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    Drew University
  Jan 18, 2018
2017-2018 College of Liberal Arts
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ART 205 - Sculpture II

4 credits
An investigation of materials and processes, and conceptual and aesthetic concerns of sculpture. Students learn basic properties of various sculptural materials and consider the relationship between materials and ideas. Introduction to additive and subtractive processes, casting, assemblage, and mixed media serves as a vehicle for formal and expressive exploration, as well as consideration of fundamental sculptural issues, including space, time, scale, reference, content, and context. Studio activities are informed by intensive examination of contemporary and historic three-dimensional art through discussion and field trips. Prerequisite: ART 105  Offered annually. CLA-Breadth/Arts

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