2-D & 3-D Design
This foundation course provides an opportunity for students to learn about materials, skills, and concepts used in creating two- and three-dimensional artworks. A wide range of materials, tools, and techniques will be used in this course. Students will explore observational drawing strategies, color theory, form, and construction. Art history and gallery studies are also integrated into art making units. Visual journals are kept as a way to document and develop personal style and interests. This course provides an excellent foundation for those students wishing to pursue Ceramics/Sculpture or Art Metal/Glass.
- Recommended Grades: 9-12
- Course Number: ART2035
- Credits: 1/2 credit
- Course Fees: $20 *
- Note: Elective; Meets Requirement for Global Scholars Program (GSP)
* Course fees are subject to change. You may be eligible for a fee waiver or reduction. The fee waiver request is included in the August online enrollment process under the socioeconomic status section. Your request will be reviewed by authorized school district personnel.