Syracuse Ceramics

 

The Ceramics Program at Syracuse University's School of Art offers excellent facilities for both undergraduate and graduate studies. The Everson Museum of art with its extensive holdings in American Ceramics is nearby. A little further and you can visit museums and galleries in NYC, Mass, Philadelphia and Toronto. We currently send students to China and India as well as the Chautauqua Institute and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts.

Anagama Kiln
Anagama Kiln

Built by Jim Brashear and Ron DeRutte in 1996. Rebuilt by Simon Levin, Rpn and myself in 2004. Nicknamed "Narrowgama" by Simon. Racing flames courtesy of Ron. Fires once a semester.

Ann Cofer, MFA student "Daily Toil" Detail

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Anagama Kiln
Anagama Kiln

Built by Jim Brashear and Ron DeRutte in 1996. Rebuilt by Simon Levin, Rpn and myself in 2004. Nicknamed "Narrowgama" by Simon. Racing flames courtesy of Ron. Fires once a semester.

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