High School Visual Arts
Concordia’s High School Visual Art curriculum is a sequential course of study. The history of art is integrated in each course and students are introduced to a side range of media, style and thought. Our curriculum develops visual literacy and creates life-long learners and appreciators of the Arts. Inherent for each class is the pursuit of excellence in technique, process and concept—empowering the serious art student’s quest for artistic distinction. Courses are held in the Rittmann Center for the Fine Arts studios, the Clay Studio and the Technology Center.
Spring 2018 Thematic Art Exhibition
Review of 2016 Semester 1 HS Art Exhibition
Looking at art through a magnifying glass. This year’s show featured art made within a 20 X 20cm format. Nevelson Boxes, Tiny Cityscapes, Miniature Succulents, Shrunken Colorful Sculptures, Tiny Houses and Photographs. Come experience the art of a miniature world.
During the months of January and February , each member of the HS classes of semester 1. Clayworks, Handbuilding, Photography and Computer Art displayed their pieces in the HS PC Cafe, HS 2nd floor Gallery Space and in the P133 Gallery area. Also members of the yearly courses of Foundations of Art, Studio Art, Advanced Studio and AP Studio Art displayed their pieces in the PC Hallway of Flags and Rittmann Center lobby and the Mezzanine. Animal Sculptures, Various themed Photography, Three Point Perspective Linear Drawings, Bowls, Cups and Creative Pottery, and Computer Graphic Designs inspired those who walked by the various display areas throughout Concordia’s campus and view our students’ wonderful artwork.