Constance DeJong has been exhibiting her somber, reductive sculptures extensively since 1980 in galleries, art centers and museums including a retrospective at the Albuquerque Museum. Museum exhibitions include...
The sculpture programs at UNM offer an exciting and diverse choice of approaches toward working three-dimensionally.
Options include techniques in woodworking, metal fabrication and casting. Additive and subtractive processes in hard and soft materials as well as innovative approaches to installations and site-specific works are also included in our area.
Sculpture courses introduce students to varieties of topics that range from functional sculpture and design to political and public engagement to the purely aesthetic. Advanced sculpture focuses on thesis and the development of individual projects. Although primarily set up for construction techniques, carving, modeling, mold making, bronze casting, installation are all included as part of our curriculum.