The Arts at Still Pond Station is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and expanding the arts community of Kent County. The board of directors includes local artists representing the Chestertown Arts League and Artworks, directors of the youth programs at Echo Hill Outdoor School and Camp Tockwogh, and director of Kent County Parks and Recreation, Jeff Troester. The program is designed to be financially self-sustaining. Revenues from studio leases, classes, grants, and commissions from the sale of artwork will be allocated to building repairs and improvements, maintenance, utilities, and administrative costs.
The station's first tenants are the Artworks Clay Studio, which includes a number of talented local potters who incorporate a variety of styles and techniques and who have conducted popular workshops and educational programs for all age groups. The well-equipped clay studio will provide pottery wheels and kilns and will be situated in what had been a maintenance bay. With cement floors, massive retracting doors, high ceilings and solid masonry construction, the large space is perfectly suited for a clay studio.