The visual arts program provides and opportunity to study such media as painting, drawing, sculpture, jewelry, digital imagery, photography, ceramics, glass, print making, and mixed media. Students also may take courses in Advanced Placement Art History and Advanced Placement Studio Art. The curriculum encompasses art history, current trens, critical thinking, and studio experience with specialized equipment. The program allows the student to meet visiting artists and engage in art experiences outside the classroom. Students will also be involved in the exhibition
process of Blake's Gallery 501.
Spring Auditions will be done virtually. Once you have applied, you will receive an email with step-by-step instructions for your audition!
Auditions will be interview style; you will present your artwork and answer questions about the artwork and past school work.
The program requires after-school commitments from both students and parents.
Supplies covered by the classroom budget will not cover all costs of all projects done in class
What to bring: