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The sculpture program is committed to bring students a wide range of effective study opportunities in the pursuit of their individual sculptural language. Our program contains comprehensive outlines to address all levels of developments from foundation to graduate studies in sculpture. Our faculty is experienced in presenting from the traditional to some of the latest contemporary trends in sculpture. We present students with a diversity of technical skills including bronze casting, metal fabrication and strategies in the installation processes. All processes will be presented through demonstrations, slides presentations and special workshops with safety being the top priority. Not only will students be expected to work on projects in a classroom environment and their individuals studio settings but will also be given rare opportunities with the Sculpture Tour program to interact and assist visiting artist when they present workshops and install their large scale sculptures on our campus. Come join the fun. Art majors must make an application to the Frostic School of Art sculpture committee for admission to the B.F.A. The process includes a portfolio review after completing 30 hours in art with one semester of 531 Sculpture Workshop. Portfolio reviews for admission into B.F.A. program with emphasis in Sculpture will be held the third week in November and March