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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
FA 1170
Class Description: 
This course is an introduction to a wide variety of the processes, materials, and conceptual aspects of 3D art-making. Students learn to engage their art-making in a three-fold approach: critical thinking as a process, attention to materials, and knowledge and exposure to contemporary and historical artists through lectures. Students investigate formal aspects of sculpture and the development of ideas. They expand written and oral communication skills regarding aesthetics and art as they develop and employ research methods by which to nourish their art-making. They explore a variety of new working methods: individual, small group, and class collaboration. At the conclusion of this course, students will have worked with wood, fibers, metals and other alternative forms to create a coherent body of work. (Formerly FA 1250) Prerequisites: none