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Three-Dimensional Design 3,4 (0493, 0494)


Grade Range:
 11Ė12
 Prerequisites:
 Three-Dimensional Design 1,2 with a grade of C or better and teacher recommendation
 Course duration:
 Two semesters; may be repeated for credit
Subject area in which graduation credit will be given:
 Elective
Course Description:
 This course is designed for highly motivated students with proven abilities in sculpture and deep interest in exploring form and space. Instruction includes three dimensional techniques in additive and subtractive construction using clay, wood, fiber, found objects, metal, plastic, and wax. Students are expected to research sculpture styles and periods while building their own capacity to understand the implications of three-dimensional art on individuals and in societies around the world. Students develop, refine, and create a series of sculptures based on their own existing works of art. They also write an artistís statement to accompany the works in this series. Individually, students analyze and select their own artistic work for presentation. Collaboratively, they curate an exhibit based on a theme.

Basic Texts and Teaching Guides:
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SDUSD VAPA Core Learnings, 2005.