Students will

  • gain an understanding of the diversity of the art world from a historical and contemporary perspective.  

  • compare art forms, modes of expression, and processes across a range of historical periods and/or structures (such as political, geographic, economic, social, cultural, religious, intellectual)

  • draw on historical or cultural perspectives to create or evaluate art.  

  • apply their unique sense of creativity and craftsmanship to studio projects.

  • develop and apply critical thinking skills.

  • demonstrate written and oral communication skills.

  • attend art exhibitions in their community.

Academic Year    


2012/2013   Report
2010/2011   Report
2008/2009   Report
HED Report
2007/2008   Report
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