ART 3270 - Sculpture III
This junior-level course provides an overview of more advanced skills and concepts in sculpture as students define their individual direction as they investigate more closely the issues that pertain to their work. Through the activity of locating a topic (or topics) of interest, students “exhaust the metaphor” in their work through the exploration of various new and traditional sculpture techniques. Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate research skills through written papers and oral presentations. Students will demonstrate through formal critiques increased technical skills that are applied to topic(s) of research within a series of sequential sculpture projects.
Prerequisites: ART 2270 - Sculpture II
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Discuss artwork within the context of the history of sculpture.
- Design and manage own sculptural projects using traditional and contemporary fabrication methods.
- Create a sculpture as a response to another artist’s work.
- Create sculptures that respond to specific assigned topics.
ART 3270 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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