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KCSF 303 - Special Topics: Large Scale Ceramics
KCSF 303 - Special Topics: Multiplicity
KCSF 303 - Special Topics: Large Scale Ceramics
KCSF 303 - Special Topics: Multiplicity
mid-range porcelain and stoneware

Top Left: Mackenzie Lund, Sculpture and Functional Art, Overalls 2015
mid-range stoneware, 26”x16”x10”
Top Right: Sarah Lewis, Art History ‘16, Strong Girl 2015
mid-range stoneware, wood, foam, concrete, 36”x36”x12”

KCSF 303 - Special Topics: Multiplicity
Bottom: Nathan McCallum, Sculpture and Functional Art ’15, Hammers in Black and White 2014
mid-range slip cast porcelain, underglaze, glaze, 36”x36”x4”

Objects produced in the Large Scale Ceramics course are defined as anything larger than two feet in any direction. Specialized clay bodies, construction methods, and firing schedules are discussed and demonsrtrated.

Multiplicity is a multi-level multi-disciplinary course focused on ceramic processes as a means for making many objects. Three basic sub-topics are presented as assignments: production, multiples for scale, and numbers as concept.