Visual Arts

Art 10, 20, 30

Credits: 5 per course

Prerequisites: None for Art 10 level. 20/30 require successful completion of the previous level Practice and refine drawing, sketching, and composition skills and techniques.

  • Extend knowledge and familiarity of design elements and principles to develop personal style in two and three dimensional images
  • Use art criticism to analyze and evaluate your work and the work of others 
  • At higher levels, investigate technology’s impact on the artist’s intentions and production; question sources of images that are personally relevant

Art IB 20, 30

Credits: 5 per course
Prerequisites: 20-level: Successful completion of Art 10 and Teacher Recommendation. 30-level: successful completion of 20-level

  • Focuses on three major components of learning in the visual arts: function, creation, appreciation
  • Examine the impact of international influences and modern technology on modern art
  • Examine modern art’s impact on society
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