AE 1170 - Sculpture for Educators
This introductory-level course investigates basic skills and conceptual ideas within sculpture through a wide variety of processes and materials. Students engage in creative possibilities through a three-fold approach: process as critical thinking, attention to materials, and knowledge of contemporary and historical sculpture artists as they relate to a K-12 curriculum. Upon successful completion of this course, students demonstrate the ability to use a variety of materials to create sculptural work with techniques that can be translated to a K-12 classroom. Further, students effectively articulate their conceptual ideas through class critiques and written reflection.
Prerequisites: FD 2130 - 3D Design: Space + Materiality
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Demonstrate application of basic sculpture techniques used to create three-dimensional work.
- Recognize contemporary and historical sculpture work.
- Define basic sculpture skills and conceptual ideas that can be translated to a K-12 classroom.
- Identify safety requirements for sculptural materials and tools used in a K-12 classroom.
- Illustrate effective communication of conceptual ideas through class critiques and written assignments.
AE 1170 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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