Fall 2018 Course: ARTS220 3D Design/Beg. Sculpture

Great Pyramids at Giza, Egypt. CC-licensed from Wikipedia used with permission from Rachel Foulk

Great Pyramids at Giza, Egypt. CC-licensed from Wikipedia used with permission from Rachel Foulk

3D Design/Beginning Sculpture introduces the studio art student to the basic elements of 3D design. This course also serves as a beginning sculpture course that introduces materials, fabrication techniques and content. This course will require the student to be prepared to engage in visual problem solving. This course studies the roles of the artist and art in the quality and character of human life and our cultural existence. The challenge this course offers is to bring the forth novel, innovative or imaginative visual solutions. The students in this course will participate in the on-going projects of the Aesthetic Engineering concept being developed at FSU. This class is best suited for students with a strong personal work ethic.

General Education Attributes: Culture, Cultural Enrichment

Section 1:

ARTS 220-211 R. Barnum MW 4:00-5:50pm CAC 118

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