CERAMICS HOUSING WEEKS 1 - 3
Individual bedroom available in a shared suite at $900 for three weeks through both of the Salt Kiln Building and Salt + Wood Firing Workshops.
Workshop participants who choose on-campus housing will be residing on the first floor of our 16 Cottage Place residence hall, a short walking distance from the ceramics studios.
Cottage Place is a four-story building that accommodates ceramics workshop participants in suites of single rooms with a maximum of 3 people per suite. All suites have their own bathroom and kitchenette. Laundry facilities and bike racks are located in the basement. Cottage Place also offers housing for individuals who are in need of physical accommodations.
You are purchasing a twin bed within a private dorm-style bedroom. Bathroom, kitchenette, and common areas are shared with fellow workshop participants in that suite.
PLEASE NOTE: Residence hall suites are equipped in a manner for college of art and design students who live there for the academic year and bring anything they need, much like an apartment. You must bring anything you may need for the duration of the workshop such as bedding and approved appliances. Please review what to bring and restricted items, policies, locations, and cost very carefully:
HOUSING DEADLINE: June 1, 2022
CHECK-IN: Sunday, June 5 after 10AM
Please go to Campus Safety at 1208 State Street to check in, get keys, pick up ID, and register any vehicles.
CHECK-OUT: Sunday, June 26 by 5PM
What To Bring & What Not To
QUESTIONS? If you have any questions about housing, special requests, or accommodations, please contact our Residence Life Assistant Coordinator, Alexandria Kraeger, at email@example.com or 315-797-0000 Ext 2308.
Apply to be a Workshop Assistant: Attendees may apply to be a Ceramics Workshop Assistant (WA) during this workshop. Workshop Assistants are awarded financial aid to cover a portion of the workshop and housing costs. Total funds available vary. Final scholarship amount will be confirmed upon selection. The Workshop Assistant (WA) is a paraprofessional member of the Residence Life Office and Ceramics Staff. The WA may be directly responsible for implementing policies as trained by student life, campus safety, and ceramics workshop instructors in addition to workshop participation.
Workshop Assistant Application Deadline: MAY 1, 2022 | APPLY HERE >>