Studio Art

The purpose of the Middle and High School Studio Art courses at Headwaters is to introduce students to the languages, concepts, and practices of art through visual and art historical perspectives.
Students will be engaged in discussion about the elements of art, such as content, composition, style, method and materials. Students will also be introduced to a range of visual art practices, including drawing and painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, conceptual and installation art, video art, earthworks, and performance art, as well as craft and graphic design.

The Studio Art program culminates in the IB Visual Art program as students challenge their own creative and cultural expectations. 

The Elementary Arts program at Headwaters provides children with opportunities to apply their imagination and explore their creative instincts while learning a wide variety of techniques. The program is broadly based, and includes instruction in drawing, painting, printmaking, clay, collage, sculpture, and crafts. Projects become more complex from grade to grade, but are adapted to the children as they grow in order to further inspire their interests and empower them in their own abilities.

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