Campus News

Classes begin in new ceramics building

Art professor Ted Saupe (left) teaches beginning and intermediate wheel throwing on the first day of classes Nov. 8 in the newly opened ceramics building, located at 190 River Road. The 15,500 square-foot building features indoor and outdoor kilns, both undergraduate and graduate studios, faculty studios, classrooms, lecture space, a glaze calculation room with spray booth, a computer lab and a clay mixing and storage room. The building features operable windows and central corridors large enough to accommodate a forklift and the volume of clay and glazing material required by the discipline. (Photo by Sara Freeland)