Kaylee Sapieha Untitled - Variable Dimensions, Wax

Students working in the area of sculpture at the University of Victoria explore its practices and theory in the broad context of contemporary art through lectures, wide-ranging projects, and rigorous critiques. Advanced students are encouraged to develop their own visions for sculpture and to develop the critical discourses related to their work.

Sculpture students occupy shared studio spaces opening onto a large courtyard and close to two excellent fabrication shops. The school offers museum quality exhibition spaces for presenting student work, and close contact with graduate students and faculty in diverse media.

Sculpture instructors are interdisciplinary and have worked in a variety of areas including performance, video, and digital media.

Sculpture Courses

ART 104: Foundation Sculpture and Material Methods  
ART 221: Sculpture ART 222: Sculpture
ART 320: Sculpture ART 395: Visual Structures in the Imaginative Realm I
ART 495: Visual Structures in the Imaginative Realm II  
ART 521: First Year Sculpture* ART 522: Second Year Sculpture*

*Graduate level courses

Faculty and Instructors

Megan Dickie
Daniel Laskarin
Chris Lindsay
Jennifer Stillwell
Dan Wilkin
Robert Youds