Prerequisite(s): Sculpture (3D Design) or Visual Design.
Students are expected to demonstrate growth in problem solving, controlling the properties of clay to develop complex forms, strengthening artistic expression and critical thinking.
Advanced hand-building and wheel throwing will be covered.
Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12
2.5 Credits - 1 Semester
Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Ceramics I.
This hand-on class will help students develop skills in wheel throwing and glazing. Students will gain knowledge of the entire ceramics process while exploring ceramics as a career.
Students will study ceramics from various cultures and experience a variety of techniques.
The importance of technical proficiency is stressed to emphasize its significance in successfully expressing an idea through a ceramics medium. By analyzing the importance of culture and history and its effect on ceramics, student will learn to express themselves through the art of ceramics.
Visual Design I is an integral part of the school's visual and performing arts department.
Students may explore a variety of learning opportunities in two-dimensional and three-dimensional designs. Students will learn how to think creatively through personal development of artistic expression. students will apply what they what they learned in the visual arts across subject areas to develop competencies and creative skills in problem solving, communication, and management of time that contribute to life-long learning and career skills.