From ceramics, to metal sculpture, to 3D printing, the Sculpture concentration provides students with a diverse studio and interdisciplinary environment. Our classes and facilities support a studio practice that can fluidly traverse, and draw from, the many materials and approaches that belong to contemporary art practice. Studio courses are small, offering you an intensive and immersive working environment with peer and one-on-one faculty engagement.

Please contact advisor Professor Jonathan Monaghan for more information

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 
Seminars:
  • ART 353 - Junior Studio Art Seminar
  • ART 454 - Senior Studio Art Seminar
Electives:
  • x4 Digital Art electives (Choose from courses in Ceramics, Metal Sculpture and more)
  • x1 Art elective
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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