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  • Credit=0.5 (1 Semester)


Pre-Requisite: None

Course Description:  This jewelry course introduces students to the Elements and Principles of Art and Design. Sequential learning steps will focus on developing basic skills and techniques. Students will learn wire wrapping, cold connections, fabrication, design, ring making, chain making, roller printing, and other techniques as time permits. Students will create 6-10 projects. Students plan, draw, and design each piece before executing it. Projects emphasize different materials, techniques, and design problems and build on each other.

Work Load:  Our Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) is Art Club.
A Standards Based Grading system that incorporates Formative Assessments for skill development and Summative Assessments based on projects. Students who use class time wisely will have little to no homework.

Why would you be interested in the Class:  Every skill level is welcome! In this class, you'll learn the same techniques and skills used in real-life industries. This course will teach students how to run a studio safely, as well as how to create and finish pieces that can be sold.

  • CCR
  • Fine Arts - Visual