Union Project's Ceramics Program creates connections and opportunities for learning and artistic expression.

Through community-based arts programming, we serve the diverse needs of our surrounding neighborhoods and encourage the making of beautiful things, both hand-made objects and connections among people.

We offer ceramics classes, workshops, open studio hours, and a cooperative for people of all ages and experience levels. Our program supports local emerging artists by providing affordable studio space where members can build their resumes by teaching and find opportunities to exhibit and sell their artwork in our gallery.

Our ceramics staff also brings custom programming out into the community through partnerships with local schools, after school programs, senior centers and summer camps. One more way we provide opportunities for people to connect, create, and celebrate together.


Try something new in clay!  Check out this "Tips and Tricks" on Mishima with Wax to get your inlay on.



Jenna Vanden Brink, Ceramics Program Manager by email jenna@unionproject.org
 or phone (412) 363-4550 x222