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Christina Leung

Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Art
College of Art and Design

Office Hours
M/W 2-2:30pm (sculpture studio 7A-1620) F 10-11am (zoom) or by appointment
Office Location

Christina Leung

Visiting Assistant Professor

School of Art
College of Art and Design

Currently Teaching

SCUL-201
3 Credits
This course will examine professional sculptural practices, processes, and materials. Course content will cover additive, subtractive, assemblage, and substitution processes of making sculpture along with historical and contemporary approaches to the field. Students will develop skills in relation to individual concepts and directions. At the completion of this course students will learn how to create and critique sculptures that effectively communicate ideas. ** Fee: There is a lab fee required for this course**
SCUL-269
3 Credits
This course will offer an introduction to sculpture and will expose students to basic concepts, forms, methods, and materials of the art form. The principles of space, volume, surface texture, multiple viewpoints, and gravity will be explored in three-dimensional projects. Students will learn how to use different processes, materials, and tools to create finished sculptures. ** Fee: There is a lab fee required for this course**
SCUL-601
3 Credits
This course allows students to explore concepts, materials, processes, and techniques to develop a personal, cohesive three-dimensional body of work. Theories and history of sculpture will be discussed as relevant to individual directions. Course may be retaken. ** Fee: A materials fee is required for this course**.
SCUL-501
3 Credits
This course allows students to explore concepts, materials, processes, and techniques to develop a personal, cohesive three-dimensional body of work. Theories and history of sculpture will be discussed as relevant to individual directions. Course may be repeated. **Fee: There is a lab fee required for this course**