Three-Dimensional Design

Three-Dimensional Design
Three-dimensional concepts, theories, and issues using a variety of media and processes. Readings, writings, and participation in course work exhibitions required.
 Hours1.5 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesPre-studio, pre-art education or art minor status.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Summer
 ProgramsContaining ART 133
Course Outcomes

Spatial Skills

Students will demonstrate ability to generate, organize and communicate ideas in full, three-dimensional space.

Technical Skills

Students will demonstrate awareness of principles of structure, function and content.

Aesthetic Sensibilties

Students will demonstrate an increased Art/Design vocabulary.

Technical Skills

Students will demonstrate heightened construction abilities and craftsmanship.

Ability to Articulate

Increased ability in the articulation of three-dimensional form, space, and visual dynamics.

Development of Awareness

  • Increased visual sensitivity, creativity, and a critical awareness of 3D issues.
  • Awareness of contextual issues in art & design.
  • Knowledge of contemporary practice in 3 dimensional genres.