Interdisciplinary Projects





Dates: September 3 - November 19Get it done
Days/Times: Tuesdays, 6:30 - 9:30pm 
Level: Beginner - Advanced
Instructor: Anne Eder assisted by Kyle Johns

Course Description:  This class is a forum for experimentation with contemporary art methods of ceramic sculpture, mixed media, and installation, including site-specific work. The focus will be on the pragmatic aspects of creating interdisciplinary work on a fixed schedule: prioritizing tasks, meeting deadlines, selecting materials, anticipating and finding solutions for problems, as well as employing a fluid work flow between two and three dimensions and other media such as sound and performance. For those who choose to participate, there will be a public exhibition opportunity at the end of the course. A variety of skills will be covered, including sculptural clay and hand building, images on clay, alternate materials to clay, and skills related to navigating the world outside the studio. (12 classes/14 weeks).Course Fees: $125 for Harvard College Undergraduate Students, $300 for Harvard Graduate Students, $930 for Adult Community. TAP Regular and Long Service - Follow the instructions in online registraton system for pricing.

  • Adult Community: General Public; Harvard alumni, fellows, Extension School students, and faculty/staff who are not TAP-eligible; students from universities other than Harvard
  • Harvard Employees eligible for the Tuition Assistance Program (TAP): TAP regular (employees worked less than 15 years) and TAP long service (employees who worked 15 or more years at Harvard)
  • Harvard College Undergraduate Students: Currently enrolled students at Harvard College. This does not include Harvard Extension School Undergraduate Students
  • Harvard Graduate Students: Currently enrolled students in a Harvard University Graduate Program. This does not include Harvard Extension School Graduate Students or Harvard University Doctoral Candidates.

Your course fee covers use of all clays (terra cotta, stoneware, sculpture body, porcelain and casting slip), bisque firing, glazes, and glaze firing up to 8,600 cu. inches of kiln space, as well as 7-day access to the ceramics program and its equipment from the start date of your class through December 7th.  Based on your projects, additional material purchases will be the responsiblility of the student. You are invited to participate in the Holiday Show and Sale from December 12 – 15th!

Registration begins on Monday, July 29th at 11am!

For questions regarding course content, policies or facilities, please contact Director, Kathy King at

For questions regarding registration, please contact Administrative Coordinator, Ji-Eun Kim at