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11 Master Programs in Sculpture 2022

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.Studying sculpture can prepare students to create three-dimensional pieces of art in different sizes, out of a variety of mediums. Common courses in these programs may inc… Read more

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Studying sculpture can prepare students to create three-dimensional pieces of art in different sizes, out of a variety of mediums. Common courses in these programs may include creative theory, art history, tool safety, ceramics, mold-making, woodcarving and welding.

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Los Angeles, USA +2 More

Digital sculpting extreme. Learn to work in "Sculpting" mode to create the most complex and detailed 3D models in the market. You can use this powerful program alone or combin ... +

Digital sculpting extreme. Learn to work in "Sculpting" mode to create the most complex and detailed 3D models in the market. You can use this powerful program alone or combine it with other 3D packages, implementing the power of creation exponentially. -
Master
Full-time
English, Spanish
Sep 2022
Campus
Online
 
Pécs, Hungary

Graduates are familiar with the means of expression and the opportunities of sculpture, as well as its materials and techniques. They are visual artists who possess the techni ... +

Graduates are familiar with the means of expression and the opportunities of sculpture, as well as its materials and techniques. They are visual artists who possess the technical, professional, aesthetic and social science knowledge based on modern and classical foundations. They are capable of analysing the general and individual social needs in their field. -
Master
Full-time
5 years
English
Campus
 
Rome, Italy

You will learn to master matter and movement, building your own path towards artistic expression, creating a unique language of communication which will grant you full access ... +

You will learn to master matter and movement, building your own path towards artistic expression, creating a unique language of communication which will grant you full access to the contemporary art scene. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 

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Metropolitan City of Florence, Italy

The Master in Sacred Art aims at offering theoretical and practical training in the field of sacred and religious art. This sector, deeply rooted in Italian culture and tradit ... +

The Master in Sacred Art aims at offering theoretical and practical training in the field of sacred and religious art. This sector, deeply rooted in Italian culture and tradition constitutes a significant percentage of the Italian artistic heritage. The three specializations to choose from for the Master are Painting, Sculpture, and Goldsmithing. -
Master
Full-time
English, Italian
Jan 2022
15 Dec 2021
Online & Campus Combined
Campus
Online
 
Galway, Ireland

The MFA provides an immersive education in the development of professional practice as an artist. As an MFA graduate, you will produce a final exhibition, the quality of which ... +

The MFA provides an immersive education in the development of professional practice as an artist. As an MFA graduate, you will produce a final exhibition, the quality of which will demonstrate that you have developed the knowledge and skills necessary to survive and thrive as a practising artist. -
MA
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
London, United Kingdom

MA in Sculpture Sculpture is a spatial art, intensely practical, yet essentially philosophical. It has always been closely associated with architecture and public space, with ... +

MA in Sculpture Sculpture is a spatial art, intensely practical, yet essentially philosophical. It has always been closely associated with architecture and public space, with ritual and the ceremonial. It is a private art that is often over-publicised. Sculpture at the RCA has been a longstanding programme, and one component of the Fine Art faculty. However our staff and students understand that there is a wider fine art intelligence that falls outside the faculty structure. The debates around painting, often via drawing, and the raw side of printing are closely associated in the minds of good students. The arts of photography, filmmaking, sound and performance, if not quite as much as dance, theatre, the sciences, engineering and urbanism, are habitual reference points. In the same vein, the sense of London as a destination, the physical circumstances of the Sculpture site, its unusual proximities, the perceptions of the programme’s culture, and the imprimatur of the institution, all are the evident triggers for our RCA applicants. Students, staff and visitors join a mix that is set against these variables, and against the economic contingencies at play. The crafts and trades most readily associated with the production side of sculpture usually enjoy prominence in other disciplines and professions. But historically, sculpture has perfected the knack of purloining the material to hand and extending the performance of different media away from their conventional processes. The drift away from handwork and handtools (where the production process is visited direct upon the material and at a much less spectacular speed) to industrial production has swelled the world of RPM-fixed machines. However, within the programme, the energy may be more concentrated directly on the work itself, on the space whenever installation (in all its senses) is involved, or – perhaps – it manifests itself as time-honoured bench work. In all these instances, the play involved in the processes of production is as much technical as it is philosophical. A successful art school is somewhere in which the students and staff and visitors thrive. There needs to be a sense of occasion: lots of gathering and witnessing, and concentrated debate about the academic endeavour and content of RCA Fine Art enterprises. Presence must be understood in a sophisticated and variegated way, not as a simplistic physical opposite of absence. Limitations are not the same as confines, and a sense of inventing protocols and new forms is a great collective vehicle. A climate of enabling needs to prevail where the force of expectation is centred on content and proximity, not on procedure. To the prospective student, the pace of the 18 months of a postgraduate course must be seen as a sophisticated transaction in time- and space-management. The culture of an art school is legible the moment you enter the door. It needs tending and managing on a daily basis, by all players, without exception. The programme offers: associations with a broad constituency of artists, architects, designers and thinkers across the RCA an expectation that the wider discourse this community represents should be a dynamic foil to the work and development of all aspiring RCA Sculpture graduates engagement with the debate over the historical means of production and the material (and dematerialised) processes across different cultures (This is a moment when 50 million Chinese people are joining the world's labour force every year.) dedicated studio space for each student college-wide workshop facilities, including the RCA's celebrated foundry housed in the Sculpture building, and recognition that some of the profoundest contradictions of our time can be confronted in the debate that these very opportunities generate a precedent of graduates in the later twentieth century including John Panting, Hamish Fulton, Alison Wilding, Boyd Webb, Tony Cragg, Richard Wentworth and Drhuva Mistry, and more recently Jake Chapman and Alice Channer. -
MA
Full-time
English
Sep 2022
Campus
 
