ART 170A Beginning Sculpture (3)
Lec-35, Lab-70, Lec 2
Credit, Degree Applicable
Introduction to the basic elements of three-dimensional form and historical evolution of sculpture. Students will learn basic modeling in clay, mold making and beginning woodworking techniques. Emphasis will be placed on building technical skills, expression and artistic growth.
All sections will charge a material fee of $12.00
After successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Outcome 1: Appraise and solve problems during the creation of a work of art or design in three-dimensions.
- Outcome 2: Critically discuss three-dimensional work; this includes acquiring knowledge of design principles and terminology.
- Outcome 3: Be familiar with the basic materials and processes of sculpture. Basic materials include clay, plaster and wood, while basic processes include subtractive, additive, and mold making.
- Outcome 4: Recognize the importance of good craftsmanship.
- Outcome 5: Work with basic tools and equipment used in the creation of sculpture, this includes hand tools, power tools and the effective use of a sketchbook.
- Outcome 6: Be literate in contemporary conceptual approaches to sculpture and design.