Tarrant County College has six campuses in the Fort Worth Area
Each campus offers the same programs and also programs unique to each campus. Northeast Campus in Hurst, Texas is celebrating fifty years with emphasis on Certification in Nursing ,Music, journalism, Photography, Graphic Design, Drama, Ceramics, Painting , Drawing, Physical Health and a new Associates of Arts Degree in 2015-16 among many others. Credit Classes in Ceramics I and Ceramics II are taught at TCC NE Campus, as well as Continuing Education Ceramics on Weekends. Visit the TCCD.edu site and inquire about a Ceramics Class
or up coming public event !
Ariel Bowman is a sculptor in clay. She will do an animal portrait for you and has had three invitational solo Exhibitions in 2015. Her next solo exhibition is at University of Dallas in DAllas, Texas in October. She is the 2015 invited Ceramics Fellow at University of Florida for a MAsters Degree. She will be teaching part time.. Check out her blog too!
A visual and Performing Arts Center
Elaine Taylor manages the Fort Worth Community Arts Center Gallery where the works of Texas artists are often shown.
You can sign up to receive information about Fine Arts events and calls for art at this location.
A great source for materials and tools. Helpful staff and lots of clay. Stoneware porcelain, Raku and Terracotta, for throwing, thowing, handbuilding and sculpting,
Trinity is a sponsor of the Animals and Artifacts 2015 Workshop.
Alton Bowman is a Master 18 th Century furniture Conservationist in reproduction and finishes. He is also making original pieces influenced by his research for public and private collectors.