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Undergraduate Bulletin 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Sculpture - B.A.


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The sculpture major focuses on the relationship of ideas to materials, processes, and construction techniques. Courses foster the development of both subtractive and additive skills of sculpture, including carving, casting, modeling, woodwork, and assemblage. Advanced sculpture students will have the opportunity to explore more diverse forms of art making, such as sound and installation art. Additional required foundation courses, including drawing, photography, art history, and graphic design, are designed to broaden skill sets and critical thinking within the fine art discipline.

Art and Design Foundation Core


Visual literacy is at the heart of the foundation core. In a world of increased and accelerated visual imagery, with greater numbers of people having the resources to create their own images, it is important to be able to understand how images work, both psychologically and physiologically.

Foundation courses offer students the perceptual and technical knowledge required to effectively create and control their own images. Survey courses in art history set up a historical context for students’ own work and help lay the groundwork for further study in art history, theory, and criticism.

Prospective majors are advised to consult with a member of the art faculty in planning their program and to complete the foundation core as soon as possible.

Core Requirements (24 hours):

Major Requirements (27 hours):


The following nine courses in addition to the foundation core:

Additional Requirements:


A minimum of 24 semester hours in the major field must be completed at Dominican. These hours must include ART 301 , ART 414 , and ART 445 .

Art Education


Students interested in art education must choose from one of the art and design majors. Art education students must take ART 206 , ART 260 , and ART 270 . Students desiring certification for grades K-12 must also take Instructional Strategies for Teaching Art (EDUC 402 ). Students preparing to teach K-12 must student teach in both an elementary school and a secondary school.

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