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Andy Doando
Hannah Badger
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Devin Tran
Daniel Choi
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Stephen Hearn
Vu Mai

Digital Art Classes

Digital Art A/B
0.5 credit per semester
Students use the computer as a tool to create portraits, illustrations, commercial/advertising art, and animations. Students discuss ethical and safety issues in the use of computers as an instructional tool. A variety of techniques, processes, and applications are studied. Guest speakers and experts in the field of digital art introduce and describe careers. Students work to develop criteria for judgment of digital artwork. A portfolio of digital art is produced.
Grade Level: 9-10 - 11 - 12

Studio Art 2-D, Advanced Digital Art A/B
0.5 credit per semester
This program focuses on more advanced projects and builds on the knowledge gained from the Digital Art A/B. This class focuses on advanced techniques in Photoshop and Illustrator. More latitude is given when students complete projects to incorpororat more personal direction. Advanced Digital Art is strongly recomended before the Digital Art AP course.
Grade Level: 10 - 11 - 12

Studio Art 2-D, Advanced Placement Digital Art
0.5 credit per semester
This individualized program focuses on art projects that demonstrate the competencies expected of Advanced Placement art applicants, as identified by the College Board. Students assemble portfolios to meet the submission requirements for the AP Exam. This course may be repeated once for credit.
Prerequisite: Foundations of Art A/B or Drawing and Design A/B, and Studio Art 1 A/B
Grade Level: 10 - 11 - 12
Unlimited repeats for subject credit