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Studio Art: 3-D Design
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This course provides a three-dimensional approach to problem solving through a variety of media and materials, including paper, ply board, clay, plaster, wood, wire, metal, and stone. Techniques include modeling, carving, assemblage, casting, and paper folding. The scale of problems presented will range from small pieces to larger freestanding forms. The student will participate in a wide range of experiences using additive and subtractive sculptural techniques, designed to build artistic and creative confidence. The original products created in this course may serve as functional items or fine works of art. Historical and cultural sculptures will be studied throughout each unit.

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SEMESTER 1
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Unit 01: Elements of Art: Line, Texture, Shape, Form
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1.1 Lines and Drawing
1.2 Lines and Texture
1.3 Shape and Form

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Unit 02: Elements of Art: Value, Space, Color
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2.1 Value and Space
2.2 Color
2.3 Colorists
2.4 Major Sculptors
2.5 Review of Elements

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Unit 03: Balance, Pattern, Contrast, Emphasis
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3.1 Balance
3.2 Pattern, Repetition, Rhythm, and Movement
3.3 Contrast and Emphasis

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Unit 04: Principles of Art: Movement, Rhythm, Unity
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4.1 Terms in Sculptural Art
4.2 Quality, Concentration, and Breadth
4.3 Artistic Integrity

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Unit 05: Art History
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5.1 Art Before the 1800s
5.2 Art and Architecture Before the 1800s
5.3 Art in the1800s
5.4 Art in the 1900s
5.5 Art in the 2000s

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Unit 06: Space. Void and Meaning in 3D Art
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6.1 Space and Void
6.2 Wire Sculpture
6.3 Casting Techniques

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Unit 07: Clay
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7.1 Composition of Clay
7.2 Clay Tools
7.3 Handbuilding: Pinch Pot
7.4 Coil Method
7.5 Slab Method

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SEMESTER 2
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Unit 08: 3D Art, Interpretation and Innovation
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8.1 Art is Everywhere
8.2 Sugar Art
8.3 History of Paper
8.4 Paper Sculpture

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Unit 09: Recycled Art - 3D
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9.1 Curation and Exhibits
9.2 Green Art
9.3 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
9.4 Famous Recycled Pieces

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Unit 10: Porcelain Clay
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10.1 Review of Handbuilding Techniques
10.2 Porcelain Clay

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Unit 11: Modern Art
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11.1 Modern Art Forms and Artists
11.2 Architecture
11.3 Emotion and Art
11.4 Art and Architecture: Connections, Relations, and Applications

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Unit 12: Art for Everyone
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12.1 Kinetic Sculpture
12.2 Realism and Romanticism
12.3 Wood Carving

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Unit 13: 3D Art and Social Movements
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13.1 Artists in the 1800s
13.2 Artists in the 1900s
13.3 Artists in the 2000s

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Unit 14: Thinking Outside of the Box
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14.1 Abstract Art
14.2 Careers in Art
14.3 New Age Art

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Unit 15: Thematic Art
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15.1 Themes in Art