Ball State's sculpture program encompasses sculpture traditions while teaching contemporary issues. Two faculty members maintain a spacious facility that includes a steel fabrication area, bronze and aluminum foundry, a mould-making facility, an outdoor area for stone carving, and a well-equipped woodworking studio.

The program allows the visual art student to find a three-dimensional voice and establish a personal vocabulary unrestricted by material and technical limitations. The program includes a three-dimensional imaging course, metalsmithing courses, ceramic courses, printmaking, and art history taught by Department of Art faculty.

Learn more about the degree requirements, including a four-year suggested plan of study (PDF).

View full images of recent student and faculty work in our Sculpture Virtual Gallery.

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