Ceramics I

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Course Code: 
IFA 1212
Course Credit Units: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Discipline: 
Course Description & Objectives: 

Introduction to basic mass production methods and techniques in ceramics (studio and industrial) mould making and casting, the basic principles of throwing with emphasis upon the use of potters’ wheel, its structure, repair and maintenance. Aspects of kiln construction in production of low, medium and high fired ceramics.Course Objectives/Aims

  1. To provide an understanding of the wide scope of ceramics practice both as a studio and industrial; descriptive emphasis will be put on mass production.  
  2. To introduce within students an understanding of the process of ceramics studio and industrial production namely; Throwing on a potter’s wheel and casting with plaster of Paris moulds.
  3. To be able to take forward and directly apply basic taught principles in ceramics practice in an imaginative and personal way.
  4. To expose students to the basic mechanical maintenance of the potter,s wheel machine and the Kiln construction for varying firing temperatures.
Learning Outcomes: 
  • The student will be capable of producing various types of drawings for both 2-dimention and 3-dimentional objects. Drawing will originated from the students sources of inspiration especially in their surrounding orienting them to ceramic forms.
  • The student will acquire an appreciation of materials production, and decorating techniques in ceramics and the criteria for their selection.
  • The student will be able to appreciate the open ended, multi-disciplinary nature of making ceramic form in both studio and industrial ceramics.
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