Crafts

Fine Art Elective. 

Craft can be defined as the creation of an original, high quality, handmade art piece that demonstrates a functional or ceremonial purpose in society.  In this course, students will develop their ability to imagine, design and create art pieces with skilled use of design, materials, processes, technology and the influences of art history and culture.  The class will focus mainly on the use of glass in cold and warm forms.  Glass process may include stained glass, etching, fusing, casting and technology-related processes.  Other project materials may include ceramics, metal, leather and found objects. (This course is a pre-requisite for Intermediate Sculpture)

Course Subject
Course Number
A109
Grade Level
Grades 9-12
Course Duration
1 semester
Course Credit
.5 credit
Course Fee
Yes