You do not need to be enrolled in a ceramics class to fire your work at CCAC but you must contact the Ceramics Studio Manager, Rebecca Morton (845) 443-3171 to make arrangements to deliver your work, pay for the firing fees, and to verify that your clay body is indeed a cone 6-10 clay body. You MUST be certain so we can be sure that your clay body will not destroy our kiln shelves and/or gas kiln. Cone packs will be saved and shown to you upon pick up of your work. If clay or glazes causes any damage to our kilns, renters will be charged an additional fee to replace kiln shelves or equipment.
The Cornell Creative Arts Center is not responsible for any breakage to fired work, body or glaze failures, unintended glazing results, or work left in our studio beyond 30 days. No refunds are provided for any breakage, cracking, explosion or imperfect firing of any kind. Every effort will be made to load and unload all work carefully and ensure you receive the best results possible!