CRMC 101 - Ceramics
This course will introduce students to the diversity of practice within the discipline/discourse of Ceramics employing elements of 3D fundamentals including form, space, texture, and color. The course will consist of a combination of lectures, demonstrations, assignments, field trips, and critical/evaluative sessions. Topics addressed in the curriculum may include the following: hand building, wheel throwing, moldmaking and casting, clay and glaze technology, experimental and interdisciplinary approaches, as well as contemporary/historical ceramics theory and practice.
NOTE: Formerly CRMC 115. Students may not receive credit for both courses.
|A||30068||Froese, Robert|| |
|B||30071||Rempel, Juliana|| |