The sculpture program functions as an environment in which students experiment, define, and develop spatial responses to ideas and forms. The context of this work is an interdisciplinary outlook that questions the cultural, historical and critical issues of contemporary art. Creative problem solving and critical thinking are the foundation methodology that is applied to work that originates within the student. Highly individual direction and a diversity of materials, techniques and ideas are essential to the Sculpture Program. Cross-disciplinary work and joint projects with all art studios and University programs is encouraged. Sculpture students have access to excellent technical facilities with a wide range of resources including digital imaging, video, sound, textiles, ceramics, metal casting, welding and woodworking.
For more information please contact the Art Advisor, Alison Gates.