SCULPTURE

Sculpture 2                                                         Course Number: 50.0612001

This semester long course offers students in-depth study to the production of three-dimensional art making including additive, subtractive, casting and modeling processes while investigating a variety of media.  Students will make connections as they explore meaning, develop creative thinking skills, and search for contextual understanding resulting in authentic assessment and reflection.

Prerequisite: Sculpture 1

Sculpture 3                                                         Course Number: 50.0613001

This is an advanced study in sculpture, exploring more complex sculptural processes and techniques, construction of larger works and development of personal style in sculpture.  Students in Sculpture III are more involved in the decision making process regarding form and content.  There is continued study of historical and contemporary sculptors as well as the impact of sculpture in public spaces.  Art history, aesthetics and art criticism will be incorporated throughout the course.

Prerequisite: Sculpture 2

Sculpture 4                                                         Course Number: 50.0614001

This is an advanced study in sculpture, exploring more complex sculptural processes and techniques, construction of larger works and development of personal style in sculpture.  Students in Sculpture IV are more involved in the decision making process regarding form and content.  There is continued study of historical and contemporary sculptors as well as the impact of sculpture in public spaces.  Art history, aesthetics and art criticism will be incorporated throughout the course. Students will work in a more conceptual manner to develop their own ideas, style and artistic voice while developing a portfolio.

Prerequisite: Sculpture 3

Sculpture 1                                                         Course Number: 50.0611001

This semester long course introduces students to the production of three-dimensional art making including additive, subtractive and modeling processes of sculptural construction.  Sculpture’s influence on the environment will be examined, as well as the investigation of a variety of media.  Students will make connections as they explore meaning, develop creative thinking skills, and search for contextual understanding resulting in authentic assessment and reflection.

Prerequisite: Introduction to Art

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