ARTS 275
Intermediate Sculpture Spring 2020
Division I

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This course is an exploration of the media and processes of sculpture. The focus will be on the development of technical and analytical skills as they relate to the interplay of form, content, and materials. You will be introduced to a variety of techniques and processes associated with the making of sculpture, including, but not limited to, building forms out of cardboard, woodworking and welding. The field of sculpture has grown to encompass a broad array of approaches towards manipulating form and space, thus a wide variety of media exploration is encouraged and expected. The course is structured on a series of sculpture projects, which investigate formal and conceptual practices, with the ultimate goal being visual fluency and the successful expression of ideas.
The Class: Type: studio
Limit: 12
Expected: 12
Class#: 3347
Grading: no pass/fail option, no fifth course option
Requirements/Evaluation: ability to speak powerfully in this language; grading also takes into account: effort, attitude, creativity, and studio responsibility
Prerequisites: any ARTS 100 or 100-level course
Enrollment Preferences: Art Majors get priority
Materials/Lab Fee: $175 lab fee charged to term bill
Distributions: Division I

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