Print on Clay

October 22, 2008


In yesterday’s advanced ceramics Print on Clay class, Julie Guyot demonstrated different stencil techniques using masking tape and wax resist. The class is currently working on Turkey Platters for the Second Annual Turkey Platter Auction which will be on November 21st.



October 15, 2008

The FSU Department of Art is pleased to announce the foundation of Ceramics in Hungary.  Set at the renown International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemet, Hungary in summer 2009.  Associate Professor Holly Hanessian is excited for the opportunity to share this international educational experience with students from across the US.

Deadline for enrollment is December 5th with a cap of 12 students.  Spaces will fill quickly!

This summer is really exciting.  We are offering two classes in wheel throwing…which will run for 13 weeks.  They will be Tuesday and Thursday, morning and afternoon.

Stop by the William-Johnston Bldg. to meet our instructors Bil Myers and Holly Hanessian as well as meet our students see their new work!