is an artist and professor emeritus of Skidmore College. He received his B.S. in art education from Indiana University of PA and his M.F.A. from Tyler School of Art of Temple University. Regis exhibits his work both nationally and internationally. He is the author of "The Energy-Efficient Potter and has appeared in Ceramics Monthly, The Studio Potter and other professional journals.
received his BA from College of Wooster, Ohio and his MFA in ceramics at Indiana University, Bloomington, IN. Ted served as professor and chair of The State College of Florida, Bradenton and also teaches in the Summer Six art program at Skidmore College. His work is currently on exhibit at L'attitude Gallery, Boston, Symmetry Gallery, Saratoga Springs and Craftsman HouseGallery, St. Petersburg, FL.
is a recent graduate of Houghton College with a BFA in Studio Art. She has returned to her hometown of Saratoga Springs to pursue her love of ceramics at SCAC. While Amy loves working in a variety of media ranging from printmaking to animation, she finds throwing on the wheel to be a therapeutic and enjoyable experience. While she isn't sure where she is going in life, Amy has accomplished many things including meeting Neil Patrick Harris and breaking the world record for the largest game of Simon Says.
Clay artist Jean Fei has worked in the Saratoga area since taking her first pottery class in 1968. Specializing mostly in trying to make the perfect bowl, she has taught hand throwing and hand building techniques for many years. She enjoys working with youth, having once been one herself.
received her M.F.A. in ceramics from Vermont College and her B.S. at Skidmore College with a concentration in ceramics. She spent the last seventeen years teaching for Special Programs at Skidmore College. Jill exhibits her work both locally and regionally and is the Founder and Director of Saratoga Clay Arts Center.
Allora McCullough received her MFA in Ceramics from the State University of New York in New Paltz in 2015 and her BBA in Economics and Finance from McKendree University in 2010. She was recently included in exhibits at Baltimore Clayworks and Women's Studio Workshop in Rosendale, NY.
is a functional and decorative potter who started working in clay in 1992 as a student of Regis Brodie. From there he has gone on to study with and work for Chris Gustin and Toshiko Takaezu. He has over 10 years of teaching experience and is a co-founding member of the Albany-Saratoga Pottery Trail.
Josh Smith is a Saratoga native who received his BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2014. Since his time in academia, Josh has completed two artist-residency programs, one in Queens, NY, and the other in Taos, NM. He is currently Gallery, Programs & Special Events Director at the Saratoga Clay Arts Center, and is continuing to make and teach ceramics full time.