ART 111 - Three-Dimensional Design I

Credit Hours: 3

Explores the organization of objects in space through the visual elements of design--texture, line, pattern, form, shape, balance, proportion, light and shadow, weight, mass and volume. Simple materials such as bristol paper, foam core, balsa wood, chipboard and screening will be used to develop basic building techniques and skills. Using these materials in combination with conceptual problem solving assignments, students will develop a visual literacy where they will be able to analyze and discuss the compositional design elements which comprise a strong three-dimensional design.

Additional Course Fees: $135

General Education Fulfillment: Oral Communication/Creative Expression