The Ceramics Studio is located towards the back of the Arts Annex building, between the first and second stories, adjacent to Lab II. Ceramics at Evergreen introduces students to a range of possibilities for working in clay. A sequence of courses is offered throughout the year as part of Evening and Weekend Studies which provide basic skills instruction in a variety of applications from sculptural to functional, working with high and low fire clay bodies. The area also provides intermediate to advanced study opportunities through visual arts faculty sponsored programs, or contracts in communal or individual studios.
The ceramics studio is equipped with both electric and kick potter’s wheels, three gas and four electric kilns, a slab roller, clay mixer, and other specialized tools available for ceramic student use. Questions about the Ceramics studio can be directed to the instructional and classroom support technician Bruce Thompson.