Mar 07, 2021  
2020-2021 Academic Catalog 
2020-2021 Academic Catalog
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ART-2510 Three-dimensional Design

Credits 3
A continuation of  ART-1510   , Two-dimensional Design. The visual elements and principles of three-dimensional design will be explored with an emphasis on visual and critical thinking. Students will be introduced to materials and methods for developing a work of art in three-dimensional space and they will learn how to apply the principles of design to work that has multiple points of view. Students also will learn how to consider aesthetic and conceptual issues as well as solve technical problems in the creation of original art work. Through class critiques, students will gain experience in written and verbal analysis of their own work and the work of their peers.
Prerequisite(s): ART-1510  
6 studio hours.
Note: This course is recommended for both the Studio Art Concentration and the Digital Art Concentration.
(Not offered summer.)

Course Outcomes

  1. Use the vocabulary of three-dimensional design.
  2. Create original 3-dimensional designs that demonstrate the elements of art and the principles of design.
  3. Critique an artwork’s subject, craftsmanship, form, and content.
  4. Analyze an artwork’s subject, craftsmanship, form, and content.

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