The ceramics program offers a diverse approach to materials and processes with an emphasis on creative thinking and individual artistic growth. Students are exposed to the rich history of ceramic art and are expected to achieve excellence in aesthetics, concept, craftsmanship, and professionalism while developing their unique artistic voice.

The main ceramics studio is located in the Fine Arts Building and is well equipped with clay mixing facility and glaze lab that is fully stocked with a complete inventory of raw materials. Atmospheric kilns are located across campus at the Marx Building while semi-private graduate studios are located at Bingham Commons.

Studio Equipment:
3 Kickwheels
15 Electric Wheels
Pneumatic Extruder
Soldner Clay Mixer
Bluebird Clay Mixer
Peter Pugger De-airing Pugmill
Log Splitter
Brick Saw
2 Updraft Gas Kilns
2 Small Electric Test Kilns
Downdraft Car Kiln
Crossdraft Wood Kiln
Anagama Wood Kiln
Crossdraft Soda Kiln
Crossdraft Soda test Kiln
6 Large Electric Kilns
Fully Stocked Glaze Material Room w/ Spray Booths
Clay Mixing Room
Glazing Room

Ceramics Faculty

A120 Fine Arts Building
Associate Professor
A120 Fine Arts Building