AR1065 - Art Foundations 3D: Materials and Meaning
Foundations studio course. Investigates how dimensional space, as a context for art, affects both materials and meaning. Through exposure to aesthetic and critical theory and art history, students develop a process of working that allows them to conceptualize and investigate their own ideas. Focuses on concepts and practices surrounding the use of dimensional space and form as a visual language. Introduces students to a wide range of materials, from clay to video, and to a variety of issues in contemporary art. Not open to students who have earned credit for AR 1060. Additional course fee required. Falls and Springs.