ART 223 - Three-Dimensional Design
5 Studio Hours
Prerequisites: ART 114
This course involves the applications and theories related to objects in the round and is a sequel to 2-D Design. The student will explore the principals of design through projects created from materials like paper, cardboard, clay and wood. Calculations of materials to spatial criteria, constructive methods and practical applications are applied.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Demonstrate and apply the principles of design in a three-dimensional space.
- Create forms relative to the use of elements of design.
- Synthesize various materials originating from the students concepts.
- Coordinate the physical and mechanical properties associated with three-dimensional form.
- Define the appropriate terminology as it applies to three-dimensional design.
- Develop skills that would apply to the manipulation of various media.
- Terminology as it applies to three-dimensional design
- Construction methods and the material process
- Eye-hand coordination with associated power or manual tools
- Safety and procedural indoctrination
- Illustrate a hierarchy of simple to complex design
- Research commercial application of product design
Textbook, examples, slides, Internet and films
Approved By: Sutin, Stewart Date Approved: 12/13/2006
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