Sculpture

As one of the oldest and most diverse forms of artistic expression, the Sculpture concentration at Memphis College of Art challenges students to communicate with a new vocabulary. As a third dimension is investigated, space and structure are created through physical self-expression of ancient to contemporary artmaking.


BFA IN FINE ARTS WITH A CONCENTRATION IN SCULPTURE
Required courses:

SC100       Sculpture 1
SC120       Ceramic Sculpture 1
SC150       Metalsmithing 1
12 credits  200 (or higher) level SC coursework
6 credits    300 (or higher) level SC coursework

Typical Four-Year Course Progression

1st Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 1     (3)
3-D Design     (3)
Writing 1     (3)
Idea, Process & Criticism     (3)
Art History Survey 1     (3)

2nd Semester (15 credits)

Drawing 2     (3)
2-D Design     (3)
Writing 2     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Survey 2     (3)

3rd Semester (15 credits)

Sculpture 1     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

4th Semester (15 credits)

Metalsmithing 1     (3)
Ceramic Sculpture 1     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Art History Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

5th Semester (15 credits)

Sculpture 2     (3)
Metalsmithing 2     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Social Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

6th Semester (15 credits)

Sculpture 3     (3)
Concentration Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Math/Science Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

7th Semester (15 credits)

Sculpture 4     (3)
Sculptural Forms     (3)
Studio or AH Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)

8th Semester (15 credits)

Sculpture 5     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Studio Elective     (3)
Liberal Arts – General Ed Elective     (3)