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For more than 40 years the Ceramics Program has served Harvard University and the greater community with its exciting educational offerings. The Ceramics Program’s state-of-the-art facility at 224 Western Avenue is a visible and accessible part of the Allston community. The studio provides a creative learning environment for a dynamic mix of students, artists and professionals from Harvard University, greater Boston, and the international community.
The Ceramics Program provides a creative learning environment for a dynamic mix of students and professionals from the University, greater Boston, and international community.
Courses are offered over three semesters at all levels, as well as occasional events for undergraduates, like Clay All Night parties, and workshops for FAS courses and student groups. Complementing the wide range of courses are lectures, master classes, and demonstrations by visiting artists and ceramics symposia involving potters, sculptors, art historians and archaeologists from all over the world.
An expert group of instructors, independent professionals, resident and visiting artists inspire students and engage them in developing critical and technical skills for making functional and expressive vessels, figurative and abstract sculpture, tiles, and murals. Mentoring opportunities flourish from the advantage and necessity of sharing knowledge, studio space, and large kiln firings. In most media it is rare for professional artists to work alongside be
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