Introduces three dimensional concepts in the production of art and a critical, formal vocabulary in the pursuit of individual expression. Uses a variety of techniques and processes including mold making and casting in the creation of sculpture in the forms of multiples, series, narrative, progressions, and identity.
Art 272 3D Studio: Material in Real Space (5) VLPA This course establishes three-dimensional concepts and a critical, formal vocabulary. Projects explore the dependent relationship of visual, physical and experiential principals. Emphasis is placed on exposure to a variety of physical materials, processes and diverse approaches to defining and solving 3D investigations.
Student learning goals
visualize ideas in three dimensional form
understand the creative potential of a wide variety of materials and processes
understanding the safe and responsible use of tools and materials
develop a sense of constructive discourse and criticism when talking about visual art
General method of instruction
slides, videos, demonstrations followed by short term projects
Class assignments and grading
most projects will be content based and focus on using a particular material or process
grading is based on understanding the material presented, effort, participation and individual growth