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Course Description

Learn the application of elements, principles and processes of making three-dimensional art forms. Apply in functional and nonfunctional designs using traditional and contemporary techniques related to clay, wood, metal and mixed medium. Explores the integration of visual elements and design concepts through developing studio projects. No previous art instruction is necessary. $426 includes $60 fee.

Learner Outcomes

Discuss design history and the artistic process including experimentation, sketching and modeling; Discuss elements of design including line/contour, planes, mass, positive/negative space, texture, light and color, and time and movement; Utilize concepts and principles of making sculptural art forms using a variety of materials and methods; Identify the integration of visual elements; Perform aesthetic critical evaluation by using observation, relationships and associations and interpretation.
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