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Explore the techniques of Raku firing and the qualities of this approach, with an emphasis on more refined projects, focused critiques and the more advanced aspects of the medium to convey an artistic message. Participants develop work in a series and consider its application to the classroom.


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With further refinement and exploration, expand the techniques of Raku firing and the qualities of this approach, with an emphasis on more advanced projects, focused critiques and the more subtle aspects of the medium to convey an artistic message. Participants develop work and consider application to younger students. This course provides an opportunity for personal invention and higher level challenges through developing a series of pieces. Improve competency in thinking and working three-dimensionally.


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Raku is a form of Japanese pottery that uses low firing temperatures and removal from the kiln while still hot, creating a unique surface finish often with crackled textures. Raku techniques have been adopted and modified by contemporary potters worldwide. In this course, explore the techniques of Raku firing and the qualities of this approach.


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