The Sculpture concentration emphasizes competencies in art history, criticism, aesthetics, and traditional and contemporary approaches to making sculpture. Traditional studies include classes on the figure as well as investigations of a variety of sculptural materials and techniques including wood, metal, molding, casting, carving. Additionally, our students explore interdisciplinary projects extending the boundaries of sculpture to installation, media arts, collaboration, and performance.
Sculpture Concentration Courses
- ART 230 - Beginning Sculpture (3 cr)
- ART 330 - Intermediate Sculpture (4 cr/sem, max of 8)
- ART 338 - The Body: Issues and Objects (4 cr/semester, max of 8)
- ART 431 - Installation Art (4 cr)