The Sculpture program focuses on both conceptual and technical elements within the arena of 3-Dimensional Arts. The Certificate of Achievement provides hands-on experience with traditional and non-traditional mediums. The core classes provide foundational principles of the fundamentals of sculptural art as well as technical training for emerging fabrication methods.
Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Operate studio and workshop equipment and use sculptural materials in a safe and appropriate manner.
- Identify and evaluate sculptural techniques and styles.
- Assess aspects of sculptural form as they relate to individual and cultural expression.
Associate in Arts Degree Major Requirements
|ARTB 3||Visual Fundamentals: Three-Dimensional Design||3|
|ARTD 1A||Sculpture I||3|
|ARTD 7A||3D Arts & Technology I||3|
|Select nine units from the following:||9|
|Figure Sculpture I|
|Mold Making I|
|Wood Sculpture I|
|Metal Sculpture I|
|Stone Sculpture I|
|3D Arts & Technology II|
|Select six units from the following:||6|
|Figure Sculpture II|
|Figure Sculpture III|
|Figure Sculpture IV|
|Mold Making II|
|Mold Making III|
|Wood Sculpture II|
|Wood Sculpture III|
|Metal Sculpture II|
|Metal Sculpture III|
|Stone Sculpture II|
|Stone Sculpture III|
|Introduction to Ceramic Sculpture|
|TOTAL MAJOR UNITS||24|
|Complete Competency Requirements, general education pattern (MPC General Education, CSU General Education, or IGETC), and electives, if needed, for a total of 60 degree-applicable units.|
Please refer to the graduation requirements section of the Catalog for information about degree and certificate requirements including Reading and Writing, Mathematics, Information Competency, and General Education requirements.