Facilities The Thomas Street Art Complex is a welcoming space and community of art-makers. A 16,000 sq. ft. industrial warehouse near downtown, Thomas Street includes a foundry, wood and metal shops, a computer lab with editing software, 3D printers and a CNC router, sewing machines, and clean workspace. Additionally, there is a devoted student project space that allows graduate and undergraduate students to undertake ambitious, experimental exhibitions, collaborations, or long-term works. Graduate Sculpture Graduate students receive large studio spaces and 24-hour access to the facilities. Generous graduate assistantships and fellowships are awarded yearly. There is ample opportunity to explore teaching and grants are available for materials, travel, and research expenses. In addition to space and financial resources, graduate students are offered studio visits with notable national and international artists, local and national exhibition opportunities, and sustained mentorship. The three-year graduate program culminates in a exhibition at the Georgia Museum of Art. Undergraduate Sculpture BFA students focus on fabrication skills, problem-solving, and the study of contemporary sculptural practices. They examine formal and conceptual issues in three-dimensional art, with training that includes processes of wood and metal construction, modeling, CAD (Computer Aided Design), physical computing, mold-making, and casting. Undergraduates work toward self-directed studio practices. BFA sculpture majors can apply for a personal studio space in the Thomas Street Art Complex.