Intro to Studio Art

Anyone can learn how to draw! This course is intended to be a first experience in the visual arts. Students will be introduced to the

Art History

Students will approach the global art world as active participants and engage with its forms and content as they read, discuss, and write about art,

Intro to Photography

This course offers instruction with formal skills and an opportunity for creative expression through the medium of photography. For inspiration, the class will study current

Honors Studio Art: Drawing

This advanced course is for students who have completed the drawing/painting curriculum including the AP level and Post AP Studio. Students will continue to develop

Intro to Film and Video

This course offers an opportunity for creative expression through the medium of videography. For inspiration, we will study current films and the history of film

Intro to Architecture

Haven’t you always wanted to be an architect? This course introduces students to major movements and themes in architecture, significant architects and buildings throughout history,

Intro to Urban Design

Why is our built environment so ugly? What can we learn from existing cities, like Charleston, Cartagena, and Paris? Students will utilize readings, drawing and

Film and Video 2

This course offers an opportunity for students to pursue more ambitious projects in videography. The class will expand upon the study of current films and

AP Studio Art- Photography

This course expands on the Intro to Photography course, with continued emphasis on the formal elements and principles of design, the history of photography, contemporary

AP Studio Art- Photo (p/f)

See ART309 description. Please note students requesting the graded section receive priority in scheduling.

AP Studio Art- Drawing

This course involves concentrated study in drawing and follows the Advanced Placement syllabus. The fall begins with a review of fundamental technique and includes design