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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
FAC 2750
Class Description: 
This course focuses on using the potter’s wheel as a tool to make functional and sculptural forms. Emphasis is placed on combining and altering forms made on the wheel, experimenting with low-fire clays, surface slips and glazes, and developing critical skills for looking at art. Students research the works from historical time periods and of contemporary clay artists. At the conclusion of this course, students will understand the immense possibilities of using the wheel and the clay process, and its application to their personal vision. (Formerly FAC 3750) Prerequisites: FAC 1150 Introduction to Ceramics