ARTS 4288. Explorations in Metal Fabrication (0-6-3) Prerequisite: ARTS3288 or ARTS3310 or ARTS3311. The emphasis of this course is to introduce students to various metal working processes and materials. In this course, students will develop their technique by exploring steel fabrication, welding, and various other hot and cold metalworking skills. It is expected that through mastery and the application of these processes as a means to an end, students will combine formal and conceptual subject matter to articulate their artistic direction. (Course fee required)
ARTS 5288. Sculpture: Advanced Methods (0-6-3) Prerequisite: ARTS4306 or ARTS4288. This course is designed for sculpture students who have taken at least two sculpture courses (6 credits) and are ready for substantial independent work. Each student is expected to write artist and project statements and to complete an independently developed project that form a body of work related in content by the end of the semester. May be taken twice for credit by undergraduate students. (Course fee required).