Inlaid Slip Decorated Tea Bowls
Students research and discuss the significance of celadon pottery within 12th century and modern-day Korean society. They create their own pieces using inlaid slip designs and celadon glaze.
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Making an Impression
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9th - Higher Ed Visual & Performing Arts
Pots Designed for Specific Foods
Serving vessels have been used for thousands of years. Learners research how specific foods have been served throughout history and what specific styles of serving dishes were used. They design and create a serving dish that takes...
9th - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
Concepts of Beauty Put Into Words
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