Feb 07, 2023
ART 413 - Problems in Ceramics (3 units)
Tutorial on independent basis arranged with departmental tutor/advisor. Research paper, journal and final portfolio presentation required. Registration permitted only upon written request to the department which includes a statement of objectives, specific goals and scope of proposed plans.
Maximum units a student may earn: 9
Prerequisite(s): 18 credits in ceramics; Junior or Senior standing.
Grading Basis: Graded
Units of Lecture: 3
Offered: Every Fall and Spring
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
1. evaluate and apply advance design principles, particularly as related to ceramics that amplify and extend beyond other ceramics course offerings.
2. analyze, evaluate, and apply the important connection between content and form as it relates to the three-dimensional object that amplify and extend beyond other ceramics course offerings.
3. demonstrate advance knowledge and skills in the use of tools, techniques, and processes sufficient to produce work from concept to finished object. This includes advance knowledge of raw materials and technical procedures such as clays, glazes, and firing that amplify and extend beyond other ceramics course offerings.
4. access, analyze, and critically apply understanding of the place of ceramics within the history of art, design, and culture.
5. access and analyze the role of ceramics in contemporary culture and invent possible futures for ceramics via creative studio art projects.
6. analyze and apply possible solutions to studio art assignments that lead to well-grounded and creative conclusions that amplify and extend beyond other ceramics course offerings.
7. use coherent communication and writing abilities to express an advance vocabulary and critical evaluation skills from a variety of sources related to ceramics.
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