Advanced 3-D Design offers advanced students the opportunity to explore and refine concepts, fundamental principles, processes and techniques that deal with three-dimensional compositions. Coursework is based on state and district standards adopted for the art curriculum. Studio includes assignments to develop three-dimensional compositions that stress problem solving and experimentation. Media to be explored but not limited to: ceramics, art metals, found objects, and mixed media. Students will be required to keep an active sketchbook. Artist and individual research is required. Students will develop an increased art vocabulary to participate in class and self-critiques. Students should expect test and quizzes on techniques, art vocabulary, and concepts. Students will have the opportunity to attend art exhibits. Students will be required to purchase some materials.
Prerequisites: Art Foundations 1, 2, 3, 4, and Drawing Intensive