Introduction to Sculpture and Form
ARTS 1630 - 3 credits
Contemporary approaches to three-dimensional design using basic materials and techniques. Concept development and structural problem-solving are emphasized. Examples of form in nature, sculpture, architecture, and industrial design are studied.
No pre-requisite required but ARTS 1410 (Three- Dimensional Design) is strongly recommended.
Studio: 4 hours
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