ART 335 Advanced Ceramics: Form, Materials, Concept
An advanced course in ceramics and sculpture. Students will further develop previously learned techniques and will be encouraged to explore the possibilities of ceramic clay for creating art and utilitarian objects. An emphasis will be placed on concept development and design moving the sculptor and ceramicist toward more sophisticated understandings of the material and the meaning that can be created from those materials and forms. New techniques for fabrication, design, and surface treatment will be learned and tested, creative exploration and problem solving emphasized. Attention will be given to conceptual and contemporary practice in ceramics. Prerequisite(s): ART 235 or permission of instructor. Six hours studio. Course fee: $120. Spring. 3 hour(s).
Add to Portfolio (opens a new window)