Ceramic Studio

Haakon Lenzi and Doug Peltzman glazing in the Ceramics Studio, summer 2014

Haakon Lenzi (left) Doug Peltzman (right) glazing.

GoggleWorks’ Ceramic Studio is a 2,200 square foot communal studio geared towards encouraging the development of the arts through clay. The studio is building a diverse and professional ceramic art community by providing artists with time and space to create, the highest quality instruction, and well maintained facilities. The GoggleWorks experience promotes development of artists at all skill levels within a creative and positive environment.

March Calendar 2017 (2)

GoggleWorks’ Ceramic Studio features:

11 Electric Wheels
1 kick wheel
Slab Roller
30 cu. ft. Bailey down draft gas kiln
2 Electric kilns
Electric test kiln
2 Raku kilns
Spray booth
Fully stocked raw materials room

Take a virtual tour of the Ceramic Studio

Studio Rental Program / Studio Passport
Space is available for rent in the Ceramics Studio for a monthly fee. The Studio Passport allows you to access Open Studio hours. Limited to students with a basic knowledge of ceramics and overseen by a monitor, instead of instructor, this class is a great opportunity to work at your own pace and continue your exploration in clay.

For Ceramics Studio information or to join the studio please contact:
Suzanne Molyneux
610.374.4600 x 131

Private Lessons and Workshops
For information about private lessons in ceramics or to schedule a private workshop for your group, please contact James Pastore at jpastore@goggleworks.org or 610.374.4600 x112.

Woman throwing on the potter's wheel in GoggleWorks Ceramic Studio

GoggleWorks Artist throwing on the wheel in Ceramic Studio