Clay College Ceramic Arts Studio

Both credit and non-credit students learn to mold and fire ceramics, and "throw pots" at Cumberland County College's Clay college, located on 108 North High Street in the Millville Arts District. Residents and students of Clay College form distinctive pottery and sculpture by using various hand building techniques including pinch, coil slab and the pottery wheel.

Clay College's credit and continuing education ceramics courses are popular among young and old students who take the courses during the day, in the evening and on weekends. Sudents can take ceramics courses with a career in mind or for personal enrichment.

Impressive Facility

Clay College is a spacious facility that's 150 feet long, and equipped with 15 pottery wheels and four kilns. The gallery located at the entrance showcases the work of students as well as local and regional artists. The studio is open every day and is available for students to work outside of class time. Clay College is bustling during classes and Third Fridays, an ongoing celebration in the Millville Arts District.

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