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Ceramics Courses

Freshman Elective: Crafts: Ideas, Objects, Traditions

Course No. FND 130C  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Kaley Turner

This course offers students a hands-on studio experience in four major studios with six of CIA’s most experienced faculty. Through a variety of materials and processes used in the Ceramics, Glass, and Jewelry and Metals department, students can examine the potential for two-dimensional image, three- dimensional form, and the Cultural importance of craft. During this class you will be introduced to and familiarize yourself with each of these disciplines while gaining valuable hands-on skills in diverse materials and design approaches. Offered spring.

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