SCULPTURE

Pima Community College

 

Course Registration info at:

www.pima.edu

Pima Visual Arts info:

http://www.pima.edu/programs-courses/credit-programs-degrees/arts-humanities/the-arts/afa-visual.html

Pima Student Services info:

http://www.pima.edu/current-students/index.html

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Instructional Faculty:

Joe Dal Pra
Visual Arts Department
Pima Community College
2202 W. Anklam Road
Tucson, Arizona 85709
Phone: (520) 206-3072

jdalpra@pima.edu

Fall 2013 Schedule:

MONDAY

TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THIURSDAY
FRIDAY
 
Course: ART120
8:10am-10:25am
Location: 
WC L108
 
 
Course: ART120
8:10am-10:25am
Location: 
WC L108
 
HLC Committee
9am-1pm
(2nd&4th Fridays)
Location:
Pima 29th St. Center Rm. 17
Course: ART120
10:40am-12:55pm
Location: 
WC L108
 
Office Hours
11am-1pm
Location:
WC L202
 
Course: ART120
10:40am-12:55pm
Location: 
WC L108
 
Office Hours
11am-1pm
Location:
WC L202
 
Faculty Senate
1pm-4pm
(1st Friday of Month)
Location:
DC Amethyst Rm.
Office Hours
2pm-5pm
Location:
WC L202
 
Course: ART100
1:10pm-3:25pm
Location: 
WC L113
 
Office Hours
2pm-5pm
Location:
WC L202
 
Course: ART100
1:10pm-3:25pm
Location: 
WC L113
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Course: ART123,
ART 220
5:30pm-7:45pm
Location: 
WC L108
 
Public Information Committee
3:30pm-5pm
(4th Tuesday of the Month)
Location:
DC RV142
 
Course: ART123,
ART 220
5:30pm-7:45pm
Location: 
WC L108
 



 

where to find my work online:

artistsspace

installation/performance videos

Joe's blog______________________________________

Art Links:

Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery

U of A Art Museum

MOCA Tucson

Tucson Museum of Art

Tucson Pima Arts Council

Central Tucson Gallery Assoc.

UA Visiting Artists

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SCULPTURE VIDEOS

3D Printer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC25Y_WXzBI&feature=c4-overview&list=UUGYawJKs4zcR4sxSBHcvSBw

Metal Casting

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZdsUs-IhNQ&feature=c4-overview&list=UUGYawJKs4zcR4sxSBHcvSBw

 

SCULPTURE COURSES

ART120 Sculptural Design
An introduction to 3-D design, techniques and an exploration of concept development and expression in sculpture. The study of volume and spatial relationships through modeling, casting, carving, and construction using three- dimensional concepts and media.

Includes visual literacy and critical analysis, art elements explored through creative problems, range of media, approaches to three- dimensional design, verbalization of visual perceptions, basic sculptural design lab procedures, and content.

Techniques Include:

  • wood assemblage
  • metal assemblage
  • mixed media assemblage
  • plaster mold making/casting

Concepts Explored:

  • non-representational /non-objective content
  • abstraction content exploration
  • readymade/ object exploration
  • materials exploration
  • interactive/site installation exploration

 

ART123 Lost Wax Sculpture Casting
Metal casting for sculpture using the lost wax ceramic shell process. Students develop individualized projects for casting

Techniques Include:

  • wax working
  • mold making
  • metal pouring
  • tig welding
  • metal finishing

Concept Possibilities:

  • representational
  • non-representational
  • abstraction
  • mixed media
  • interactive/kinetic
  • site installation

 

ART220 Sculpture
An exploration of sculptural issues including object, interactive/kinetic and installation/site based work. Students explore individual creative direction.

Techniques Include:

  • casting/mold making
  • metal fabrication/welding
  • wood fabrication/carving
  • mixed media assemblage

Concept Possibilities:

  • representational
  • non-representational
  • abstraction
  • mixed media
  • interactive/kinetic
  • site installation

 

ART 296I7 - Independent Study: Sculpture

Advanced projects in sculpture. Content to be determined by conference between student and instructor.