陶 Ceramics
Firing clay with glaze at a high temperature, from about 800°to 1300°centigrade, students create ceramic works. There are various types of clay and glaze, as well as diverse ways of firing. Accordingly, by the combination of these things, a variety of expressions will appear.
Curriculum
<em>Tebineri</em> (Hand-forming) <em>Tebineri</em>: Started taking shape <em>Tebineri</em>: Finishing touches <em>Tebineri</em> work Pottery wheel Turn the pottery wheel to make a tea bowl Scrape off any excess
Plaster mold casting Make a prototype of the plaster mold Preparation for the plaster mold Cast the slip Open the mold Lighting equipment
Black ceramics Making a kiln for black ceramics Smoking Black ceramic work <em>Raku yaki</em> pottery (<em>Raku</em> ware) Take the works out of the kiln <em>Raku yaki</em> works
Creation of a large piece/ sculpture Creation of a large piece/ sculpture‐Started taking shape Creation of a large piece/ sculpture‐Finishing stage Large ceramic piece Graduation work <em>Tebineri</em> (Hand-forming) Final critique session
Introduction Movie
Ceramics
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Faculties
  • 吉田 潤一郎 Yoshida Junichiro
  • 天野 裕夫 Hiroo Amano
  • 木方 髙 Takashi Kiho
  • 黒田 薫 Kaoru Kuroda
  • 両角真理子 Mariko Morozumi
  • 大平 真己 Maki Ohdaira
  • 関根 佳代子 Kayoko Sekine
  • 柴田 菜月 Natsuki Shibata
  • 鈴木 寿一 Toshiichi Suzuki
  • 碓井 直弘 Naohiro Usui
  • 小山 暁子 Akiko Koyama
Student Works
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You can view additional works of students in the Ceramics Course on the Student works/Ceramics Page.