This course introduces the methodologies and
concerns consistent with the creation of
sculptural works of art. Drawing upon the basic
skills, processes, and concepts of working with
three dimensional forms, the curriculum examines
the expansiveness of sculpture's inherently
interdisciplinary definition. In addition to
sculpture fundamentals the course engages the
critical and theoretical concepts as they pertain
to the relationships between meaning and making.
Artists whose works exemplify historical and
contemporary approaches are examined through
lectures, screenings, and readings. 5 contact
hours per week.