Rediscover the Roycroft Campus
Roycroft Campus in East Aurora, NY is the best preserved and most complete complex of buildings remaining in the United States of the "guilds" that evolved as centers of craftsmanship and philosophy during the late 19th century. The Campus, designated a National Historic Landmark district (NHL) in 1986, contains nine of the original 14 structures including the Inn, the Chapel, the Print Shop, the Furniture Shop, and the Copper Shop. So come visit and discover the rebirth of the Roycroft Campus as if Elbert Hubbard and the Roycrofters never left.
Little Journey's - Roycroft Lecture Series
Sunday, September 21st, 4:00pm at the Roycroft ChapelInternational American artist Charlie Clough, whose paintings hang in over 70 museums around the world, and one of the original founders of Hallwells Center for Contemporary Art in Buffalo, will reflect on his time in Western New York, his evolution of his approach to art, and where he's heading next. There is a suggested donation of $10 per person with proceeds going to help fund future Little Journey's programs. For more information and for future guest speakers click here.
An Evening with the Master Artisans
Thursday, October 2nd, 2014, 5:30-9pm
Join us for our second annual Evening with the Roycroft Master Artisans event on Thursday, October 2nd. Guests will enjoy meeting with Roycroft Master Artisans and viewing their works, followed by dinner and a unique auction with artisan-crafted items and more. Proceeds from the event will benefit our continued efforts to preserve and restore the National Historic Landmark Campus! Purchase your individual ticket or table of eight online, or call for more information.
The Roycroft Arts & Crafts Conference
Thursday, October 2nd - Sunday, October 5th
The Roycroft Campus in East Aurora, New York is excited to be bringing back its third annual Arts and Crafts Conference this October, titled "Ruskin, Morris and Hubbard: The Arts and Crafts of the Word". Attendees will have the opportunity to be a part of many exciting and informational events including lectures from International speakers, workshops, demonstrations from Roycroft Artisans, film screenings, and an East Aurora House tour. For more information on all of the events, lectures and presenters click the 2014 Conference website.
The Roycroft Book Club - Sunday, October 26th at 4pm
Join us as we follow in the footsteps of Elbert Hubbard and immerse ourselves in the love of literature. Throughout the year we will read contemporary bestsellers, historical non-fiction, and even a little Hubbard himself culminating in a discussion at the Roycroft Power House for each book. This year’s fourth book will be Jon Meacham's Pulitzer prize winning novel “Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power”, as well as Elbert Hubbard's "Little Journeys: Homes of American Statemen: Thomas Jefferson" which you can find online here. A discussion will take place on Sunday, October 26th at 4pm. For further information and future books visit our webpage at Roycroft Book Club.
Roycroft Campus Tour Season
The Roycroft Campus tour season is in full swing. Docent lead tours will happen on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. We have also added a few more tours to our schedule including an Audio Tour and a 2-hour Indepth Tour. For more information including times and descriptions of tours click on Roycroft Campus Tours. Please call the Roycroft Copper Shop (716) 655-0261 to make reservations.
Join the Roycroft Campus on a "Little Journey" down south for the 28th annual Arts & Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. We will be leaving the Campus by bus on thursday, February 19th and returning on Monday, February 23rd. The package includes transportation, 4 nights stay at the beautiful Grove Park Inn and a Conference Pass to the Arts & Crafts Conference. For more information on the trip package click on 2015 Grove Park Trip Registration Form. For more information on the Conference click here.
Support the Roycroft Campus!
The Roycroft Campus Corporation relies on the generosity of the community to continue restoring the historic Arts & Crafts Campus and to inspire visitors for generations to come.
Check out our recently updated membership benefits.
To make a general donation, click here.
In addition to the many individuals, foundations, and companies that support us, we are grateful for the support of Erie County and the New York State Council on the Arts.