The focus of this studio is on exploring a diversity of traditional and contemporary materials, processes and techniques involved in producing 3 dimensional works. This will include materials such as clay, wax, rubber latex, plaster, wire, metal, wood, textiles and stone, as well as found natural and manufactured materials collected from the surrounding environment. Students will explore a variety of sculptural approaches such as additive, subtractive, modeling, casting and assemblage; & consider how to contextualize their work in various environments. There will be an emphasis on process-based studio assignments and individual explorations.
Full Time studies require admission to Yukon College’s Arts and Science Division and SOVA Foundation Year. Part-time students may be admitted upon available space and after consultation with Instructor.
Equivalency & Transferability
This course is accredited by Yukon College. Transfer agreements are in place with Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Alberta College of Art and Design , the Ontario College of Art and Design University, , the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design University, Thompson Rivers University, and the University of the Fraser Valley.