|This course is designed to provide students with the visual understanding and techniques of
working with three-dimensional design. The principal media are: sculpture, ceramics and
jewelry. Students work with clay, metals, stone, glass, paper, wire, wax, plaster and found
objects. The course addresses the dynamics of the spatial aspect of an object and the creation of 3-dimensional art forms. Studio levels insure that individual student progress follows a course of study beginning with the basics of each art form including design, technical skills, problem solving, art historical background and critical thinking. There is a minimal fee assessed according to the number of art periods elected per cycle.