The Sculpture and Spatial Practice major enables students to develop their own artistic and research practice, engaging with leading contemporary practitioners and theoreticians in a studio-based curriculum. Students develop their practice through projects that use a wide range of approaches, including socially-engaged art, video installation, publishing, performance, digital fabrication, and traditional sculptural processes such as bronze casting, soft sculpture, and metal and wood construction. Material and conceptual methods are developed in response to students' own interests, contextualized in relation to relevant contemporary art practices and discourses. These projects address broader issues in the world today and students develop research skills to bring appropriate ideas and methods from other fields into their work. This approach foregrounds the political implications of artistic decisions and material resolutions.