Our Sculpture & Ceramics concentration is designed to provide students with the technical and creative skills they need to excel in the fields of sculpture and ceramics. From traditional wheel-thrown pottery to figurative sacred art, to cutting-edge 3D printing, our program offers students the opportunity to explore a wide range of mediums and styles.

Through a combination of studio classes and art history coursework, students learn about the history of sculpture and ceramics and the important role they play in the Catholic Church. Students also develop skills in design and fabrication, as well as the ability to communicate their cultivated Catholic identity through their art.

Our faculty consists of experienced professionals and educators who are passionate about helping our students reach their full potential. With access to state-of-the-art studios and equipment, students have the opportunity to work with a wide range of materials and techniques, from metal casting to ceramics.

Whether you aspire to a career as a professional sculptor or ceramic artist, or you simply want to explore the exciting and challenging world of three-dimensional art, our program will provide you with the skills, knowledge, and inspiration you need to succeed.

Sculpture Concentration:

Core Foundation:
  • ART 101 - Fundamentals of Design I
  • ART 102 - Fundamentals of Design II
  • ART 207 - Drawing I
  • ART 208 - Drawing II
Art Historical Framework:
  • ART 211 - History of Art: Prehistoric to the Middle Ages
  • ART 212 - History of Art: Renaissance to the Modern
  • ART 332 - Contemporary Art 
  • ART 288 - Creative Studio
  • ART 454 - Senior Studio Art Seminar
  • x5 electives (Choose from courses in Ceramics, Metal Sculpture and more)
Student working in ceramics studio

Sculpture Facilities

With usually less than 15 students, sculpture courses are small, offering you an intensive and immersive working environment with close peer and faculty engagement.

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