AXD 232: Hand Methods in Clay

General Education requirement: 3B - Visual & Performing Arts

Clay as art material. A variety of hand forming and moldmaking techniques will be explored through the context of making objects. Expressive use of clay, slip, glaze, and various firing methods will be presented. Open to all University students.

Class #3200 Course information

3.00 credits
Section 7201: Undergraduate Studio
Class: #3200

First 5-Week Session

Cost: 
$
Status: 
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

Summer 2024 Course Information: Summer hand building is a fun class for all who want to improve their skills with clay. First timers and experienced ceramicists are all encouraged here. The course will be geared to helping students meet their specific goals within the studio, whether learning basic skills or tackling an advanced project. Instruction will be available 9-12 M-F in person or through receiving the recording. Flexible attendance hours available through zoom attendance. Online (with studio access elsewhere) and hybrid options all available. All demonstrations and instruction will be recorded and posted for students to review.

Class #3199 Course information

3.00 credits
Section 8101: Undergraduate Studio
Class: #3199

First 5-Week Session

Cost: 
$
Status: 
MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT

Summer 2024 Course Information: Summer hand building is a fun class for all who want to improve their skills with clay. First timers and experienced ceramicists are all encouraged here. The course will be geared to helping students meet their specific goals within the studio, whether learning basic skills or tackling an advanced project. Instruction will be available 9-12 M-F in person or through receiving the recording. Flexible attendance hours available through zoom attendance. Online (with studio access elsewhere) and hybrid options all available. All demonstrations and instruction will be recorded and posted for students to review.