This course is recommended for students who want to take other courses in the Art Department. Emphasis will be on acquiring knowledge of design and applying it to the major project areas of drawing, painting, sculpture and graphics. A general knowledge of art history will also be obtained along with art appreciation related to project work.
This course is designed for students who wish to continue with the art program. Art 2 students will explore a more “in-depth” study of the major art areas with emphasis on careers in art. Art 3 students will be involved with advanced project work in specialized art areas. Art 4 students will use the course for portfolio development. Art history and appreciation will be a part of each level within the course.
This semester course is designed to expose students to careers related to visual arts, grow creativity, and develop communication skills through writing and talking about art. In this course students will explore visual arts related careers such as tattoo artist, cake designer, food truck operator, fashion designer, comic book artist, graffiti artist, graphic designer, SFX artist, jewelry designer, and more!
This course is designed for students who like to work with crafts. Basic projects with paper, fabric, wood, clay, and other materials will be explored. A history of arts and crafts within different world cultures will be a focus in this course.
Drawing & Painting
This course offers a wide variety of experiences. Students will work with all types of drawing and painting mediums including pencil, charcoal, pastel, tempura, watercolor, and oil paints. Subjects include the human figure, portraits, animals, and still life with application of conceptual color usage.
Digital Imaging will focus on digital media with an emphasis on photography. This introductory course will lead you to an understanding of the basics of using digital photographs and other digital media. Students must possess or have access to a digital camera.