​​Santa Ana College presents a comprehensive ceramic program in which traditional and contemporary ceramic approaches are encouraged. Equal attention is placed on wheel throwing and hand building. Basic to intermediate courses focus on fundamental ceramic techniques and processes, while developing art related concepts and creative identity. Advanced level courses address individual portfolio development, preparing for a studio practice and transfer opportunities. Additional attention is placed on clay and glaze theory, surface and transfer techniques, mixed-media fabrication, kiln firing and presenting work for applications and gallery review. With 26 wheels, a facility for slip-casting and mold-making, a fully stocked glaze lab, spray booth and blast cabinet, clay mixers, gas kilns, electric kilns, raku, soda firing and a test kiln, our studio environment is exciting and fully equipped.​​​​​​​​​​​


​Intermediate Slip Casting







Advanced Hand Building​








​Advanced Wheel Throwing​

​Advanced Surface Decoration​

 ​Professor Chris Dufala​