Mold and Form
Working with clay on both functional and sculptural levels is one of humankind's oldest necessities and passions. Marist’s ceramics program endeavors to keep that spirit alive in students through technical and design problems that challenge their abilities and show them what they can accomplish.
Ceramics is, not surprisingly, one of the most popular studio offerings at Marist. In addition to day-to-day studio, Marist students have the opportunity to take part in a variety of experiences outside the classroom. Evening studio time is available in the form of an art club. Additional firing techniques are explored in Marist's raku kiln and visits to other firings (wood, soda, salt) in the Atlanta area.