William DePauw, Professor of Practice, Ceramics
William DePauw received his BFA in Painting from Northern Michigan University and his MFA in Ceramics from Tulane University in 2004. He has held the position of Professor of Practice and Ceramics Lab Tech since 2006.
Primarily occupied with making objects, Depauw is interested in the visual references embodied in physical form. He investigates the broad range of associations in an objects visual presence. Employing various arrangement and presentation strategies with these objects, Depauw investigates the subjective content that resonates with particular relationships and various juxtapositions.
DePauw is a member of The Staple Goods Artist’s Collective in the St. Roch Neighborhood, New Orleans.
Courses recently taught at Tulane:
Foundations in Art, Ceramics
Intermediate Wheel Throwing
Intermediate, Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture
Intermediate, Mold-Made Ceramics
Advanced Fabrication and Materials
Advanced Wheel Throwing
Independent Study in Ceramics
Department of Anthropology, 101 Dinwiddie Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 865-5336 email@example.com