Advanced Ceramic Studio (CER4227.01)

Aysha Peltz

This course is designed for the highly motivated, ceramic student who is ready to focus intently on a project or a way of working. Students will pursue their ideas through developing, making, glazing and firing processes that are integral to their artwork. Assignments (group and individual) will provide deadlines and help students to focus on specific issues in their work. The discussion of concepts and contexts will be emphasized- why we make what we make and how does it fit into the larger art world? Verbalization will be an important part of the course; weekly meetings with the instructor and group critiques throughout the term will allow students to clarify their ideas as they work. There will be emphasis on glazing and the firing process; all students are responsible for the firing of their own work. Prerequisites: A minimum of four terms of ceramics and permission of the instructor.

Prerequisites: A minimum of four terms of ceramics and permission of the instructor.
Credits: 4
Th 8:20am - 12noon
Maximum Enrollment: 14
Course Frequency:
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