Three-dimensional Studies Concentration

The three-dimensional studies concentration offers you a variety of coursework in sculpture and fine crafts, including ceramics, textiles and paper processes. You can select from a variety of sculptural processes working with stone, wood and metals among other materials. In ceramics, you can choose either throwing or handbuilding and learn the related technical skills of clay, glazes and firing techniques. In fibers, there are classes in weaving, wearable arts, and dying and printing techniques. Also, you can learn about papermaking and book structures along with furniture design.

View courses for the Three-dimensional studies concentration - Art Education (click here)
View courses for the Three-dimensional studies concentration - Studio Art B.A. (click here)
View courses for the Three-dimensional studies concentration - Studio Art B.F.A. (click here)

Job options for graduates of the three-dimensional studies concentration:

Studio artist
Sculptor
Textile design
Bookmaker

Ceramic artist
Weaver
Furniture designer

The three-dimensional studies concentration is offered through the Studio Art major, as B.A. and B.F.A., and the Art Education major.

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