Marlboro Studio School announces spring workshops and classes

The Marlboro Studio School is enrolling for its third term of studio classes beginning this April on the 500+ acre Potash Hill campus on South Road. Spring 2024 course offerings include week-long workshops and multi-week studio classes.

The School began offering studio classes in the spring of 2023 in the visual arts facilities of the former Marlboro College. In response to positive feedback, the Marlboro Studio School has increased the number of courses, widened the breadth of media offered in studio classes, and added a variety of workshops for spring 2024.

Multi-week community studio class offerings include several ceramics classes using both handbuilding and wheel-throwing for students of all levels, led by Marlboro Studio School director and ceramic artist David Eichelberger.

One-week artist-led workshops will provide the opportunity for intensive study in Greenwood chair making with Gina Siepel; wax carving and lost wax metalcasting with (1)Vanessa Graham and Will Nevins-Alderfer, and a weekend intensive botanical contact printing with Hilary Baker.

Workshops will take advantage of both the purpose-built studio spaces and the surrounding natural area of the Potash Hill campus.

More information about classes, workshops, and enrollment can be found at For updates about Marlboro Studio School programs and courses delivered to your email inbox, subscribe to their email list at

This Arts item was submitted to The Commons.

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