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Register today for a public panel discussion on Monday, Dec. 1, that will explore the lives and works of Massimo and Lella Vignelli, designers of everything, fr...

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Ceramics: Alchemy of Fire & Clay

Course No. CER444.1  Credits: 3.0

Students will explore and experiment with ancient and contemporary firing techniques, such as raku, pit firing, sawdust and saggar firing. Ceramic history of the vessel and sculpture traditions will be covered. Work will be fabricated using the wheel and hand building techniques. The class will work on drawing and image making using these primeval traditions to create their own personal idiom and concepts. Open to all. 3 credits.

Ceramics: Alchemy of Fire + Clay

Course No. CER 244-344-444  Credits: 3.0

Students will explore and experiment with ancient and contemporary firing techniques, such as raku, pit firing, sawdust and saggar firing. Ceramic history of the vessel and sculpture traditions will be covered. Work will be fabricated using the wheel and hand building techniques. The class will work on drawing and image making using these primeval traditions to create their own personal idiom and concepts. Open to all.

Ceramics: Architectonic Clay & Ceramic Sculp

Course No. CER250.1  Credits: 3.0

This course will focus on creating works of ceramic sculpture and ceramic works that will be presented on the wall, floor or used as an architectural element or ornament such as public and domestic art projects and tile projects. We will cover basic ceramic fabrication to include, Large scale work in clay, The use of ceramic materials and construction techniques to create sculpture, tile making, press molding, use of the extruder, glazing and firing of gas and electric kilns. Lectures will include historical and contemporary works. Projects will include architecture based work for domestic and public formats, experimental unfired solutions and two dimensional pattern and design work, ceramic surface development, and all Ceramic traditions, which address subject matter outside of domestic utility. Clay is an easily accessible material that makes it ideal for creating both figurative and abstract works in any scale. The course will include some research and testing of sculpture bodies and surfaces. Course requirements: Some clay working experience (high school, college level, or equivalent) It would be valuable to students in Ceramics, Glass, Metals, Design, Interiors and sculpture, painting, and drawing. Some clay working experience suggested. See Ceramics: 241, 341, 441: Introduction to three-dimensional plastic media. 3 credits.

Ceramics: Architectonic Clay & Ceramic Sculp

Course No. CER345.1  Credits: 3.0

Clay is an easily accessible material, which makes it ideal for creating both figurative and abstract sculpture. The use of ceramic material and construction techniques will be utilized to explore the relationship of form to space and the environment where the objects reside. 3 credits.

Ceramics: Architectonic Clay & Ceramic Sculp

Course No. CER445.1  Credits: 3.0

Clay is an easily accessible material, which makes it ideal for creating both figurative and abstract sculpture. The use of ceramic material and construction techniques will be utilized to explore the relationship of form to space and the environment where the objects reside. 3 credits.

Ceramics: Architectonic Clay & Ceramic Sculp

Course No. CER450.1  Credits: 3.0

This course will focus on creating works of ceramic sculpture and ceramic works that will be presented on the wall, floor or used as an architectural element or ornament such as public and domestic art projects and tile projects. We will cover basic ceramic fabrication to include, Large scale work in clay, The use of ceramic materials and construction techniques to create sculpture, tile making, press molding, use of the extruder, glazing and firing of gas and electric kilns. Lectures will include historical and contemporary works. Projects will include architecture based work for domestic and public formats, experimental unfired solutions and two dimensional pattern and design work, ceramic surface development, and all Ceramic traditions, which address subject matter outside of domestic utility. Clay is an easily accessible material that makes it ideal for creating both figurative and abstract works in any scale. The course will include some research and testing of sculpture bodies and surfaces. Course requirements: Some clay working experience (high school, college level, or equivalent). It would be valuable to students in Ceramics, Glass, Metals, Design, Interiors and sculpture, painting, and drawing. Some clay working experience suggested. See Ceramics: 241, 341, 441: Introduction to three-dimensional plastic media. 3 credits.

Ceramics: Architectonic Clay + Ceramic Sculpture

Course No. CER 245-345-445  Credits: 3.0

Clay is an easily accessible material, which makes it ideal for creating both figurative and abstract sculpture. The use of ceramic material and construction techniques will be utilized to explore the relationship of form to space and the environment where the objects reside.

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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