How does Visual Arts enrich the student experience?
The Visual Arts in Middle and Upper Schools offer students a spectrum of courses that introduce them to all art forms and mediums. Students create and collaborate on projects that are shared communally.
Sculpture classes experiment with recyclable materials, wood working, clay, and more
General Studio Art is offered to 5th and 6th graders and all Upper School students
7th and 8th graders work with 2 Dimensional studies including color theory, value studies, sketching, and painting
Advanced Placement Studio Art requires burgeoning artists to create thematic portfolios
College level Art History delves into movements, chronological periods, artists, and techniques of particular pieces
Electives Contemporary Mixed Media and Community and Public Art take students beyond the walls of the classroom as they work with installation, environmental, and performance art
More than merely discovering mediums and techniques, the visual arts curriculum discovers how art can enrich communities and provide a combination of public service, art, and collaboration.
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Pulaski Academy is an independent, coeducational, college preparatory day school for 2 1/2-year-olds through 12th grade students.