Experimental Making in Ceramics (CER4214.01)

Barry Bartlett

This course will investigate the material nature of clay as a medium to create three-dimensional forms. Students will explore the material aspects of clay such as dryness, wetness, mass and scale using a variety of mechanical processes that include extrusion, slab rolling, slip casting and digital fabrication. In doing so, the pieces created will be used to convey ideas of form and process as both the vocabulary and meaning expressed. Students are expected to participate in all aspects of the ceramic process, which include, but are not limited to, mixing their own clay, slip and glaze preparation, and loading and firing of kilns.

Prerequisites: Contact Barry Bartlett and submit a letter of interest 2 weeks before registration
Credits: 4
Th 2:10pm - 6:00pm
Maximum Enrollment: 12
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as 4000, All courses, Areas of Study, Barry Bartlett, Ceramics, Four Credit, Monday and/or Thursday Afternoons, Visual Arts, and tagged , , , .