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Sculpture 2 (ARTS 2234)

Total Credits: 3
Lecture Credits: 1
Lab Credits: 2

Description: In this course, you will expand three-dimensional investigations using spatial relationships and techniques begun in Sculpture I in both figurative and nonfigurative forms. Your research will focus on awareness and appreciation of personal perceptions and interpretations that will develop critical thinking, formal language, and methods used in advanced sculpture course

Topical Outline:
1. Expansion of three-dimensional techniques
2. Augmentation of the elements and principles of good art design
3. Intensify the critical analysis of ideas
4. Research historical and contemporary Sculptural forms and ideas
5. Articulate through basic semiotics

Learning Outcomes:
1. Apply additive, subtractive and/or assemblage techniques
2. Point out and apply formal elements and principles used to express visual ideas
3. Critically evaluate art works as expressions of individual or human values within a cultural context
4. Acquire a chronicle of historical and contemporary Sculptural forms and ideas
5. Articulate an understanding of the basic study of signs and symbols as elements of communicative behavior

Prerequisites:  ARTS 1133

MnTC: Goal 6: The Humanities and Fine Arts