Department of Art
CeramicsThe goal of the Ceramics studio track is to foster the development of each student’s conceptual understanding, perspective and language, while advancing technical skills with regard to the building, glazing and firing of clay. Aesthetics, design and concept are addressed in a curriculum that favors diversity of approach and process. Hand-building, wheel-throwing, mold-making and casting offer students various tools of making that enable them to better express their ideas. Historical precedents as well as contemporary art and issues are incorporated into each class to help students understand the broader context in which they are working. Introductory classes begin to cover the depth and breadth of the field of ceramics with an emphasis on basic functional wheel forms; advanced courses provide students an opportunity to develop personal direction and voice. Small class size assures individual attention and full access to the studio facilities.
Assistant Professor, Ceramics
Office: 102(A) HPA (Heating Plant Annex)
Office Hours: T 9-11am, W 10-11am, Th 1-3pm
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Bachelor of Arts - Studio Art
Bachelor of Fine Arts - Studio Art