Sequence of Courses

Advanced Placement®

Studio Art

(Art 10 pre-AP --> Art 20 pre AP --> Art 30/31AP)

Students enrolled in the Advanced Placement studio courses will develop mastery in artistic concept, composition and execution. An unique opportunity for those students who wish to develop a more in-depth and technical study in the visual arts. Emphasis is placed upon art history.

Creativity, technical skills and independent thinkers are some the goals of the AP Studio Art courses. Students will submit quality portfolios in the areas of 2-D Design, 3-D Design and/or Drawing depending on their area of expertise for evaluation. The 2-D Design portfolio consists of photography, book illustration, print making, graphic design, digital imaging, collage, fabric design, weaving and video production.  Whereas the 3-D Design involves sculptural work, architectural models, metal work and fibre art. The Drawing portfolio may include light and shade, line quality, composition and illusion of depth.  Students have personalized learning as their self-expression and vision will inspire observer.

Visual Arts

Sequence of Courses

Advanced Placement®

Studio Art

(Art 10 pre-AP --> Art 20 pre AP --> Art 30/31AP)

Students enrolled in the Advanced Placement studio courses will develop mastery in artistic concept, composition and execution. An unique opportunity for those students who wish to develop a more in-depth and technical study in the visual arts. Emphasis is placed upon art history.

Creativity, technical skills and independent thinkers are some the goals of the AP Studio Art courses. Students will submit quality portfolios in the areas of 2-D Design, 3-D Design and/or Drawing depending on their area of expertise for evaluation. The 2-D Design portfolio consists of photography, book illustration, print making, graphic design, digital imaging, collage, fabric design, weaving and video production.  Whereas the 3-D Design involves sculptural work, architectural models, metal work and fibre art. The Drawing portfolio may include light and shade, line quality, composition and illusion of depth.  Students have personalized learning as their self-expression and vision will inspire observer.

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