Sculpture is the three-dimensional expression of ideas. It may focus on formal issues (such as balance, movement, texture), or it may use these as a means to communicate other concerns. Contemporary sculpture encompasses a wide range of aims, materials and techniques. It is important for the student majoring in sculpture to develop a strong base in the fundamentals of sculpture as well as to have exposure to contemporary sculptural issues.
The Sculpture Emphasis Requirement Page contains specific information of courses required for graduation. This information sheet is also available from the Department of Art and Design office in the Fine Arts Visual building, room 122 (FAV 122).