2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Jul 06, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog

ART 113 - Three-Dimensional Design

ART 1115
Description: Study of design principles with emphasis on three-dimensional aesthetics. Planning of sculptural, utilitarian, and environmental objects. Application of design principles.

Prerequisites: Reading Proficiency

Credits: 3
Lecture: 2
Lab: 4

Course Content:
  1. Basic design principles including repetition, variety, rhythm, balance, emphasis and economy, and proportion
  2. Basic design elements including form, space, line, texture, light, color, and time
  3. Construction Methods including found objects and assemblage, addition and manipulation, subtraction and casting.
  4. Formal elements and principles of design
  5. Historical and contemporary art examples
  6. Critique

Learning Outcomes:
  1. Identify, analyze and synthesize design principles in three-dimensional art work. (1,2,4)
  2. Assemble found objects to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
  3. Use additive and manipulative art techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
  4. Use subtractive art techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
  5. Use casting techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
  6. Use art terminology to critique and evaluate art work. (1,2)
  7. Identify, analyze and utilize the formal elements and principles of design. (4)
  8. Recognize historical or contemporary examples of the fine arts or crafts. (5)
  9. Use media specific terminology to critique and evaluate works of art. (6)

Required Assessment:
  1. Critique and evaluation of art and artifacts.