Explore personal ideas in clay through hand building, wheel throwing, mold making and more. Get lost in the endless possibilities of the glaze and kiln room. Take advantage of open shop hours as you hone your skills and fill your cupboards with original ceramic ware.

Design and fabricate individualized place settings, serving dishes, teapots, and vases. Employing hand-building, the potter’s wheel, plaster molds, and various kiln-firing techniques (stoneware, soda, low-fire) students are able to create pottery that is useful as well as personally expressive. Frequent demonstrations, lectures, and dialogue with the instructor enable beginners as … Read more

Start Date

09/05

Meeting Day

Thursdays

End Date

12/12

Faculty

Ben Ryterband

Time

6:30pm–10:30pm

Credits

3

This course introduces a variety of concepts and techniques used in contemporary ceramic object-making. Demonstrations and studio activities include hand building, mold making and wheel working. Each student researches and designs a series of pieces which reflect their personal interests. Projects may include work in tableware, sculpture, or designed objects. … Read more

Start Date

09/10

Meeting Day

Tuesday

End Date

12/10

Faculty

Janna Longacre

Time

6:30pm–10pm

Credits

3