Ceramic
Materials The Ceramic Program offers fabrication at a variety of scales and provides access to technical expertise and equipment. Specializing in sculpture utilizing techniques such as wheel-throwing, hand-building, slip casting, on-premise firing, 3D ceramic printing, bespoke glazes and finishes, among other processes, we offer cross-disciplinary applications with our other material shops, including services such as printmaking on clay.

We offer contactless firing and glazing services as an added resource to artists and community studios that wish to fabricate artistic projects independently. If you are an artist and would like Powerhouse Arts to fire and/or glaze your work, please follow the link below.

About Our Firing & Glazing Services

Location

We are located at 60 Seabring Street in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Our hours of operation are 9am - 5pm, by appointment only.

Accessibility

There are no stairs required to access our ground-floor (Wood, Metal, and Ceramic shops & offices) and there is one accessible bathroom without handrails. The Textile Shop is located on a second-floor that is only accessible by a steep flight of stairs with 17 steps (8" high and 9" deep), and one handrail on the right side when ascending.

For more details on directions click here.

Events
Conversation
First Fridays Virtual Consultations
November 6, 10am
Book a free, 30-minute consultation with one of our talented fabricators to explore projects you’re currently undertaking, confront challenges you may be facing with limited access to studio time, or brainstorm any material needs you may have as you adapt to working from home. Our team’s expertise includes wood, metal, ceramic, textile, and printmaking. We are also available to colleagues, interns, and working artists who need support around finances or business planning. Read more about our team and book a virtual meeting below. Learn More
Conversation
First Fridays Virtual Consultations
December 4, 10am
Book a free, 30-minute consultation with one of our talented fabricators to explore projects you’re currently undertaking, confront challenges you may be facing with limited access to studio time, or brainstorm any material needs you may have as you adapt to working from home. Our team’s expertise includes wood, metal, ceramic, textile, and printmaking. We are also available to colleagues, interns, and working artists who need support around finances or business planning. Read more about our team and book a virtual meeting below. Learn More
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