We offer 3 levels of ceramics classes in our recently renovated 4,000 square foot studio. Our curriculum spans a wide range of interests exploring forming techniques using the potter's wheel and hand building methods. Students work with a variety of surface decorating techniques with slips and glazes.
We have 20 Robert Brent electric wheels, 2 large Robert Brent slab rollers, and 2 Scott Creek extruders, along with a host of other hand tools. We mix our own white stoneware, brown stoneware and red earthenware clays, as well as our 18 studio glazes. We fire at cone 04 and cone 6 oxidation and reduction. We are well equipped with 9 electric kilns, 1 gas kiln and 3 Raku kilns. Our non-lending library has nearly 100 books and over 30 years of ceramics magazines.
In addition to the classes, the AACC Ceramics Club is one of the many Student Association activities that supports student learning and social activities with visiting artist workshops and a Holiday Ceramics Sale.
CRYSTAL GLAZE WORKSHOP
The AACC Ceramics Club will be hosting a lecture and demonstration on crystal glazing with visiting artist Bill Schran.
Friday, March 28
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Ceramics Studio, Careers Center, Room 120
Both the lecture and demo are open to all students, faculty and staff
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