The Undergraduate ceramics program is housed next to sculpture on the ground floor of the Fine Arts Building. Students taking classes in ceramics have access to glaze mixing, plaster mold making, a slab roller, extruder, 16 electric wheels, a spray booth, and digital electric kilns. We have a Critique/Seminar Room for looking at artwork and viewing presentations, as well as the Launch Pad Gallery inside the front entry. There is access to a laser cutter and to other digital processes through the Fab Lab. Clay mixing and specialty atmospheric raku and soda kilns are located off campus at the Carnaghi Arts Building (CAB) for community firings of student work.


To view and schedule on the kiln calendar or the critique room calendar, please click here.

Ceramic Lab Technician & Manager: Gregg Matthews


Notice anything wrong with the facilities or tech in the ceramics area and can’t find a monitor?  Please visit https://support.cfa.fsu.edu to report any non-emergency problems.


Useful Guides for the Studio

Ceramics @ FAB: Safety Procedure and Studio Guide
FAB Bailey Gas Kiln: How to Guide!
Ceramics @ CAB-MFA Ceramics: Studio Guide
Plaster Mold Making Guide