The following organizations work collaboratively to plan and execute The Garden of Fire, building the capacity, depth and integration of art and science for programs serving at-risk youth in Steuben County.
171 Cedar Arts Center
171 Cedar Arts Center is a dynamic organization which enriches the community by offering excellent arts instruction, exhibiting today’s artists and presenting live performances.
The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes
The mission of The ARTS Council is to enhance the cultural arts in the communities we serve by acting as an advocate and catalyst to increase participation, advance collaboration and optimize resources. As a multi-county arts organization, The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes provides a number of services in order to fulfill this mission.
CareFirst serves families throughout Chemung, Schuyler, and Steuben counties. The mission of CareFirst is “Affirming life through extraordinary, compassionate support and care for the seriously ill and grieving.” CareFirst offers hospice, palliative care, grief services and educational programs.
The Rockwell Museum
The Rockwell Museum collection tells the story of the American experience through a display of stunning art about America. The diverse collection includes a mix of contemporary Native American art with traditional bronze sculptures, landscape paintings and other works that embody America. Housed in the beautifully restored 19th century Old City Hall building, The Rockwell is active in the local community and holds special events and educational programming with area public schools.
Tanglewood Nature Center
The mission of Tanglewood Nature Center is to lead and support education and preservation efforts in our region to achieve a heightened awareness, understanding, enjoyment, and caring for our natural environment. The Nature Center strives to fulfill this mission everyday by maintaining over ten miles of trails, offering educational programming for children and adults, providing homes in our exhibits for more than 40 native and exotic animals, and welcoming over 30,000 visitors a year.