Sculpture

Sculpture is a course of study that will introduce students to a broad range of traditional and contemporary sculpture practices. This area builds upon the study of formal spatial problems presented in Three-Dimensional Design with an approach that emphasizes conceptual thinking. During a semester course, students will be introduced to a variety of materials, methods and ideas. They will apply research and experiment with concepts and materials while displaying an understanding of form and craft. The primary goals of the course are: To continue development of vocabulary and the verbal articulation of ideas; to enhance critical thinking and problem solving skills; to further develop aesthetic sensibilities; and to expose students to basic sculptural ideas and materials.

Students will learn a variety of practical techniques and processes while studying the approach of sculptors of the 20th and 21st century.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SCULPTURE //
STACEY HOLLOWAY, SCULPTURE AREA HEAD
SCULPTURE FACILITY