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Your courses will explore cast metals, metal fabrication, woodworking, mixed media, carving, mold-making and installation projects with traditional and contemporary materials and processes. You'll have the opportunity for growth and development of individual aesthetics, concepts, technical abilities and a critical understanding of the discipline of sculpture as applied to the production of contemporary art.
Our sculpture facilities include:
B.F.A. Sculpture Courses
M.F.A. Sculpture Courses
|ART 241 - Sculpture I||Graduate Core Courses|
|ARTD 246 - Woodwork/Mixed Media|
|ARTD 345 - Sculpture: Metal Fabrication|
|ARTD 346 - Sculpture: Foundry|
|ARTD 445 - Sculpture: Installation|
|ARTD 446 - Sculpture: Concept Development|
|ARTD 491 - Independent Study|
|Undergraduate Core Requirements|