In this studio, students extend their 3D practices by examining the relationships between viewer, object and environment from various perspectives. Awareness of the different ways in which 3 dimensional practices are informed by and shape both physical and cultural environments is deepened by an exploration of techniques such as textiles, installations, prosthetics, animatronics, toy hacking, kinetics, and off-site art. A combination of traditional and contemporary practices allows students to continue to experiment with a wide variety of media while increasing their understanding of their relationship to community & environment.
Successful completion of 3 Dimensional Studio 101 (fall term). Part-time students who have successfully completed 3Dimensional studio 101 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.