The Ceramics Program offers several opportunities for artists to study, work and teach at the Studio. The Artist in Residence Program is available to one artist each year and offers studio space, materials, access to Ceramics courses and workshops, teaching opportunities and more. The Resident Artist Program offers selected individuals opportunities for refining their work, learning best practices, developing professional relationships, and working in a supportive, creative community of ceramic artists. If chosen as a resident artist, you may retain your residency for two to four years. The Mima Weissmann Memorial Fund for the Study of Ceramic Arts offers one artist the opportunity to study at the Ceramics Program for one year. In an effort to expand its services, the Ceramics Program has created an Internship Program designed to provide college students and those who have just completed college, the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in the field of community art education.