Syracuse Symposium gets underway with a series of events in September supporting the yearlong theme of “Stories.” The College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) recently caught up Tere Paniagua (TP), executive director of La Casita, to discuss the world premiere…
SU Sculpture Workshop offers art-making facilities to University, Syracuse communities
The sculpture program in Syracuse University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has announced the creation of Sculpture Workshop, an open workshop for University and Syracuse community members that provides time, space and equipment in the program’s facilities in the Comstock Art Facility.
The recently improved sculpture shops are equipped to facilitate a variety of art-making techniques and processes in wood, plastics, metals, mixed media and foundry practices. Sculpture Workshop members have total access to the metal, wood, plastics and foundry facilities and are granted the same studio usage rights and privileges as students enrolled in sculpture courses. Technical expertise and daily access is also provided to all members.
Membership fees per semester are $150 for SU students, $300 for SU I.D. cardholders who are not SU students, and $400 for the general public. For more information or to register, contact Robert Wysocki, assistant professor of sculpture, at email@example.com.