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Visual Arts (VISU) Courses Listing - Intermediate Ceramics, Part I

Visual Arts 2110 Intermediate Ceramics, Part I
Covers hand-building techniques using different clay bodies. Includes the study of contemporary ceramic practices for clay manipulation, glaze mixing and surface treatments. Participating in the kiln firing process is an integral part of the course.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Visual Arts 1050
Offering: Lecture/studio 6 hours per week. Project time as required.
Notes: Enrolment limit 15. Students who have a previous credit in Visual Arts 2101 may not take Visual Arts 2110/2111 for credit.