Ceramics Studio

Description: The Wilson College Ceramics Studio is an “open studio” work environment for students in which beginners can work alongside experienced ceramicists on independent projects. Local artist and ceramicist Debbie Reichard, is the Director, and can be reached by email at debbiereichard@yahoo.com 

The studio is equipped with three electric wheels and two kickwheels, tables for handbuilding, a glaze area and kiln. A studio manager is always present to provide instruction.  All materials and firings are provided, all you have to do is show up!
The Ceramic Studio regularly hosts a freshman seminar that explores archaeological approaches to pottery techniques.

Location: The studio is located in the basement of 1938 Hall, on the right at the bottom of the first entryway stairs.

Access: The studio has regular open hours that vary each semester. We try to have the studio open one evening a week as well on the weekend.  

AY 19-20 students managers:
Juston Forte
Camille Heubner
Ameen Moshirfar
Isabella Faccone
Katherine Schneer

Fall '19 Open Studio Hours:

Monday, 2-5pm
Wednesday, 11:30am-2:30pm 
Friday, 2-5pm, 7:30-10:30pm 
Sunday, 11am-2pm

Hours subject to change. Ask about the ceramics studio listserv when you come in. See you there!

Room Policies:  The staff  (student managers or instructors) administer the policies of the studio and provide training to all visitors regardless of level of experience


1.            To subscribe to the Wilson-Ceramics listserv, use your email account to send an email to listserv@princeton.edu.  Put the words ‘sub wilson_ceramics’ in the body of the email (not in the subject line), and send it to ‘listserv@princeton.edu’.

2.            You will then receive an ‘command confirmation request ‘ email from the Princeton University LISTSERV Server, and the email will ask you to click on a link and confirm your subscription.  You MUST do this or you won’t be subscribed.