Ceramic Classes at NCC
As we begin to emerge from a time of prolonged and challenging adjustments, we push forward with a practice that has always been a teacher of resiliency—ceramics.
As the weather warms and our surroundings come back to life, spring back into your favorite practice or swing with something new altogether in the studios at Northern Clay Center. A talented, well-rounded cast of new and returning teaching artists are ready to guide the next steps in your clay experience with a wide variety of foundational offerings, beginner and intermediate classes, and a number of Special Topics classes and workshops.
Meet our Teaching Artists
Thank you for your visible support for equity in our field and for inviting us to this discussion. As an organization, and as individuals, we are listening and learning with intent and relentlessly evolving our mission to ensure meaningful diversity, impactful equity, and genuine inclusivity. We don’t often broadcast the work that we do toContinue reading “Action and Accountability at NCC”
Emerging Artist Resident 2017
Creating with clay is an inherently resilient process; it requires our patience and persistence until we deliver it into the fire where it withstands and eventually resolves to be transfigured by immense heat. Clay echoes and reminds us of the innate resilience of human beings—that we are capable of adapting and persevering through great stresses.Continue reading “2020 Word of the Year: Resilience”
Let’s get clay in your community
Northern Clay Center creates clay programming for partners including residential care facilities, public schools, after school programs, youth outreach, and more.
Resources for Art Educators
Minnesota New Institute for Ceramic Education
Now entering its seventh year, MN NICE is a rigorous program developed in collaboration with Program Head Ursula Hargens. MN NICE provides personalized professional development for artists who are serious about taking the next step in their ceramic evolution.