Course Description

Ceramics II

   A&L322-1: Ceramics I (3-4) (ATU$) 
Note: This is an undergraduate course.
Ken Turner

Dates and Times Friday 9 am.-12 noon limit 8 
Core faculty teaching liaison:
Janice Hoshino, Ph.D., A.T.R.-BC

Course description for Spring quarter 09 Antioch University Seattle

Course description for Winter quarter 08 Antioch University Seattle

Building on the skills developed in “Ceramics I,” students learn more advanced building and glazing techniques, including assignment completion using a potter’s wheel. Students concentrate on the techniques they wish to explore further and creatively apply their skills toward an artistic goal. Students may obtain instructor’s approval for special projects. There is a $45 lab fee for clay. A&L

Prerequisites: Completion of Ceramics I, Ceramics, Equivalent, or Special Applications – Raku, or Ceramics - Primitive Techniques Today.

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