Studio Facilities

Our studios and workshops combine old and new ways of making.


Here, you’ll learn to throw clay, work with fibers, build furniture, paint murals, create installations, and more. Our facilities include:

Drawing & Painting

  • Acrylic, watercolor, and gouache paints
  • Graphite, charcoal, and ink
  • Conté, chalks, and pastel
  • Traditional and non-traditional brushes
  • Storage for individual students
  • Digital drawing

Sculpture & Fibers

  • Tools for carving and turning wood
  • Dremel tools, jigsaws, power drills, and sanders
  • Hand tools for wire work, model making, soft and rigid sculpture
  • Sewing machines
  • Felting, needlework, and embroidery
  • Knitting and crochet
Fiber art in a wooden hoop
Fiber work by student Aspen Stampfer


  • Two Skutt Electric Kilns, firing to cone 10
  • Manual and electronic firing capabilities
  • Slab roller
  • Manual extruder
  • Mold making facilities
  • Extensive underglaze and high fire glaze sections
Student working on the potter's wheel
Ceramics Studio

Scene Shop

  • 10” Table saw
  • Delta 14” bandsaw
  • Dewalt 20” scroll saw
  • Two sliding miter saws 
  • A belt sander, drill press, and planer
  • Legacy Maverick CNC machine
  • Routers, circular saws, drills, drivers, and joiners
Student working in the scene shop
Student sculptor Tyler Flaningham works in the Scene Shop.