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Ceramic Arts

Overview

Our ceramic arts programming offers several options for anyone looking to work with clay. The studio features 10 wheels, work space for classes, space for open studio program, semi-private studios, and two kilns. The program is run by Caitlyn Marsh (caitlynmarshceramicsstudio.com) who joined the MBACC as Ceramics Director in September 2017.

Students and Artists have the opportunity to participate in hands on classes and workshops designed to build skills and learn about working with class. All levels are welcome. 

Ceramic Resident Artist

Who

Artists in need of quiet, semi-private space may be best suited as a Ceramic Resident Artist for one year. Enjoy a rent based studio divided amongst two or three other ceramic artists. Semi-private spaces are furnished by the artists. These Artists are required to volunteer at Mother Brook Arts 3 hrs per month.

Program Benefits

Ceramics Studio Artist Program

Who

Ceramic Studio Artists (CSA) have experience with clay, are comfortable working unsupervised and desire more open studio time for their creative process.

Mother Brook Arts and Community Center is currently closed to the public.

In response to concerns around COVID-19, and in an effort to ensure 

the health and safety of all, Mother Brook Arts and Community Center is closed until 

further notice.

 

 

Fall Ceramics is now open with limited space. We have reduced the wheel-throwing class sizes to 4 students, hand-building to 5 students. Our  Adult program has introduced a Curbside Clay program for our students to work at home and drop off works for bisque. New CSAs are still accepted at this time.