Jul 02, 2022  
2021-2022 Lane Community College Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Lane Community College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ART 276 - Sculpture: Introduction

3 Credit(s)

A beginning course for students without prior training in sculpture. Explores fundamentals of sculptural processes and their aesthetic and theoretical considerations. Emphasizes development of hand-eye-mind coordination skills, understanding space and form, and the techniques of tool usage. Students complete a project in each basic process. Contents and expected learning proficiencies of this course vary from term to term. May be repeated up to 9 total credits.

Learning Outcomes
3D Design Theory and Practice:

  1. Students will create and analyze projects that demonstrate critical and creative thinking and knowledge of 3D/Sculptural theory and practice.
  2. Students will review and critique 3D art forms from diverse periods of human history.

Creative and Critical Thinking/ Problem Solving:

  1. Student will demonstrate personal aesthetic and conceptual decision-making using 3D/ Sculpture theory and practice.

3D Design Aesthetic Elements and Principles:

  1. Student will demonstrate knowledge and use of 3D design organizational principles and elements in various 3D Design media and processes.

Art Historical Theory and Practice

  1. Student will create images that reflect art historical and/or contemporary 3D Design practice and theory.

Critiques – Discussion, Analysis and Application:

  1. Students will analyze contemporary and/or historical art forms in relation to 3D Design media and theory.  
  2. Students will explore and analyze cultural ideas as they pertain to art history and various art disciplines, such as painting, photography, and sculpture.
  3. Students will analyze and critique personal and peer artwork using specific 3D Design practice and theory.



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