In sculpture, undergraduate students are encouraged to experiment and innovate while exploring content in the areas of object making, installation, site-based work, performance, time-based art, and digital processes. The sculpture curriculum is designed to enable students to explore concepts and content relevant both in today’s contemporary society and in the art world.
The MFA program in sculpture is a rigorous program highly focused on the development of the individual in the context of the broad contemporary art world. This intimate program allows individualized attention for each student and ample graduate studio space steps away from the main sculpture studio. The program challenges students to experiment, broaden their technical expertise, take risks, and develop a sophisticated body of work, grounded in sculptural practice, theory, and art history, while relevant and challenging to the contemporary work of today.