The ceramics concentration supports students’ development of the skills, knowledge, and personal direction necessary for professional artists. The curriculum addresses the importance of technical information and skill and requires rigorous ideation and critique. Facilities and studios accommodate all aspects of ceramics processes and maximize the benefits of community-based learning. The curriculum teaches a broad array of techniques including hand building, wheel throwing, mold making and casting, kiln design and construction, clay and glaze chemistry, individual research, and senior exhibition. Glaze and clay technology, business practices, installation, individual research, photography of work, and professional portfolio preparation are covered throughout the coursework.


Jacqueline Elizabeth Hobbs (and a concentration in Metal Design, BFA Art Education)
Cheyenne Jordan Saieed


Jim Tisnado, MFA
Amy McIntyre, MFA
Seo Eo, MFA