ART 136: Ceramics III
In this course students will refine their mastery of the basic ceramic processes and develop an individual vision for ceramic art as demonstrated through acceptance of their art work into a gallery or competitive show. Skill development will focus on the interplay of surface and form. Students will work exclusively on the wheel and will be taught to make a variety of forms on a larger scale. Students will explore different techniques and styles of surface development such as image transfer, multiple firings, firings at different temperatures and different atmospheres, use of engobs, underglaze pencil and crayon, crystal glazes and lusters.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; ART 128 minimum grade "B"; ART 108, ART 111 or ART 112, may enroll concurrently
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