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3D Design

An introduction to crafts that will give students the opportunity to practice weaving, braiding, rug-hooking, basket weaving, beading, paper-mache, leather work and other craft skills.

Art Foundation I 

Student will explore and refine the application of media, techniques, and artistic processes. The projects will help students analyze, reflect on, and apply the structures of art. The student will choose and evaluate artistic subject matter, themes, symbols, ideas, meanings, and purposes. The student will interpret and apply visual arts in relation to cultures, history, and all learning. The course is designed to develop higher-level thinking, art-related technology skill, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics. 

Drawing

This course is designed to provide a basic foundation in art fundamentals. The curriculum will give the student a working knowledge of the elements and principles of art. This course will emphasize hands-on working experience in drawing, composition, and design.

Ceramics I

This course introduces basic ceramic skills to create different forms and vessels. The course begins by learning different techniques in hand-building and wheel throwing, as well as basics of glazing. As students skill increase, projects allow for more exploration of ceramics as a creative art medium. The class emphasizes production and student projects will also draw from art history, current techniques in ceramics, and subjects of personal interest.                                                    

Ceramics II

Ceramics II is an advanced course emphasizing student exploration of ceramics as a sculptural medium, and also aims to refine technical skills and design to a competitive standard. This is a production based course, and students will gain more independence in developing creative ideas in 3D form.

Commercial Art Electronic Media

The Commercial Art Electronic Media class will provide an overview and introduction to graphic design through project based learning activities. With an emphasis on digital production, this course is designed to develop higher-level thinking, art-related technology skill, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics

Printmaking

. Printmaking teaches how to make fine art prints using studio processes such as relief, and stencil. With an emphasis on studio production, this course is designed to develop higher-level thinking, art-related technology skill, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics.

Sculpture I

Sculpture l provides an overview of basic skills used to create three-dimensional works of art. With an emphasis on studio production, students explore various techniques and materials for creative expression.  Some art criticism, art history, and aesthetics may be included.

Sculpture II

Sculpture ll provides greater instruction in skills used to create three-dimensional works of art. With an emphasis on studio production, students explore various techniques and materials for creative expression.  Some art criticism, art history, and aesthetics may be included.        

Choir

Course disclosure.

In Choir, students sing in a choral ensemble, develop vocal skills, and learn to read music. Students also strengthen listening skills and the ability to analyze and evaluate music and music performances.

Music Theory                                                                                                        

This course provides the serious music student with advanced study in the elements of music and music theory of the Common Practice Period, including scales, chords, part-writing, structural analysis, aural recognition, and composition.