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 Interior of the Art Center
A group of students pose by the railing of the Art Center beneath a Welcome sign. Art supplies are visible on a table below them.
 A colorful and spherical glass artwork

Dare to Create!

An artist's hand sketches a tree

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Home of CraftSummer and Art Sprint Courses

The Art Center in Phillips Hall houses studios for ceramics, metalsmithing, glass, drawing, and digital photography. These studios serve our Sprint course offerings and the CraftSummer workshops.

The ceramics area includes 12 pottery wheels, electric kilns, a handbuilding area, and various slips, glazes and clay.

Glass equipment includes lampworking/beading torches, glass kiln for fusing and slumping, and enameling kilns.

For the metalsmiths, we have hand metalsmithing tools, an acetylene torch and a vented soldering hood, a large bench area, and a rolling mill and buffer.

Additionally, the Art Center has two, twenty-seat classrooms with digital projection equipment that are used for drawing studios and digital photography instruction.

Wanted: Art Instructors

We are seeking innovative, enthusiastic and qualified instructors to teach various introductory art classes to non-art majors at Miami University’s Phillips Art Center.

Learn more about teaching at the Art Center »