Art-Ceramics (ART_CERM)

ART_CERM 2100: Beginning Ceramics

Exploration of ceramic art as an expressive, communicative medium. Study of ceramic design, technique and historic and contemporary models within the context of the creative process. Group critiques, slides, demonstrations. Expendable materials fee.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_CERM 3100: Intermediate Ceramics

Continuation of ART_CERM 2100 with emphasis on wheel throwing and the vessel format. Further exploration of glazing and firing techniques. Group and individual critiques, demonstrations, slide lectures and visiting artists. Expendable materials fee.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


ART_CERM 4100: Advanced Ceramics

Continuation of ART_CERM 3100. Includes advanced problems in firing, clay and glaze technology, forming and ornamentation. Payment of expendable materials fee required. May be repeated to 15 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


ART_CERM 4110: Ceramics Sculpture

Sculptural forms constructed of slabs, coils and wheel-thrown elements. Payment of expendable materials expense is required. May be repeated to 15 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_CERM 4185: Problems in Ceramics

Problems in Ceramics.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: departmental consent


ART_CERM 7100: Graduate Ceramics

Advanced study of ceramic technology and design concepts with emphasis on directed development of individual work. Payment of expendable materials expense is required. May be repeated to 18 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_CERM 4100


ART_CERM 7110: Graduate Ceramic Sculpture

Directed development of individual work. Payment of expendable materials expense is required. May be repeated to 18 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_CERM 4100


ART_CERM 7185: Problems in Ceramics

Graduate level work in ceramics.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: ART_CERM 7100 and ART_CERM 7110 and departmental consent


ART_CERM 8100: Graduate Ceramics II

Continuation of ART_CERM 7100. Repeatable to 15 hours.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_CERM 7100 or equivalent