32:252 3-D Design [Wood]

Prerequisite: both of the following: 32:130, 32:151 or permission of Instructor.

This is a studio course dealing with the principles and theories of three-dimensional design. Students will investigate the basic elements in visual organization such as form, space, volume, and mass, using a variety of materials and techniques. Theories of color, texture and value will be examined as they relate to the materials. This course serves as a foundation course into the other 3-D Design areas (Ceramics, Sculpture, Industry Design, Jewelry Design, and Architecture).

1.5 lecture hours per week, 2.5 studio hours per week, one term.

Instructor: Lisa Wood