• Advanced Photography  Y169
    Students design photographic responses to open-ended prompts, technical experimentation with shooting and editing processes, and exploration of presentation and critique methods. (Prerequisite: Photography 1)

    Animation S172

    This is a semester course that will introduce digital drawing utilizing Wacom tablets and various animation techniques including stop-motion, Adobe Animate, and Blender. Character development, narrative qualities, texture, lighting, space, and timing will be explored around the central concept of artistic expression and visual communication design.


    AP Art History   Y150
    A survey course of art forms throughout history and all parts of the world through class discussions, readings, slide viewing, videos, research, and lecture.

    AP Studio Art   Y162
    Students will develop a high level of skill in the use of color theory, expressive color, positive/negative space, repetitive pattern, design, line and tone, spatial illusion and portraiture. (Prerequisite: 2 credits of fine art electives)

    Ceramics 1 S166
    This course is intended for students who are interested in pursuing the mastery of advanced skills involved in the production of wheel thrown and hand built clay objects.

    Ceramics 2 F170 or S170
    This course is intended for students who are interested in pursuing the mastery of advanced skills involved in the production of wheel thrown and hand built clay objects. (Prerequisite: Ceramics 1)

    Cinema Arts  S158
    Students produce short movies, conduct research on cinema-related topics, and develop value judgments as filmmakers and film consumers

    Commercial Design  S157
    Students will study various lettering styles and techniques, the seven design elements, airbrushing, and computer techniques to better understand commercial art.

    Photography 1  S168
    Students explore photographic theory, process, and history, emphasizing composition skills while learning to use digital and film cameras for work in the darkroom and with Adobe Photoshop.

    Drawing 1   S152
    Students will gain the technical skills needed for the production of drawings through the use of various styles and tools.

    Drawing 2  S153
    Students will use colored pencils, markers, pastels, conte and ink as they experience a concentrated study of landscape, figure and still-life color renderings. (prerequisite: Drawing)

    Jewelry  S164
    Students work with a variety of materials like polymer clays, fused glass, beads, silver, brass, copper and pewter and processes like soldering, sweat soldering, casting and texture impressing.

    Master Studio Art   Y161
    Students will explore realism, surrealism, and abstraction in a drawing form and specific assignments focus on art themes, assigned readings from resources on contemporary art theories. (Prerequisite: 1 credit of fine arts electives)

    Painting   S156
    Students will use watercolors and acrylics as they explore concepts of composition and color theory. (prerequisite: Drawing)

    3D/Sculpture   S165
    Students apply knowledge of elements and principles of design to create objects of wood, metal or clay using additive or subtractive sculpting techniques.

    Printmaking  S159
    Students will gain a working knowledge of the stencil method, photo-silkscreen technique, linoleum relief, and multiple color registration, producing images for posters, commercial art, T-shirt and textile designs. Students will produce images for posters, commercial art, and fine art reproduction. 

     
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