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2011-2012 University Catalogue 
    
2011-2012 University Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sculpture - Bachelor of Fine Arts


Lori Spencer
lspencer@uarts.edu
Fine Arts Chairperson
215-717-6065

Michael Grothusen
mgrothusen@uarts.edu
Sculpture Coordinator
215-717-6212

Program Total Credits: 123

The mission of the Sculpture program is to provide the student with a sound, balanced exposure to all aspects of sculpture as it exists in today’s expanded field, in preparation for the students’ continued professional growth beyond the undergraduate years. To that end, the student will be given assignments designed to enable them to develop conceptual skills and become proficient in a variety of processes and techniques. They will participate in seminars and critiques to develop critical thinking and to improve language skills and in conjunction with the Liberal Arts Department, will study the history of the discipline.

Program Goals:

Graduates of the Sculpture program will:

  • Become proficient in a number of processes and techniques that can be used to make a sculptural statement:
  • Develop a personal work strategy that will enable them to translate creative ideas into a visual work of art:
  • Develop a level of critical thinking that will allow them to understand and discuss their work (and that of others) in both practical and philosophical terms:
  • Have knowledge of the history of their discipline and an understanding of how their own work relates to that history. (This will be done in conjunction with the Liberal Arts Department).

Freshmen Year Foundation Credits: 33


All Freshman students (and transfer students who lack sufficient background in the visual arts and design) enter the 18-credit Foundation core program that includes courses in drawing, two-dimensional design, three-dimensional design, and time-motion studies. The Foundation program introduces the basic language and processes of the visual arts and prepares the students for entry into a major department. Through Freshman elective course offerings, students are introduced to major course options and opportunities offered by the College of Art, Media, and Design.

Sophomore Year Credits: 30


Junior Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


Spring Credits: 15


Senior Year Credits: 30


Fall Credits: 15


Spring Credits: 15


Discipline History


  LAAH XXX - Liberal Arts Art History Elective 3 credits

Sculpture Electives


Note:


Electives must include at least 9 studio credits outside the Sculpture offerings.