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Ceramics - This class offers the student exposure to the basic three-dimensional design concepts through the medium of clay. Students will experience various construction techniques to include hand-building processes to a more advanced level of proficiency as well as an introduction to the potter’s wheel. 
Satisfies UC/CSU requirements; Prerequisite(s):  None.

Ceramics Advanced - This course is for students who have successfully completed Ceramics and wish to continue in the area of ceramics on a more advanced level. Students begin to work more independently than in Ceramics. Students will learn how to throw three-dimensional forms on the potter’s wheel. They will begin to combine wheel-thrown forms with hand-built forms, which the student learned in Ceramics.
Satisfies UC/CSU requirements; Prerequisite(s):  Grade of “B” or better in Ceramics or permission from current Ceramics instructor.