|Course||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|ART 109||Three-Dimensional Design||(3-0) 3 Cr. Hrs.|
This course provides an introduction to the elements and principles of design as applied to the construction of three-dimensional form. Students are assigned projects using a variety of materials including, but not limited to wood, clay and found objects. These projects are intended to stimulate and inspire effective application of the design principles to three-dimensional art works.
(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
- Research three-dimensional art which encourages positive behavior.
- Explore the interrelationship of various art forms.
- Explain the ways in which the visual arts (three-dimensional form, in particular) can function within society.
- Demonstrate the interrelationship of two-dimensional and three-dimensional design concepts.
- Apply the elements and principles of design to three-dimensional form.
- Explore the effective use of color on three-dimensional form.
- Demonstrate the process of developing prototypes for large scale three-dimensional projects.
- Explore different materials that can be used to construct three-dimensional form.
- Explore different methods of joining materials in the construction of three-dimensional form.
- Create three-dimensional form which includes environmental context as part of the design.
Note: This course may not be offered every semester.
Please check the ART section of the current course schedule for availability.