Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

ARTS 3750 Sculpture in Expanded Media II

Prerequisite: ARTS 2750. Students are introduced to multitude construction methods and techniques in addition to learning how to communicate ideas through visual works. The course introduces both traditional and non-traditional techniques by examining multitude construction methods and techniques without boundaries in materials: not limited to paper, print, textile, wood, clay, plaster, photo, video, sound, performance and etc. The students in this class will create both individual and collaborative projects while focusing primarily on the creation of sculptural forms and material studies. Students will also be introduced to advanced Three-Dimensional Design, Surface Design, Weaving and a range of contemporary issues involving alternative media. Students will be encouraged to broaden their experience in various materials throughout the course study. Additional studio fee required; see semester course schedule for amount.