The Ceramics Facility on the Main Campus is comprised of 2 buildings and a kiln shed used for undergraduate and graduate instruction and research in Ceramics. This space works as both a classroom and studio for a range of ceramic work and processes. The facility includes a comprehensive glaze lab, a kiln shed, a general classroom/studio space with pottery wheels, a spray booth, a clay mixing area, graduate studios, and an exhibition space. This facility is found on the West Campus.


Facilities on the Main Campus include:

3 computer top load electric kilns

1 large front-load electric kiln

1 electric test kiln

1 fiber RAKU kiln

1 small cone 10 gas test kiln

72 cu. ft shuttle gas kiln

25 cu. ft cast catenary arch wood kiln

18 cu.ft mini-gama wood kiln

30 cu. ft soda kiln

18 cu.ft soda kiln

2- 18 cu.ft cone 10 reduction kilns

Forklift for heavy work.

The Ceramics facility on the Southwest Campus downtown includes several classroom/studio spaces with pottery wheels, a glaze room, a glaze lab, a spray booth, a clay mixing area, an exhibition space, and a kiln shed. This facility also serves graduate and undergraduate instruction and research in ceramics as well as the PACE community arts program. 


Facilities on Southwest Campus include:

7 computer top load electric kilns

1 electric test kiln

1 RAKU kiln

2-100 cu. ft downdraft reduction kilns

60 cu. ft. soda kiln

30 cu. ft. Bailey reduction kiln