Sculpture Studio

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

The sculpture facilities consist of three large studio classrooms along with a fully equipped woodshop, an industrial spray booth, a large electric kiln, and a well-ventilated plaster area. Each sculpture student is also provided with a toolbox for use during the semester.

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

Sculpture facilities at the Robert H. and Blythe Bickel Edwards Center for Art and Dance

Toolboxes include:

  • Scissors
  • Wire cutters
  • Measuring tape
  • Ruler
  • Glue gun
  • Safety glasses
  • Utility knife
  • Exacto knife

Woodshop equipment includes:

  • Saw Stop table saw
  • Band saw
  • Chop saw
  • Scroll saw
  • Panel saw
  • Drill press
  • Belt, disc, and spindle sanders
  • Router
  • Circular Saw
  • Jigsaws
  • Drills
  • Dremels
  • Nail guns
  • Palm sanders

Access and safety:

Sculpture students have 24-hour key card access to the facilities.

The woodshop is a shared space and accessible to all Visual Arts classes.  All students are provided with safety-training prior to use.

Power tools are available during standard business hours and during woodshop monitor hours offered 3 nights per week.