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2014-2015 Course Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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22-2251 Contemporary Issues in Sculpture


This beginning course introduces material, techniques, and conceptual methods to develop students’ art-making practices. Contemporary sculpture is increasingly diversified, including object-making and other spatial art forms. Artists as visual communicators use many approaches and attitudes to articulate and disseminate ideas. Exercises, projects, and collaborative class work lead through concept development, choice-making, execution, presentation, and critique. Students will consider their own role regarding contemporary issues of audience, artistic attitude, desired mission, and social awareness as they develop their studio practice.

3 Credits
Requisites PREREQUISITES: 22-1220 Fundamentals of 2-D Design  and 22-1210 Drawing I  and 22-1230 Fundamentals of 3-D Design  and 22-1102 Art History II: Renaissance to Modern  or 22-1105 Introduction to Visual Culture  and 22-1210 Drawing I  and 22-1220 Fundamentals of 2-D Design  and 22-1230 Fundamentals of 3-D Design  or 22-1920 Making 2  or 22-1925 Making for Transfers 



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