We're sorry, but this course is over. The last meeting was Monday, June 13, 2022.
Ceramics Foundations/All Levels
Instructor: Tracey Priska Experience working with clay using basic foundations through an exploration of
techniques; learn practical methods of ceramic arts such as wheel throwing,
hand-building, decoration and glazing. Electric kiln-firing will be available and each
person will be working at his or her own level with the guidance of the instructor.
1104.53.02.22 All Levels
Mondays, April 4 – June 13
No Class May 30
12:30 – 3:30 pm, 10 sessions
$278 Members, $318 Guests, $55 Materials Fee
Ceramics Studio Policies
Ceramics students are required to follow all department policies regarding safety and
health standards including:
• Masks are strongly recommended when in BBAC facility, and in some
• Following sign up procedures and attendance guidelines for Open Studio times
Ceramics Open Studio Information - No Instruction
Open Studio time is available for students currently registered for a ceramics class of
12 hours or more. Dates and times are available for sign up through ceramic technician,
Laura Ryan, during the first week of classes. All students will have to rotate open studio
time since there is an 10-student maximum per class. Open studios are not intended to
take the place of a production studio and are intended to further the education experience.
Only work made at BBAC using clay from BBAC, can be glazed and fired at BBAC.
Purchasing Clay at the BBAC
One 25 lb. bag of clay is included with your class. BBAC offers the service of
purchasing additional clay (one bag at a time) and can be purchased at the beginning
of your class time.
• Limit is three, 25 lb. bags per term
• Each 25 lb. bag of Wheat Stone is $17
• Each 25 lb. bag of Porcelain is $20
Basic Materials to bring to class:
- Basic Pottery Tool Kit (sold on Amazon.com, Michael's or Green's)
- Apron (or wear something that can get dirty)
- Small plastic bucket
- Dust mask
Studio 9/Ceramics at BBAC Campus