Ceramics: The Potter's Wheel + Production
Course No. CER 240-340-440 Credits: 3.0
Faculty Andrea LeBlond
Students will work in series and iterations to create sets, vessels, server ware and presentation pieces in clay. The potters wheel is an important tool for artists and designers who want to assemble forms using multiple parts. Production techniques will enable students to create multiples, work efficiently and develop a distinct style. Glaze making, glazing and kiln firing will be incorporated into this course. Lectures on historical and contemporary ceramic works will be included to further help students create a personal direction. 1 semester required of all Ceramic majors for graduation. Open to all. Books and supplies to be determined by instructor.
Associate Professor | Chair of Ceramics
Seth Nagelberg is an artist and designer working in clay. He strives to close the gap between craft and design...more
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