Visual Arts

 

Program Overview

Description of Loiederman Visual Art Curriculum

Visual Art is part of the comprehensive performing and creative arts program at Loiederman Magnet Middle School. Visual instruction is offered at every grade level and is open to all students regardless of experience and ability.

At the end of a student’s art course, it is our goal for the young artists to:  

  • Excel in artistic ability and production of art forms.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the Elements and Principles of Design and Art concepts.
  • Demonstrate stronger appreciation of the Arts
  • Recognize and incorporate art in their personal lives and surrounding environment.

Participation in visual art develops self confidence, creativity; provide additional skills in other related academics, presentation, communication and self expression.

Click here to watch a video of our students at work in the Visual Arts Program.

National Jr. Art Honor Society Chapter - Co-Sponsors: Connie Ely & Jennifer Bruck

What is National Jr. Arts Honor Society?

Its purpose is the assist student members to attain their highest potential in all forms of art, and to raise awareness of art education throughout the school and community.  

Prerequisites and requirements of members-

  • Candidates must be enrolled in 7th or 8th grade visual art with a grade average of a B.
  • Selection based on the recommendation of visual art department.

 


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Click here to view our Artist in Residency, Leila Cabib, working with students on an animation video.  

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