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ART 252. Three-Dimensional Design. 3 Credits.

This course provides students with the processes to create three-dimensional shapes. The first part of the course is a study of geometric and organic forms. By using materials such as cardboard, styrofoam, plaster, and clay, forms are constructed that explore the relationship of parts to the whole in their spatial context as the basis of good design. Additional problems stress the tectonic aspects of design and how they are used to create sculptural forms. An assigned portrait study in clay, along with procedures for plaster molding and casting, will be completed by the end of the course. Artists and approaches will be introduced from western and non-western perspectives. Prerequisites: ENG 098, FYE 101, RDG 098, (or placement). Fall.

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