Please note! Course description is confirmed for two academic years, which means that in general, e.g. Learning outcomes, assessment methods and key content stays unchanged. However, via course syllabus, it is possible to specify or change the course execution in each realization of the course, such as how the contact sessions are organized, assessment methods weighted or materials used.


Students will explore a particular area of sculpture making that they find personally interesting. Skills, techniques and conceptual thinking with regards to sculpture making will be developed.

Credits: 6

Schedule: 21.10.2024 - 14.04.2025

Teacher in charge (valid for whole curriculum period):

Teacher in charge (applies in this implementation): Denise Ziegler

Contact information for the course (applies in this implementation):

CEFR level (valid for whole curriculum period):

Language of instruction and studies (applies in this implementation):

Teaching language: English. Languages of study attainment: English


  • valid for whole curriculum period:

    Students work independently, using the available workshop facilities and other spaces as needed, to develop their own sculpture projects. On completion the student will arrange to exhibit their work. Feedback and tutoring sessions in small groups. Organizing of an exhibition in the end of the course.

Assessment Methods and Criteria
  • valid for whole curriculum period:

    Successful completion of the project and participating the course exhibition.

  • valid for whole curriculum period:

    120 hours independent working, 42h group meetings and individual tutoring from sculpture lecturer as well as peer feedback.


Study Material
  • valid for whole curriculum period:

    Provided in the course.

Substitutes for Courses


Further Information
  • valid for whole curriculum period:

    Teaching Language: English

    Teaching Period: 2024-2025 Autumn II - Spring V
    2025-2026 Autumn II - Spring V


    Registration priority order:
    1. Students in the Sculpture minor
    2. Priority order to courses is according to the order of priority decided by the Academic committee for School of Arts, Design and Architecture https// 

    Minimum amount of participants is 5 students. Maximum amount of participants is 16 students.

    Non-minor students should consult the teacher prior to their registration.

    After the registration has closed, SISU conducts a raffle to allocate all the seats while considering the possible prioritisation order stated above. If there are more registrants than available seats, ten (10) students from the remaining applicants are drawn and placed on a waiting list in numerical order. On the first day of the course, these students may check for available seats in case of no-shows. Any available seats are then filled in numerical order. Students on the waiting list will receive an email containing details about the registration status, once the registration period has closed.