Camille Johnson - Instructional Coach
Pottery III is a further extension of the Pottery II course in which students create and complete an intense assignment list. Experimentation will be encouraged, as will works of depth and complexity. Students may explore an area of concentration or attempt a variety of self-generated projects.
Pottery IV is an advanced study in ceramics methods, practices, concepts and history with directed guidance toward producing independent, professional work. The development of methods for realizing self-directed practices, and the commitment to rigorous work practice are expected. Students will be challenged to define their own formal aesthetic and individual goals with the support and input of fellow students and the instructor with the intention of developing new techniques and to reinforce current skills. Full Year enrollment required.