Interdisciplinary Sculpture

MICA's interdisciplinary sculpture majors explore a broad range of form, content, techniques, and concepts as they master the skills necessary to express their personal voice. Through a curriculum that combines theory and practice, students develop technical mastery, conceptual sophistication, and an understanding of newer and emerging genres that allows them to create a practice that recognizes the past while envisioning the future.

Interdisciplinary Sculpture at MICA

Sculpture is contemporary art's meta-medium, where artists explore innovative content in the areas of object-making, installation, performance, site-work, time-based art, and digital forms. Students of interdisciplinary sculpture at MICA develop the conceptual content of their work concurrently with practical, hands-on knowledge of materials and fabrication techniques, enabling them to produce work relevant to their personal vision.

READ more about the program's structure and philosophy.

Interdisciplinary Sculpture Alum honored in Forbes

Interdisciplinary Sculpture alumnus and internationally-recognized street artist Gaia '11 made Forbes' list for 2015 30 Under 30 in Art and Style.

For additional information on Gaia and other MICA alumi, read Time After Time: A 50-Year Snapshot of Artistic Success.