Sculpture and Spatial Practice

Yumemi Hiraki installing work at the 2015 Art Graduate Exhibition. Photo: Drew Echberg.
Yumemi Hiraki installing work at the 2015 Art Graduate Exhibition. Photo: Drew Echberg.

Study Sculpture and Spatial Practice at the VCA

Sculpture and Spatial Practice prepares you for a career as a professional practicing artist. At the VCA students have the opportunity to engage with significant contemporary art practitioners, academics and other art industry professionals. Fostering a contemporary art discourse, Sculpture and Spatial Practice offers a studio and workshop-based curriculum where students develop skills in the thinking and making associated with contemporary and traditional sculptural and installation processes.

Students are encouraged to develop their unique artistic endeavours, initially through structured semesters, followed by independently-led studio practice. Student’s in the program produce diverse artistic outcomes that range from object-based sculpture to installation and public art; using techniques and media such as mould making, bronze casting, assemblage, steel and timber construction, video, performance, photography and many other media.

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