Ceramics: Image, Pattern + Surface in Clay
Course No. CER 202-302-402 Credits: 3.0
Faculty William Brouillard
This class will concentrate on the integration of form and surface using drawing, painting, pattern and mark making on ceramics. We will use ceramic materials, print processes, decals and digital imagery on both two- and three-dimensional clay objects. We will research historical and current ceramic works and the technology of image making on clay to invent a personal narrative. Some clay working experience is suggested. Required of all Ceramic majors. Open to all.
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