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Ceramic Studio Workshop

No sections available this semester

CR0802 (non-credit)
This non-credit workshop is designed for intermediate and advanced students who wish to refine their hand building or wheel skills.

Introduction to Wheel Workshop

No sections available this semester

CR0855 (non-credit)
Students will be introduced to wheel throwing to create functional pottery.

Introduction to the Wheel

No sections available this semester

CR1250 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students are introduced to using the wheel to create functional pottery.

Introduction to the Wheel

No sections available this semester

CR1253 (3.0 credits or audit)
Students are introduced to using the wheel to create functional pottery and explore the poetic presence that results from the character of clay. (CE students may request special permission to enroll in this 3 credit undergraduate course.)

Introduction to Handbuilding

No sections available this semester

CR1305 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students learn the fundamental techniques of hand-building in ceramics—including the pinch, coil, and slab methods—to develop a foundation for understanding the language of pottery and hollow construction.

Intermediate Wheel Throwing

No sections available this semester

CR2250 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students will learn to improve their throwing skills and explore a range of decorative techniques.

Intermediate Wheel-Poetry of Pottery

No sections available this semester

CR2253 (3.0 credits or audit)
The intermediate wheel class will delve into beakers, vase's, and pitchers through weekly assignments using the pottery wheel.