The Romero House Ceramics Studio is located on the campus of the Tucson Museum of Art as a part of the Museum’s Historic Block, at the southwest corner of West Washington Street and Meyer Avenue in downtown Tucson’s El Presidio Historic District.
The ceramics studio’s primary focus is education in the ceramic arts.
A variety of classes and workshops are offered, including hand building, throwing, tile making, sculpture, and open studio hours for all students.
Wisdom from an old joke: “How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice”! The Romero House is open seven days a week and offers more open studio hours than any other ceramics studio in Tucson. Open studio hours are included in your class fee.
Janet Burner returns the beginning of July to teach her Tuesday classes.
Studio members may participate in the Tucson Museum of Art’s two annual Artisans’ Markets, one in the spring and one in the fall. Additionally, work by members and current students may be displayed for sale in the studio’s Romero House Gallery.