Ceramics Studios

The UD ceramics studios are sizeable and feature industry-standard air filtration systems throughout. Graduate students have large separate studios, and the main classrooms include adjoining home studio space for advanced undergradate students. There is a plaster room shared with the sculpture studios.

  • Kiln room: 2 down-draft kilns with forced air burners (both 59 cu. ft.), 10 top-loading electric kilns (including one 16.5 cu. ft.), 2 test kilns, a selection of portable gas raku and salt kilns.
  • Studio classroom: ample hand-building areas and accommodations for large-scale work, 18+ electric wheels, 2 slab rollers, pneumatic and manual extruders.
  • Raw materials/clay-mixing room: raw material storage, 2 clay mixers, pugmill, and large-capacity scales.
  • Glaze room: stainless workstables, 2 spray booths, ball mill, digital scale, and fully-stocked chemical closet.