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Sculpture program

The Sculpture program at SUNY New Paltz provides students with a broad foundation of technical, conceptual, critical, and professional skills to facilitate the execution of their ideas and careers. The Sculpture faculty, Associate Professor Steven Bradford and Associate Professor Emily Puthoff, encourage an interdisciplinary approach and the Sculpture curriculum reflects the expansive breadth of media, techniques, content and contexts inherent within contemporary sculpture practice. Courses are offered in installation, site-specific and situational sculpture, time-based media, kinetics and electronics, and sound, as well as traditional sculpture processes such as casting, welding/metal fabrication, and material investigations. Students have ample opportunity to further their professional skills and research with internships and fieldwork projects within the abundant local art resources both in the Hudson Valley and nearby New York City.

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In the Spotlight

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The Veterans Project: Leaving Theatre

The Office of the President, the Division of Enrollment Management, the Department of Theatre Arts, and the Office of Veteran and Military Services presents: The Veterans Project: Leaving Theatre, Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 3:00 P.M. in Parker Theatre.


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Fighting for Survival: SUNY New Paltz presents The Trojan Women

The Department of Theatre Arts at SUNY New Paltz presents Euripides’ tragedy, The Trojan Women, Feb. 26 – March 8, in Parker Theatre located on the New Paltz campus. The…


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Art history professor releases new book on Gothic art and Romantic literature

Kerry Dean Carso, associate professor of art history, has written “American Gothic Art and Architecture in the Age of Romantic Literature,” published by the University of Wales Press. The book…


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