Exploring new materials and fabrication techniques

The Sculpture Program at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania provides a balance of craft and concept development. Students can model, manipulate, cast, fabricate and construct sculptural environments. The courses in sculpture introduce students to a variety of concepts, materials and processes aimed at providing a knowledge base that students can rely upon as they continue to develop. Upper level classes continue to build skills while providing the students with an understanding of how their practice fits into the larger discussions within the contemporary art world.

Sculpture Studio Usage Information

Our Sculpture facilities are only available for students currently enrolled in a Sculpture course,

  • Studio Hours: 24 Hours a Day
  • Studio Phone: (570) 389-4195
  • Studio Location: Simon Hall Top Level

Concentration Resources


Ron Lambert

Associate Professor of Sculpture


(570) 389-4854

Old Science Hall 208


The newly renovated Simon Hall Sculpture Studio includes a welding fabrication / forging area, an area for casting and mold making, and a wood shop furnished with high quality hand and power tools, dust collection and compressed air for pneumatic tools. Future initiatives include public art, new media, and installation art.