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This unit focuses on three-dimensional work and introduces the differentiation between flat art versus sculpture, while introducing the concept of assemblage.

Students will be able to apply to a three-dimensional space their knowledge of space used during the year within the limit of a flat surface, and physically experience space in a volumetric dimension.

Students will learn:

  1. difference between two dimensional and three dimensional
  2. what assemblage is, and who are some of the artists we associate with assemblage
  3. how to translate a two dimensional image into a three dimensional object
  4. the difference between shape and form (elements of art)
  5. what monochromatic means (color theory)
  6. how to build a box without using a die-cut
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