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Majors & Minors (Undergraduate)

Ceramics (Concentration)

The Ceramics Concentration builds technical skills while honoring the interdisciplinary nature of your creative pursuits.

This concentration is an opportunity to focus a portion of your study (15 credits) in Ceramics as a supporting, interdisciplinary and integral part of a student's undergraduate experience.

Program Overview

In conjunction with their studio courses, students are advised to consider a listing of supporting humanities courses that sharpen and deepen the concentration.

This curriculum supports students with a variety of interests, from students interested in various permutations of the use of ceramics within a mixed media context to students interested in material science, new technologies, and industrial product design. This concentration is intended for students from any major outside of Ceramics who have an interest in exploring the medium as a supporting part of their studio practice. Declaration of the concentration is preferred in the sophomore year.

Sculpture by Kayleigh Porter
Sculpture by Valerie Vernon
Ceramic sculpture by Murjoni Merriweather
Sculpture by Kayleigh Porter

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Ceramics B.F.A.

Artist
Kayleigh Porter
Date
2010
Medium
Porcelain and human hair
Dimensions
11 x 25 x 15 inches

Ceramic sculpture by Lindsay Miller

Ceramics B.F.A.

Artist
Lindsay Miller
Date
2014
Medium
Porcelain, cork, commercial tile, and house paint
Sculpture by Valerie Vernon

Packet Piece

Ceramics B.F.A.

Artist
Valerie Vernon
Date
2014
Ceramic sculpture by Murjoni Merriweather

S E E M E

Ceramics B.F.A.

Artist
Murjoni Merriweather
Date
2017
Medium
Clay and gold leaf
Credit

Joseph Hyde

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