Ceramics: Master Technician

Program Length:
2 Semesters
Department:
Art
Program Level:
Certificate of Achievement

In this course of study students will gain an important understanding of the equipment needed to produce ceramics, as well as how to use and repair it. The studio ceramics and sculpture classes use a lab-and-lecture concept that focuses on demonstrations and one-on-one assistance to develop the student’s creativity and ability to produce a broad range of ceramic objects. In the capstone class, Art Seminar, students are led through a spectrum of professional practices that will assist them in presenting and promoting their artwork in today’s changing marketplace.

 

Ceramics - Master Technician Certificate of Achievement

Studio ceramics is an exciting field of personal expression with many career possibilities ranging from fine artwork and sculpture to production tableware. This comprehensive study course and certification program combines the pragmatic nuts and bolts investigation of studio ceramic technology and personal artistic development, along with important aspects of promoting and presenting finished works in the art, craft and industrial marketplace. In this course of study students will gain an important understanding of the equipment needed to produce ceramics, as well as how to use and repair it. The studio ceramics and sculpture classes use a lab-and-lecture concept that focuses on demonstrations and one-on-one assistance to develop the student’s creativity and ability to produce a broad range of ceramic objects. In the capstone class, Art Seminar, students are led through a spectrum of professional practices that will assist them in presenting and promoting their artwork in today’s changing marketplace.

Additional Information 

Number of students who completed this program between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017: 0

Ceramics Master Technician - Certificate Requirements

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Because of the low number of students completing this program, Mendocino College does not report:
•The percentage of completers with student debt;
•The median cumulative debt for completers in this program;
•The amount of Federal student loan debt;
•The amount of Private loan debt;
•The amount of Institutional financing plan debt;
•The number of students who completed the program within the normal program time;

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