ARTS 2660 - 3 Credits
This course requires students to develop a written proposal for a project, or projects they will develop and create by the conclusion of the semester.
Exploration of alternate construction methods other than those covered in Ceramics I and II are encouraged as well as an investigation into a personal artistic voice in clay. Kiln and basic glazes are provided; clay and tools must be purchased.
Prerequisite: ARTS 1660 (Ceramics 2) or permission of instructor
Studio: 4 hours