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      Student Artwork

      Student Work: Lower School Artful Griffins

      Student Work: Video I Class

      Student Work: Video I Class

      Visual Arts Classes

      List of 4 items.

      • Lower School Classes

        The Lower School Art Program exudes an enjoyable, safe atmosphere in which each child is able to feel supported in expressing ideas in the creation of two and of three-dimensional art work, including digital imagery and stop-action videos. Students are inspired by their own feelings, observations, and imaginations, as well as through the work of artists throughout history.
      • Middle School Classes

        See The Buckley School Middle and Upper School Course Catalog (Grades 6–12) for detailed course descriptions.

        In Buckley visual arts classes, students are encouraged to explore individual, creative approaches to their art and to develop technical skills with a variety of media. The study of art history and modern concepts provide students with a cultural context of art.

        Courses include:
        Two Dimensional Art - drawing, painting, computer graphics, and photography
        Three Dimensional Art
        - ceramics, architecture, and sculpture
        Video Production
        - digital film making, editing, and sound design
      • Upper School Classes

        See The Buckley School Middle and Upper School Course Catalog (Grades 6–12) for detailed course descriptions.

        In Buckley visual arts classes, students are encouraged to explore individual, creative approaches to their art and to develop technical skills with a variety of media. The study of art history and modern concepts provide students with a cultural context of art. Class work includes studio time and may include field trips to museums, galleries, and artists’ studios.

        Courses include:
        FA097: Drawing and Painting I (Grades 9–12)
        FA098: Drawing and Painting II (Grades 9–12)
        FA202: Ceramics I (Grades 9–12)
        FA203: Ceramics II (Grades 9–12)
        FA204: Metal I (Grades 9–12)
        FA205: Metal II (Grades 9–12)
        FA206: Graphic Design I (Grades 9–12)
        FA207: Graphic Design II (Grades 9–12)
        FA099: Sculpture I (Grades 9–12)
        FA208: Photography I (Grades 9–12)
        FA209: Photography II (Grades 9–12)
        FA210: Video Production I (Grades 9–12)
        FA176: Video Production II (Grades 9–12)
        FA173: Video Production III (Grades 11–12)
        FA175: Film Studies (Grades 9–12)
        FA906: Advanced Studio Art (Grades 11–12)
        FA905: AP Studio Art: Drawing (Grades 10–12)
        FA903: AP Studio Art: 2D Design (Grades 10–12)
        FA904: AP Studio Art: 3D Design (Grades 10–12)
        SS193: Advanced Placement Art History (Grades 11–12)
      • Co-curricular

        Field trips to museums, galleries, and artist studios
        Sessions with visiting artists
        Studio time

      Visual Arts Awards

      The Buckley School and our students are proud to be the recipients of the following arts awards:
       
      The Drexel Photography High School Contest juried exhibition 
      National Gold Scholastic Art Awards
       in photography and drawing
      Creative Ticket Schools of Excellence Awards
       for California from the Kennedy Center for outstanding achievement in visual and performing arts education
      Bravo Award from the Music Center for innovation and creativity in visual and performing arts education
      Scholastic Art, National Silver Awards – in graphic design and printmaking
      Scholastic Art Regional Awards – golds, silvers, and honorable mentions in drawing, painting, mixed-media, printmaking, video , ceramics, glass, jewelry, photography, graphic design, sculpture, computer art
      Spotlight Awards from the Music Center – semi-finalist in photography, drawing
      Shaped Clay – national ceramic exhibition at Syracuse University
      National K12 Ceramic Exhibition

      Visual Arts Programs

      In recent years, our students have been accepted to the following art programs:
       
      UCLA
      USC 
      - School of Cinematic Arts
      USC - Roski School of Art and Design
      Rhode Island School of Design
      California Institute of the Arts
      Parsons School of Design

      Pratt Institute
      Chicago Art Institute
      NYU - Tisch School of the Arts 
      Chapman University

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