Sculpture I

This class will be a home studio introduction to sculpture, with particular emphasis on the study of how form, space, and a wide variety of materials and processes influence the visual properties of sculpture and the making of meaning. A balance of indoor, outdoor, and/or transient assignments will lead to the development of an understanding of contemporary sculpture, as well as basic technical facility with found objects, common materials, natural earthworks, ergonomics, and three-dimensional design.

Other Information

Please note that section U02 has two class timeframes on Fridays that must be attended. You cannot pick one time or the other.



In the News

‘My art is a reflection of my internal state’: Reflections on exploring sculpture at Princeton | The Daily Princetonian — The Prospect, February 20, 2022

“‘What is a box?’: Confluence, communication, and Schrödinger’s Cat in Introduction to Sculpture” | The Daily Princetonian — The Prospect, March 31, 2022


U01 — Martha Friedman

Tuesdays, 12:30-4:20 PM

U02 — Joe Scanlan

Fridays, 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
and 1:30-3:20 PM