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Shelburne Craft School’s historic campus is located on Harbor Road in the beautiful village of Shelburne, Vermont. A two-story former Harness Shop houses the gallery, studio store, and offices. An old railroad bunkhouse is now the home to the school’s visual art studios and hand-building room. The Wheel Throwing room was built with the help of Aileen Webb herself. Three clay studios, a 3000-square-foot woodshop, a visual arts classroom, metals and stained glass classrooms, and the gallery are sited to form a luscious courtyard. The studios are bathed in natural light and the grounds are dotted with small sculptures and a stone wall. Adirondack chairs provide a comfortable spot to rest or converse. A large pavilion shelters the firing pits. Tours of the campus are provided upon request during office hours.

Contact

The Shelburne Craft School
PO Box 52
64 Harbor Road
Shelburne, Vermont 05482

(802) 985-3648
info@theshelburnecraftschool.org

Office hours: Monday-Friday, 10AM-5PM

Administrative and Campus Staff:

Sage Tucker-Ketcham
Executive Director and Instructor in Visual Art
sage@theshelburnecraftschool.org

Wylie Sofia Garcia
Education Coordinator and Instructor in Visual Art
admin@theshelburnecraftschool.org

Rik Rolla
Clay Studio Manager and Instructor
rik@theshelburnecraftschool.org

Chris Ramos
Woodshop Manager and Instructor
chris@theshelburnecraftschool.org

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GALLERY and OFFICE

The Gallery in the Harness Shop is where visitors can find hand-made works in pottery, wood, jewelry, and stained-glass. All pieces are made on campus by students, staff, and teachers. All work is for sale. The gallery hosts thematic exhibitions quarterly that focus on a particular discipline with work by instructors and students. Proceeds from the sale of items benefit the School. To view current and past exhibits, go HERE. You can visit us in the main office to sign up for a class, request a tour or learn  more about the Shelburne Craft School.

Where to Stay

If you live outside of the Shelburne area and are coming to the Shelburne Craft School for a multi-day workshop or weekend class, we have suggestions on where to find lodging in the area. details