Art-Sculpture (ART_SCUL)

ART_SCUL 2800: Beginning Sculpture

Principles of sculptural organization, figure studies, modeling techniques, simple plaster casting. Payment of expendable materials expense is required.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_SCUL 2810: Experimental Media I

Ordering and structuring materials into compositional forms, using various media, traditional as well as new. Subject matter will vary each semester.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


ART_SCUL 2820: Beginning Welding And Casting

This course is intended to foster critical thinking, creative problem solving, and cultural/visual literacy through the introduction of sculptural welding and metal casting techniques. Projects will address the sculptural methods of manipulation, addition, and substitution as well as the principles of three-dimensional design. Students will become conversant with MIG and gas welding as well as centrifugal and ceramic shell casting. The relationship of form and content will be discussed during class critiques. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_SCUL 3800: Intermediate Sculpture

Continuation of ART_SCUL 2800. Introduction to carving techniques. Payment of expendable materials expense is required.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 2800


ART_SCUL 3810: Experimental Media II

Continuation of ART_SCUL 2810.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 2810


ART_SCUL 4800: Advanced Sculpture

This course will build skills acquired in ART_SCUL 3800. Includes welding, casting, carving and assemblage with emphasis on the development of a personal visual language. May repeat to 15 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 3800


ART_SCUL 4810: Experimental Media III

Continuation of ART_SCUL 3810. May repeat to 15 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 3810


ART_SCUL 4885: Problems in Sculpture

Problems in Sculpture.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: departmental consent


ART_SCUL 7800: Graduate Sculpture

Payment of expendable materials expense is required. May repeat to 15 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3


ART_SCUL 7810: Experimental Media IV

Advanced study of compositional organization at the graduate level. May repeat to 9 hours maximum.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 4810


ART_SCUL 7885: Problems in Sculpture


Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 7800 and departmental consent


ART_SCUL 8800: Graduate Sculpture II

Continuation of ART_SCUL 7800. Repeatable to 15 hours.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: ART_SCUL 7800 or equivalent