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VISUAL ARTS VISUAL ART I: 1 Credit Course #3501 This is a foundation course designed to introduce students to the visual arts. The elements and principals of art will be used to provide a broad variety of experiences in drawing, design, paintings, print-making, sculpture, critical thinking exercises, and art history. VISUAL ART II –Drawing/Painting: 1 Credit Course #3502D Prerequisite: Visual Arts I This elective course is a continuation of study for students who have satisfactorily completed Visual Art I and see art as an interesting and challenging subject. There is a continuing focus on art elements with an emphasis on higher level drawing and painting techniques. Components of art history, art criticism, and aesthetics are also incorporated. VISUAL ART III –Drawing/Painting: 1 Credit Course #3503D Prerequisite: Theatre Arts II – Drawing/Painting This course is a continuation of Visual Arts II - Drawing/Painting with an emphasis of students working more independently. VISUAL ART IV - Drawing/Painting: 1 Credit Course # 3504 Prerequisite: Visual Arts I, II, III Students enrolled per approval of the instructor This elective course is a continuation of study for students who have satisfactorily completed Visual Art I, II, and III and are self motivated and wish to be challenged to create mature art pieces. There is a continuing focus on art elements and principles and higher level drawing and painting techniques are expected. Components of art history, art criticism, and aesthetics are also incorporated. Student will work more independently toward a portfolio similar to AP Studio.

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