In this sculpture course, students examine the language of three-dimensional form, structure, and space. The course develops personal expression, using a variety of themes and subject matter by ordering three-dimensional space through basic materials, such as clay, plaster, metal, and wood. It offers experiences with differing approaches within cultural contexts and integrates history, theory, and criticism, showing the interrelationship of the creative arts, humanities, and the self in western and non-western cultures. (Materials Fee: $25) C-ID ARTS-101.
Course Number: 2656