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3D-Design 3

3 D Design 3 Teacher

Vadeboncoeur, Jo (408) 366-7388 ex.4843 Art Teacher

Course Description

This course is an extension of 3D Design 1 and 2. It is designed for the advanced student. The student will develop a high level of skill in a specific medium. The student will be encouraged to further research artists and techniques dealing with their chosen medium, culminating with a brief report. Specific projects will result from a student/teacher conference that will outline the projects to be completed each semester.


f. Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) - 1 year required.

A student must earn 10 credits and a grade of "C" or higher in a single, yearlong approved VPA course.

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