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Architectural Ceramics
0.50 Credit(s)
Historically, clay has played an important role in the context of architecture. This course investigates the relationship between architectural form and ceramics . Students will engage in research and develop projects intended for installation in architectural environments. Relief tiles, site-specific murals and stand alone installations will be the focus of the project development. Fabrication practices and techniques covered will include modelmaking, mould-making, slip-casting, press-moulding and extruding - as well as installation and anchoring methods.
This course does not require previous experience in ceramics and is intended for students who are interested in expanding their image making possibilities from all areas of the university.
Notes: Please take special note that this course has material fees associated with it.
Not offered in 2011/12
Course was last updated June 27, 2011 - 10:06 AM