ART 238 Sculptural Fibers
An introductory course in the study of Fibers materials in art/craft history and as applied to the fabrication of 3-dimensional artworks. Students will gain an understanding of how to use wool, cloth, and other natural/fibrous materials to create reliefs, freestanding sculptures, and installations. Emphasis will be placed on the playful exploration of a medium and the creative application of those findings to create a work of art. Projects will focus on the technical and social history of a medium as well as on contemporary artists/designers working with that medium or related technique. Prerequisite(s): Open to Art majors who have completed ART 110 , or by permission of instructor. Course fee: $140. Six hours studio. 3 hour(s).
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