Students in Ceramics 1 get creative with a group 'selfie' for their class blog.
Ceramics Concentration major Bethany Chapman presents her Sculpture 1 found object sculpture in Vandiver Gallery in Thrift Library. The piece was made with leftover photography contact sheets and film, titled 'Exposed'.
Ceramics 1 class had their final exam critique in the Vandiver Gallery in Thrift Library. Great presentation of the work they made over the semester. It was a lot of hard work that produced a great variety of ceramic wares from Eathenware, Stoneware and Raku firings.
Ceramics concentration Major and Christian Studies Minor Matthew Benjamin Everett documents his completed ceramic wares to develop his portfolio.
Jan Walker's FA200 classes dive into their study of the Abstract Expressionist movement by painting their own Jackson Pollock-inspired canvases.
The junior graphic design class recently surprised Professor Speaker by all dressing up as him, both for Halloween and as a tribute to a historic Bauhaus professor, Johannes Itten.
ART335 Women in Art celebrated the season (and the subject) by dressing up as famous women from art history! Art history is NEVER static in the South Carolina School for the Arts!
Art Major/Ceramics Concentration Major, Morgan McCarver talks about her works and process during class critique with her professor and peers.
Intermediate ceramics student Katie Lasitter documents her ceramic wares at the end of the semester.
Students in FA200 celebrate Jackson Pollock Day by creating their own abstract art though mimicking his style.