University of Technology Sydney

013219 Studio Practice: Ceramics



This subject is designed as an introduction to the media of clay. Historical and contemporary studies of this medium form a basis from which students are encouraged to explore individual expression whilst learning about clay and ceramic techniques. The properties of clay, its sculptural characteristics, safe workshop practice and the firing process pertaining to electric kilns are also addressed in this subject. Conceptual frameworks for classroom practice are developed through activity-based learning.

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Autumn D session, City campus

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