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MFA: Ceramics Facilities

Superlative facilities support the creative research of the Texas Tech University ceramics student. Students are encouraged to research functional ceramics, figurative ceramics, sculptural ceramics, interdisciplinary approaches to art with clay, and any possible thing they are open to investigating.

Facilities:

2 - large classroom spaces, and a technology room for ceramics
3 - Wood Kilns
1 - 50 cu. ft. Cross-Draft Soda Kiln
1 - 50 cu. ft. Salt Kiln
1 - 50 cu. ft. Saggar Kiln
2 - Raku Kilns
3 - 30 cu. ft. Gas Kilns
12 - Electric Kilns of various sizes
3 - Geil Down Draft Kilns
1 - 54 cu.ft. Geil Shuttle Kiln
8 - Electric Test Kilns
1 - 12 cu. ft. Gas Test Kiln
2 - 27-Ton Log Splitter
2 - Blue Bird Mixers
2 - Soldner Mixers
2 - Peter Puggers
1 - Bailey De-Airing Mixer/Pugmill
Enduring Images Decal Printer
Digital Scales
Glaze Spray Booth
36" North Star Slab Roller
25 Electric Potters wheels
2 - Lockerbie Potters Wheels
2 - Extruders
Sand Blasting Cabinet
Forklift
Multiple pieces of Photography Equipment
Computer and Laser Printer for Ceramic Student Research

Clay Mixing & Glaze Room:
Both rooms have a state of the art ventilation system.

Faculty

Juan Granados (MFA)
Von Venhuizen (MFA)

Links

Ceramic Studio Guide & Safety Plan
Texas Tech Ceramics on Instagram