ART 223 Ceramics II

Prerequisites: ART 110 and ART 123 with grades of C or higher; or permission of instructor

Offered: Typically every Spring Term

Study of ceramic art making, including techniques of hand-building and expanded ceramic surface possibilities. Critical observation of objects, critical discussion of art and design, and visual research in art are expanded. Terracotta and low temperature glazes are the primary materials employed. Sculpture and vessel are the primary formats. Conceptual techniques, art sourcing, and developing personal voice are introduced. Student responsibility for personal studio logistics increases at this level. Six in-class studio hours each week. Course Fee: $15, plus the cost of materials. 1 Course Credit


1 Course Credit