Sculpture studies at WSU Pullman foster a responsive environment where cultural, technical, and conceptual concerns are treated equally. This area of focus is available to students in both the BA and the BFA degree programs.
You’ll be encouraged to develop you own personal and aesthetic and to integrate your explorations of technique and media with theoretical consideration of space both on and off the pedestal.
Your coursework will encompasses traditional processes, such as metal casting and mold making, as well as site-specific installation and use of experimental media. Recent students have developed ventures into time-based media, interdisciplinary collaborations, and performance art.
You’ll create and learn in a responsive environment where cultural, technical, and conceptual concerns are treated equally, and students are strongly encouraged to excavate their own personal and aesthetic development.
Stop by the Fine Arts Center on the Pullman campus to see the latest exhibits in our three galleries and connect with artists of all kinds.
Department of Art Main Office
Fine Arts Center Room 5072