Sculpture Master’s program at Ohio University-Main Campus

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Sculpture + Expanded Practice — Master of Fine Arts


Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture + Expanded Practice.

Master of Fine Arts.

Students are encouraged to chart their individual path as skilled makers and shapers of objects within public, private and digital spaces, from traditional sculpture approaches to sound, performance art, and cyber explorations.

Seigfred Hall also contains the School of Art + Design wood shop tool room. The wood shop is available for use to all School of Art + Design students, and is an instructional space for sculpture classes. The shop contains a wide variety of stationary and hand-held power tools for cutting, shaping and bending woods and plastics, an industrial sewing machine, and an extensive collection of specialized hand tools, jigs, and clamps.

Recent graduates are now actively participating in the art field by attending Fullbright programs, working as artist assistants, and showing their work across the US and abroad in noteworthy exhibitions.

For application into the M.F.A. in Sculpture + Expanded Practice, both a Graduate College (online application) as well as School of Art + Design, Sculpture Area application must be received. Please adhere to the following check-list in preparing both of these areas of application. Applications must be postmarked by February 1.

Send to Graduate College, Research Tech Building, 2nd Floor, Room 220, Athens, OH 45701:.

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- Duration
55 Credit hours
Yes GRE Required
No Scholarships Available

Composition of student population

52 Female Students
18 Internation Students
11 Graduate Students Enrolled

Jobs, Salaries and Career after Masters in Sculpture

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Universities with similar Graduate Program

Program NameTuition / Year
Sculpture Masters program at Boston University$57,666
Sculpture Masters program at University of Georgia$11,168
Sculpture Masters program at Virginia Commonwealth University$15,200
Sculpture Masters program at University of Houston$9,547