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3D201 - Sculpture I
Sculpture a two-course year-long sequence, 6 credit hours, is required of all Fine Arts majors. Sculptural studies is the 3D component of the sophomore fine arts core and serves as an introduction to the materials and process of the 3D fine Arts department. This includes Sculpture, Metals, Jewelry and Ceramics. Sculptural studies may also serve as a studio elective for students outside the major. Sculptural Studies builds on the formal language and fine art skills introduce in 3D basic design. The relationship of form and idea are explored in the personal context, both through traditional and experimental processes. Additive(modeling), mold making, casting, construction (metal and wood) and installation/performance are all covered. Of equal importance to the skills learned is the development of the students creative ability to creative ability to explore, problem solve and communicate contemporary sculptural ideas. Group critiques contribute to the learning environment by encouraging a free exchange of ideas. Critical theory is introduced through guided written research and presentations on contemporary sculptors. Based on the scope of a student's project or level of study there may be additional costs for materials and supplies. Satisfies: Major Requirement

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Description Sculpture a two-course year-long sequence, 6 credit hours, is required of all Fine Arts majors. Sculptural studies is the 3D component of the sophomore fine arts core and serves as an introduction to the materials and process of the 3D fine Arts department. This includes Sculpture, Metals, Jewelry and Ceramics. Sculptural studies may also serve as a studio elective for students outside the major. Sculptural Studies builds on the formal language and fine art skills introduce in 3D basic design. The relationship of form and idea are explored in the personal context, both through traditional and experimental processes. Additive(modeling), mold making, casting, construction (metal and wood) and installation/performance are all covered. Of equal importance to the skills learned is the development of the students creative ability to creative ability to explore, problem solve and communicate contemporary sculptural ideas. Group critiques contribute to the learning environment by encouraging a free exchange of ideas. Critical theory is introduced through guided written research and presentations on contemporary sculptors. Based on the scope of a student's project or level of study there may be additional costs for materials and supplies. Satisfies: Major Requirement
Prerequisites FN101 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 4.50> and FN102 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> and FN111 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 3.00> and FN112 / Studio <min grade = D-, min credit = 4.50> or
Corequisites N/A
Fees Sculpture Lab Fee 3D $73.00
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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