ART 105 - Sculpture 1
3 humanities credits
An introduction to visual thinking in three-dimensional form and space. Students develop an appreciation and understanding of the elements of line, plane, shape, volume, surface, light, and mass as they relate to 3D form and space. Texture, transparency, unification, modification, color, and other effects are also incorporated. Lectures and critiques emphasize creative expression through the interaction of ideas, materials, and tools, and expose students to a wide range of materials and processes through historical examples to develop a broad three-dimensional experience.
Notes: No previous art experience is necessary.
Class Hours: 4