|Sculpture requires prior counselor approval for requirement(s) #2c.|
|Sculpture merit badge|
|BSA Advancement ID:||101|
|Latest pamphlet revision:||2008|
|“||This merit badge introduces Scouts to sculpture, an art form that allows an artist to express what he sees and feels by using these three dimensions by shaping materials such as clay, stone, metal, and wood.||”|
The Sculpture merit badge was one of the original 57 merit badges issued by the Boy Scouts of America in 1911.
Sculpture merit badge requirements
| A FREE workbook for Sculpture is available here! |
with the maps, charts, links, diagrams, and checklists you need!
|meritbadge.org has PDF and DOC versions of|
Boy Scout merit badge workbooks,
Webelos workbooks, and Cub Scout workbooks.
- The Sculpture Merit Badge requirements were updated in 2008.
- 1: Safety Procedures for Sculpture University of Virginia's studio rules.
- 2a. Enough clay for a life-sized head is very expensive. Instead, we had them sculpt at a local clay shop, took photos of their heads, and did not need to purchase the clay (only the studio time).
- 2b: It's So Easy to Cast Plaster! How to make a plaster cast of almost anything.
- 3: Careers for Sculptors From Sculpture.org.
- Boy Scout Merit Badges: Architecture - Art - Basketry - Bugling - Cinematography - Cooking - Graphic Arts - Indian Lore - Leatherwork - Metalwork - Model Design and Building - Music - Photography - Pottery - Sculpture - Theater- Wood Carving - Woodwork
- Venturing: Arts and Hobbies Bronze Award - Outdoor Living History (Ranger Award elective)
- Webelos Activity Badges: Artist - Craftsman - Showman
- Cub Scout Belt Loops & Pins: Art - Music
General Merit Badge information
- An Introduction to Merit Badges – how to get started, who chooses the counselor, etc.
- Merit Badge Application – offers online resources to let you print "Blue Cards," etc.
- Additionally: List of Merit Badges by Field of Study – Merit Badge Pamphlets & Libraries