Art Foundations 1

is an entry-level course designed for the youngest elementary age student (K-1). This class will provide an overview of Visual Arts while studying a broad variety of art tools and materials. This course is designed to introduce art-related skills, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics. No pre-requisite required

Cost of the class is $60 a month ($240 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-April)
Class is once a week for 1 hour. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Art Foundations 2

is an entry-level course for elementary school visual arts core Curriculum (2-3). This class will provide an overview and introduction to visual arts through studying a variety of art tools and materials. This course is designed to develop higher-level thinking, art-related skill, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics. No pre-requisite required.

Cost of the class is $60 a month ($240 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January- April)
Class is once a week for 1 hour. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Art Foundations 3

is an entry-level course for elementary school visual arts core Curriculum (4-5). This class will provide an overview and introduction to visual arts through studying a variety of art tools and materials. This course is designed to develop higher-level thinking, art-related skill, art criticism, art history, and aesthetics. No pre-requisite required. Cost of the class is $60 a month ($240 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class. Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January- April) Class is once a week for 1 hour. (Day and time TBD) Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Visual Art Survey

Visual Art Survey is an entry-level course designed to teach students the basic elements, principles, processes, materials, and inherent qualities of visual arts. Students will examine a broad range of mediums and processes involved in creating various visual art forms. Art history will be studied and explored through creating artwork in the various styles. Survey of Visual Art students will develop perceptual awareness and aesthetic sensitivity as well as a foundation for a lifelong relationship with the arts. This is an entry level visual arts course for 6-12 grade students who are looking to fulfill the Alaska State Art Curriculum requirements. No pre-requisite required.

Cost of the class is $90 a month ($360 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-May)
Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Drawing 1

Drawing I is an intermediate level drawing course designed to teach students the elements, principles, processes, materials and inherent qualities of visual arts through the study of drawing media. Students will examine a broad range of drawing mediums and processed involved in creating various visual art forms. Students will continue to perfect their skills they developed in Survey of Visual Arts. Drawing mediums to explore are graphite, pen & Ink, charcoal, pastels, etc... Pre-requisites: Survey of Visual Arts.

Cost of the class is $90 a month ( $360 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-May)
Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Drawing 2

Drawing 2 is an intermediate level drawing course designed to strengthen the students observation skills that were introduced in Drawing I. Intermediate level drawing skills will be taught such as triangulation, sighting, and perspective. Drawing from real life will be pursued as will the ability to create effective compositions and ideas using various drawing mediums. Portrait and figure drawing will be used as some of the subject matter in this class. Pre-requisites: Drawing I.

This class should be taken both Fall and Spring semesters to complete all of the curriculum.

Cost of the class is $90 a month ($360 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-April)
Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Advanced Drawing

Advanced Drawing is a course designed to further strengthen the students observation skills that were introduced in Drawing 2. Advanced level drawing skills will be taught such as triangulation, sighting, and perspective. Drawing from real life will be pursued as will the ability to create effective compositions and ideas using various drawing mediums. Portrait and figure drawing will be used as some of the subject matter in this class. This class will prepare the student to take Art Studio where they may choose to complete the AP Art portfolio. Pre-requisites: Drawing 2. This class should be taken both Fall and Spring semesters to complete all of the curriculum. Cost of the class is $90 a month ($360 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class. Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-April) Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD) Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Painting I

Painting I is an intermediate level painting course designed to teach students the elements, principles, processes, materials and inherent qualities of visual arts through the study of painting media. Students will examine a broad range of painting mediums and processed involved in creating various visual art forms. Students will continue to perfect their skills they developed in Survey of Visual Arts. Painting mediums that will be explored are watercolor, acrylic, and oil.
Pre-requisites: Survey of Visual Arts Drawing I/III: Strongly recommended

Cost of the class is $100 a month ($400 a semester ) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-May)
Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Painting 2

Painting 2 is an intermediate level painting course designed to strengthen the students observation skills that were introduced in Drawing I & Painting I. Intermediate level painting skills will be taught using watercolor, acrylic, oil and mixed media. Painting from real life as well as concept will be pursued. Students will gain the ability to create effective compositions and ideas using various painting mediums . Prerequisites Drawing 2 and Painting I.

This class will need to be taken both Fall and Spring semesters to complete all of the required curriculum.

Cost of the class is $100 a month ($400 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class.
Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-May)
Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD)

Below are some examples of student work done in this class.

Advanced Painting

Advanced Painting is a painting course designed to further strengthen the students observation skills that were introduced in Painting 2. Advanced level painting skills will be taught using watercolor, acrylic, oil and mixed media. Painting from real life as well as concept will be pursued. Students will gain the ability to create effective compositions and ideas using various painting mediums . Prerequisites Drawing 2 and Painting 2. This class will need to be taken both Fall and Spring semesters to complete all of the required curriculum. Cost of the class is $100 a month ($400 a semester) and this includes the supplies for projects completed in the class. Class has two sessions: Fall semester (September- December) or Spring semester (January-May) Class is once a week for 1.5 hours. (Day and time TBD) Below are some examples of student work done in this class.