Ceramics Faculty

          Charles Johnson
          Office: Centennial Hall, 213
          Phone: (814) 732-2297
          Email: cjohnson@edinboro.edu

          Lee Rexrode
          Office: East Hall, 111
          Phone: (814) 732-2309
          Email: lrexrode@edinboro.edu

          Ceramics



          Student throwing clay

          Ceramics students learn hand-building and wheel-throwing techniques, kiln firing procedures, glaze and claybody chemistry, moldmaking, and other processes. Special courses are offered in craft-business practices, glaze calculation and kiln-building. This comprehensive program offers all methods of firing, using approximately 20 kilns of various sizes.

          Housed in a new facility, both the BFA and MFA programs challenge students to develop their own artistic direction. Advanced and graduate classes encourage group discussion on contemporary issues and emphasize individual critiques of students' work. Visiting artists are invited on campus through the activities of the Clay Club, which raises the necessary funds by selling their artwork.

          Additionally, students participate in field trips and attend a national ceramics conference each year. Graduates of this program teach, work in industry, become production potters or work as studio artists.

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          Majors & Programs

          Bachelor's
          Program
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          Graduate
          Program
          Curriculum
          Fine Arts
          Master of Fine Arts
          Concentration Code: 8596
          Department: Art

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          Minors
          Program
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          Ceramics Minor
          Minor
          Program Number: 1031
          Department: Art
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