Courses: Sculpture: Materials and Techniques (ARTSH243B01)

Spring 2012

This course is designed to give students an in depth introduction to a comprehensive range of three-dimensional concepts and fabrication techniques. Emphasis will be on wood and metal working, and additional processes such as casting procedures for a range of synthetic materials will be introduced in class. Students will be encouraged to develop their own visual vocabulary and to understand their ideas in the context of contemporary sculpture. Projects are designed to provide students with a framework to explore all sculptural techniques introduced in class while developing their own personal form of visual expression. Course may be repeated for credit.

Prerequisites: Fine Arts Foundations or consent.

Fulfills: HU III

Department

Fine Arts (Web site)

Taught By

Staff

Meeting Times

M 9:00-12:00