CFA 1092. Fine Art Fundamentals II: Sculpture. 3 Credits.
This fundamental course in 3-D form and thinking introduces students to a wide variety of techniques, fabrication strategies, and conceptual approaches to form and space. Basic carpentry and welding skills will be taught, along with methods of making simple connections, cutting and bending, modeling, , mold making and casting. Through demonstrations and research students will be exposed to contemporary methods of fabrication and their uses in contemporary art. Class and individual projects will be critiqued by the instructor and fellow students, with an emphasis on experimentation and the development of project management skills. Fundamentals of Fine Art: Sculpture is a prerequisite for more advanced courses in sculpture, installation, and performance.