Whether it’s the elegant, smooth line of Michelangelo, or the abstract forms of Henry Moore, Sculpture has been an integral part of the fine arts throughout history. Artists have used and continue to use Sculpture as a medium through which they can represent their own perceptions and understanding of the world.
Majors in Sculpture learn a variety of skills, which can include welding, glassblowing, ceramics, and woodworking. Beginning sculptors experiment with materials and techniques. As the artist's goals and skills develop, independent long-term projects will most likely dominate the curriculum. Students will also gain exposure to a wide array of arts and humanities courses to develop critical thinking skills.