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  • Students are no longer accepted into this program as of June 5, 2024.
  • Students currently enrolled in this program are asked to contact their department chair for a teach-out plan.

Fredonia’s sculpture program is structured to introduce students to methods and materials associated with modeling, mold making, foundry, welding, woodworking, as well as other alternative media approaches. 

The Fredonia Difference

The  Sculpture program welcomes collaboration with other areas within the department or college that may lead to new and vital ways of expression.

Career Opportunities for Sculpture

  • Studio artist
  • Architectural restoration/design
  • Interior design
  • Furniture design
  • Exhibit design
  • Fine art restoration
  • Special effects technicians in film and advertising
  • Art teachers


What does a 4-year degree look like?

View Example 4-Year Curriculum

What are all the required and elective courses offered to obtain this degree?

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Sample Courses

ARTS 240 Foundations in 3D Form and Content

An introductory course that explores basic design considerations, materials, and techniques relating to three-dimensional expression.

ARTS 340 3D Methods and Materials

This course offers an opportunity to investigate both traditional and innovative approaches to object making. Materials and processes may include hot and cold casting, welding, papermaking, and hand formed cement, among others.

ARTS 440 3D Objects and Ideas

An advanced sculpture course that allows students to define and develop a personal body of work representing a serious exploration in their chosen mediums.