[ART103] Introduction to Sculpture


This studio course introduces the fundamentals of three-dimensional design. It stresses line, plane, and volume and the ways these elements occupy and activate space. Additionally, principles that transform viewers’ interpretations and realize artistic intent are addressed through the use of unifiers, modifiers, symbols, metaphors, and embellishments. This course combines studio projects, class discussions, readings, and slide lectures with group critiques. Art appreciation is also a component of this course.

Course Title

Introduction to Sculpture

Course Code

ART103

Units

1

Prerequisites

Prerequisite: first-year standing or declared Studio Art or Art History major or minor.

Frequency

Offered each semester.

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