Ceramics in China
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Fall Semester 2015
September 7 – December 14

(dates may vary slightly)

12 Credit Hours: Graduate or Undergraduate

Through a unique linkage, West Virginia University have teamed with the Pottery Workshop to offer a comprehensive study opportunity for the serious advanced or professional ceramic artist/potter. The Imperial Porcelain City of Jingdezhen is the crown jewel of ceramics. The program will take place from early September thru mid-December. (Exact dates will be determined by international ticket availability). This program will offer 12-credits hours of advanced undergraduate, graduate or professional level studies in Ceramics, basic language and culture, and Chinese ceramic art history.

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China’s roots in ceramic art history are strong and deep. For thousands of years, Chinese artisans have developed and mastered techniques and artistry that has set the standard of excellence in ceramics throughout the world. High fired porcelains, underglaze and overglaze techniques, celadons, copper reds, temmoku, yaoware carving, ash glazes and tri-colored lead glazes are just a few of the contributions made by Chinese artisans over the centuries.

Dates may vary slightly as a result of ticket availability.

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