Assemblage Sculpture from Home (ONLINE) SC 700EA_ON
with Colleen O’Donnell
REGISTRATION STILL AVAILABLE!
Assemblage is a creative method of sculpture, transforming everyday found-objects into three-dimensional sculpture, as seen in the work of Joseph Cornell and Louise Nevelson. Start with a box, and include photographs, book pages, wrapping paper, natural items, nuts and bolts, electronic bits, dry food – just about anything! This process allows for the creation of dramatic, humorous, emotional and satirical works of art. Be guided through a different topic each week by CE faculty and sculptor Colleen O’Donnell.
Live Zoom sessions will be held every Wednesday, 6 – 8 p.m., beginning Septembmer 23.
- Relax, have fun, and let the sculpture happen intuitively.
- Make something that has value to you personally.
- Create a statement about what you are experiencing right now.
Note: This course is available for 1.0 undergraduate credit for $525
Materials List : O'Donnell SC 700EA_ON
Student sculpture from Summer 2020
Sep 21 - Nov 29th, 2020
for 10 weeks