In January of 2009 the ceramics program relocated into the newly renovated Art Lofts Building; providing new equipment, private graduate studio space and 24-7 access to facilities. The building is bathed in natural light with industrial height ceilings and easy access for loading and unloading materials. 

16 Shimpo wheels, 2 lightning slip mixers, 2 55-gallon slip tanks, 1 industrial downdraft table, 1 industrial air solutions portable air handler, 2 Bailey wall mounted extruder systems, 3 jiggering arms and dedicated wheels for plaster milling, 1 horizontal lathe for plaster turning, 4 flex vents for isolated dust extraction, 1 horizontal lathe for plaster turning, 4 flex vents for isolated dust extraction, 12 large work tables on casters, 3 digital scales, 2 stainless steel glaze mixing counters with slot vents, 1 24” roland vinyl cutter, 1 iMac computer with PC operating system, 1digital projector, 2 soldner mixers, 1 large-scale casting table, 2 Bailey gas kilns (40 cu/ft), 1 Bailey gas kiln (16 cu/ft), 2 Frederickson electric kilns (20 cu/ft), 4 Round Bailey electric kilns (10 cu/ft), 1 Oval Bailey electric kiln (16 cu/ft), 2 slab rollers, 2  test kilns, 1 mold dry box, 1 laser printer for sepia decals, 1 ball mill