The vast potential for three-dimensional artworks can make teaching sculpture a challenge. Additionally, you may have concerns about materials, safety, and technology. This can feel overwhelming for even the most experienced art teacher.
For many of us, what we learned about sculpture in college was either with clay or materials and methods not appropriate or possible for use with kindergarten through high school students. This course is meant to bridge the gap. It has been specially designed to meet the needs of K-12 art educators in sculpture arts, from beginner to advanced.
Through demonstration and hands-on learning, you will select methods and materials best for you and your students. Whether you are teaching elementary art or high school sculpture, you will walk away from this course with new and innovative methods to practically incorporate sculpture into your art curriculum.
To complete this course you will need some basic sculpture supplies, many of which you most likely already own. View the materials list for this course.