Art


2D Art 6

This fun and exciting class meets daily for 4.5 weeks offering a sampling of two-dimensional art experiences.  Students experiment with colored pencils, printmaking, and watercolor.  The vision of this class is to help students relate art to everyday life.

3D Art 6

This fun and exciting class meets daily for 4.5 weeks offering a sampling of three-dimensional art experiences.  Students experiment with clay, sculpture materials, and weaving techniques.  The vision of this class is to help students relate art to everyday life.

Art 7

In this exciting, engaging class, you will create a combination of 2D and 3D artwork.  We will explore a variety of materials and techniques including clay, plaster and drawing.   

Art 8

Students focus on a variety of projects ranging from drawing to painting to sculpture.  Project materials include pencil, colored pencil, acrylic paint, clay, glaze, foam carving, and canvas painting. Students will be introduced to numerous artists, art reproductions, and vocabulary at the beginning of each new unit.  By taking this studio-like course, students will create a wide body of personal artwork and gain valuable art experiences to apply in higher-level courses.  Students’ artwork will be continuously displayed throughout the school.

Digital Art 8

This new and exciting course features the use of iPads and technology to create works of art.  This course focuses on generating digital works of art using applications such as Stop Motion Video, Adobe Draw, Adobe Sketch, Photoshop and Photo Editing Apps.  The skills for this class will be taught through projects in the areas of photography, animation/video, advertising/graphic design, and digital drawing.  Students will be collaborating and communicating with others through the process of critiques and in-process/final projects.  Through this process students will make connections to everyday life and possible careers.  This course helps develop the necessary technical skills a student needs and also stretches a student to think about context and content with respect to their image-making.

Taught by Mrs. Sara Hoffmann and Ms. Lindsey Przybylski