This course provides the opportunity for a self-directed study in finding one’s voice as a sculptor by researching sources of influence and inspiration. Students are expected to undertake a significant amount of work outside of regular class meetings. The goal is for students to become fully versed in issues that define traditional and contemporary sculpture. Regular individual and bi- monthly critiques with visitors will be complemented by student presentations of issues pertaining to their work. Students will produce a visual presentation that highlights their interests, influences, and lines of inquiry.
1. Develop advanced capacities with the equipment for fabrication in analog and digital formats, developing further methods of construction involving wood, metal, plastics, plaster, and clay.
2. Gain fluency in advanced aesthetics of three dimensional form.
3. Develop further knowledge of the histories of sculptural practices up to the contemporary moment, in its diversity of cultural perspectives and identities.
Delivery Method: Fully in-person
Prerequisites: This is a 4000 level course and must require prior discussion with the faculty member. Students must have taken at least 2 studio courses in Visual Arts and have a portfolio pertaining to 3d making practices.
Course Level: 4000-level
T 8:30AM - 12:10PM (Full-term)
Maximum Enrollment: 14
Course Frequency: Once a year
Categories: 4000 , All courses , Four Credit , Fully In-Person , Sculpture , Updates