A course designed to introduce students to three dimensional problem solving and to sculptural processes and concepts. Students explore sculpture as a medium of aesthetic expression and develop an awareness of selected historical and contemporary trends in sculpture. A series of critiques, group discussions, research and information gathering assignments, lectures, and demonstrations, complement studio work. Fulfills general education requirements for The Arts category. Offered each semester.
A continuation of 137. Individual problems in sculpture. Prerequisite: 137. Offered each semester.
A continuation of 237. Students are expected to demonstrate greater independence and experimentation in their work. Prerequisite: 237. Offered each semester.
A,B. Concentrated individualized work for advanced students. Prerequisite: 337. May be repeated once for credit. Offered each semester.
Individually designed research studies, field experiences, or experimental studio projects in an area of special interest; carried out under the guidance of the instructor or a special supervisor. May be repeated for a maximum of three units of credit. Prerequisite: consent of the instructor. Offered as needed.
Equipment for the Sculpture Area