Christina Rockwell’s ceramics instruction focuses on traditional wheel-throwing techniques with porcelain that she studied while in Japan. She is an enthusiastic teaching artist who enjoys helping people develop their skills with clay.
Christina’s enthusiasm for pottery is apparent: “I want to spend my time teaching others to enjoy the traditions of this art as much as I do.”
Teaching assistant for Professor Kathryne Cyman at UNM from 2013 to 2016
Christina started her ceramics journey in high school where she learned Japanese style stoneware techniques. Moving onto college she began to work with porcelain in the same Japanese technique. She received my BFA in ceramics focusing on Japanese Porcelain in 2016 from the University of New Mexico. At UNM she was immersed in traditional and ancient clay techniques with programs like Arita Porcelain and Pueblo Pottery.
You can contact Christina at firstname.lastname@example.org