The Sculpture program is suitable for artists seeking to refresh their outlook and expand their skills in creating and communicating ideas in three dimensions.
Through basic manipulation of materials, students will learn the tools and techniques for both additive and subtractive processes using metal, clay, recycled materials, stone, wood, modeling, casting and building. Professional practices in presentation, business, and marketing are addressed to develop individual student plans for exhibiting and selling work in different venues.
This 15-week program is delivered in an intensive format, and is the equivalent to two semesters of full time studies.
Why Choose Fleming
This program is delivered at Fleming College’s Haliburton Campus, located in central Ontario's spectacular Haliburton Highlands region and home to the Haliburton School of The Arts, renowned for outstanding arts programming. Designed for visual artists, the contemporary architecture maximizes natural light in the studios, classrooms and common areas. It's the perfect environment to flourish as an artist.
Fleming students have unique and flexible options for earning their diploma in the visual arts. Once students have completed their certificate, they can continue their education by enrolling in two more semesters of study to complete their Visual and Creative Arts diploma. Students can continue their arts education through transfer agreements with Sheridan College, Emily Carr University of Art and Design and OCAD University (Ontario College of Art and Design).
Is this You?
- interested in exploring sculpture as a means of artistic expression
- committed to ongoing exploration of your own creativity
- willing to learn from others
- manual dexterity
- ability to commit to intensive format
- You have started a life-long learning experience in the discipline of sculpture with endless options in your pursuit of a career in this field.
- This program will appeal to the serious student who is seeking to build an excellent foundation portfolio of work before pursuing further studies, to apply their learning to another medium, or to explore apprenticeship, freelance, or teaching career options.
Minimum Admission Requirements
OSSD with the majority of credits at the College (C) and Open (O) level, including:
- 2 College (C) English courses (Grade 11 or Grade 12)
When (C) is the minimum course level for admission, (U) or (U/C) courses are also accepted.
If you are 19 years of age or older before classes start, and you do not possess an OSSD, you can write the Canadian Adult Achievement Test to assess your eligibility for admission.
There will be an additional expense of approximately $200 for textbooks and equipment in addition to the material fee included in the tuition.
For more information see the Pathways to University page.
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