Sculpture (Art: BFA)

Overview

  • Digital Art 
  • Graphic Design 
  • Printmaking 
  • Painting 
  • Sculpture 
  • Ceramics

The Department of Art offers the professional art degree, Bachelor of Fine Arts, with the following areas of studio art specialization: ceramics, digital arts, graphic design/illustration, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. BFA students must pass the Foundation Review, complete the common core classes, select one studio art specialization, and participate in the BFA exhibition.

What You'll Do

  • Receive instruction from faculty who stay current and have the highest degree available in their field.
  • Produce works of art in studios equipped with modern technology.
  • Have access to River Campus exhibition venues, including the River Campus Art Gallery, and the Crisp Museum where the juried Student Art Exhibition is held.
  • Have opportunities to work and travel with faculty to conferences, study abroad, and exhibit their artwork. They also participate in First Friday events and can join the Art Guild.


What You'll Study

  • AR106 Three-D Foundations
  • AR332 Scultpure
  • AR342 Ceramics
  • AH110 Art History Survey I


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Internships & Career Opportunities

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  • Wright Group, USA
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Graduate School Opportunities

  • Cranbrook Academy of Art
  • Ohio University
  • University of Kansas
  • Washington University
  • St Louis University
  • Southern Illinois University

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