The Department of Sculpture is housed in three adjoining buildings totaling 8,600 square feet. It is very well equipped and contains semi-private studios for undergraduates majoring in sculpture, as well as two galleries that exhibit work on a rotating basis throughout the academic year.
A large studio space used for general sculpture fabrication houses extensive metalworking equipment, such as welding stations, iron forging equipment, and other metal-shaping machines. There is also a large studio devoted to figure modeling as well as various forms of mold-making and cold-glass fabrication.
Connected to the main Stanley Sculpture Studio is a building that houses our foundry for bronze and aluminum casting, as well as facilities for hot-glass sculpture production. Also adjacent to our main studio is the sculpture fabrication workshop, where an extensive array of power equipment and hand tools is provided for the fabrication of sculpture, primarily in wood and plastics.