The Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture is for individuals who are interested in a vigorous exploration of the plastic arts to create a three-dimensional body of work.
Students in this major take extensive courses in art history, design, drawing, and introductory courses in sculpture to lay the foundation for the development of a personal body of work both conceptually and formally informed. Sculpture majors also engage in internships, gallery exhibits, and public works in preparation for finding practical applications for painting beyond the studio.
This major teaches students how to think creatively for themselves and prepares them for a lifelong engagement with the world of art.
- Develop a sophisticated set of technical skills with a variety of tools and materials.
- Envision and execute a personal voice through a body of work.
- Exhibit a cohesive body of work.
- Introduce an aesthetic initiative into a wider public community.
The faculty in Sculpture have decades of experience in both teaching and exhibition. Work from these individuals appears in national collections, both public and private.