ARtist Housing at Marble House Project
The stone mansion was built around 1815 with subsequent additions in 1908 and 1925. The original house was quarried from the property and later additions incorporated Danby marble to its facade. At approximately 8,000 square feet, the mansion houses the artists during their stay at Marble House Project. The house is equipped with 8 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 2 half baths, two large living rooms and a dining room that can seat 22 people. The home also has an office/library dedicated to artists and a dance/performance studio which is utilized year round. The house and grounds are on the National Register of Historic Places.
Stickley is divided into two living spaces. The larger side of Stickley houses our volunteers and interns and is equipped with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, dining room and living room , Stickley is located across the street from Marble House Project.
The smaller side of stickley functions as a guest space for visiting alumni, curators and other visitors to Marble House Project. With a separate entrance, the apartment at Stickley has one bedroom, a full kitchen, living room with working fireplace and a pull out sofa.