The Ceramics area is housed on the ground floor of the Hulsey Center from the Arts and Humanities (room 106). The specialization covers all aspects of the ceramic medium including hand-building, slip casting, mold making, wheel-throwing, kiln firing, and construction, clay making and glaze formulation. Courses are offered in both ceramic sculpture and wheel thrown ceramic. Clay-making facilities exist for the formulation of a variety of clay bodies. Kiln facilities exist for oxidation, reduction, salt, raku, and primitive sawdust fittings. Internships are available with local artists for upper level students. Student produce works in a broad spectrum of aesthetic genre from small objects to large-scale installations.
For more information contact: James Rodger Alexander at firstname.lastname@example.org