Studio Art - Ceramics
The Studio Art concentration in Ceramics allows for a wide range of mediums including: stoneware, raku, porcelain and earthenware. Construction methods include hand building, mold making and wheel-throwing, designed to provide opportunities for in-class projects as well as individual explorations.
The large ceramic studio is equipped with:
- Fifteen electric wheels, wedging tables, slab rollers, and extruders for all stages of ceramic production from mixing clay to formulating glazes
- An impressive six different ceramic kilns including raku, reduction, electric, soda and wood fire
- A separate glazing area and numerous small hand tools.
- Exhaust hoods and proper ventilation make this studio ideal for all kinds of clay production and experimentation.
Courses in the concentration:
- Advanced Ceramics (4) courses
- Advanced Sculpture (4) courses