3D Art 1, 2, 3

  • 3D Art 1: Students are introduced to and given opportunities to create art forms in a wide variety of threedimensional art media including wood, metal, plaster, clay, fibers and mixed media while learning safety procedures and technical skills necessary for working with these materials. Students practice translating two-dimensional design into a three-dimensional artwork. Students will explore various artists within the three dimensional realm.

    3D Art 2: Students in 3-D Art 2 will participate in the next series of sequential learning experiences building upon skills/and techniques experienced in 3D Art 1. Media include wood, metal, plaster, clay, fibers and mixed media. An emphasis of the course is on developing a conceptual approach to studio practice, including further developing analytical and critical thinking skills, exploring art historical precedents, and effective communication skills. Additionally, second-year students will begin a concentration in a material or process of their choice

    3D Art 3: 3D Art 3 students participate in the design and creation of original works of 3-D art with a concentration in materials or processes of their choice. Students will plan, implement and produce a significant portfolio of their own work. Students also will continue to explore in greater depth the works of specific artists, movements or cultural styles while further developing critical thinking and communication skills. Students will curate a show of their own work and/or others' work.