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Studio Art 3D


Auguste Rodin - The Thinker, 1902

Studio Art 3-D is a one-semester course designed for students who have successfully completed Art I.  Studio Art 3-D is a teacher-directed and/or student-directed course in which students further explore, apply, and move toward mastery of the elements of art and principles of design in specific areas of art, such as ceramics, jewelry, mosaics, fiber arts, sculptures, mixed media, altered books, or other 3-D media.  Student art will demonstrate evidence of complex problem-solving skills, higher order thinking, risk taking, imagination, and innovation.  Students will exhibit art and will assemble portfolios that reflect personal growth in the media, techniques, process, and tools used to create complex 3-D compositions.  Student compositions will cover a breadth of media and subject matter and will demonstrate successful completion of Studio Art 3-D student learning expectations.  Art I is a prerequisite for this course.

Course Syllabus:

This syllabus is designed to more than cover the frameworks of Studio Art 2D. This is a tentative schedule and some projects may be added, subtracted or modified to best fit the needs of the students. Below I have listed the many different media that we will be working with this semester.


  • Ceramics
  • Paper Making
  • Jewelry
  • Plaster
  • Candle Making
  • Wire
  • Textile
  • Cement
  • Wood
  • Environmental Sculpture
  • Found Object