|143 Art and Design Building, 408 East Peabody, Champaign|
PH: (217) 333-0855
The curriculum in sculpture requires 122 credit hours and provides a broad experience of 2D, 3D, and 4D methods as applicable to the making of sculptural forms. Installation and other modes of object-based arts practice, including the use of traditional and contemporary methods and concepts, are explored. Through independent and immersive studio practice, students are encouraged to experience a wide range of materials, techniques, methods, and styles.
Contact: Mark Avery
Coordinator of Undergraduate Academic Affairs
School Office: 140 Art and Design Building, Champaign, 333-6632, firstname.lastname@example.org
A portfolio review is required for admission to the School of Art and Design.
|ARTS 252||Making and Meaning||3|
|ARTS 381||Intermediate Sculpture||3|
|ARTS 392||Current Art Issues Seminar||3|
|ARTS 350||Intermediate Studio I||4|
|ARTS 351||Intermediate Studio II||4|
|ARTS 450||Advanced Studio I||4|
|ARTS 451||Advanced Studio II||4|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Art in Context|
|ARTF 101||Contemporary Issues in Art||2|
|ARTE 101||Art, Design, and Society||2|
|Drawing Course 1||3|
|Course in the 2D Category 2||3|
|ARTS 280||Beginning Sculpture||3|
|Course in the 4D Category 3||3|
|ARTH 110||Introduction to the History of Art and Visual Culture||3|
|Advanced Art History (200-level or above)||9|
|Art + Design electives (art + design courses not in sculpture requirements or used as sculpture electives)||18|
|Open electives as needed to total 122 hour degree|
Drawing courses include: ARTF 102 Observational Drawing; ARTF 104 Expressive Drawing; ARTF 106 Visualization Drawing.
2D Category courses include: ARTD 151 Introduction to Graphic Design; ARTF 160 The Image World; ARTS 205 Introduction to Printmaking; ARTS 251 Beginning Painting.
4D Category courses include: ARTS 241 Image Practice; ARTS 243 Time Arts I.