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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
FAC 3350
Class Description: 
Students incorporate contemporary ceramic sensibilities and techniques into their own work. These methods are explored from the perspective of new directions in contemporary ceramics and the larger art world. Press molds, two-part molds and slip-casting techniques are introduced, as well as thinking skills to juxtapose forms into more complex content. Students are introduced to high-temperature clays and the gas reduction kiln. At the conclusion of this course, students will be well-equipped to make work using modular building techniques that foster an individual, innovative creative practice. Ceramics emphasis majors who are enrolled in this course must also register for FAC 3000 Ceramics Sophomore/Junior Portfolio Review, and will conduct their portfolio reviews during this course meeting time. (Formerly FAC 3450) Prerequisites: FAC 2750 Ceramics I