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LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone: 219-362-3102 Fax: 219-324-2142

Principal: Mr. Ben Tonagel
Associate Principal: Mr.Scott Upp
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Art Department - Three Dimensional Art

Three Dimensional Art

Students taking the introduction to Three-Dimensional Art engage in sequential learning experiences that encompass art history, art criticism, aesthetics, and production and lead to the creation of portfolio quality works. Within this context students create works of art, reflect upon the outcomes of those experiences, explore historical connections, write about the process, make presentations about their progress at regular intervals, work individually and in groups, find a direct correlation to other disciplines, and explore career options in visual art. Students also utilize art museums galleries, studios, and/or community resources in their studies.

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Ceramics

Students in Ceramics engage in sequential learning experiences that encompass art history, art criticism, aesthetics, and production and lead to the creation of portfolio quality works. Students create works of art in clay utilizing the process of hand building, molds, wheel throwing, slip and glaze techniques, and firing processes. Additionally, students reflect upon the outcome of these experiences, explore cultural and historical connections, write about the process, make presentations about their progress at regular intervals, work individually and in groups, find direct correlations to other disciplines, and explore career options related to ceramics. Art museums, galleries, studios, and community resources are utilized.

Sculpture

Students in Sculpture engage in sequential learning experiences that encompass art history, art criticism, aesthetics, and production and lead to the creation of portfolio quality works. Students create realistic and abstract sculptures utilizing subtractive and additive processes of carving, modeling, construction, and assembling. In addition, explore historical connections, write about the process, make presentations about their progress at regular intervals, work individually and in groups, find a direct correlation to other disciplines, and explore career options related to sculpture. Art museums, galleries, studios, and community resources are utilized.