• <strong>Crafts</strong>

    Crafts


    Crafts is an introductory level course designed to introduce students to basic concepts of 2- and 3- dimensional techniques in paper, cloth and other mixed media. Students will learn techniques in measuring, gluing, cutting and sewing.


    The curriculum is broad and challenging, with a central focus on mastery of tools, design techniques, and proper handling of equipment and safety. This course is appropriate for 9th through 12th grade students.



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  • <strong>Advanced Crafts & Three Dimensional Design</strong>

    Advanced Crafts & Three Dimensional Design


    This course will allow students to expand on their skills from the previous course, with exploration in real-world applications of design elements. Students will apply these elements in projects in cold and warm glass techniques and mold-making processes to pour metal for 3-D forms, jewelry, and ceramics. Instructor approval is required. This course is appropriate for 10th through 12th grade students.



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  • <strong>Sculpture I and II</strong><br />(Read More...)

    Sculpture I and II
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    These courses provide an exploration of the third dimension in art. The first course is devoted to creating in various media, such as clay and plaster, investigating many different approaches to sculpture, while the second course provides further exploration of the third dimension in art.


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  • <strong>Art IV/Sculpture III</strong>

    Art IV/Sculpture III


    This advanced class is for the dedicated, task oriented student who is possibly moving toward an Advanced Placement Portfolio. This class includes a mixture of class assignments and independent study, working with professional tools and media. Emphasis will be placed on building a body of artwork that could be used in and AP Portfolio. This course is appropriate for 11th through 12th grade students.



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  • <strong>Studio Art AP/3D</strong>

    Studio Art AP/3D


    Advanced Placement Studio Art is a course designed to fulfill the requirements of the College Board program of study. AP Studio Art is a challenging and rigorous course that has at its core the generation of a substantial body of very high quality works of art.


    The coursework is expected to be at the college level in terms of its quality in subject, content and form. Students are required to take the AP Exam. This course is appropriate for 11th through 12th grade students.



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