Department of Art, ComArt Building, 315-443-3700 or 315-443-3619.
Students enrolled in the M.F.A. sculpture program pursue individual creative research and artistic production, guided with courses in graduate critique, seminars, and independent coursework with faculty. Opportunities are provided for working in traditional and contemporary media.
The spacious facilities consist of dedicated workshops for such processes as metal casting, fabrication, and welding; wood and stone carving; clay; plaster; resins; plastic; and a state-of-the-art wood workshop, among others. Ample workspaces for assembly; project spaces dedicated to installation and performance; gallery spaces for student exhibitions; outdoor casting and large-scale fabrication capabilities; and private studios are provided.
Graduate studies in sculpture are enhanced by an extensive visiting artist, critics and curator program. M.F.A. candidates have the opportunity to have close contact with the artists through lectures and individual studio critiques. Recent visitors include Diana Al-Hadid, Doug Ashford, Petah Coyne, Allan McCollum, Patricia Phillips, Bonnie Collura, Keith Edmier, and Tom Sachs.