In the Sculpture area, students engage with the three-dimensional world through the study of material, concept and process. Students explore both traditional and contemporary techniques, such as wood work, mold-making, video and performance. Projects are designed to foster creative growth through individual research, physical execution, and peer evaluation. Students engage in evaluating contemporary art as it pertains to cultural theory and art criticism. Readings, class discussions, technical demonstrations, one-one-one meetings, individual research, lectures, screenings, studio practice, and group critiques shape the curriculum.

For further information of the specific field,

please contact the faculty member: Kate Casanova

View the course catalog on page 79 for course requirements.
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