Description: Studio Course. An introduction to studio art that explores the relationship between art, the environment including the role of the artist in an environmental era. We focus on several areas, including the natural environment, our urban-industrial environment, the architectural environment, and how to make art within their context. Projects include both two- and three-dimensional explorations, as well as social sculpture, installation, and environmentally sited works. Coursework integrates effective oral and written communication to explore contemporary and historical practices within the medium and the role of art in human experience. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a total of 6 units.
No sections currently offered.
Requirement Designation: Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
Liberal Studies Essential Skills: Creative & Aesthetic Thinking
Prerequisite: ART 174