Our sculpture program is for individuals who are interested in a vigorous exploration of the plastic arts to create a three-dimensional body of work. Students take extensive courses in art history, design, drawing, and introductory courses in sculpture to lay the foundation for the development of a personal body of work both conceptually and formally informed.
- Students engage in internships, gallery exhibits, and public works in preparation for finding practical applications for painting beyond the studio.
- This major teaches students how to think creatively for themselves and prepares them for a lifelong engagement with the world of art.
- Students will develop a sophisticated set of technical skills with a variety of tools and materials.
- Students will learn to envision and execute a personal voice through a body of work. and exhibit a cohesive body of work.
- Introduce an aesthetic initiative into a wider public community.
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The faculty in Sculpture have decades of experience in both teaching and exhibition. Work from these individuals appears in national collections, both public and private.