ART 2270 - Sculpture II
This sophomore-level course introduces students to mold making, casting, and methods of assemblage. Students will be exposed to a variety of processes and materials relating to mold making and casting to learn the technical and material knowledge necessary for this skill set. Congruently, students will be introduced to the historical and conceptual backgrounds of assemblage as well as current examples of contemporary artists working with assemblage. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand how to create a complex assemblage sculpture that incorporates objects from mold making and casting exercises.
Prerequisites: ART 1170 - Sculpture I
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Evaluate an object and identify the best methods to create an effective mold for casting.
- Understand the historical development of assemblage in sculpture and how relates to their design choices through class discussions and studio projects.
- Compose an arrangement of objects that considers formal, material, and conceptual elements within a freestanding sculptural composition that is structurally strong and secure.
ART 2270 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
Required Course Materials:
Supplies are based on individual project needs. Please plan for $150 in supplies.
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