Three-Dimensional Studio 101: Exploring Sculptural Forms
The focus of this studio is on exploring a diversity of traditional and contemporary materials, processes and techniques involved in producing 3D works. This will include materials – such as clay, wax, latex, plaster, wire, wood, and stone – as well as, found natural and manufactured objects collected from the surrounding environment. Students will explore a variety of sculptural approaches – such as additive, subtractive, modelling and assemblage – and consider how to contextualize their work in various environments. There will be an emphasis on process-based studio assignments and individual explorations.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Yukon School of Visual arts Foundation Year Program or permission of instructor.