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ART 269C: Study Abroad: Japanese Cultural Tour —Ceramic Pottery and Kilns (4 credits)

Course Description

An on-site study of Japanese pottery and kilns, using clay and sumi brush to analyze, understand and appreciate the development of Japanese Ceramic Art.

Pre-Requisite(s): Credit for ART 105B or 105C or consent of instructor.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand the development of Japanese ceramic art.
  • Use clay and sumi brush as a tool to analyze, understand and sensitively appreciate and appraise Japanese ceramic form and structure.
  • Execute the following pots or sculpture through hand building and wheel throwing ceramic techniques, glazing, and firing kilns: vases, bottles, bowls, plates and sculpture.
  • Through the use of drawing, writing and photography, understand the evolution of space, color and design in Japanese pottery and sculpture.

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Study Abroad: Japanese Culture Tour - Ceramics and Pottery and Kilns