Sculpture Studio is home to the Stamps School foundry, which is where you’ll be able to discover how to cast objects in bronze and aluminum. It also has facilities for clay modeling, woodworking, large-scale sculpture, prototyping, and plastic casting. If you are taking a course on 3D anatomy, bronze sculpture, contemporary sculpture, or experimental architecture, you will be spending a lot of time here. And while you’re here, you’ll find out about powdercoating equipment, vacuum pots for degassing silicones, wax-filled stainless steel vats, and Tig welders. You can gain access to the studio by enrolling in a studio-based course or by requesting access from the studio coordinator.
Location & Contact Info
Rooms 1258, 1262 and 1259, Art & Architecture Building
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday — Friday.
After hour access via card reader.
Matthew Bierl, Materials Fabrication Studio Coordinator
Office: 1075 AA
Phone: (734) 764-6807
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