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Surface & Form: Ceramic Structure & Design

No sections available this semester

CR0874 (non-credit)
Learn to design, layout and assemble flat and shaped slabs into 3-dimensional forms to create utilitarian or sculptural objects

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 Ceramic Tile

No sections available this semester

CR1350 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students learn to create ceramic tiles while experimenting with various methods of tile production and surface effects through glazing and firing.

Pre-Columbian Building Techniques

No sections available this semester

CR1371 (1.5 credits or audit)
Explore ancient ceramics techniques traditionally used for larger vessels and figurative sculpture that may be applied to contemporary abstract work as well.

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.

Intermediate Ceramic Tile

No sections available this semester

CR2350 (1.5 credits or audit)
Students design their own projects and further develop the skills learned in Introduction to Ceramic Tile.

Sculpture in Clay

No sections available this semester

CR5380 (3.0 credits or audit)
This course will provide an exploration of methods of clay construction relating to sculptural form and the aesthetic concerns of the sculptural object. (Undergraduate course)


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June 30
Summer Session I (5 Weeks) ends

June 23
Priority registration deadline for summer session II classes.

July 7
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) begins

July 10
Summer Session II (5 Weeks) 
and Full Summer Session ends (10 Weeks) 

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