The sculpture facility is located on the bottom floor of Meek Hall and provides spaces for the realization of projects in traditional and contemporary media. Sculpture maintains three dedicated facilities for woodworking, metal fabrication, and casting processes. It also has additional areas including a beginning level teaching room, an advanced level working room, a shared undergraduate room, large graduated studios, and a large outdoor workspace.
The beginning level teaching room includes large working tables, storage for student works, and a large flat screen TV for presentations or DVDs. The advanced teaching room includes large working tables, storage space for student work, a tool room, wax working station, and includes a roll up door for easy access of large materials. The graduate studios are approximately 20’ X 20’ with multiple electrical outlets and plugs located around the room allowing for ample usage of tools.
The woodshop is well equipped with all the essential woodworking tools present. The shop includes a newly purchased Powermatic 66-TA table saw and a Powermatic 3520B Lathe, as well as multiple stationary belt sander/ disc grinders, a oscillating sander, multiple drill presses and scroll saws, several 14” band saws, multiple routers, heavy duty jointer and planar, both stationary and sliding compound miter saws, a dust collection system, large worktables, various hand tools, and a multitude of clamps and vices.