K-State Ceramics Faculty

Dylan J. Beck
Ceramics Area Chair
Assistant Professor

Yoshiro Ikeda
University Distinguished Professor
Awarded NCECA Excellence in Teaching

Glen R. Brown
Critical Theory and Art History

Residency Informationhttp://art.ksu.edu/grad/areas/ceramics/k-state-ceramics-residency/


11 month – September 1 – July31
9 month – September 1 – May 31


200+ sq/ft Private studio w/sink in K-State ceramics area

Adjunct professor status: Adjunct appointments are made for the benefit of the university to allow people from outside the university to contribute to its academic program. In recognition of their contribution to the academic community, the university extends to adjunct appointees residing in Kansas the use of university libraries; employee rates for athletic, K-State Union, and cultural events; and parking privileges.

Teaching opportunities may become available but are not guaranteed.

Exhibition opportunities on and off campus


Lab fee of $100 per semester covers all clay and glaze materials/firings
Participation in graduate critiques and serving on graduate committees
Occasional demonstrations for under graduate ceramic courses
Artist in residence is responsible for all personal living expenses


Applicant must have a MFA degree

Application Deadline

March 15, 2011

April 15th email notification date

To apply:


Completed application form – http://www.dylanjbeck.com/K-State_Ceramics_Residency_Application.pdf
10 images of current work
Image description list
Current resume
Artist Statement

Email applications– info@dylanjbeck.com

Or Mail

K-State Ceramics Residency
Dylan J Beck
111 Willard Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506

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