CRAM 230: Ceramic Essentials

Introduces hand-building and other processes and techniques and considers the relationship of ceramics to other disciplines. Ceramics is particularly suited to dialogue with a variety of practices including painting, drawing, sculpture, and design, and many printmaking, photographic, and computer processes have ceramic applications. The student is introduced to the use of clays, glazes, and kilns. Assigned projects are regularly reviewed in individual and group critiques. There is also a Ceramics Essentials: Wheelthrowing.

Prerequisites: 

First Year - Foundation Studies

Number of Credits: 
3.00
Sections: 

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