I don’t have a studio use for it, but if no one else does either,
depending on where you live, you may be able to Freecycle it.
Nothing wrong with Goodwill, but Freecycle is more direct and IMO
more fun. Here in the Chicago burbs, Freecycle is incredibly active–
you post things you want to give away and people email you and come
get them. It’s a great feeling. I sold my defunct minivan for
salvage, but first I gave various people the spare, one of the
wheels, one of the removable back seats, and a rear view mirror,
without affecting the price I got for the salvage. I just received a
huge rock tumbler I want to play with, and you can ask for things,
too-- I got a memory foam pillow that seems to be helping my back.
So check in your area and see if there is a Freecycle community.
Consider starting one! Think of all the stuff it keeps out of