The Ceramics program is taught in the recently constructed Arts Annex Addition. The Ceramics facility was designed to accommodate a variety of ceramic making techniques including wheel throwing and hand building. The facility provides interior studio space and an outdoor kiln yard with electric and gas fired kilns. The studio was designed to address health and safety concerns, and to facilitate the processes involved in making ceramic work.
During the academic year, courses are offered in Wheel Throwing and Hand Building. Students are introduced to the process of making ceramics beginning with clay body composition through procedures for firing kilns and glazing techniques and formulas.
CLICK HERE to view PDF of CAEA Presentation: Unlikely Combinations with Clay