Randall Hall 100
Professor Gregg Schlanger
Senior Lecturer Howard Barlow
The sculpture program is concerned with exploring relationships between form, process, material, transformation, context and content. Students are encouraged to take an investigative approach to experiencing and creating within a multi-faceted spatial context. Students are exposed to historical and contemporary theories and practices. They discover early on the traditional processes of sculpture, while incorporating a contemporary social and cultural aesthetic. Along with these traditional processes there is an emphasis on craftsmanship and technique. This approach equips the students with the ability to address and further explore sculpture in a broader spatial context. The sculpture curriculum encourages students to be critical thinkers and makers. This intellectual complement to skill-building is accomplished through a series of readings/discussions, critiques, slide lectures, videos, artist research papers/presentations and visiting artists.
Infill exhibit by Amy Babinec Opens Thursday, April 1 The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery willLauren Kalman: Webinar Artist Talk, 2/25
The CWU Department of Art + Design will host a live Zoom webinar by Lauren Kalman onHer Kind Exhibit Opens 1/19
The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery will host a solo exhibition by Cuban-born artist Tatiana Garmendia. T