Introductory Sculpture Course
Undergraduate Art Introduction to Sculpture Course- Florence, Italy
STUD170- Credits: 3 – Contact Hours: 90 N
The Introductory Sculpture course is an introduction to figurative work in clay. The beginner sculpture class covers the major techniques required in clay work, such as wedging, joining, pinching, coiling and slabbing, as well as the techniques of building a figurative sculpture and the use of mark and surface in figurative work.
Introductory Sculpture Course Overview
There is no better place to study sculpture then while earning your B.A. studying abroad in Florence, Italy. Throughout the duration of the Introduction to Sculpture course possibilities of various surfaces and finishes will be discussed. Sculpture students will be guided through exercises through the basic forms and anatomy of the body. The unique work and studio experience acquired through this course will be both from models in the studio as well as from museums and sculptures around Florence, Italy. No previous experience is required, however it would benefit students to have studied the foundations of drawing.
Listed at LdM as SCU 160: Introductory Sculpture
Prerequisite: Prerequisites vary based on major and course of study, please consult your advisor.
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