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Marlboro Studio School October Week-Long Workshops
October 8 - October 14
Gel Plate Printing with Holly Hughes
Wax Carving and Lost Wax Metal Casting with Anna Bario, Vanessa Graham, and Will Nevins-Alderfer
Slip Cast Ceramics with David Eichelberge
Marlboro Studio School one-week artist-led residential workshops offer intensive study and cross-pollination across three subjects through residential life on the 500+ acre Potash Hill campus on South Road in Marlboro, VT. Workshops include Gel Plate Printing with Holly Hughes; Wax Carving and Lost Wax Metal Casting with Anna Bario, Vanessa Graham, and Will Nevins-Alderfer; and Slip Cast Ceramics with Marlboro Studio School founder David Eichelberger.
The Marlboro Studio School is a newly developing art center with established facilities that offers hands-on instruction to all levels of students in a variety of craft and fine art media, with a focus on ecologically sound, environmentally friendly techniques and processes. Marlboro Studio School spaces include a fully outfitted ceramics studio, a multi-media sculpture studio, a painting studio, and other multipurpose flexible work and stay spaces.
Students enrolled in Marlboro Studio School’s inaugural week-long residential workshops will reside in Potash Hill residence halls, enjoy fresh meals in the dining hall managed by the Brattleboro Food Co-Op, and engage in social events on campus. The days will be filled with studio instruction and independent work time in Marlboro Studio School’s purpose-built studio spaces. Students can expect a comfortable, intimate experience.