AD 10500/10600 Textbook Artists Profile
Profile number _ Choose an artist profile from your textbook that is either relate to your major or interests you.
Page no: _ Artist's Name: _ What kind of work does this artist do? Why did you select this artist?
Studio problem: Problem:
Create a 6 solid-sided cube out of white foam core. (The group may ask only 3 questions of the instructor) The cube can be no more/less than 1/16 off, in any dimension (L x W x D) Place your name very neatly in the lower left
Studio problem: Objectives:
Cut & Fold
To transition from 2-D to 3-D. To recall and apply the design ideas of visually organized relationships learned in A&D 105 to a 106 problem. One 11 x 17 sheet of Bristol paper or cardstock No part of the page detache
AD 10500/10600 GALLERY VISIT REPORT FORM gallery visit (1) (2) (3)
Visit an art exhibition at any gallery (VPA, Purdue Galleries, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Art Institute, etc). Check location and open hours before you go. A 2-D exhibition is preferable
A D 106 SPR I NG 2011 I nstructions for Mapping the VPA drive
1. Right-click on M y Computer ; select M ap Network Dr ive 2. Under D r ive p ick any letter you want (the default Z: is fine but V: is p referred.) 3. Under Folder t ype the following exactly
Studio Problem: Problem: Detail 1: Due:_ Detail 2: Due:_ Objectives:
Construct a 12 sphere from scrap corrugated cardboard. Sphere can only be off + or 1/8. You are limited to using corrugated cardboard; no glue or additional materials all
Computer Problem I: Three-dimensional tessellated wire object. Using the 3D StudioMax template file provided, make a tessellated wire relief surface. Your surface must be three-dimensional. Turn in a 800 x 600 jpeg rendering of your surface. Goals: