I tried to take a pic here of the one long room with three large kilns in it. The room had a roof, but it was mostly outdoors. There were so many kilns, I can't remember if these were soda or salt, but they were quite large. The bricks stacked up around the kiln entrances would make up the doors when firing.
I love that this one said Welcome to Hell on it. Ah, college. I think all of the kilns had names, many were written right on the kiln.
Here is a nice shot inside a salt kiln, I believe. The walls are all crusty with salty goodness.
These were smaller soda and salt kilns.
This was a big wood fired kiln, double arched. The top is the two chambers and the bottom picture is where the wood goes. There was a huge stack of wood in the room as well. Beautiful kiln. It was a little scary because you had to climb up on this wire grid to load it and see inside, and I don't like heights, especially when it looks open below.
This is a Raku kiln and reduction chamber. The lid of the kiln was on a wire pulley type system to pull the lid open. There were several of these large reduction chambers filled with sawdust or newspaper. You could fit a large sculpture in these. In fact, one of the artists graduating with my brother had very large figural Raku work which was made here.