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ARTS 322: Sculpture 2: Form and Context

In this intimate and nimble seminar, we will continue our exploration of the many wonders of sculpture, further developing our previous studio-based investigations. During several short and two prolonged problem-based assignments we will work to develop our personal voice and a more nuanced material expression in our art. We’ll be introducing interior and exterior site-specific installation, casting, advanced woodworking and welding techniques, as well as the potential for interactive robotics and digital media, to the range of possibilities. In Arts 322 you are free to explore the processes that most intrigue you--no specific material or sculptural format will be required. Prerequisite: Studio Art 122, 150, 151, 232 or instructor permission
6 credits; ARP; Not offered 2021-2022