Dec 13, 2018  
2011-2012 University Catalogue 
2011-2012 University Catalogue []

FASC 301 - Jr. Sculpture II

3 credits
This course is designed to help each student begin to understand his own aesthetic proclivities, and to place these within an art historical context. The emotional, intellectual, philosophical, and historical implications of various movements in art history are explored in order to begin to understand their relationship to the personal artistic development of each student within the history of sculpture. An emphasis is placed on the development of ideas and content in the individual student’s work, which is supported by a series of individual and group critiques by faculty and visiting artists. Weekly class meetings will include slide talks related to current assignments, films, discussions, and field trips to exhibitions around the Philadelphia area. This will be followed by personal conferences with the instructor.

Prerequisites FASC*201 or FASC*202

Priority enrollment to Sculpture and Multidiscipli majors.