ART286-01B Materials, Processes, and Ideas: Introduction to Contemporary Sculptural Practices (with Brian Christopher Glaser)
This course presents the concepts, processes, and materials that form the foundation of sculpture and its evolving definition. It will explore the possibilities for autobiographical, aesthetic, conceptual, and formal expression through the practice of sculpture. Methods and approaches to the sculptural practice will include object making, conceptual art, video, installation, public art, and performance. This course will introduce new ways of visual thinking, development, and awareness through individual meetings, critiques, readings, discussions, and current exhibitions.
Prerequisite(s): ENGL 101
Lab Fee: $168
Registration for Summer 2019 is closed.