Sculpture students start by learning the fundamental elements of the 3D form, and by graduation, they are working independently on highly technical projects.  Our vast sculpture facility contains the tools and equipment for traditional techniques like metalworking and woodshop, as well as non-traditional approaches like installation, robotics, and kinetic art.  In our Public Art course, students compete to build large-scale public sculptures installed onsite in the Charleston metropolitan area.  New additions to our curriculum will feature technology-based track courses in laser cutting, 3D imaging, and 3D printing.