Group Programs

Looking for a personalized clay experience for your group? Let us build a unique program to meet your needs!

Union Project offers group ceramics programs to encourage creativity in our Pittsburgh communities. From school programs and birthday parties, to social gatherings for adults and corporate team-building events, we love to create enjoyable and educational ceramics experiences for groups of all kinds.

Our teaching artists will work with you to customize your program to fit your group’s goals or curriculum, ensuring you’ll have a fun and memorable experience.  We can host programs in our studio, or we can journey offsite to bring clay to you. 
 


Ready to create your very own custom program?  Contact Milo Berezin at milo@unionproject.org for current rates and information.

 

Union Project Teaching Artists

Jaclyn Harris

Jaclyn Harris, Ceramics Studio Coordinator and Teaching Artist
412-363-4550 x243
Jackie@unionproject.org

Jaclyn Harris began pursuing ceramics along with a glass art education at the Pittsburgh Glass Center in 2008. In 2011, Jaclyn moved to Baltimore, Maryland and began working for Venetian glass artist Anthony Corradetti as an assistant for 2 years. By 2015 she received a Bachelors of Fine Art in ceramics at the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she studied casting, printmaking processes, and atmospheric firings. After returning to Pittsburgh, she became a studio technician apprentice at the non-profit organization, the Pittsburgh Glass Center where her practice continues. After completing her technical training, she joined her second non-profit at the Union Project where she currently supports twenty ceramic artists as Ceramic Studio Coordinator.

Along with working between two non-profits, Jaclyn currently blends her craft background of glass and ceramic techniques to develop burnouts and sculptural work.

Teaching Artist Emily Sciulli Emily Sciulli, Teaching Artist

Emily Sciulli is an artist who lives and works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She received her MFA in Sculpture from Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2013. Besides working as a Teaching Artist at Union Project, Emily also works as an educator at the Carnegie Museum of Art and as an adjunct faculty member at Washington & Jefferson College. 

Combining sculptural and performance-based practices, Emily’s artwork fosters an appreciation for the aspects of everyday life that are commonly overlooked. Her main focus, The One Good Thing Project, frequently appears in local schools, coffee shops, and libraries, including the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Hazelwood's community outreach program. Emily is thrilled to be part of the Union Project's staff!

Teaching artist Audra Clayton, Teaching Artist