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College Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ART 367 - 3-D Design


A series of three-dimensional projects using a basic visual language of line, texture, shape, plane, space, volume, and form will be explored. Critiques and structural testing of the projects lead to an understanding of functional and aesthetic relationships. The problem solving approach used in this class contributes to a resolution of spatial problems in a series of projects with references to sculpture, architecture, industrial design and interior design. ART 130 - Drawing I is recommended as an introduction to the studio courses in the department and ART 149 - Introduction to Visual Culture is recommended as an introduction to the art history courses. Although not strictly required, it is recommended that students complete either ART 160 or ART 161 before registering for advanced courses in Art History (i.e. ART 263 , ART 265, and selected topic courses). Three two-hour periods per week. Fall semester. (4 Credits)