Ceramics and Art in Hungary and Romania
This program offers the student majoring in ceramics as well as the student majoring in art in other studio disciplines (painting, sculpture, printmaking etc.) an opportunity to work in the premier European ceramics studio while earning credit in course work that will apply to their satisfactory academic progress to a BA, BFA, or MFA degree. Because the program is in Hungary, the student of ceramics will have a unique opportunity to learn about Herend porcelain, the Royal porcelain works of the Austo-Hungarian Empire founded in 1826. More advanced students will be able to work with the porcelain clay the Herend works uses.
| Students will experience having their work fired in a wood-fired kiln as well as gas and electric.
For more information please see the College of Fine Arts webpage.
Courses and Credits
Yamada International House, 56 E. Union Street, Athens OH 45701 (740) 593-1840