Take a look at titles and descriptions for the Rinehart School of Sculpture department's courses offered.

SC 5570 Rinehart Sculpture I

This course is an intensive studio experience for first-year Rinehart students that includes regular visits and critiques by the director or artist-in-residence, and visiting artists.

Rinehart School of Sculpture students only

SC 5571 Rinehart Sculpture II

This course is a continuation of SC 5570.

Prerequisite: SC 5570

SC 5580 Rinehart Practicum I

The Practicum provides a series of workshops in core techniques, methods, and technologies current in interdisciplinary sculpture praxis. Topics range from introductions to kinetics, metal fabrication, sound capture & editing, studio lighting, circuits and control devices, and 3-D software . Taught with artistic work in mind, these core areas are vital in understanding how essential technical knowledge can serve the fabrication, distribution, and conceptualization of artwork. These workshops will change each semester so that students are provided skill sets grounding and sustaining their sculptural practice.

Rinehart School of Sculpture students only

SC 5581 Rinehart Practicum II

The Practicum provides a series of workshops in core techniques, methods, and technologies current in interdisciplinary sculpture praxis. Topics range from introductions to kinetics, metal fabrication, sound capture & editing, studio lighting, circuits and control devices, and 3-D software . Taught with artistic work in mind, these core areas are vital in understanding how essential technical knowledge can serve the fabrication, distribution, and conceptualization of artwork. These workshops will change each semester so that students are provided skill sets grounding and sustaining their sculptural practice.

Rinehart School of Sculpture students only

SC 6520 Rinehart Practicum III

The Practicum provides a series of workshops in core techniques, methods, and technologies current in interdisciplinary sculpture praxis. Topics range from introductions to kinetics, metal fabrication, sound capture & editing, studio lighting, circuits and control devices, and 3-D software . Taught with artistic work in mind, these core areas are vital in understanding how essential technical knowledge can serve the fabrication, distribution, and conceptualization of artwork. These workshops will change each semester so that students are provided skill sets grounding and sustaining their sculptural practice.

Rinehart School of Sculpture students only

SC 6521 Rinehart Practicum IV

The Practicum provides a series of workshops in core techniques, methods, and technologies current in interdisciplinary sculpture praxis. Topics range from introductions to kinetics, metal fabrication, sound capture & editing, studio lighting, circuits and control devices, and 3-D software . Taught with artistic work in mind, these core areas are vital in understanding how essential technical knowledge can serve the fabrication, distribution, and conceptualization of artwork. These workshops will change each semester so that students are provided skill sets grounding and sustaining their sculptural practice.

Rinehart School of Sculpture students only

SC 6570 Rinehart Sculpture III

This intensive studio experience for second-year Rinehart students includes critiques with the director or artist-in-residence, and visiting artists. Work begins toward the thesis exhibition.

Prerequisite: SC 5571

SC 6571 Rinehart Sculpture IV

This course is a continuation of SC 6570 with a culmination in the thesis exhibition.

Prerequisite: SC 6570