ART 124 - Three Dimensional Design
This course is an introductory course that entails deliberate decision-making based on the elements and principles of design within a three-dimensional space. A variety of media
including traditional and non-traditional materials may be utilized through additive and
subtractive methods. Historical and contemporary references may be used to investigate
techniques and stimulate discussion toward conceptualizing, visualizing and execution.
Demonstration, discussion and formal critiques will augment studio work.
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to apply the general principles of design including unity/variety,
balance (symmetrical, asymmetrical, radial and crystallographic), emphasis, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, and figure/ground relationship within three dimensional space.
Manipulate and fabricate a variety of materials.
Articulate how design elements and principles may influence perception conceptually and aesthetically.
Utilize site-specific location, light and space.
Communicate issues of critical thinking skills through the creation of artworks and participation in the formal critique process.
Lecture Hours: 2
Lab Hours: 2
Course Prerequisites: ART 122