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CCE 1806 : Ceramics Workshop: Creating the Teapot
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Corcoran Continuing Education (CCE)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
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Ceramics Workshop: Creating the Teapot
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Ceramics Workshop: the Teapot
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Limited to non-degree students.
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An introduction to functional and sculptural teapot designs. Throwing and assembling techniques with emphasis on good craftsmanship. Pottery making techniques and the roles that balance volume, surface texture, negative space, and color have in making complex forms.
By the end of the course students will have learned to engage actively in critical dialogue regarding art projects, for the dual purpose of improving their own art process as well as developing a vocabulary for critical thought in the arts in general; produce ambitious projects that encompass a coherent vision and execution; build collaborative skills through hands-on practice with peers; and develop and hone their individual creative voice through the realization of exercises and projects
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