Sculpture & Physical Computing-School of Art - Carnegie Mellon University

Sculpture & Physical Computing

The sculpture and digital art facilities in Doherty Hall encompass over 15,000 square feet of workshops managed by full-time technicians and after-hour monitors. The shops function as working classrooms and are supplemented by a multi-function Advanced Sculpture classroom (B302), a Concept Studio classroom (B302) and a large outdoor class-room and work-space.  The majority of these classrooms are equipped for video projection and sound. All areas are equipped with dust collection and ventilation systems.

ArtFab

Digital Arts Studio

Woodshop

Small Metals

Ceramics

Installation Art, Mixed ­Media, Eco-Art Space

SHOP SCHEDULES

SUPPLIES (Where to buy stuff in Pittsburgh)

inquiries

Woodshop, DH C202
Sculpture/Welding, DH D200
Contact: Terry Hritz, School Technician
412.268.2203, thritz@andrew.cmu.edu

Small Metals, DH B303/308
Ceramics, DH B301
Contact: Matt Forrest, Printmaking/Metalsmith Technician
412.268.5984, mattforrest@cmu.edu

Sculpture facilities are located on the B, C & D levels of Doherty Hall (DH)