• Production Art 

    Production Art - Pottery 
    1 semester or 1 year
    0.5 or 1.0 Credit: CTE, Fine Arts, or Elective
    FAV 115 (semester)
    FAV 116/117 (year) 
    Open to: 10, 11, 12
    NOTE: Course may be repeated once with prior instructor approval.
    Pottery is a beginning class emphasizing 3-D design, basic tools and methods used in producing ceramic artwork, and employability skills that pertain to working in a professional studio. Students will develop skills in various hand building techniques. A special emphasis on surface decorating and glazing techniques will be explored. Activities will include technique demonstrations, projects, written proposals, and keeping a pottery journal. Repeating students that enroll for a second semester will continue emphasis and development of 3-D design techniques. Students will develop skills and techniques used in wheel thrown pottery as well as more advanced hand building techniques. Second semester students will also help run the studio. 

    Production Art 1
    1 year
    1.0 Credit: CTE, Fine Arts, or Elective
    FAV 101/102
    Open to: 9, 10, 11, 12
    This basic art course explores many approaches to creativity, styles, media and subjects. An understanding of the Elements of Art and Principles of Design is acquired through hands on activities. A structured method of learning lays the foundation in drawing, color theory, and painting, and helps students gain confidence in their creativity. Printmaking, mosaics, and jewelry round out this introductory class.

    Production Art 2
    1 year
    1.0 Credit: CTE, Fine Arts, or Elective
    FAV 104/105
    Open to: 10, 11, 12

    Prerequisite: Production Art 1 or teacher permission.
    NOTE: This course is a prerequisite for AP Studio Art. 
    The purpose of this class is to reinforce your understanding of the Elements of Art and Principles of Design, with a focus on drawing and painting using a variety of media, subjects, and art styles. The assignments will require a high level of thought, detail, skill, and craftsmanship. For that reason, we will be spending more time on each assignment than in Production Arts 1, allowing us to go more deeply into the creation of finished pieces. Some artwork may be selected to show in galleries or juried exhibitions. We will also engage in community art projects and portfolio preparation.  

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