ARTT 050. Sculpture I: Materials and Processes

This course is an introduction to 3-D design, through the study of the basic elements, techniques, materials, and history of sculpture. We cover both additive and reductive processes. Working hand tool and a range of materials provided by the instructor and found objects, emphasis will be placed on the development of form and structure, in regards to the concepts of space, form, volume, weight, mass, and design in sculpture. This course will be entirely remote. Students will receive materials from the instructor via mail and will also engage the mail and the internet as a means of sharing their work with their peers. The teaching method includes lectures and discussions, demonstrations of techniques, and individual guidance on studio projects.
Prerequisite: ARTT 001  or ARTT 002  
1 credit.
January 2021. Wheary.
Spring 2021. Staff.
Fall 2021. Staff.
Spring 2022. Staff.
Catalog chapter: Art and Art History  
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