Ceramics: Table for Two: Evolving Rituals of Food
Course No. CER 252-352-452 Credits: 3.0
Faculty William Brouillard
We will focus on the human experience of eating, and the rituals and modes of communication involving community, food and drink. The potter's wheel will be our primary means of fabrication for the creation of objects, parts and multiples. Glaze formulation, surface techniques and firing of kilns will be incorporated in this class. Required of all Ceramic Majors. Open to all.
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