Studio, 3D (Sculpture, Ceramics, Fibers, Jewelry), Bachelor of Fine Arts

Program Requirements (48 credits)

Students in the 3D (sculpture/ceramics/fibers/jewelry) track take courses that stress a high level of creativity and innovation. This program is a self-directed degree that prepares students to be successful in the contemporary art economy. Technical areas to which students can be exposed include modeling, carving, forging, fabrication, mold making, bronze/aluminum/glass casting, production pottery, glaze chemistry, electric/gas/raku firing techniques and slipcasting. Students also have access to a comprehensive fibers studio including papermaking and weaving.

Required Courses

ART 222Ceramics I

3

ART 261Sculpture I

3

ART 325Jewelry-Metal I

3

ART Elective 3D Studio Elective

3

ART Elective 3D Studio Elective

3

ART Elective 3D Studio Elective

3

ART Elective 3D Studio Elective

3

ART Elective Advanced 3D Studio Elective

6

ART Elective Advanced 3D Studio Elective

6

ART Elective Studio Elective

3

ART Elective Studio Elective

3

ART Elective Studio Elective

3

ART Elective Studio or Art History Elective

3

ART Elective Studio or Art History Elective

3