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The ceramic program has state of the art, custom built, fully computerized high fire Blauuw Kilns made in Holland.

Students have the possibility to explore a variety of pursuits in clay. They can choose to work large scale, small scale, hand build, wheel work, or extrude. They can fire their work at high temperature, low temperature, or mid temperature. Explorations with multimedia, new media, and cross disciplinary pursuits are all encouraged.

Equipment in the clay program:

  • 50 cubic ft Blauuw high fire computerized kiln
  • 30 cubic ft Blauuw high fire computerized kiln
  • 10 computerized electric kilns
  • laptop for glaze calculation and research
  • hydraulic extruder
  • 25 Lockerbie wheels
  • digital scales

Faculty Teaching in Clay:

Marisa Recchia

See the Student Works area of the site for examples.

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