Nov 30, 2022  
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ART 365C - Intermediate Ceramics: Mold-Making


Description:
Intermediate instruction in ceramics with a focus on mold-making and mold materials including plaster, plywood and polystyrene molds, including more in-depth concept development and historic, contemporary, and multi-cultural approaches to the medium. Class meets five hours per week.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: ART 265.

Credits: (4)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Demonstrate proficiency in the process of producing forms with molds

 

 

Students will complete assignments that incorporate the use of plaster molds, clay molds and open form molds with plywood and polystyrene 

 

Demonstrate knowledge of issues relating to studio, tools, and material safety

 

 

Written test to establish student knowledge of safety issues

 

Demonstrate intermediate knowledge of historical and contemporary technical and conceptual approaches to complex molded forms

 

 

Preliminary research assignments and guided discussions during group critiques

 

Create works that incorporate conceptual content, including strategies of abstraction, narrative and personal expression

 

 

Preliminary sketches and completed assignments

 





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