ART.-142 Basic Three-Dimensional Design
Credits 3 / 6 Contact Hours
Pre-requisite: Placement into RDNG-016 (ACSR-016). Pre- or Co-Requisite: ART.-010 or ART.-011.
An Introductory course in Three-Dimensional Design, which prepares the student to go on to a variety of advanced courses in fine art and design. The focus is on the introduction to and the application of the visual fundamentals of three-dimensional design. It provides basic experience in the expression of personal ideas in form, using a variety of techniques and methods for forming materials in three-dimensional space.
Upon the completion of this course, you will be able to:
● Effectively define and utilize basic visual, verbal, and written vocabulary specific to three-dimensional art and design.
● Correctly name, define, and effectively use the seven principles of design: line, form, space, texture, value, color, and light.
● Correctly name, define, and use the seven principles of design: repetition, variety, emphasis, economy, proportion, balance, and rhythm.
● To conceptualize, visualize, design, and critique artwork that exploits three-dimensional space.
● To define, apply, and analyze design concepts/theory specific to the creation of three-dimensional visual are.
● Become familiar with and describe historical precedents that affect processes, materials, and conceptual elements in current three-dimensional and sculptural practices.
● Effectively utilize and express representations, conceptual, symbolic, and/or metaphoric thought, drawing on one's own personal experiences and/or interests in the design/creation of three-dimensional artwork.
● Develop a portfolio of a minimum of 6 projects that may be used as substantial work the student has created in this class.