The ceramics area, located in Richards Hall, includes an indoor electric kiln room, a covered outdoor kiln pad, a glaze mixing kitchen, a well-ventilatedclay mixing room and an organized tool storage area. Classes are held in spacious hand-building and wheel-throwing facilities with dedicated space for both advanced undergraduate and graduate student studios.
Graduate studios are 300-400 square feet and are semi-private (two students per). Students compete for private studios in their third (final) year.
- 14 electric kilns (5 computerized) ranging in size from test to large oval
- 10 gas kilns, (2 soda, 1 salt) ranging in size from 5 to 100 cubic feet
- 1 wood kiln
- 2 clay mixers
- de-airing pug mill for porcelain
- 36” slab roller
- 2 extruders
- arc welder
- tile saw
- hand tools
- log splitter
- hydraulic hand truck
Learn more about Ceramics in the School of Art, Art History and Design