Three-Dimentional Design (3DD)

Pupils are introduced to a variety of experiences exploring a range of three-dimensional media, techniques and processes, including both traditional and new technologies. They will explore relevant images, artefacts and resources relating to 3D art, craft and design from the past and from recent times, including European and non-European examples. Outcomes will focus on producing 3D artwork.

Pupils will explore drawing for different purposes and needs to support their 3D creations.

Areas of Study include:

• Ceramics
• Sculpture
• Relief Work
• Jewellery/Body Adornment
• Exhibition design
• Design for television, theatre, film
• Interior design
• Product design
• Environmental/Garden design
• Architectural design.