Poznań, Poland

In addition to conventional, “old-school” sculpting techniques, the Academy offers alternative syllabuses. Parallel with real space sculpture we propose a new concept of sculp ... +

In addition to conventional, “old-school” sculpting techniques, the Academy offers alternative syllabuses. Parallel with real space sculpture we propose a new concept of sculpture and its environment employing new technologies -
MA
Full-time
Campus
 
Brookline, USA

The Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture provides the tools and language for students to become rigorous thinkers and artists in the twenty-first century. The program interweaves ... +

The Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture provides the tools and language for students to become rigorous thinkers and artists in the twenty-first century. The program interweaves the significant demands of creative production, intellectual and theoretical inquiry, and critical engagement with cultural history and contemporary art discourse. -
MSc
Full-time
English
Campus
 
Eskişehir, Turkey

Anadolu University Graduate School of Fine Arts was founded in 1992. The School started offering graduate studies in the academic year 2008-2009 with the programmes in Graphic ... +

Anadolu University Graduate School of Fine Arts was founded in 1992. The School started offering graduate studies in the academic year 2008-2009 with the programmes in Graphic Arts, Ceramic Arts, Sculpture, Interior Design, Animation, Painting, Printmaking, Music, Drama, Musical Instrument Construction and Arts. In the fall semester of 2009-2010, the School launched a programme in glass arts. Currently, with its 12 graduate study programmes, the Graduate School of Fine Arts aims to integrate into the society individuals furnished with academic knowledge and experience and competent in their field of study, in line with contemporary developments in arts. -
MA
English, Turkish
 
Budapest, Hungary

During the course of their graduate studies, students in the Sculpture Program are familiarized with skills relating to plastic art and self-expression, materials used in scul ... +

During the course of their graduate studies, students in the Sculpture Program are familiarized with skills relating to plastic art and self-expression, materials used in sculpture, as well as various traditional and modern techniques. This is the only program at HUFA that provides basic courses to all first year students, which facilitate an exploration of the main aspects of sculptural trends, techniques and materials from a creative position. The curriculum is supplemented for students higher up in their studies by thematic assignments, the planning of exhibition concepts and the invitation of Hungarian and international guest lecturers. -
MA
English, Ungarian
 
Taito City, Japan

The Department of Sculpture was launched in 1887 with the establishment of a sculpture course as a specialist program. This was later expanded into a plastic arts department i ... +

The Department of Sculpture was launched in 1887 with the establishment of a sculpture course as a specialist program. This was later expanded into a plastic arts department in 1899. With the school’s transformation into Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku in the 1949 educational reforms, the department once again became the Department of Sculpture. The current sculpture building on the Ueno Campus was built in 1971, and the doctoral program was established in 1977. Each year, a certain number of graduate students do their creative work at the Toride Campus. Educational philosophy: The Department of Sculpture stresses the importance of developing highly sensitive graduates capable of developing a vision for the future of art from a broad-ranging, global perspective, based on the history of art to date and the traditions of Japanese art. It attempts to instill this perspective by focusing on a broad-ranging study of the plastic arts and seeks to cultivate graduates capable of working as creative artists, as well as providing instruction in various arts-related areas. In the master’s degree program, students are supported by and work within a unique educational structure based on studios tailored to each student’s research goals. In addition, community involvement programs encourage each student to draw fully on his or her talents, unconstrained by preconceived domains of practice and materials, thereby providing opportunities to examine the possibilities of art in connection with society. -
Master
Apr 2022
Campus