Enjoy the artistic legacy that is that is the hallmark of Weir Farm. Or Take Part in Art by creating your own artwork in a place that has inspired thousands of painters for more than 130 years.
Take Part in ArtWe invite you to create art at Weir Farm 365 days a year. Bring your own art supplies or pick up a set of free-to-use art supplies from the visitor center porch on days the visitor center is open. (Please note that to keep staff and visitors safe and healthy, the park is currently not loaning out supplies. Check back for updates.)
Follow the Painting Sites GuideWalk in the footsteps of great American artists. Pick up this self-guided tour to see dozens of historic painting sites at the park.
View Original ArtSee masterpieces created by the Weir, Young, and Andrews family artists in the Weir House, Weir Studio, and Young Studio. You can also see contemporary art at the Burlingham House Visitor Center Gallery. Check the Basic Information Page or Current Conditions page to find out what is currently open and available. You can also view images of Weir Farm art online in our virtual exhibits and galleries!
Register for an Art Class including Impressionist Painting WorkshopsJoin Master Instructor Dmitri Wright for one or two-day workshops to learn about the art and poetry of Impressionist painting. Tailored for beginners, advanced artists, and teens, these free workshops fill quickly. The Park also offers a variety of other art programs. Check out the Calendar for upcoming events, or sign up for our e-news list to receive program information. To be added, call 203-834-1896 and ask a Park Ranger to add you to our email mailing list.
Become an Artist-in-ResidenceVisual artists are encouraged to apply for a month-long residency, living and working in the place that has inspired generations of artists. Applications are due November 1 for the following year. Learn more and apply.
Join the Fun at the Art in the Park Annual Festival, 2021 Date TBDThis free annual event celebrates the creativity inspired by Weir Farm. Enjoy demonstrations, activity stations, free-to-use art supplies, refreshments, music, and more! (Please note that the 2020 festival was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Art Contest was held virtually, which was a huge success! Check back this summer for information on submitting work to the 2021 Art in the Park Contest.)
Last updated: March 22, 2021