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Visual Arts 

ART I-IV/AP Art

Basic to advanced art classes. Activities include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and an introduction to crafts such as jewelry (metal and clay). Processes that will emphasized, student learning within the following visual arts concepts; individual artistic perception, creative visual expression, artistic production, media selection and techniques, aesthetics, appreciation of historical and multi-cultural contributions to visual arts, artistic criticism and the principles and elements of design.

Grade Placement:9-12
Prerequisites:Previous art class

This course is worth 1 credit.

Art II-III Ceramics

Art students may elect to concentrate on clay as an art form. Activities will center on production of functional objects such as bowls, goblets, vases, plates, etc., and non-functional throwing techniques on the potter's wheel and application of glazes. The study culminates in the integration of wheel thrown and hand built forms for sculptural effects. Portfolio development, correct oral and written communication, as they relate to the visual arts, will be integral in all aspects of this course. Vocational opportunities and requirements will be analyzed.

Grade Placement:10-12
Prerequisites:Art I

This course is worth 1 credit.

 
 
 

Butler, Jennifer Lynn
Teaches:Art I

Room: 2102
Email: 
jbutler3@aisd.net
Phone: 682-867-8370
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here.

Reeder, Susan Leslie
Teaches:Art I-IV&AP Art & Ceramics

Room: 107
Email: 
sreeder@aisd.net
Phone: 682-867-6998
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here.

Thomas, Cindy Ann
Teaches:Art I-III

Room: 122
Email: 
cthomas@aisd.net
Phone: 682-867-7092
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here.

Turner, Tricia Lynette
Teaches:Art I&II&IB Art

Room: 124
Email: 
tturner1@aisd.net
Phone: 682-867-7000
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 here.

 

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