Regis Brodie, Professor emeritus, Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York and former director of the Summer SIX Studio Art Program for 35 years, received his BS and Masters in Art Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and his MFA from the Tyler School of Art of Temple University.
Brodie taught at Skidmore from 1969 to 2010, forty-one years of continuous & dedicated service. In addition to teaching courses in ceramics, he managed & built, Skidmore’s state-of-the-art Ceramics Studio.
He is the author of "The Energy-Efficient Potter, Building a fuel-efficient kiln & firing it economically," (Watson-Guptill Publications, 1982).
He has published widely & has been a contributing author, providing information on the creative process, multi-firing, kiln building & efficiency of firing techniques. His articles have appeared in Ceramics Monthly, The Studio Potter, and many other ceramic books & professional journals.
His work can be found in national & international museums & corporate collections & he has lectured extensively throughout the United States & abroad. (See resume for details)
Recently retired, he looks forward to the additional time & the flexibility that his retirement will provide. Expectations include: more time for personal creative work, seeking opportunities as a visiting artist, doing lectures, demonstrations, workshops & short term teaching residencies.