Sculpture at the College has a longstanding reputation for providing high quality, specialist education and encouraging individuality.
The degree is designed to encourage, interrogate and challenge traditional and experimental methods of making and thinking.
Sculpture is a subject that is steeped in history but constantly evolving. The ethos is based on developing a broad spatial, material and critical awareness through a range of approaches pertinent to the expanded field of sculpture.
The programme’s philosophy is developed around the resources and expertise and establishes key practical skills while encouraging students to explore the possibilities opened up by new forms of sculptural practice. Our students will form the landscape of contemporary sculpture in the near future.
For details about how to apply for the Sculpture degree please see Apply for Sculpture (BA) in the degree finder
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This article was published on Jun 15, 2012