Aug 11, 2022
ART 232 - Ceramics IICredits: 3
Identifies, demonstrates, and discusses wheel throwing and clay mold making techniques. Generates complex ceramic surface design. Interprets and analyzes various traditional and contemporary ceramic processes. Employs a variety of methods to produce a portfolio of ceramic vessels and objects.
Prerequisite(s): ART 231
Lecture Hours: 0 Lab Hours: 90
Meets MTA Requirement: Humanities
Outcomes and Objectives
- Identify advanced art historically relevant ceramic styles and processes.
- Discuss advanced formal, technical, and pedagogical aspects of various ceramic traditions.
- Summarize advanced formal, technical, and pedagogical aspects of various ceramic styles.
- Demonstrate advanced technical clay construction methods to produce a portfolio of ceramic vessels and objects.
- Interpret advanced methods of fabricating ceramic object portfolio.
- Apply advanced concurrent technologies to produce ceramic object portfolio.
- Use ceramic glazing and surface design technique.
- Apply advanced ceramic surface designs methods to portfolio of clay vessels and objects.
- Summarize critical analysis of ceramic concepts.
- Analyze advanced applied ceramic concepts through written critiques.
- Exhibit basic knowledge of a high temperature reduction firing, and be able to differentiate and identify between wares that have been fired using different firing techniques.
- Participate in some stage of faculty facilitated high-temperature reduction kiln firing.
- Distinguish visually between wares fired using different firing techniques.
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