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Ceramics

Code: C500     Acronym: C

Keywords
Classification Keyword
OFICIAL Fine Arts

Instance: 2017/2018 - 1S

Active? Yes
Responsible unit: Fine Arts Department
Course/CS Responsible: Fine Arts

Cycles of Study/Courses

Acronym No. of Students Study Plan Curricular Years Credits UCN Credits ECTS Contact hours Total Time
AP 23 Official Study Plan 2011 3 - 4,5 64 121,5
4

Teaching Staff - Responsibilities

Teacher Responsibility
Teresa Maria Castro de Almeida

Teaching - Hours

Theoretical and practical : 4,00
Type Teacher Classes Hour
Theoretical and practical Totals 1 4,00
Leonor Dupic de Lencastre Ferreira Marques 4,00

Teaching language

Suitable for English-speaking students

Objectives

• Knowing the ceramic process;
• Identifying the features of ceramic materials;
• Complementing the work in the curricular unit of Ceramics and other curricular areas;
• Exploring the expressive potential of technical ceramics;
• Valuing experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio;
• Stimulating critical reflection on contemporary ceramics.


Learning outcomes and competences

The study of the context and the ceramic raw material allows to know the ceramic process and to identify the features of ceramic materials.

 

Knowledge of ceramic equipment and laboratory practice allow exploiting the expressive potential of ceramic techniques from the field of the use of ceramic kilns, machines, tools and utensils, well as testing different clays, ceramic fluxing agents and auxiliary products.

 

The modeling exercises, sculpture and ceramic painting allow experimental methodologies associated with working in the studio.


 Theoretical and practical classes, the use of digital platforms, the practical component exercises, study visits to exhibitions, workshops and other activities organized abroad allow to know the ceramic process, enhance the experimental methodologies associated with the studio work and encourage discussion criticism of the current ceramics.

Working method

Presencial

Program

- The ceramics in context: concepts and genres;

- Raw materials: geological characterization;


- Ceramic kilns, machinery, tools and utensils;

- Laboratory Practice - tests and records: binders, dyes,      fluxing agents and auxiliary products;

- Ceramic process: modeling and painting.

Mandatory literature

Daniel Rhodes; Terre et Glaçures

Complementary Bibliography

Nino Caruso; Cerâmica Viva
Robert Tichane; Clay Bodies
Dessain et Tolra; La Ceramique Archictectural
Leone Papua; La Coccion de Productos Cerâmicos
Fernandez Chiti; Manual de Esmaltes Cerâmicos
Júlio Resende; A Cerâmica
Christine Constant; The Potter’s Palette

Teaching methods and learning activities

The teaching-learning process takes place in the space of the Faculty, with possible field trips and workshops with invited experts. The teaching methods used are summarized as follows:

• Practical lessons in the classroom aimed at UC of Ceramics I.
• Other practical classes using audiovisual media, texts and others.
• Use of digital platforms for discussion and information sharing.
• Visits to exhibitions, studios and other activities organized abroad.

 

The classes of Ceramics I will have a practical component with the following exercises:


1) Collective modelling on the plan (withe stoneware). Size: approximately 100x100 cm (minimum thickness of 2 cm). Organization of various groups with a maximum of 5 students. Study of the plans, surfaces and textures. 

2) Modelling of a sculpture in clay (small format).

3) To paint a collective panel of glazed tiles.


Final report on the development of work established.

keywords

Humanities > Arts > Fine arts

Evaluation Type

Distributed evaluation without final exam

Assessment Components

Designation Weight (%)
Participação presencial 20,00
Trabalho de campo 80,00
Total: 100,00

Calculation formula of final grade

20% (2 val) + 80% (18 val) = 100% (20 val)

Observations

Distributed evaluation without final exam.

The evaluation process is continuous and by the
end of the semester the student must present a report with the projects of each exercise , fact sheets , a brief descriptive text, photographic records of the various stages of the process and the finished ceramic pieces
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