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Sculpture Facilities

glen mackinnon and student working on sculpture

Location: W840 & W890

The Sculpture Facilities include the wood shop, metal shop, ceramics area, plaster room, as well as a bronze and aluminum foundry.

Sculpture Facilities Hours

Once the necessary training requirements have been met, students are allowed to work in the Sculpture Facilities according to the following schedule; which has been updated for the 2020-2021 Academic Year.

W840 - Work shop (includes Wood Shop and Sculpture Studio):
Monday - Thursday, 8:30 am - 6:00 pm
Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Monday - Friday, closed one hour over the lunch break
CLOSED Weekends and Holidays

W823 (Advanced Studio) & W890 (Senior and Graduate Studio):
Open 24 hours

Supplementary Studio Spaces:
Daily: 8:30AM-Midnight

These hours are subject to change based on technician availability and also Fall and Spring Reading Weeks, and at the end of each semester.  Notices will be posted on the appropriate studio/shop door to alert users of any change in hours.

More information

Please visit the Art Technican's Office:
W848 or email Mary-Anne McTrowe
W814 or email Jarrett Duncan

Facilities Manager:
W838 or email Niall Donaghy

Who can use the space

Art students who have met all necessary training requirements. Please see the contact link.

Technical Specifications

  • Bronze & aluminum foundry, forge, MIG & stick welders
  • Sawstop table saw, band saws, miter saw, jointer, drill presses, other hand & power tools
  • Grinding room with downdraft tables for finishing & detailing bronze work
  • Ceramics area with Bailey electric kiln, pottery wheels, slip casting & hand building equipment
  • Plaster room for mould making & casting
  • Digital fabrication equipment including 4-axis CNC router CNC plasma cutter