3-D Studios | Glass | Sculpture | Ceramics | Fiber
Communication Art & Design | Interior Architecture
The sculpture program provides an opportunity for development on many levels. Upon entering the program, students learn basic skills with tools and materials and begin an investigation of spatial organization and communication through three-dimensional form.
Advanced courses offer an opportunity to develop both conceptually and technically in sculpture. Working with a variety of media, students are introduced to genres within the discipline, from fabrication of the discrete object to installation. Through group discussion and critique students develop the skill of critical thinking and learn to view their work within a social and historical context.
The sculpture studio is a spacious, modern facility with a complete woodshop, metal fabrication equipment, and areas for working with plaster, clay and stone.
The Visiting Artists Program brings a number of nationally recognized sculptors to campus each year to lecture on their work. It provides students with the opportunity for individual instruction from sculptors of national significance and enriches the critical dialogue within the program.
For further information, please contact
Professor Scott Massey
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