The students in Art III completed a study of the Assemblage movement during the mid-20th century with a specific focus on Robert Rauschenberg. The students were required to create a work of art that challenged the definitive lines between two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. These works were required to be at least 10″ (h) x 10″ (w) x 5″ (d) in size and had to utilize elements of painting, two-dimensional design, and three-dimensional construction. In addition, the students had to focus their artwork on a specific memory or a collection of memories from their past. Below are several examples from this year’s 6th hour class. 

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