This introductory drawing course is designed to further develop student skills and creative thought processes through an in-depth study of various mediums and techniques. Students will create a wide variety of drawings using various mediums and learn fundamentals like shading, still-life, portraiture, human anatomy, contour, shading, two-point perspective, grid and life drawing. Student experiences will include exploration of elements of art and principles of design, history and cultural applications, contemporary artists, careers, the art of critique, and art appreciation.
- Recommended Grades: 9-12
- Course Number: ART2125
- Credits: 1/2 credit
- Course Fees: $20 *
- Note: Elective; Meets Requirement for Global Scholars Program (GSP)
* Course fees are subject to change. You may be eligible for a fee waiver or reduction. The fee waiver request is included in the August online enrollment process under the socioeconomic status section. Your request will be reviewed by authorized school district personnel.