Chester Springs Studio, a vibrant arts center, was founded in 1978 as an offshoot of Historic Yellow Springs. The Studio grew in reputation as a nationally known home for the visual arts, particularly in the areas of painting and ceramics. In 2007, the art studio formally became part of Historic Yellow Springs through an institutional merger that unified the village, and formed the basis for an innovative mix of art and history classes, workshops and exhibits. Today, Chester Springs Studio continues as an artistic epicenter in northern Chester County. The Studio’s dedicated faculty members bring experience and excitement to intimate classroom settings. Workshops led by visiting artists expand students’ horizons.
Members of Historic Yellow Springs receive discounts on art classes and workshops
Pottery classes and workshops include studies in:
Art classes and workshops include studies in:
Teen and Kids classes and summer program have offered:
Most of the ceramic and fine art classes at Historic Yellow Springs are held in Chester Springs Studio. The Ceramic Studio is downstairs and the Fine Art Studio (also known as Barn Studio) is at the main level. Some workshops and classes are also held in the Lincoln Building (across the street).
Chester Springs Studio at Historic Yellow Springs
1668 Art School Rd
Chester Springs, PA 19425
View map and directions to Historic Yellow Springs
Questions? Email Cher Pizzi, Studio Program Manager.
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Historic Yellow Springs is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Organization.
Chester Springs Studio receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.