Engaging both the pragmatic and the imaginative, sculpture at Marlboro was an experience at the crossroads of technical skill building and thoughtful informed conceptual inquiry.

Study in sculpture existed along a spectrum, from an extension of broader academic inquiry to a focused and personal expressive investigation. Sculpture served as a bridge to a variety of fields of study and integrated seamlessly into many Plans of Concentration. Through material exploration, hands-on empirical learning, and focused inquiry, students found themselves rethinking how they interact with the world. In the sculpture studio at Marlboro, making was considered thinking, and students constantly found new ways to explore that paradigm.


William Ransom

Sculpture, Visual Arts

Tim Segar

Sculpture, Visual Arts, Environmental Studies