I am very proud to announce that Rancho Ceramics has the work of two students accepted into the 2014 National K-12 Ceramics Exhibition in Milwaukee, Wisconsin! The exhibit runs concurrently with the National Council of Education of Ceramic Arts (NCECA) international conference on March 19 – 22nd and will be viewed by thousands of ceramics professionals from around the world.
AP Studio Art 3D Design sophomores, Emily Guzman and Yesenia Godoy are among the 150 students out of 1154 students nationally who had work selected for this highly prestigious and competitive group juried show. This is the first year Rancho Ceramics has answered this call, and out of the four students who submitted, it is an immense honor to have two selected.
Add some color to your life – Investigate the amazing potential ceramic surfacing materials have to offer! Visit your course page for specific directives for your current work.
Join the world in celebrating the arrival of the Fire Horse in the year 2014!
Here’s your chance to become a Rancho Ceramics ARTSTAR!
Rancho Visual Arts seeks art for an exhibition that expresses “the self” in any manner. Selected works will be exhibited at North Las Vegas City Hall during the months of March and April. Catered reception with live music will honor all exhibiting artists and work…enter your best work today!
*Complete the ENRTY FORM and submit glazeware by the deadline: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2PM*
See TRAEN for more information ;D
NEW this year…a LIVE Yearbook to document the energy and creativity of the 2013-2014 studio season! Check back often for new memories being made!
Our slip cast mold library is now online! You can browse the catalog from the comfort of home instead of waiting to be in the studio. We have some truly strange acquisitions…check it out for yourself!
Join us at “Life in Death: Day of the Dead,” a two-day festival featuring the Day of the Dead Juried Art Exhibition, displays, performances, craft sales and food vendors at Winchester Cultural Center and Park, 3130 S. McLeod Drive. The event will explore cultural traditions relating to the Mexican holiday of El Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead.
Presented by Clark County Parks and Recreation
Admission to the festival is free!
Fantastic workshop attended by the AP3D Design Studio Art students, hosted by Clay Arts Vegas…the ONLY ceramics gallery in the Arts District!
Welcome back to a new studio season, designed to be the best in the history of Rancho Ceramics!
Explore the new site features and check back often for new resources to make your project better than you could ever imagine ^_^
7:00 AM is really early…let’s start the day by taking care of business!
We now have five new galleries to view past student work! Get inspired, see who you know…and aim to improve our stellar reputation. Who knows? Maybe your work will be featured in a future gallery!