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Sculpture/New Genres

As one of three areas of emphasis in Fine Arts, students working in Sculpture/New Genres learn to create three-dimensional and time-based works of art. This very broad area allows students to explore the traditional forms of sculpture as well as the contemporary genres of installation, performance, sound, video, film, and art and social practice. Skills as diverse as ceramics, woodworking, mold-making and casting, sewing, weaving, welding, dance, and a wide range of digital media production are covered as tools for creating exciting new forms of art making.

The Senior Studios offer each student a private space to work in for the entirety of their senior year in the Fine Arts Program.