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MFA — Sculpture

About Sculpture

The Sculpture studio is divided into five main spaces: foundry, plaster and investing, primary classroom, welding and woodworking.

Our primary equipment in the studio includes: table saw, cut-off saw, sanders and assorted equipment for wood; all forms of welding including gas, arc, TIG, MIG and plasma cutting; an outdoor forge; a complete foundry for non-ferrous metal using ceramic shell and solid mold investment; a cupolette and sand molding for iron casting; three indoor electric clay kilns and a large outdoor forced air gas clay kiln. Overhead hoists and smaller support equipment and tools compliment the areas.

We have semi-private studios for graduates next to the sculpture studio.

For additional information contact Suzanne Faris, Sculpture Area Coordinator at 970-491-5192 or