ARTS 4360 Ceramics III

An advanced study in ceramics intended to broaden experience with clay techniques, glazing, and kiln firing. Students will build on skills and concepts learned in Ceramics I and/or Ceramics II in order to explore special topics of interest and develop a cohesive body of artwork that synthesizes the conceptual and technical aspects of art making. Historical and contemporary works are emphasized. Health and safety concerns are stressed. Prerequisites: ARTS 2360, or ARTS 3360 or permission of instructor. May repeat for credit. Fee.




Visual and Preforming Arts