MFA candidates are encouraged to develop individually and no one style, method, material or philosophy is emphasized.

The full-time student should expect to spend a minimum of three academic years in residency to complete the degree. The program is based on the individual’s area of interest and undergraduate training and is jointly planned by the student, a committee of the graduate faculty, and a professor who serves as advisor to the student in the principal studio area. The MFA Degree requires a total of 60 credit hours.

Sculpture alumni have gone on to pursue successful careers as artists, museum and business professionals and educators in numerous colleges and universities throughout the country (Laumeier Sculpture Park & Museum, Kentucky State University, Emory & Henry University, Linfield College, Webster University, Saint Louis University, Louisiana State University and Principia College).

MFA

MASTER OF FINE ART

GRADUATE SCULPTURE

2016 - Kelsie Ward
2016 - Kelsie Ward

Scape

2011- Ilene Berman
2011- Ilene Berman

other

2015 - Danne Rhaesa
2015 - Danne Rhaesa

Thesis Exhibition

2007 - Sarah Frost
2007 - Sarah Frost

WhiteWall

2007 - Mark Shumake
2007 - Mark Shumake

Chartes

2010 - Andy Magee
2010 - Andy Magee

Holy Toast

2011 - Manda Remmen
2011 - Manda Remmen

Re-Correlation

2012 - Scott Ross
2012 - Scott Ross

Thesis Installation

2016 - Carrie Gillen
2016 - Carrie Gillen

Reticular Swell

CURRENT GRADUATE STUDENTS