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Three-Dimensional Design 1 - Wyrick

 Barren
Lauren Campbell
 Found Unity by Johanna Becerra
Johanna Becerra
 Sweetgrass by Julia Shealor
Julia Shealor


Welcome to Three Dimensional Design!

In this course, students will utilize the principles and elements of design in three-dimensional forms.  Additive, subtractive, and manipulation techniques will be used with a variety of media (clay, wood, wire, etc.) to explore the sculptural form.  Major sculpture artists, periods, and styles will be studied. Criteria for critically assessing a variety of products and making informed choices will be explored.

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Welcome Week

Unit I

(Weeks 1-5)

Unit II

(Weeks 6-7)

  • Project:  Found Unity (relief)
  • Art History:  Historical and Contemporary Artists
  • Written Response to Artist Using the Critical Method

Unit III

(Weeks 8-9)

  • Project:  Metamorphosis (subtractive carving)
  • Art History: Historical and Contemporary Artists
  • Written Response to Artist Using the Critical Method
 

Unit IV

(Weeks 10-11)

  • Project:  Wearable/Functional Sculpture (jewelry component)
  • Art History: Historical and Contemporary Artists
  • Written Response to Artist Using the Critical Method
 

Unit V

(Weeks 12-14)

  • Project:  Expressions through Ceramics
  • Art History: Historical and Contemporary Artists
  • Written Response to Artist Using the Critical Method

Unit VI

(Weeks 15-17)

  •  Project:  Student-driven Exploration
  • Art History: Historical and Contemporary Artists
  • Written Response to Artist Using the Critical Method

(Week 18)

  • Exam Review



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