Ms. Smith's Art Class

Welcome to Art!

What is an art education? It is an area of education that provides programs in art production, art history, aesthetics, and art criticism for students in the public schools.

 "Every child is born an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up".
Pablo Picasso, Spanish Artist, 1881-1973

Class Schedule

First period-Art III/IV
Second Period-Conference
Third Period-Art I
Fourth Period-Art I
Fifth Period-Art II
Sixth Period-Art I
Seventh Period-Art I 

Semester Syllabus/ 1st Semester 
Art I-IV: Drawing, Painting
2nd Semester
Art I-IV: Printmaking, Ceramics/Sculpture

Project: One or two per six weeks.
Sketch book
Art History/Career report
Weekly participation 

 Students must research materials (Artist, Art Movement, or Culture)
to create a thumbnail,  and a rough draft. 
For research, students may use classroom textbooks, internet, take and print personal photos
 or create a composition by observing a still life. 

All  projects must be original, creative and created with skill.

All projects that are submitted for contests must follow contests rules.

Janet Wilson