This course is an exploration in sculpture. Students will be exposed to a variety of materials and processes through which they will learn how to speak about and render objects in 3-D. Group 2 course.
Required Prerequisites ART 132
or ART 151
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Explain how to render and understand 3-D objects.
- Identify how objects interact within a given space.
- Define terminology relative to 3-D design, fabrication and criticism.
- Derive solutions to complex questions using unique problem-solving techniques.
- Formulate written and verbal language to describe the 3-D form.
- Analyze work made by their colleagues through formal critiques.
- Compare and contrast the strengths and limitations of materials used to complete course projects.
- Connect problem-solving techniques to the building trades and engineering fields of study.
- Combine communication and analytical skills to speak about complex and abstract ideas.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Be aware of the space around them by working in close proximity to their colleagues in a community studio setting.
- Collaborate with a team on course projects.
Learning How to Learn:
- Explore ways to navigate and discuss the sensitive nature of personal expression.
- Construct knowledge about answering open questions from verbal and visual stimuli.
- Identify what is required to know about visually breaking down an object in order to understand its composition.
- Self-assess and reflect upon their coursework and learning process.