About the Program
Exploring contemporary concerns, sculpture students can choose to employ a variety of traditional and new media. The curriculum honors traditional skills, encourages experimental ideas, and encompasses object making, site-specific work, installation, inter/multimedia, and video.
The facilities feature more than 25,000 square feet of shop and studio space superbly equipped for work in wood, metals, ceramics, plaster, fabric, plastics, and large-scale fabrication. There are also sophisticated digital and audiovisual equipment and labs for work in video, light, sound, digital fabrication, and interactive multimedia. In their junior and senior years, undergraduate students are eligible for semiprivate studios.