||The NVC Ceramics building opened in the fall of 2009. The new studios have natural light, good ventilation and house ceramics, sculpture and three dimensional design. Students have access to three large electric kilns, two high fire gas kilns, a Japanese anagama style wood kiln, a salt kiln and a two raku kilns. We also have numerous potters’ wheels, and dedicated areas for mold making and glazing.
In this program, students will gain a clear understanding of the ceramics process and historical significance and use time honored practices and new techniques to create ceramic objects.
For more information on the ceramics program please contact Rhue Bruggeman: firstname.lastname@example.org