Sculpture Minor

Program Description

In professional practice, sculptors are intuitive and creative visual artists who work with a variety of materials that they carve, build, and cast to make a finished piece of art. A minor in Sculpture at AUM can provide a solid foundation for a life-long sculpturing practice or a basis for other fine arts skills you might develop.

Traditional methods of construction are taught through working with wood, metal, and casting. Students will also expand on their ability to create with new technology, such as 3D modeling, 3D printing, and other new forms of media. Experienced faculty provide constructive feedback and encourage students in a small-class environment.

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Suzanne Jensen

Associate Professor of Fine Arts

Fine Arts Department

Auburn University at Montgomery

(334) 244-3361



Program Overview

The course listings below are a representation of what this minor requires. Select elective courses may also be included. Students may have to take additional courses to fulfill the prerequisites of the required courses. Review this program of study summary for more detailed course information.

Course #Course Name
VISU 2312Sculpture 1
VISU 3322Sculpture 2
VISU 3342Sculpture 3
VISU 3412Ceramics 1

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