Ceramics Laboratory 108 Talbot Hall
The Department of Art’s ceramics laboratory is a progressive facility, housing both wheel throwing and handbuilding work stations.
The studio and the equipment are competitive with that of graduate-level art programs.
The ceramics laboratory is divided into several areas:
- the main teaching and working studio comprised of pottery wheels and tables for handbuilding,
- work space for graduating seniors,
- a glaze mixing room,
- an electric kiln room,
- a glazing area,
- a recently constructed 1520-square-foot kiln pad enclosure and
- a separate 1200-square-foot clay mixing and clay storage building.
The ceramic laboratory includes: