Here's a 3 minute peek of life at the Woodstock School of Art. The WSA is a small, atelier style art school incorporated as a not-for-profit educational institution in the State of NY. The bluestone and timber buildings were originally constructed in 1939, as part of FDR's Works Progress Administration/National Youth Administration as a school for teaching crafts to young people during the Great Depression. In 1947, the buildings were taken over for use as the summer campus of the Arts Students League of NY, who remained until 1979. Today, the WSA hosts some 500 students of all ages and abilities each year. There are no entrance requirements nor previous experience in fine art needed. Enrollment is open. Scholarships are available for adults and teens.