The turgid trajectory of sculpture in education (from the archives)

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To celebrate International Sculpture Day on 24 April, we revisit this 2018 article that asks whether our education system is failing sculpture.

Sculpture has long been one of the core disciplines taught at art school, however within those departments a kind of push-and-pull between tradition and technology has arisen, as new methods impact sculptural practice in the 21st century.

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