Hunerkada Professional Sculpture
About The Sculpture Diploma Course

Sculpture and three-dimensional design involves space, materials, techniques, and ideas. It is an art of the extraordinary, as well as the everyday. No longer tied to architecture, mimesis, or commemorative representation sculpture now appears in a variety of forms including as installations, collaborations, projections, appropriations, interventions, performances, and experimental projects that address formal concerns, including issues of urbanism, identity, historical memory, economics, the environment, and even geopolitics.

Examples of such “expanded” sculpture include public art made to attach to buildings or to be given away, inflatable homeless shelters and wearable art for street demonstrations.

Eligibility Criteria

  • No age Restriction
  • Minimum Education Matric
  • Batch System

Documents Required

  • Copy of ID Card
  • Copy of Last Education
  • Passport Size Photograph (1)