ART 139 Ceramics I
A course designed to introduce students to ceramic processes and concepts. Students explore ceramics as a medium of aesthetic expression and develop an awareness of selected historical and contemporary modes of ceramics. A series of critiques, group discussions, research and information gathering assignments, lectures, and demonstrations, complement studio work. Fulfills general education requirements for The Arts category. Offered each semester.
ART 239 Ceramics II
A continuation of 139. Individual problems in ceramics. Prerequisite: 139. Offered each semester.
ART 339 Ceramics III
A continuation of 239. Students are expected to demonstrate greater independence and experimentation in their work. Prerequisite: 239. Offered each semester.
ART 439 Ceramics IV
AB. Concentrated individualized work for advanced students. Prerequisite: 339. May be repeated once for credit. Offered each semester.
ART 480 Special Individual Projects
Individually designed research studies, field experiences, or experimental studio projects in an area of special interest; carried out under the guidance of the instructor or a special supervisor. May be repeated for a maximum of three units of credit. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. Offered as needed.