ART 120 - 3D Design [SUN# ART 1115]
3 Credits, 5 Contact Hours
2 lecture periods 3 lab periods
Introduction to three-dimensional design. Includes concepts and approaches to three-dimensional design, critical analysis, 3D design elements and principles, exploration of a range of three dimensional traditional and digital processes, and basic sculptural design lab procedures.
Recommendation: Completion of ART 100 before enrolling in this course. If any recommended course is taken, see a financial aid or Veteran’s Affairs advisor to determine funding eligibility as appropriate.
Gen-Ed: Meets AGEC - FA; Meets CTE - A&H.
Course Learning Outcomes
- Create content utilizing three-dimensional art concepts.
- Demonstrate the ability to critically analyze three-dimensional art.
- Utilize three-dimensional art elements and organizing principles.
- Demonstrate the ability to use a range of three-dimensional traditional and digital processes.
- Demonstrate proper basic sculptural lab safety and equipment procedures.
- Concepts and Approaches to Three-Dimensional Design
- Non-objective design
- Ready-made/context manipulation
- Site specific/public art
- Critical Analysis
- Group critiques
- Individual project self-reflections
- Written critique essay
- 3D Elements and Principles
- Focal point
- Exploration of a Range of Media and Techniques
- Digital Fabrication (3d printing, laser engraving and cutting, CNC equipment)
- Others (non-traditional objects/materials)
- Addition (build up)
- Subtraction (carving)
- Substitution (casting)
- Selection (context manipulation)
- Basic Sculptural Design Lab Procedures
- Health and safety issues/use of personal protective equipment
- Lab waste disposal procedures
- Responsible cooperative shared lab use
- Proper use of tools and equipment
- Hand tools
- Wood fabrication equipment
- Metal fabrication equipment
- Digital Fabrication Equipment
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