on attending our Fall 2022 Convention for a Wallace Nutting getaway
in the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York State!
The Radisson is positioned in the heart of Corning and within
walking distance to historic Market Street, which features many
shops and restaurants, as well as the Corning Museum of Glass
and other famous landmarks.
us for lots of fun, camaraderie, buying & selling, and celebrating
being together at an in-person convention for the first time in
Our schedule will vary somewhat this year where we'll kick things
off with having our annual Club Dinner on Thursday evening. Plan
to meet up with fellow members for catching up and cocktails,
and then having dinner at the hotel (see full entree choices below).
Staying in this location provides convenience and an easy transition
without additional travel.
Friday morning Marketplace will offer lots of buying and selling
opportunities, where there will be new finds and deals to be had.
And then we have some excellent presentations lined up, which
are detailed on agenda below.
Friday afternoon we plan to go the Corning Museum of Glass for
lunch in their Café and then touring the museum. In addition
to viewing all their amazing glass collections, there are Hot
Glass & Flame-working demonstrations, plus you can even make
your own glass. This is entirely optional and there are also many
more things to see and do in this lovely area, inclusive of the
Rockwell Museum (a Smithsonian affiliate) plus taking in all the
lakes, waterfalls and wineries! Scroll down to see list
of suggestions below the agenda.
website, choose your dates and occupancy.
the "Special Rates" dropdown menu choose "Promotional
Code" and type in "WNCC" for our discounted rate
($139+ tax for 1-king or 2-queen beds).
call the hotel directly: 607-962-5000. Mention "Wallace
Nutting Collectors Club Group Rate" when reserving.
call the Radisson Hotels Worldwide Central Reservation office:
800-333-3333. Request the Corning NY property and the same group
anyone would like to extend their stay in this area, the hotel
has also provided the $139/night (+ tax) rate for our group from
Wednesday, 9/21 through Saturday night, 9/24 (pending availability).
discounted room block is being held until August 24, 2022. Free
cancellation up to 2 days prior to arrival date and by 6:00 PM
for the 2022 Convention
Convention Registration; Exhibitor Table; and/or
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can edit if need be) and then make one payment for everything. Following
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are the dinner options that are available and shown on the registration
form. Each entree includes a mixed green salad, dessert and non-alcoholic
beverages such as coffee and tea. Soda and alcoholic beverages are available
at an additional charge.
Parmesan, served with Pasta & Fresh Season Vegetable ($28)
Plank Salmon w/ Sundried Tomato Butter, served w/ Rice Pilaf &
Fresh Season Vegetable ($35)
Cheese Tortellini with Roasted Vegetables and Creamy Parmesan Garlic
2022 Convention Agenda
(possible subject to change)
(located in the Carder Room)
- 6:00 PM
Member gathering for "catch-up & cocktails"
- 7:30 PM
at the Radisson
- 9:30 PM
Gathering with a fun & informal "Show &
(located in the Carder Room)
- 7:30 AM
Nutting & Nutting-Like Marketplace - Exhibitor set-up
- 9:30 AM
Nutting & Nutting-Like Marketplace
(tables will remain set up throughout the morning)
- 9:45 AM
- 10:20 AM
of Finger Lakes Hand Colored Photography"
by Jan Liberatore
Jan will give a presentation and exhibit of hand-colored
photography of the Finger Lakes area including Wallace
Nutting, Charles Sawyer, W.J. Harris, C.A. Payne, Burnell,
and Woodward. Jan will also talk about area attractions
that you will want to visit while you're visiting the
- 10:55 AM
"Expanding the Appeal of Other Early 20th
Century Hand-Colored Photography"
Led by Scott Jones, Sharon Lacasse & Diane Thompson-Naylor
Our Wallace Nutting club expands to new frontiers,
by discussing hand tinted photography from east to
west; come prepared to discuss your favorite photographers
and their contemporaries.
- 11:30 AM
"Ways to Better Promote our Club &
Round Table Talk led by Tieler Niedzwiecki, Jim Eckert
& Mike Ivankovich. We welcome all suggestions
in this discussion!
group of us plan to go the Corning Museum of Glass for
lunch in their Café and then touring the museum
on our own. In addition to viewing all their amazing
glass collections, there are Hot Glass & Flame-working
demonstrations, plus you can even make your own glass.
This is entirely optional. Scroll down for more things
to see and do in the area.
5:00 PM Dinner
staying over on Friday night, meet for an informal meal
at Sorge's, an Italian/American restaurant, and less
than a mile from the Radisson on Market Street.
Other Local and Surrounding Area Highlights and Suggestions
whether you're interested in museums and historic
visits, shopping, taking in the
beautiful lakes & countryside, hiking, visiting
wineries, etc...there's something for everyone!!
Local Highlights and Suggestions:
walking distance to the hotel are many restaurants
and shops, including the famous Corning
Museum of Glass and the Rockwell
Museum of Western Art.
the nearby wineries
of the Finger Lakes.
special interest too are Montour Falls, Aunt Sarah's
Falls, and Watkins
Glen Gorge State Park.
Glen and Seneca Lake are approximately 30 minutes
can stand in the same spots that Wallace Nutting
stood to take pictures that are shown in New York
Beautiful and were also marketed as hand-colored
where Charles Sawyer took quite a few popular photos
in the Finger Lakes Region including pictures in
Watkins Glen, Seneca Lake, Cayuga Lake, and Ithaca
just to name a few.
J. Harris had an office in nearby Penn Yan, NY on
Keuka Lake and did many real photo postcards and
hand-colored photographs of the Finger Lakes Region