ARTS 4320. Ceramics II. 3 Hours.
Students engage in a continued exploration of clay with an emphasis on personal expression and discovery. The course is geared towards those students dedicated to understanding the contemporary issues surrounding the material in relationship to their own work and methodology. There are a number of required readings/writings, along with several group discussions. Additional technical information is provided regarding advanced techniques (mold-making, firing wood/gas/soda kilns, and alternative building techniques). Interdisciplinary work is encouraged.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1313, ARTS 1314, ARTS 1315, and ARTS 3320 with a grade of C or better.
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