Attention: The Friends of the Workhouse discount on classes will discontinue on March 31. All spring and summer classes and workshops appearing online now reflect the regular pricing. For more information on the Friends of the Workhouse Program, email Nicole Franklin at NicoleFranklin@workhousearts.org.
The Workhouse Arts Center Ceramics Program is a collective and highly dynamic environment with the goal of promoting Ceramic Arts
through research, education and outreach.The Ceramics Program at the Workhouse Arts
Center will offer students the opportunity to learn more about studio practices and management.
Having trouble registering online? No problem; call us and we can register you over the phone at 703-584-2900.
For more information on Ceramics click here.
Open Studio is now included in the
price of taking a ceramics class at the
Workhouse Ceramics Program.
Come work side by side with friends and classmates.
This open studio is designed to allow
students to practice, trade ideas and create in
a relaxed, social atmosphere. Students must be
currently enrolled to be eligible for open studio
use. With more than 20 hours per week dedicated
to Open Studio, students are sure to find
the right time to create!
The Ceramics Program, housed in Building W-8, is a state-of-the-art, expansive, and open aired facility with two indoor kiln rooms, an outdoor kiln yard, Raku kiln, spray booth, wheels, a fully equipped raw materials lab with ball mill and blunger, a clay storage/mixing room with clay mixing equipment, slab rollers, extruder, extensive shelving and workspace for either hand-building or wheel-thrown work. Our studio facility is also home to six private resident artists’ studios and a retail gallery for the exhibition of Resident and Visiting Artist works. As a part of our commitment to the promotion of artistic and cultural creativity,
The Workhouse Arts Center is a program of the Lorton Arts Foundation.
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