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Department of Art / About Us / Media Areas / Sculpture



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Undergraduates and Graduates are encouraged to explore the expanding areas within sculpture from traditional to contemporary approaches addressing form, space and time as well as new media and the evolving technologies of 3D digital production. The department offers a mix of con

ceptual, material, spatial and process-based courses building students technical skills and intellectual inquiry




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Entertaining the Troops

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Happy Michael

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Little off the Sides

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Facilities & Special Equipment


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The Graduate student facility consists of four areas for sculpture fabrication - a wood shop, metal shop, ceramics lab and  and an open space for installations and alternative media exploration.

The Undergraduate facility consists of a wood shop, metal fabrication, foundry, plaster room, and an alternative media/installation room equipped with a video projector.  The wood shop is equipped with a SawStop table saw, compound miter saw, band saws, joiner, drill presses, belt and drum sanders, wood and steel grinders, router table, planar, sandblaster, a panel saw and a fork lift.  The metal fabrication area is equipped with 2 Mig welders, plasma cutter, chop saw, cold saw, metal grinders, stick welder, and oxy-acetylene stations.  Metal shaping equipment includes a 16-gauge roller, tube bender, two breaks, and a foot shear .  In addition we have a digital laser cutter, computers and access to equipment such as video editing systems, large

format 44" archival digital printers, Digital SLRs

and DV Camcorders.

Area Head

Carolyn Henne

Spencers New Toy

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Wackly Clamp

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