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FIN-235 Ceramics Intermediate I

4 hours, includes lecture + studio time; 3 credits


Clay will be explored as an expressive and functional medium, relating to contemporary ceramic ideas and concepts. The forming techniques employed will include: throwing, press molding, coil and slab construction. Surface enrichment and colour will be developed using slips, terra sigillata, and glazing techniques. Firing processes will include electric kilns, pit firing, raku and high fire reduction.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Completion of FIN 135

For more information on delivery methods for Fine Art courses for the 2020-2021 academic year, read the message from NIC's Fine Art Faculty.

For more information visit our timetable

For information about transferability: BCTransferGuide.ca 

FIN-235 Ceramics Intermediate I

4 hours, includes lecture + studio time; 3 credits


Clay will be explored as an expressive and functional medium, relating to contemporary ceramic ideas and concepts. The forming techniques employed will include: throwing, press molding, coil and slab construction. Surface enrichment and colour will be developed using slips, terra sigillata, and glazing techniques. Firing processes will include electric kilns, pit firing, raku and high fire reduction. Additional Information: Students will be required to pick up/drop off at Comox Valley Campus. Students will be required to pick up a material kit for specific assignments. Instructor will provide a supply list one month prior to class start date, students are required to purchase these supplies


Prerequisite(s):

  • Completion of FIN 135

For more information on delivery methods for Fine Art courses for the 2020-2021 academic year, read the message from NIC's Fine Art Faculty.

For more information visit our timetable

For information about transferability: BCTransferGuide.ca