Advanced Ceramics Projects – Self & Clay (CER4315.01)

Anina Major

Sculpture and vessels are realized through an exchange between the medium and the self. The class will begin with the question: What is Sculpture? What is a Vessel? Projects will push forward conceptual topics specific to sculpture and vessels including form and presence, the body, light and illusion upon form, the transformation of materials through techniques and the generation of ideas through drawing, writing and making. This is an advanced level course for students who have developed technical sufficiency and have a desire to explore further in ceramic processes. This class will provide a framework for explorations into making and thinking that will eventually become the foundation for a self-directed practice. The philosophy and vocabulary of 3D work and the techniques for self-generating projects will be the primary focus of this class.

Prerequisites: Two ceramic courses and permission of the faculty. For registration please email
Credits: 4
Th 1:40-5:20
Maximum Enrollment: 10
Course Frequency:
This course is categorized as All courses, Ceramics.