This course builds on technical skills and historic and contemporary themes addressed in Sculpture I and Sculpture II while introducing advanced spatial strategies of three dimensional object –based installation and site specific work. In addition, students will present thoughtful research on contemporary artists that inform their studio practices, continue to develop artist statements, and observe professional standards of shop conduct and safety.
Prerequisite(s): ART 2700 Sculpture 2
This course builds on skills learned in Sculpture I while introducing advanced techniques using metal and wood fabrication, non-traditional art making materials, and contemporary themes. Students will continue to investigate spatial strategies, develop artist statements, and continue to further their knowledge of tools, equipment and materials, as well as observe professional standards of shop conduct and safety.
Prerequisite(s): ART 1700 Sculpture 1