Forge Project is staffed by a dedicated but small team, and is only open to the general public during public events and community days.

We offer private two-hour tours on Fridays, February through November for groups of up to twelve people. Tours typically include a conversation, overview of our core programs and areas of focus, as well as a tour of the common spaces and art collection works on view. Register here.

Forge Project charges a fee for site visits, which is inclusive not only of the time, expertise, and hosting shared by program contributors and Forge staff but also an equal contribution to Stockbridge-Munsee Community toward building their new Cultural Center as a tangible recognition of our responsibility to Moh-He-Con-Nuck peoples and homelands.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Forge is always open by appointment for Native community members and Indigenous cultural workers; please email us at [email protected].

  • Forge Project is located on the unceded homelands of the Muh-he-con-ne-ok in the Mahicannituck (Hudson River) Valley, in New York state. For the safety of staff and residents, we are not making the exact address public at this time. Please note: Forge Project is only accessible by car.

  • Forge Project is not currently fully ADA accessible, but the first floor of the main building is accessible to those capable of using or being assisted up a ramp and has a paved ADA accessible parking space. Forge Project is actively working to increase all kinds of accessibility, including physical, in the expansion of our space.