Our core curriculum in ceramics includes 5-week introductory classes in wheel throwing and handbuilding. Students are able to continue their studies in intermediate courses, alongside special topic classes and workshops exploring surface techniques, glazing, raku, mold-making, and more.
View current ceramics class and workshop options by clicking here. Private lessons and group workshops/demonstrations are also available. Find GoggleWorks ceramics resources at this link.
Open Studio / Studio Passport
Monitored open studio hours are offered approximately 12 hours per week. All students enrolled in courses 5-weeks and longer have access to open studio hours outside of class for the duration of their enrollment. For those with a basic knowledge of ceramics and a wish to work at their own pace, access to open studio hours is available through our studio passport program.
Passport Information and Details
Rent Studio Time
For those looking to explore and expand their personal work independently, daily and monthly rentals are available.
Studio Renters Information and Details
Ben DeMott, ceramic studio manager
Located in Building 3, our Ceramic Studio offers 2,200 square feet of communal teaching and working space.
- 11 electric wheels
- 1 kick wheel
- slab roller
- 30 cu. ft. Bailey Gas Downdraft Kiln
- 2 electric kilns
- electric test kiln
- 2 raku kilns
- spray booth
- raw materials room (fully stocked)
Experience our space digitally
Click the box in the upper right hand corner to view in full screen.