STUDENT SUPPLY LIST FOR ART 260 – 261
CERAMICS 1 & 11
1. 3-ring binder (for pre-punched hand outs and to hold blank paper for notes and to sketch on) and pen or pencil
♦2. Large clean-up sponge (synthetic is okay)
♦3. Small natural sponge (sea wool or sea silk, ‘elephant ear’ is the preferred shape for throwing.)
♦4. Plastic film (dry-cleaner bags, lightweight plastic liners, etc.)
♦5. Clean rags (cotton or linen, like old toweling, sheeting, pillowcases, shirts, T-shirts, etc.)
♦6. 1 or 2 lidded plastic containers, pint to quart size (like cottage cheese, yogurt, or margarine containers)
7. Old clothes, apron or smock to protect your clothing, this is especially important for throwers.
♦8. Heavy duty plastic bag (no holes) and twist tie for storing clay, roughly 3-5 gallon size.
♦9. Old toothbrush, old haircomb or piece of hair comb, and knife.
10. Optional (recommended) textbook available at the BCC Bookstore: Make It in Clay: A Beginner’s Guide to Ceramics
♦11. Ziplock bag (quart size) for storing your dust mask.
12. Japanese watercolor or Sumi ink brush, #4-8
13. Padlock for storage locker (optional but recommended)
♦14. Needle tool (wood or metal, like ‘dissecting’ needle used in biology)
15. Potter Tool Kit (PTK)—optional but highly recommended & contains all needed tools. Available at BCC Bookstore.
NOTE: items with a diamond (♦) should be brought to second class meeting.
All the above PLUS the following items:
As well as needle tool and sponge.