The Sculpture main studio encompasses 3800 square feet of space that can accommodate a range of material-based practices with discrete areas for working with wood, metal, & wet materials. Students in Sculpture have 24-hour access to individual semi-private studio spaces & to the Sculpture main studio. Graduate studio spaces are located across a small courtyard from the sculpture main studio & allow students to work flexibly in both spaces.
The sculpture studio is well equipped & includes multiple bandsaws for wood & metal, sanders, grinders, drill presses, a metal cut-off saw, a table saw (Saw-top technology), wood compound miter saw, metal shear & brake, 50" slip roller, oxy-acetylene welding & hearing set-ups, a variety of welders (arc, MIG & TIG), two plasma cutters, a coal forge, sewing machines, electric clay kilns in addition to numerous electric & pneumatic hand tools & other equipment.
The MFA program has three full-time faculty members who engage in Sculpture-based creative research.
Interested in our MFA program?
Prospective students are encouraged to contact the Graduate Advisor for the concentration of their interest for more information or to schedule a tour about our MFA Program.