This course is designed to be an in-depth personal study, of a specific 2D or 3D technique and concentration topic of their choice, in addition to demonstration of skills in other mediums. The goal is to explore that medium further and produce the highest quality portfolio level work possible.

This course is an overview of ceramic and sculptural techniques, which will explore art history and personal expression through studio work. A variety of sculptural materials may be used within this course.These may include earthen clay, polymer clay, mixed media, wood, plaster, foam, or soap stone. Some of the techniques covered will include use of the potter’s wheel, sculptural clay building techniques, coil and slab pottery techniques, additive and subtractive sculptural methods, various finishing techniques, and large-scale sculpture.

This course is an exploration of two-dimensional art history, concepts and applied mediums through studio work. A variety of mediums may be used within this course; including pencil, charcoal, pastels, computer design, watercolor, tempera paint, acrylic paint, oil paint, and airbrushing.

This course is to be an exploration of electronically generated art works relative to the fine arts as well as to use in the commercial/graphic arts. Animation concepts covered will include character & story development, musical editing, pre and post-production procedures (editing).

Students will complete projects in a variety of areas of each of the Focus areas we offer. Introduction to Art offers students a well-rounded art education in aesthetics, art history, production skills and art criticism. This will help them to make educated decisions on future art course choices. Students will have an opportunity for personal growth in creativity and self-expression.

Students will complete projects in each of the  Focus areas we have to offer. Intro 3D Art offers students a well-rounded art education in aesthetics, art history, production skills and art criticism. This will help them to make educated decisions on future art course choices. Students will have an opportunity for personal growth in creativity and self-expression.

This course is to be an overview and exploration of three-dimensional concepts and applied mediums through studio work with metals. Projects will encourage quality production and overall craftsmanship. The focus will be on design utilizing metal sculpture, jewelry and mixed materials.

This course is to be an exploration of 35mm photography, digital photography, along with various printmaking methods, history, concepts and applied studio work. Photography concepts covered will include composition and lighting, action photography, portraiture, framing and cropping, controlling exposure and developing an interesting point of view.