_WEEK 15: April 28 - May 2 | OH: By Appointment_
Updated Wednesdays
DA Gallery
Student Designers
  • UNIT 6: 3-D Character & Your Design
    • Final Work Due Online: May 30
      • Fine Art: Required
        • Four 3-D character busts designed
        • One 3-D full figure designed
      • Commercial Art: Choose one
        • Photojournalism / Photographic essay
        • Series of four collage genre paintings
        • Poster Series design mashup
        • Motion graphics for TV or movie
        • Animated story
        • Character Design

Visual Art
VA Gallery
Student Artists
  • UNIT 7: The Face in Space [ The Portrait Box ]
    • Four panel box uses:
      • Drawing
      • Painting
      • Collage
      • Computer work - silhouettes
      • 3-D computer sculpture
    • Final Projects due: May 23
APAH Gallery
"Last..." Parodies

  • UNIT 18: ABET - Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and African Art
    • Hinduism, celebration, religious ceremony, Taoism, Buddhism, symbolism, Confucianism, pantheism, horror vacui, stupa, mudra, nirvana
  • CORNELL Outline
    • Entire booklet completed by April 29
    • 25 + images for each section

Digital Art Pathway   The Digital Art Pathway A-113  
  Students may choose this Electives art pathway beginning with their core Visual Art course during sophomore year and then following up the next year with Digital Art, then ending with college-level choices of Advanced Digital Art & Photo or AP 2-D Digital Photography. Students will receive a Digital Arts Certificate upon successful completion of this three year pathway. Brochure

An important 20th century art school and movement.
More: I | II | III

BEAUTY and Art
What is beauty? Is it an ideal? Has beauty changed?
Articles: I | II
STEM plus Art together is poised to transform the 21st century.
More: I | II | III | IV | V
Center for MEDIA Literacy
Dedicated to promoting and supporting media literacy education. Learn more here.
ARTS Clubs

- Adv. PHOTO cluB website
- UrbAn Sketchers

The Digital Art Pathway
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The mission of Ánimo Venice Charter High School is to prepare students for college, leadership, and life through innovative instruction, a rigorous curriculum, and the use of technology. At Ánimo Venice, we are committed to the education, and social and economic success of students who historically are unlikely to attend and excel at an institution of higher learning. We aim to achieve our mission by creating a student-centered environment that unifies the efforts of family, community, and school to foster life-long learning, cross-cultural competency, social responsibility, and academic excellence.

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