FORM AND SURFACE
YOU MUST HAVE FIRST REGISTERED WITH QUEEN CITY CLAY BEFORE REGISTERING FOR ASHLAND CREDIT
2D and 3D art are usually taught separately, just as making forms and then surfacing them are often thought of as two separate ceramic processes. This class addresses how to integrate the form and surface together, so the surfacing doesn't become an afterthought, improving the overall craft of the work. This class addresses design issues that art educators often face with students in the classroom and gives them tools to apply appropriate 2D surfaces to 3D objects. This allows teachers to create lessons for the classroom that address 2D and 3D design within the same project. They will also learn how to create several types of forms and to use and fire several different surfacing products that they may not have had access to before.
- Location of Meeting:Queen City Clay