Faculty

Regis Brodie

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.

Ted Camp

Ted Camp

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 visual artist whose studio practice includes both painting and ceramic. She received an MFA from Hunter College in NY after graduating from an Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Switzerland. She became interested in the alchemy of color and fire and the ceramic process after discovering Islamic tiles andarchitecture during her travels in Tunisia. She has studied the traditional art of Majolica and Cuerda seca and its application to contemporary expression at the National Center For Ceramic Arts of Tunis. She currently teaches at Skidmore and is also involved in creating community ceramic murals.

 

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.

Taylor Whyte

Taylor Whyte has recently received her BFA in Ceramics and Printmaking and her BS in Psychology from SUNY Plattsburgh. She has returned to the capital region in order to pursue her love of ceramics and to work as an Artist in Residence at SCAC.