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113 ART: FIBERS and FASH- ION In this class, we will learn about the art of felting and how it has inspired fashion in jewelry, hats, furniture and wall hangings. The history of this art medium will be explored. Fashion boards, design and aesthetic critical thinking will be stressed. (fall/ one third credit)

115 ART: PRODUCT DEVEL- OPMENT This course will focus on concep- tualizing ideas through drawing, with an eye towards developing sustainable product designs. Stu- dents will work on the process from concept to finished product. (fall/ one third credit)

134 PHOTOGRAPHY Emphasis is placed on creative ex- pression. Fundamental technical instruction is provided in structured courses. Students use a variety of photographic practices including black and white, and alternative processes. As skills improve, stu- dents investigate photographic meaning and consider photogra- phy's relationship to the other arts. (one trimester /one third credit)

127 PORTFOLIO Students seeking a college level art curriculum take a sequence of visual arts classes consisting of advanced drawing techniques, concentrated studies in studio art and preparation of an art portfolio. This course requires the approval of the instructor. (one trimester /one third credit)

ARTS

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Credits

Recommended: Credits

4

4 4

3 (Alg I, Geometry, Alg II or equivalents)

4 (including US His- tory and ID)

4

3 3 (lab sciences) 1.3

4 3 or 4 2

.5 .3 .3 (or equivalent) 4 years

.5 .3 .3 4 years

19.5

20-24

Graduation Requirements

Required: Course

English Math

History

Foreign Language Science

Visual and Performing Arts combination

Health Quakerism Computer Physical Education

Total Credits Required

Please note: Graduation Requirements must be met by courses taken by the student while in high school.

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