The Intermediate Visual Arts program is for students in grades 6-9 who desire to develop fundamental art skills while growing in their artistic expression, style and visual vocabulary. The students' work is influenced through group and individual critiques, art history discussions and guest artist lectures and workshops.
Through chosen two-hour focused studio, seminar hour, a visual art elective, and two additional choice electives, students are given opportunity to explore multiple media.
Students will choose their courses after the enrollment process. Students who are seeking a wider variety of course options are encouraged to attend both three-week sessions, and will receive a multiple session discount.
All Visual Art students participate in the Visual Arts Studio Seminar.
Students choose one of the following two-hour visual art studios:
- Drawing and Painting
- Sculptural Forms
- Figure Drawing
Students choose one of the following one-hour visual art electives:
- Book Arts
- Digital Arts
- Figure Drawing
And two additional electives in any arts area, including visual arts: view list.
There are open studio tutorials offered two evenings a week.
Students will choose their courses after the enrollment process.
How to Apply
Complete the online application. This program does not require a portfolio for admission. This program enrolls on a first-come, first-served basis, so early application is advised.
Advanced students are invited to apply for the three-week Intermediate Advanced Drawing and Painting summer program (a portfolio is required).
Students returning to the Intermediate Visual Arts program are also highly encouraged to apply for the three-week Intermediate Advanced Drawing and Painting summer program, as it will build on the foundational skills they developed in a previous summer.