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Yearbook Production - Syllabus
Yearbook Production is a year-long course aimed at producing the
Immaculate Heart High School Yearbook. Students learn about all aspects
of print design, from structure and organization to layout and
typography to the physical printing process. Students document campus
life, creating a book that will be a source for memories years down the
AP Art History - Syllabus
AP Art History is intended not only to prepare students for the AP
Art History exam in May, but also to foster an understanding and
appreciation for the many forms of artistic output throughout human
existence. While focusing primarily on Western art, the course will also
include a survey of non-Western art from Asian, pre-Columbian, African,
and Oceanic cultures. Through this course, students will learn how
context mediates the creation, function, and interpretation of all works
of art. Open to 11th-12th grade by departmental approval.
Introduction to Drawing and Painting - Syllabus
Introduction to Drawing and Painting is a year-long course introducing students to proper techniques in various drawing and painting media. This course is a prerequisite for higher-level courses in the visual arts department. Open to 9th-12th grade.
Printmaking - Syllabus
Printmaking introduces students to the basic techniques of printmaking, connecting them with its rich history and vast possibilities for artistic expression and experimentation. Prerequisite: completion of Introduction to Drawing and Painting. Open to 10th-12th grade.
Graphic Arts - Syllabus
Graphic Arts is an advanced course exploring the possibilities for self-expression and for creative problem solving through digital media. Students learn about the history of graphic design and its importance in a world where images are becoming an ever more important tool for communication. Prerequisite: completion of Introduction to Drawing and Painting and/or departmental approval, open to 10th-12th grade.
Art Photography I - Syllabus
Introduction to Art Photography is a course that introduces students
to digital photography as an art form. Exploring their surroundings
through the camera's lens, students create visual compositions that
utilize the essential elements of art and principles of design.
Additionally, students learn about the history of photography, from its
invention in the early 19th century until the present day. Prerequisite: Introduction to Drawing and Painting, open to 10th grade - 12th grade.
Office Hours: At lunch or after school by appointment in AUD A2 - the art room.