Sculpture

Diversity and interaction are the cornerstones of our internationally recognized master of fine arts (M.F.A.) degree program in sculpture. We aim to provide a life-learning experience that promotes artistic growth among students of different aesthetics and viewpoints and encourages interdisciplinary conversations with other members of the school's thriving artistic community.

Our faculty consists of vital artists of national reputation who maintain an active studio experience. Discussions in study and critique go beyond the traditional setting; on- and off-campus exhibitions and our visiting artists program bring students and faculty together. Recent visiting artists include Anthony Caro, Albert Paley, Ursula von Rydingsvard, and Tom Sachs.

The outstanding facilities include workshops for traditional and contemporary applications, including those for metal casting and fabrication, plastics, and a state-of-the-art wood shop. Graduate students are assigned private studios, and project spaces and galleries are dedicated to the showing of student work.