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Ceramics

The philosophy of the ceramics area within the department of art is to build a solid foundation upon which to explore and develop strong personal ceramic work. Building upon ceramic history and tradition and blending contemporary art making approaches, students will develop proficient craftsmanship and technical skills and realize the potential limitless aesthetic and conceptual possibilities of the medium, expanding "ceramics" to be inclusive of mixed media and installation.

Students at all levels participate in a critical dialogue and do responses, readings and writing, as these are essential to furthering an appreciation and understanding for the arts and vital skills for the developing artist.

 

Courses Offered

  • Art 271 - Ceramics I
  • Art 371 - Ceramics II
  • Art 471 - Ceramics III

 

Facilities and Equipment

Facility
The ceramics lab occupies over 4,500 square feet in a bright and sunny building located along the banks of the Fox River, a short distance from the Arts and Communications Center.

For more information, please visit the ceramics studio website.

 

Equipment
Stay tuned for more information.


View student work in ceramics.

by Clark, Leslie A. last modified Aug 22, 2012 09:33 AM