From Vineyard Haven: Head up-Island on State Road to West Tisbury. Bear right onto Indian Hill Road immediately after Upper Lambertâ€™s Cove Road. Take the first right onto Christiantown Road, a paved road which becomes a dirt road. Seastone Papers is the third right. Look for #53 on a tree. Bear right and follow the shared driveway to studio parking.
Getting here from off island: Travel to the island means arriving by ferry or plane. If you intend bringing a car, you need to make reservations very early. A Martha's Vineyard ferry schedule can find be found on line at www.steamshipauthority.com/. Reservations are not needed if you choose to walk onto a ferry. Air connections can be made from Boston's Logan Airport, T.F. Green Airport in Providence, New York's La Guardia, or Newark Airport.Accommodations: Registrants will be provided with a list of bed-and-breakfast and room rental accommodations.
About Martha's Vineyard: A 100 square mile island somewhat triangular in shape, Martha's Vineyard is 23 miles long and 9 miles wide. It lies seven miles in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. There are six towns on the island: Vineyard Haven, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, West Tisbury, Chilmark, and Aquinnah. Each town has a different terrain, architectural look, and feel to it. The year round population of the Island is about 15,000 swelling to over 100,000 in the summer. The first inhabitants were American Indians, and from the archeological information, they may have been on the island for some 5,000 years. The Wampanoag Tribe are present day residents of the island.