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Three Dimensional Design Course

3D Design Class– Florence, Italy

ART201 – Credits: 3 – Contact Hours: 45 N

The Three Dimensional Design course is a foundation course which investigates the elements and principles of designing with sculptural forms. Through a series of hands-on projects and regular group critiques, students will develop the skills necessary for creating in three dimensions.

3D Design Class Overview

The 3D Design course demonstrates the ability to apply the general principles of design including unity/variety, balance, emphasis, rhythm, repetition, proportion/scale, and figure/ground relationship within three dimensional space.  Students will learn deliberate decision making based on the elements and principles of design within a three-dimensional space.

Throughout the traditional 3D Design course a variety of media and materials may be utilized through additive and subtractive methods. Historical and contemporary references may be used to investigate techniques and stimulate discussion toward conceptualizing, visualizing and execution. Demonstration, discussion and formal critiques will augment studio work.

NOTE: This course is an exploration of traditional three dimensional design, not digital, techniques.

Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Art and Design or equivalent

Contact Marist today to learn more about the ART201 course and enrolling at Marist LdM in Florence, Italy.

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