Jan 17, 2022
ART 102 - Design II: Three Dimensional5 Credits
Application and study of the fundamental elements and principles of design as they specifically apply to 3-D form and space. Emphasis on the relationships and differences between 2- and 3-D design.
Pre-requisite(s) ART 101
Designed to Serve All students
Active Date 2011-06-13
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 25
Contact Hours: Lecture 33 Lab 44 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 77
Degree Distributions: AA Humanities Area II
General course instruction will be facilitated through hands-on projects supported by a lecture program. Early explorations will include the transformation of structural objects and human-made objects. The student will have experience in translating two-dimensional hand drawn design into a three-dimensional object. Options include fold, pierce, bend, stretch fibers; saw, drill, carve into a sheet of wood; bend, cut, drill, twist, forge a sheet of metal. Finally, students will gain experience in designing an environmental sculpture. Options include constructing a model for a large scale environmental sculpture and designing a concept for a water sculpture.
Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate ability to define three-dimensional design and distinguish it from two-dimensional design.
Apply elements and principles of design to three-dimensional form and space.
Demonstrate understanding of three-dimensional design in architecture, Industrial design, Interior design, landscape design and sculpture.
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