Portland State University. Department of Art
Andrea S. Joseph
Term of Graduation
Date of Publication
Master of Science in Teaching (M.S.T.) in Art
Pottery craft -- Study and teaching (Secondary), Luster-ware, Glazing (Ceramics)
1 online resource (3, vi, 87 pages)
This thesis deals with the implementation of luster and underglaze ceramic decorating techniques into the secondary ceramic curriculum. The formation and presentation of this unit is based upon historical and contemporary research of lusters and underglazes, as well as the author's own work with the materials. An instructional unit was designed to fulfill three primary objectives. First, to acquaint the student with the basic materials and techniques; second, to introduce the student to the conceptualization of successful imagery; third, to give the student ample opportunity to explore the uses and possibilities of the materials.
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Kent, Deborah Ann, "Advanced Decorative Ceramics Techniques for High School Students" (1981). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3073.