The field of sculpture has undergone significant changes in concept, materials, and techniques over the last century. Traditional concerns have evolved to include site, language, sound, time, light, and movement, enabling our sculpture students to develop new ideas and approaches with their interactive installations, performance, video, social practice, and hybrid forms of art. Cross-disciplinary investigations and collaborations are encouraged.
Undergraduate & Graduate Courses in Sculpture
- Introduction to Sculpture
- Intermediate Sculpture I and Intermediate Sculpture II
- Advanced Sculpture I and Advanced Sculpture II
- Wood Projects: Atypical and Traditional Approaches
- Life Sculpture
- Metal Construction: Assemblage and Casting
For more information on the courses offered in the emphasis area of Sculpture download the BFA Program Plans
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