The sculpture facilities provide dynamic workspaces for students working in three-dimension design, fabrication and related media. There are various resources located in Addams Hall, the Franklin Annex, and Meyerson Hall.
The sculpture studio accommodates students working in handbuilding, casting, advanced methods in clay, and figure sculpture. The studio is equipped with movable workbenches and vices, a spray booth, a vacuum chamber and air compressor, small hand tools and mobile power tools.
The School of Design Fabrication Lab is a woodworking and metalworking facility designed to be used as a practical laboratory extension of classroom theory. The lab is equipped for all phases of woodworking, metalworking, and machining, as well as digital fabrication with computer numeric controlled routing and 2 axis laser cutting. The Lab is available to all School of Design students, Undergraduate Fine Art and Architecture students, and to all students enrolled in Fine Arts courses requiring use of the Fab Lab. Each semester a FabLab training will be offered (notices of dates and times will be posted). Students who have not completed the training will not be allowed to utilize the lab.
Learn more about the FabLab resources here: Fabrication Lab