The Ceramics Studio of the Worcester Center for Crafts is a 4,000 sq/ft facility with an additional 1,200 sq/ft of outdoor kiln area. The studio offers a broad range of classes from entry level to advanced, through one-day workshops and multi-week sessions. In addition to wheel throwing, glaze, and hand-building studio areas, there are three semi-private studios for Resident Artists.
Equipped to support a range of ceramic forming and finishing processes including throwing, slip-casting, clay sculpture, tile making, glaze development, mold making, and ceramic design. A wide range of kilns and firing types are available including raku, electric oxidation, gas reduction, sodium vapor and wood fueled kilns. The main studio areas are open and well lit by natural skylights, as are the studios for the resident artists.