Figurative Sculpture class brings student one step closer to dream career in Dentistry.
My name is Jess Micale and I am a senior Biology major and Financial Planning minor here at Saint Joes. I decided to choose these fields of study to prepare me the best for dream career in Dentistry. However, a large part of Dentistry is the ability to assess problems using your own hands, artistic ability, and fine motor skills- something that Biology and Finance could not teach me. I took a leap of faith and enrolled in a Figurative Sculpture class in the fall of 2019 in an effort to develop these necessary manual dexterity techniques.
I could not be happier with my decision to take a class in the Art department. Throughout my journey in figurative sculpture I was able to refine my aesthetic sensibility and grow my perception of the human body. I found myself constantly drawing connections between art and my background in science. I discovered that the two subjects go hand-in-hand. Through the class I made substantial progress in cultivating my artistic capabilities and advancing my scientific education. These skills I will now be able to take with me as I transition from undergrad to dental school next year. I am so grateful that the Art department has provided me with the tools I needed to take on my future!
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