BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS
BACHELOR OF ARTS
ART 202c - Introduction to Studio Ceramics
Introductory course in ceramics, designed to expose students to basic handbuilding and throwing techniques, as well as glazing and firing information.
ART 305a/b/c - Ceramics
Three-course sequence of intermediate study incorporating ceramic wheel work (a), hand building (b), and mold making (c). May be repeated for a maximum of 9 hours. Prerequisite: ART 202c
ART 420 - Advanced Ceramics
Supervised research in specific ceramic areas of technical and aesthetic interests. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 hours. Prerequisite: 9 hours of ART 305 sequence.
Cup, soda-fired porcelain.
Stick Cup, slip-cast porcelain, salt-fired.
Textural Experiment, salt-fired porcelain.
Tumblers, slip-cast porcelain, soda-fired.
Packing Peanuts, slip-cast porcelain, mixed media.