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Sculpture Studios

Intimacy and intensity are the pillars of BU’s sculpture programs, offered through the College of Fine Arts School of Visual Arts. Students spend many hours doing studio work in our spacious studios while working closely with sculpture faculty experts, peers, and visiting artists.

Undergraduate sculpture students are assigned private studios at the start of their junior year. Spacious and light-filled, the studios have expansive views of Boston and the Charles River from the fifth floor of the CFA Building in rooms 558 and 559.

Students also have access to their own fully equipped woodshop, spray room, materials room, a ceramics studio, open communal workspaces, and a space dedicated to temporary installations and group critique.

Additional facilities available to undergraduates through elective courses include a welding shop, black-and-white darkrooms, a digital photography lab, and digital media studios including vinyl cutters and a Risograph printer.

Graduate students have 24-hour access to large personal studios on the 3rd floor of the 808 Building in room 347. The studios are approximately 250-350 square feet.

MFA students have full access to a woodshop, printshop, and spray room adjacent to the studios.

With proper training, additional facilities available to graduate students include a welding shop, ceramics facilities, black-and-white darkrooms, and digital media studios including vinyl cutters and 3D printers.

Get a peek inside BU’s Sculpture Studios

The Sculpture program at BU regularly works with EPIC (Engineering Product Innovation Center), a pioneering facility at Boston University for fabrication that offers laser cutting, 3D printing, robotic manufacturing, and more.

Students can also check out the Visual Arts Resource Library, a non-circulating collection of books, exhibition catalogs, directories, magazines, and sound and video recordings available for School of Visual Arts students and faculty. In addition to housing an over 6,000-volume reference collection, the library‚Äôs digital resources include Apple desktop computers fully loaded with the Adobe Creative Cloud and a large-format digital scanner. A collection of digital equipment, including digital still and video cameras, digital projectors, audio recording equipment, lighting kits, and more, are available for short terms loans to SVA students and faculty.

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