Sculpture

Inquire. Learn. Practice.

Faculty: Phillip Shore, Associate Professor

Sculpture at the University of Dallas, although not materially specific, revolves around the realization of ideas through material manipulation. With studio space connected directly to well equipped shops, students are provided with the means to develop a command of a chosen medium and produce professional works of art ready for display.

Students with an inquisitive nature, who are eager to learn and who are willing to invest the time in rigorous studio practice to excel in their chosen discipline find a home at University of Dallas.

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How to Build a Shortwave Radio

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Thomas S. Hibbs Appointed President of University of Dallas

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