Fine Arts | Sculpture I
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S270 Sculpture 1
This is a general, academic year course description intended as a
guide. Your instructor will provide you with your specific course
The study of sculpture with an emphasis on the relationships of volume
and space through modeling, carving, and construction. A variety of
materials including wood, steel, and plaster are utilized in exploring
and developing sculptural ideas. Well equipped work shop is available
for further exploration in construction areas.
The purpose of the course is to create an interest and knowledge in
the field of sculpture and what is available for further exploration.
Class format includes demonstrations, slide presentations, critiques
in a studio environment.
Assignments, Tests, and Grades: Elective problems and goals grow out
of preceding specific assignments; these vary according to the makeup
and experience of each particular class. Both individual and group
critiques are held. Grades are based on quality of artistic objects
and learning development. Attendance is required.
A lab fee is charged. Visit http://www.indiana.edu/~blbursar for fee