Glasgow School of Art: Fine Art Practice (Sculpture)

InstitutionGlasgow School of Art
Department School of Fine Art
Telephone 0141 353 4500
Study type Taught


This specialist pathway offers students opportunity to engage with the expanded field of theory and practice of Sculpture, specifically with emphasis on place and context. Through a combination of studio practice, access to specialist workshop facilities, critical discourse, as well as potential links with Sculpture and Environmental Art’s external partners, it offers a challenging and motivating environment through which to experiment, reflect and develop new individual directions. The Sculpture pathway will culminate in a self-directed enquiry, which, through practice, will test and investigate theoretical approaches to making, collaboration and social engagement. The Sculpture pathway provides unrivalled studio and workshop facilities in the centre of the city, with access to high end workshops and exhibition spaces, offering ambitious working opportunities in terms of scale, space and install. As well as creative opportunities, the programme provides further professionalising experiences through its Industry standard certification for use of workshops and equipment. As such, it offers opportunity for students to hone and develop professional skills in relation to the specific challenges presented by each particular context, offering a unique catalyst for learning, dialogue, development and production.


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