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, and 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.