Students are exposed to a broad range of materials, processes, techniques, and concepts as they pertain to both traditional and nontraditional approaches to making sculpture. Topics may include, but are not limited to, wood fabrication, cold and hot steel fabrication, casting and methods to include bronze casting and mould making. Different topics addressed in the courses will range from dealing with figure/body, space, site and environment. As the student advances through the courses he/she will be asked to take an increasing self-guided approach in his/her investigation of materials, techniques, and content to develop his/her own unique visual vocabulary.
ART 101 Basic Drawing I (4) ART 102 Basic Drawing II (4) ART 125 Foundation Design (4) ART 233 Global Art History I (3)ART 233M Global Art History I: Methods (1) ART 234 Global Art History II (3) ART 234M Global Art History II: Methods (1) ART 450 Contemporary Art, Design, and Theory (4)
ART 203E Introduction to Sculpture (4) ART 303E Intermediate Sculpture (4) ART 304E Sculpture Studio (4) ART 305E Sculpture Studio (4)
ART 203x Intro Studio (must be 2D) (4)ART 203x Intro Studio (4)ART 203x Intro Studio (4)ART 203x Intro Studio (4)ART 303x Intermediate (outside of emphasis) (4)Art History (Upper Level) (4)
x indicates the student may select from: A-Ceramics, B-Graphic Design, C-Painting, D-Printmaking, F-Photography, H-Drawing, K-Fiber/Textiles, L-Illustration, N-Papermaking.
Natasha Smith talks about her experience