Handmade ceramics will be sold at the Winter Festival Saturday, Dec. 3, in Room 3308 and the art quad.
Students from beginning to advanced ceramics classes will be selling their creations alongside outside vendors, according to Associate Professor of Art Melody Cooper.
Only 25 percent of the proceeds will go to the ceramic classes at Pierce. The remaining will go to the creator of the object. she said.
The money will be used to purchase equipment and other necessities for the classes, according to Cooper.
Cooper said she is confident that the festival will be a success, and that her students will be benefit from it.
“It gives students a chance to get feedback from the clients,” Cooper said.
The ceramics sold at the fair will be worth anywhere from a dollar to a few hundred dollars, Cooper said.
Anyone interested in selling their handmade items in the festival should contact Cooper.