Jul 06, 2020
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
- Basic design principles including repetition, variety, rhythm, balance, emphasis and economy, and proportion
- Basic design elements including form, space, line, texture, light, color, and time
- Construction Methods including found objects and assemblage, addition and manipulation, subtraction and casting.
- Formal elements and principles of design
- Historical and contemporary art examples
- Identify, analyze and synthesize design principles in three-dimensional art work. (1,2,4)
- Assemble found objects to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
- Use additive and manipulative art techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
- Use subtractive art techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
- Use casting techniques to create three-dimensional art work. (3)
- Use art terminology to critique and evaluate art work. (1,2)
- Identify, analyze and utilize the formal elements and principles of design. (4)
- Recognize historical or contemporary examples of the fine arts or crafts. (5)
- Use media specific terminology to critique and evaluate works of art. (6)
- Critique and evaluation of art and artifacts.