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Stanley , Jacob

Assistant Professor
School of Fine and Performing Arts

Studio West
(636) 949-4333

Course Information

Term Course Course Name

FA SEM 15 ART 13600 21  Three-Dimensional (3-D) Design (GE-FineArt)
FA SEM 15 ART 22100 21  Sculpture I
FA SEM 15 ART 24000 11  Ceramics I (GE-FineArt)
FA SEM 15 ART 32000 21  Sculpture II
FA SEM 15 ART 38638 LST1  Special Topics: Packing and Shipping Artwork
FA SEM 15 ART 42000 21  Sculpture III
FA SEM 15 ART 52000 21  Sculpture
FA SEM 15 ART 54000 11  Ceramics
SP SEM 16 ART 13600 21  Three-Dimensional (3-D) Design (GE-FineArt)
SP SEM 16 ART 13600 22  Three-Dimensional (3-D) Design (GE-FineArt)
SP SEM 16 ART 22100 11  Sculpture I
SP SEM 16 ART 32000 11  Sculpture II
SP SEM 16 ART 38630 LST1  Special Topics: Sculpture Installation
SP SEM 16 ART 42000 11  Sculpture III
SP SEM 16 ART 42100 11  Sculpture IV


Jacob Stanley is a sculptor who focuses on temporary site-responsive installations. He earned his master of fine arts (MFA) from the University of Tennessee and a Bachelor of Arts from DePauw University. Over the course of his career Professor Stanley has received numerous awards and participated in several group and solo shows. In the summer of 2008 and 2009 he was an artist in residence at Art Channel, in Beijing China and Franconia Sculpture Park in Minnesota, respectively. Recently he finished a large-scale commission for the city of New Albany, IN to help commemorate their Bicentennial. His work is in a variety of venues and galleries including: Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, TN, InLight Richmond,VA and the  Lexington Arts League, KY. Stanley’s work is generated from informed intuition and designed with a focus on workmanship. His aim is to create artwork that stays in a state of dynamic stasis—between collapse and construction, tension and balance, refinement and rawness.       

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