Art 10 (3 credits)

Art 10 is a brief introduction to the five elements of art (line, shape, colour, value and texture). Students will gain an understanding of how these elements are put together to create an interesting and balanced composition using a variety of media (pencil, charcoal, ink and acrylic paint). (There is no sculpture in the 3-credit course.) Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 10 (5 credits)

Art 10 is an introduction to the five elements of art (line, shape, colour, value and texture). Students will gain an understanding of how these elements are put together to create an interesting and balanced composition using a variety of media (pencil, charcoal, ink, acrylic paint and clay). Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 20 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: 50% Art 10

The Art 20 course continues exploring various media (graphite, ink, acrylic paint, etc) while focusing on the principles of organization (harmony, variety, balance, proportion, dominance, movement and economy). Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 30 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: 50% Art 20

Development of a personal style is the major focus of Art 30. Students will continue to explore various media, develop technical skills, and gain an understanding of design principles. Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 30 AP

Art 30 AP is available only to grade 12 students based on the teacher’s recommendation

Visual Arts

Art 10 (3 credits)

Art 10 is a brief introduction to the five elements of art (line, shape, colour, value and texture). Students will gain an understanding of how these elements are put together to create an interesting and balanced composition using a variety of media (pencil, charcoal, ink and acrylic paint). (There is no sculpture in the 3-credit course.) Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 10 (5 credits)

Art 10 is an introduction to the five elements of art (line, shape, colour, value and texture). Students will gain an understanding of how these elements are put together to create an interesting and balanced composition using a variety of media (pencil, charcoal, ink, acrylic paint and clay). Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 20 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: 50% Art 10

The Art 20 course continues exploring various media (graphite, ink, acrylic paint, etc) while focusing on the principles of organization (harmony, variety, balance, proportion, dominance, movement and economy). Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 30 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: 50% Art 20

Development of a personal style is the major focus of Art 30. Students will continue to explore various media, develop technical skills, and gain an understanding of design principles. Art history and theory are components that run throughout the course.

Art 30 AP

Art 30 AP is available only to grade 12 students based on the teacher’s recommendation