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Catskill Made tells the stories of the region’s rural artists. By becoming a member, you’ll be supporting the vibrant arts community of the Catskills, join us in workshops and events around the region, access all of our archived issues, and enjoy the benefits of great company.

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Annual membership starts at $10.

Get affiliated with the arts community and enjoy the benefits of good company.

    Unlock everything.

    Get members-only access to archived issues for an entire year.

    Ain't no party like a Catskills party.

    Receive special invitations, discounts, and early registration to workshops and events from all around the region.

    Locally sourced.

    We’re working with small businesses to get our members discounts, giveaways, and more.

    Give back to the community.

    Be an integral part of a movement that rewards independent artists.

Only $10.00

Let's put that price into perspective.

    That’s 5 cups of coffee.

    Make your next pot of coffee at home and support the Catskills arts community.

    That’s 3.5 miles in a New York City Yellow Cab.

    Bike instead and support the Catskills arts community.

    That’s less than half the cost of a day at the Guggenheim.

    One day at a museum or one year supporting the Catskills arts community.

That IS a great value. Sign me up.

What’s so special about Catskill Made anyway?

Catskill Made is a digital journal of artists and makers in the Catskills created and run by a small, independent group of local creatives. Our primary aim is to explore the creative environment in all its forms, examining how the rural lifestyle affects artists, artwork, and the art-making process. Our secondary goal is to document that lifestyle and those artists in a publication as beautiful as the region itself.

We publish interviews, feature articles, personal essays, photo essays, art and illustration, poetry, and more. All contributors to Catskill Made are paid for their work, and we strive to feature and publish a diverse collection of writers and artists, including outsider artists and craftspeople.