Sculpture 
School of Art, Design and Media Arts

About the Program

With a faculty of professional artists and the best facilities in the state, the sculpture program offers students the opportunity to explore and realize their artistic identity in three dimensions. Studios include equipment for working in steel, iron, bronze, wood, glass, clay, stone, and mixed media.

Classes in Basic Fabrication and Safety, Forging, Bronze Casting, and Santeros Carving (New Mexico’s 400-year-old tradition of creating figures of saints) allow students to develop their individual artistic vision within the rich environment of the community of artists that is the sculpture department.

The Associate in Arts in Fine Arts with a concentration in sculpture prepares a student to enter a B.F.A. program at a four-year institution or to emerge as a working artist in the creative economy.


Banner Upgrade: Limited Campus Services Starting 2:30 p.m., Friday, May 26

Banner services at SFCC will be unavailable starting at 2:30 p.m., Friday, May 26, while important upgrades take place. The update is expected to last through Sunday, May 28.

During this upgrade, no services that rely on Banner will be accessible. Impacted areas include Financial Aid, Cashier’s Office and the Welcome and Advising Center. Registration for classes, including those in Continuing Education and Dual Credit, will not be available during this time.

Thank you for your patience while these important updates are made. For more information, contact the Office of Information Technology.