An Introduction to the central tenets of three-dimensional art and design. Understanding 3D form is essential for all majors including sculptors, architects, and industrial designers, and is necessary for successful 2D images. Through design and construction of assigned projects, students explore the conceptual and technical fundamentals of form study: scale, volume, mass, and space. Using a wide range of materials in conjunction with varied building techniques, students creatively investigate the 3D form and its position in space.
- Course Number: SFDN183
- Enrollment: Departmental Requirement
- Prerequisites: None
- Semester: Fall / Spring
- Type: Hybrid Studio / Critique (5hrs)