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 media and techniques, 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, write about, and discuss three-dimensional art.
Utilize three-dimensional art elements and organizing principles.
Demonstrate the ability to use a range of three-dimensional media and techniques.
Demonstrate proper basic sculptural lab safety and equipment procedures.
Concepts and Approaches to Three-Dimensional Design
Site specific/public art
Individual project self-reflections
Written critique essay
3D Elements and Principles
Exploration of a Range of Media and Techniques
Addition (build up)
Selection (context manipulation)
Basic Sculptural Design Lab Procedures
Health and safety issues/use of personal protective equipment