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Ceramics II

Grade Level: 9, 10,11, 12

Length of Course: Semester

Pre-requisite: Ceramics I

Credit: 1/2 Elective

Fee: $15.00 per semester

Course Overview: Ceramics II is a basic studio course to further develop skills learned in Ceramics I. Focus is on development of introductory wheel throwing motor skills and hand building skills. Projects will be similar to beginning clay with an elevated production, skill level, and analysis expected. Students will have the opportunity to be inspired by, sketch, and write about other cultures and historical artists. The class will be separated into two parts, one-half will focus on the wheel while the other half works on hand building. Students will switch off at the quarter.





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