Just wondering if anyone had any advice on differing schools for
ceramics. i have a B.A. degree in psychology, but i want to go to
school for ceramics. Have any input on schools that have well known,
Cranbrook in Michigan is tops, but at a less expensive level, Southern
Illinois University at Edwardsville offers a top rate ceramics
program headed up by Dan Anderson.
I have heard that Humbolt College in Humbolt, Ca has an excellent
JoAnna Kelleher, co-owner
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Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI has a very fine
ceramics department. I was a design student at Cranbrook in the
1960’s. Go to www.cranbrook.edu for more Contact me
offline if you have any questions. Joel Schwalb @Joel_Schwalb
Cheechrose- I don’t know what part of the country you are interested
in, but Alfred University in Central New York has a good ceramics
program. You can check them out on the web at: http://nyscc.alfred.edu/ .
Hi I teach in Ct. Do you have a degee to teach art? If not here in
Ct. you need to be certified in the arts before you can teach. You
can also get an MFA from any art school and specalize in ceramics. If
you call The Pennland school in Pa. They should be able to direct
you. But really most of the good art schools will be find for what you are looking for.