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Teaching Ceramics In a remote or hybrid model setting will be challenging, but I have some amazing ideas that will work well with new ceramics students that are learning how to work with clay but also how to express themselves with it. Several of the project themes I will use Underglaze which is a vibrant glaze that can be used on clay prior to firing (greenware) or in the bisque-state. Since my students will be potentially working from home often I wanted them to be able to use something versatile with a lot of potential (these glazes can be mixed too!). The Sgraffito technique uses Underglaze on greenware then the students carve into their work which allows the clay body color to show through and provide contrast-it's a no-fail and inspiring process for all that try it-no matter what the skill level.

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Teaching Ceramics In a remote or hybrid model setting will be challenging, but I have some amazing ideas that will work well with new ceramics students that are learning how to work with clay but also how to express themselves with it. Several of the project themes I will use Underglaze which is a vibrant glaze that can be used on clay prior to firing (greenware) or in the bisque-state. Since my students will be potentially working from home often I wanted them to be able to use something versatile with a lot of potential (these glazes can be mixed too!). The Sgraffito technique uses Underglaze on greenware then the students carve into their work which allows the clay body color to show through and provide contrast-it's a no-fail and inspiring process for all that try it-no matter what the skill level.

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