Visual Arts Title

Art Teachers:

  • Mrs. DeIuliis
  • Ms. Petrusa

Grade 9 Visual Arts – AVI1O1Grade 9 Visual Arts

This course focuses on the Elements and Principles of Art. Students will also study Prehistoric, Egyptian and Canadian art history, as well as career exploration. Studio work includes drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc. The course evaluation is 70% course work, 20% culminating task and 10% final exam.

 

Grade 10 Visual ArtsGrade 10 Visual Arts – AVI2O1

This course focuses on the Elements and Principles of Art. Students will also study Ancient Greek, Ancient Roman, Early Christian, Byzantine, Romanesque and Gothic art history, as well as career exploration. Studio work includes drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc. The course evaluation is 70% course work, 20% culminating task and 10% final exam.

 

Grade 11 Visual ArtsGrade 11 Visual Arts – AVI3M1

Prerequisite: AVI1O1 or AVI2O1

This course focuses on the Elements and Principles of Art. Students will also study Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism art history, as well as career exploration. Studio work includes drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc. The course evaluation is 70% course work, 20% culminating task and 10% final exam.

Photography ClassGrade 11 Photography – AWQ3M1

Prerequisite: AVI1O1 or AVI2O1

This course focuses on the history of the camera. Students will learn how use a SLR camera, Photoshop, how to apply the Elements of Art and Principles of Design to produce successful photography artwork and career exploration. The course evaluation is 70% course work, 20% culminating task and 10% final exam.

craftGrade 11 Craft – AWA3O1

This course focuses on traditional and non-traditional art. Students will learn how creating multimedia artworks could transform their environmental and human potential. Students will also explore career opportunities in the field of craft. The course evaluation is 70% course work and 30% culminating task.

Grade 12 Visual ArtsGrade 12 Visual Arts – AVI4M1

Prerequisite: AVI3M1

This course focuses on the Elements and Principles of Art. Students will also study Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, Romanticism and Realism art history, as well as career exploration and portfolio preparation. Studio work includes drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking, etc. The course evaluation is 70% course work, 20% culminating task and 10% final exam.

Art ClubArt Club

When: Tuesdays

Time: 2:20 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Where: 112

*Note: there will be no Art Club meetings on the first Tuesday of every month. Please listen to the morning announcements for any changes to the schedule.