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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
FAC 4991
Class Description: 
Students investigate sculptural form and space through the clay process. Diverse, individually developed projects allow the student to further investigate the technical properties of various clays, surface applications, and firing processes. Emphasis is placed on the development of an individual aesthetic and conceptual vocabulary. Students will look at works in both the historical and contemporary art worlds. This course is designed to give the student ample opportunity to experiment and to direct his or her vision. At the conclusion of this course, students conduct a final portfolio presentation to the class and a visiting art professional, which presents their own body of work and its context over the span of their advanced level studies. (Formerly FAC 4910) Prerequisites: FAC 3350 Ceramics II