ART 10

Art 10 is worth 5 credits.  The student must achieve a final grade of 50% to obtain credits.  See below this description for Art 20 & 30 descriptions.

Unit 1 Drawing
Students will begin this course with drawing techniques and will experiment with assorted drawing media. 
Assignments:
#1 Art Drawing Techniques
#2 Converting a Sculpture to Basic shapes
#3 Landscape Drawing
#4 Portrait Drawing

Unit 2 Composition
Students will examine the elements and principles of art. Students will experiment in process and technique to apply the elements and principles of art to compositions using color and paints. 
Students will work in three dimensions, - experimenting in a variety of sculptural materials: wood, wire, paper mache, and mixed media. 
Assignments:
Elements of Art Self Check
Principles of Art Self Check
#5 Landscape Painting

Unit 3 Encounters
Students will do a whirlwind tour of Art history to gain perspective in the development of art throughout human history. 
Students will have opportunities at various times to express their own ideas and experiment with imaginative and unusual combinations of materials.
Assignments:
Art History Self Check
#6 Art History Information Cube
#7 Art Synectics - a Sculptural Activity

ART 20

Art 20 is worth 5 credits.  The student must achieve a final grade of 50% to obtain credits.  See below this description for Art 30 description.

Unit 1 Drawing
Students will begin this course with drawing techniques and will experiment with assorted drawing media. 
Assignments:
#1 Art Techniques
#2 Still Life Study
#3 Portrait

Unit 2 Composition
Students will examine the elements and principles of art. Students will experiment in process and technique to apply the elements and principles of art to compositions using color and paints. 
Students will work in three dimensions, - experimenting in a variety of sculptural materials: wood, wire, paper mache, and mixed media. 
Assignments:
Elements of Art Self Check
Principles of Art Self Check
#4 Landscape Painting
#5 Individual Activity

Unit 3 Encounters
Students will do a whirlwind tour of Art history to gain perspective in the development of art throughout human history. 
Students will have opportunities at various times to express their own ideas and experiment with imaginative and unusual combinations of materials.
Assignments:
Art History Self Check
#6 Art Synectics - a Sculptural Activity
#7 Art Synectics - A New Way of Seeing
#8 Art synectics - A New Viewpoint

ART 30

Art 30 is worth 5 credits.  The student must achieve a final grade of 50% to obtain credits.  

Unit 1 Drawing
Students will begin this course with drawing techniques and will experiment with assorted drawing media. 
Assignments:
#1 Developing Personal Drawing style
#2 Drawing for Public display
#3 Art Critique Questionnaire

Unit 2 Composition
Students will examine the elements and principles of art. Students will experiment in process and technique to apply the elements and principles of art to compositions using color and paints. 
Students will work in three dimensions, - experimenting in a variety of sculptural materials: wood, wire, paper mache, and mixed media. 
Assignments:
Elements of Art Self Check
Principles of Art Self Check
#4 Creating Art from Personal Experience
#5 Design of Original artwork
#6 Art Critique Questionnaire

Unit 3 Encounters
Students will do a whirlwind tour of Art history to gain perspective in the development of art throughout human history. 
Students will have opportunities at various times to express their own ideas and experiment with imaginative and unusual combinations of materials.
Assignments:
Art History Self Check
#7 Artist Study
#8 External Influences on the Artist

School Notice

High School Enrollment/Withdrawal Deadline

- High School non primary registration closes Feb 29, 2024
- High School course withdrawal deadline is Feb 29, 2024.
After that date, there is a $200/course withdrawal fee