The former "pig house" for the Wade family is now the art studio facility for ceramic classes. Thanks to a generous gift from Ms. Helen Cole, the ceramics studio was remodeled.
Electricity was added to the building between 1999 and 2001, and a new electric-powered kiln was installed. A new roof and new sidewalk was added, and the building was painted.
The Ceramic Studio is used by art education students and faculty during spring, summer and fall. Courses include Raku and ceramic classes for undergraduate and graduate programs.