Ceramic Resident Artist

Who

Artists in need of quiet, semi-private space may be best suited as a Ceramic Resident Artist for one year. Enjoy a rent based studio divided amongst two or three other ceramic artists. Semi-private spaces are furnished by the artists. These Artists are required to volunteer at Mother Brook Arts 3 hrs per month.

Program Benefits

  • Studio Access 24hr a day
  • Receive a key to the main classroom, RM2, the kiln room, and front door 
  • Tuition discount on Ceramics Education Programs
  • Participate in two annual Open Studios events
  • Access to kilns and glaze lab for firing and mixing glazes
  • Sink with a clay trap in each room
  • Use any clay body

Program Details

  • Extensive studio experience is required
  • Key deposit of $100 allows for front door fob and 3 room keys
  • 24hr access to facilities
  • Confirmation of knowledge of glaze formulation and kiln safety before use
  • Proper clean up in common areas
  • Proper use of all equipment
  • Supply of personal tools with minimal reliance on small studio tools
  • Students have priority over classroom equipment  
  • Fees applied for use of glaze materials and kiln firings
  • Coordinate with Ceramics Program Director to serve as volunteer 3hrs a month
  • Leases end December 31st

 

Email our ceramics director for availability information.