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University of North Carolina at Asheville    
  Oct 18, 2017
2017-2018 Catalog

ART 133 - Three-Dimensional Design

Three-dimensional design concepts are introduced in this course, which serves as a foundation of compositional principles necessary for further study in art. This class is a complement to ART 122. Concepts are explored in an increasingly complex manner, building upon one another and culminating in a comprehensive final project that utilizes a full range of art elements and design principles in three-dimensions. Line, plane, volume and mass are utilized separately and in concert to construct three-dimensional forms in a variety of materials in the media areas of ceramics and sculpture. No credit given to students who have credit for ART 103. Fall and Spring.