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- D class assignments for undergraduates available in WAH116; phone (213) 821-1290.
- The Roski School of Fine Arts wants to accommodate as many non-majors, majors, and minors as possible in its classes. If you encounter any barrier to registering for a class of your choice, please call our advisers at 213-821-1290 or visit the Roski website at roski.usc.edu/students/d-clearance.html.
Practical and theoretical exploration of the nature of surface, form, volume and mass as fundamental elements of clay sculpture and the ceramic object. Duplicates credit in the former FA 112.
|33251D||001||Lecture-Lab||2:00-4:50pm||Mon, Wed||16 of 20||Karen Koblitz||WAH107|
|33252D||001||Lecture-Lab||2:00-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||16 of 20||Phyllis Green||WAH107|
|33253D||001||Lecture-Lab||6:00-8:50pm||Tue, Thu||19 of 20||Tanya Batura||WAH107|
An introductory course using wheel throwing techniques for ceramics to explore a variety of forms through three-dimensional exercises. Duplicates credit in the former FA 212.
|33255D||001||Lecture-Lab||9:00-11:50am||Friday||11 of 17||Julie Schustack||WAH107|
Provides a foundation in clay and glaze materials as they relate to making ceramic art. Duplicates credit in the former FA 213.
|33258D||001||Lecture-Lab||6:00-8:50pm||Wednesday||6 of 20||Julie Schustack||WAH107|
Directed examination of aesthetic concepts and investigation into personal ideas as they relate to the development of a creative visual language in ceramics. Duplicates credit in the former FA 312.
|33259D||001||Lecture-Lab||9:00-11:50am||Mon, Wed||11 of 13||Karen Koblitz||WAH107|
Directed examination of aesthetic concepts and investigation into personal ideas as they relate to the development of a creative visual language in ceramics. Duplicates credit in the former FA 412.
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