Marlboro Studio School
The Marlboro Studio School is a new, non-degree offering institution focused on supporting artists at every stage of their careers. Directed by former Marlboro College professor David Eichelberger, the School launched studio classes on Potash Hill in spring 2023.
Planned programs include community classes in a variety of media and formats, residential workshops taught by visiting instructors, and long- and short-term artist residencies. As a residential craft school, the Marlboro Studio School invites students from across the country to stay on campus and immerse themselves in a studio experience to learn, develop, and refine their skills.
Studio School Director David Eichelberger is a nationally-recognized ceramic artist and former Penland School of Craft Resident Artist. He is an accomplished professor and workshop instructor who, in coordination with Potash Hill, strives to cultivate a thriving and productive atmosphere on campus that provides a welcoming environment to every interested student, and that provides cultural enrichment and opportunities for the Marlboro community.
The Studio School is based in the Visual Arts Center. For more information and to sign up for classes, visit marlborostudioschool.org.