The Duluth Art Institute’s Lincoln Park Building (2229 W 2nd Street) houses a fully functioning ceramics studio that accommodates the DAI’s beginning to advanced clay classes and artist rental. The studio includes pottery wheels, hand-building and wedging tables, a slab roller, spray booth, glaze room, and more. Work is fired in four electric kilns and the gas kiln, "Merlin."
Artists interested in renting space should contact the studio manager for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registered students have access to the studio during opening hours, generally 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Call 218-723-7110 or check our calendar for the latest ceramics classes.
Craig Bruce (he/him)
Renter since 2017
'I create loose, wheel thrown functional pottery, trying to capture the act of making."
Melody David-McKnight (she/her)
Renter since 2015
"I make pieces for every day use featuring full-bodied curves and fish to evoke movement of schools of Steelhead, trout, and salmon who run up Lake Superior's streams in the fall."
Jan Karon (she/her)
Renter since 2002
"I am an off again/on again potter, still enamored of pottery-making in the 60’s style I learned – my pottery looks thrown."
Ceramics Studio Renter Policies
1. Rent is due on the first of the month.