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Sculptural Practice

John Carrillo, BFA 2018
Natalie Jenkins, BFA 2014
Emily Nachison, Fibers Department Head, "Constellation Field," 2016, cast glass, steel, wood.
Courtney Kemp, Metals and Sculptural Practices Faculty, "These Edges Are For Cutting," 2015, ceramic tile, silicone cast of ceramic tiles, pine, brass.

Sculptural Practice builds on a foundation of traditional sculpture and craft techniques by encouraging you to explore a wide range of forms, processes, materials, and concepts. Using a balanced approach that employs OCAC’s ceramics, metals, fibers, wood, and digital studios, you are invited to investigate the 3D skills needed to develop a personal voice and communicate your ideas. By combining hands-on, material-based methods, digital fabrication and conceptual concerns, you are enabled to develop various approaches to spatial and contextual works: object making, installation, site-specific work and digital forms.

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Visiting Artists
Andrew Casto
Allen Chen
Brian Czibesz
Alanna DeRocchi
Julia Heineccius
Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Mark Newport
Karlyn Sutherland
Marie Watt
See the full list of visiting artists here!

Courses and Requirements
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Learn more about our programs of study:
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Master of Fine Arts in Craft
Master of Fine Arts in Industrial Design
Master of Fine Arts in Craft & Material Studies
Master of Fine Arts in Applied Craft + Design
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Craft (requires a bachelor's degree)
The Certificate in Craft