Ceramics and the critique of corruption in society.
Mukoza, Walter Williams
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This study was meant to determine possible innervations of artists doing ceramics at Margret trowel school of industrial and fine arts and also checking out the role of ceramics can play in echoing corruption to society. The researcher aims at creating awareness amongst students and the society about the un loyal leaders and demonstration of corruption because some people are ignorant about forms of corruption they are living under. For this research questionnaires were handed out for feedback from the students and lecturers to find out what they feel about this research and also see their ideas and put them into practice. The other data collection method was observation method which I used to study the activities in relation to the subject. This observation was also moved to stationary level where the researcher read different historical information related to the research subject. And as far as ceramic art is concerned, the required materials such as clay paint paper and many more. In other words, this research is concerned with use of ceramics to act as a communication vessel to the public about corruption they live with and how they could get the government to help in overcoming it from society. It will introduce them into a whole new world of ceramic forms more especially in the school of Industrial and Fine Arts students. They will get to know that ceramics is not expensive but one could also use less materials but if creative, can make a better society.