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Chabot College Fall 2010Course Outline for Art 20ALL MEDIA SCULPTURECatalog Description: 20 - All Media Sculpture 3 units (May be repeated 3 times)Concentrated individual studies in sculpture, designed to provide opportunity for continued investigation in the possibilities of a particular sculptural medium for the purpose of creating individual expression. Repeatable for credit if medium is changed and appropriate recommended courses are completed. 2 hour lecture, 4 hours studio.[Typical contact hours: lecture 35, studio 70]Prerequisite Skills: NoneExpected Outcomes for Students:Upon completion of the course, students should be able to:1. compose a limited number of carefully considered and constructed works of personal expression;2. apply self-motivated design and/or formal concepts to the previously experienced introductory course experiments;3. develop their skills in craftsmanship and better understand the capabilities and limitations of the mediums chosen;4. employ alternative materials beyond traditional media such as wood, stone, and metal.Course Content (Lecture):1. limited number of carefully considered and constructed works of personal expression. Slides and video of a variety of well known artists will be shown as examples of what personal expression can be;2. employ self-motivated design and/or formal concepts to the previously experienced introductory course experiments;3. skill development in craftsmanship and understanding the capabilities and limitations of the mediums chosen. A variety of examples through lectures, slides and video will be given.Course Content (Studio):1. use of alternative materials such as wood, stone, and metal or recyclable material beyondtraditional uses.Methods of Presentation:1. Formal lecture and demonstrations2. Slide and video presentations3. Library references4. Individual guidanceAssignments and Methods of Evaluating Student Progress:1. Typical Assignmentsa. Create a relief sculpture 14" x 12" minimum, made from at least 10 different materials. A demonstration will be done with unfamiliar materialsb. Use ready-made objects that add rhythm through repetitive motifs, examples of these types of artwork will be shown during a lecturec. Create a piece involving imagination based on concepts developed from a collection of objects that tell a personal history.Chabot CollegeCourse Outline Art 20, page 2Fall 2010d. Prepare an individual oral presentation about a note worthy sculptor who has used alternative media.2. Methods of Evaluationa. Measure improvement of craftsmanship using portfolio of class projects.b. Evaluate of creative application of personal style through a comparison of styles of masterworks with student work.c. Individual and group critiques of assigned projects.d. Final oral critique of a portfolio of assignments completedTextbook(s) Typical: NoneSpecial Student Materials:Depending on the medium chosen, the students may have to purchase clay, wood, stone, bronze, aluminum, steel or whatever else would be needed to complete their objectives.CT:pc Art20 Revised:


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