ART 123 Ceramics I

An introductory studio experience in clay as a material for art making, including techniques of wheel forming and ceramic surfaces. Stoneware, slips, and glazes are the primary materials employed. Vessels and utilitarian pots are the primary formats. Critical observation of objects, critical discussion of art and design, and visual research in art are introduced. This course is a prerequisite for participation in the Ceramics Apprenticeship Program, which selects students based in part on performance in this course. Six in-class studio hours each week. Arts Perspective. Course Fee: $15, plus the cost of materials.


1 Course Credit