Course Detail: Intermediate Ceramics
In this class, students will work alongside credit students to enhance their ceramic hand-building and wheel throwing skills. This course has continued focus on complex thrown and hand built forms with attention to design elements, as well as the understanding of glaze formulation, testing and kiln firing. Includes presentation of historical, cultural and contemporary trends in ceramics. Independent development of a unique body of work, for presentation/exhibition, is expected. Taught by COCC faculty. Continuing Education students must have taken at least one prior term of Continuing Education Pottery or credit courses ART 121 and ART 122. Students must attend the full first week of class to retain their seat. Materials are required for this course. You can view this information in the "Bulletin" section of the online course listing or on your email Confirmation Letter sent after registration.
January 7, 2019 to March 20, 2019, PEN 0226 (seats remaining)