Ceramics and 3-D Studio - Room 006
Students in the Moravian College Ceramics Lab use stoneware and porcelain to create hand-built and wheel-thrown pieces. Low-firing clays are also used for special projects. The lab is equipped with 8 electric potter's wheels, a kick wheel, and a slab roller. Firing is done in 2 bisque kilns, a gas kiln, and an electric kiln. An outdoor firing and work area is available for raku and salt-glaze. A wide variety of glazes are available at the glazing station; also, minerals are available for students to use to make glazes from scratch. The ceramics lab is also used for the course Three-Dimensional Design (3-D). The ceramics lab is available for student use at any time, day or night, when there are no classes.