|Medium||wood floors, dog, tennis balls|
|Dimensions||13 ft x 6 ft x 4 ft|
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The goal of the Rinehart School of Sculpture is to train artists for the 21st century, including the art of the moment, and to make sure that each student understands the implications of his or her work. Rinehart students work in many media, from performance and video to traditional metals and stone. Students are assigned to individual studios surrounding a common work area. The work area includes a complete wood and metal shop. The studios open into the shared space so that ideas are exchanged and peer interaction and discourse occur naturally and frequently. In this secure environment, the creative process flourishes, ideas, concepts, and philosophies take shape and become substance.