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Ceramics unit
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  • 1. Ceramics Unit
  • 2. CLAY
  • 3. CLAY STIFF, STICKY KIND OF EARTH THAT IS USED IN CERAMICS.
  • 4. CERAMICS
  • 5. CERAMICS ART OF MAKING OBJECTS WITH CLAY TO PRODUCE POTTERY AND SCULPTURE
  • 6. POTTERY
  • 7. POTTERY TAKING CERAMICS AND FIRING IT IN A KILN TO MAKE IT STRONGER
  • 8. KILN
  • 9. KILN FURNACE CLAY IS FIRED IN THE TEMPETURE IN THE KILN CAN REACH 2000 PLUS DEGREES
  • 10. KNEAD/WEDGE
  • 11. KNEAD/WEDGE REMOVING AIR BUBBLES FROM THE CLAY, AIR BUBBLES CAN CAUSE A PIECE TO BLOW UP
  • 12. SCORE
  • 13. SCORING ROUGHING UP THE SURFACES OF THE CLAY TO ACT AS AN ADHESIVE ELEMENT WHEN ATTACHING TWO PIECES OF CLAY TOGETHER
  • 14. TEXTURE
  • 15. TEXTURE HOW SOMETHING FEELS WE CAN CREATE SMOOTH SURFACE OR A ROUGH SURFACE
  • 16. COIL CONSTRUCTION
  • 17. COILS LONG ROLL JOINED INTO A CIRCLE OR SPIRAL
  • 18. SLAB CONSTRUCTION
  • 19. SLAB FLAT SHEETS OF CLAY USED TO CREATE BOXED POTTERY
  • 20. GREENWARE
  • 21. GREENWARE CLAY PROJECT BEFORE IT HAS BEEN FIRED IT IS VERY FRAIL AT THIS STAGE
  • 22. BISQUEWARE
  • 23. BISQUREWARE PROJECT HAS BEEN FIRED ONE TIME
  • 24. Building a Vessel • Finish researching coil and slab design assignment • Sketch your ideas • Create your vessel 1. Wedge clay (remove air bubbles) 2. Create the base 3. Attach coils or slabs-be sure to score each piece
  • 25. ASSIGNMENT • CREATE A VESSEL OUT OF COILS AND OR SLABS- SIZE 4-6 INCHES TALL OR WIDE

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