Monthly Archive: March, 2015

Digital Design and Fabrication: Making Connections

The Digital Design and Fabrication elective is a course offered in recent semesters in the ceramics department. The class, taught by Jo Kamm with Taylor Baker as a studio technician, provides students with… Continue reading

“Designing for Function”

Paul Donnelly, assistant professor in ceramics, recently worked with to create a video detailing various forming methods geared towards the creation of beautiful, functional ceramic works. is an online community serving… Continue reading

From the US to Hungary, to China, and Back Again

Jacob Meudt, a student in ceramics at KCAI, began a trip abroad last summer with George Timock and seven other students. Little did he know that this study abroad trip would expand from… Continue reading

Visiting Artist: The Clemo Demo

Recently, the ceramics department welcomed another guest: ceramic artist A. Blair Clemo. His work is made with a combination of wheel thrown and press molded elements, which speak to the utilitarian use of… Continue reading