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The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance. Aristotle
CERAMICS I- periods 2, 4, & 6
This beginning level ceramics class teaches the basic skills of clay work, design, and decorating. Students will develop an understanding of their visual profile through various pottery and sculpture projects.
CERAMICS II- periods 3 & 7
This course will explore more advanced ceramics techniques and individualized projects and concepts. Students will focus on design principles, relief sculpture, media center research, wheel?throwing techniques, and glaze formulation.
Honors Ceramics III (dual credit IPFW) -periods 3 & 7
This course will explore more advanced ceramics techniques and continue the development of a personal style and focus. Students will concentrate on figurative sculpture, advanced wheel-throwing techniques, thematic design, abstraction, surface design, and nesting sets.
Ceramics I, II, & III pics