Summer Enrichment

The following courses are being offered to Marist High School students (Classes of 2022, 2021, and 2020) for credit during our Summer Enrichment Program. Students interested in enrolling in any of the following classes must complete this registration form. Enrollment will be open through April 5, 2019. Enrollment will be limited and offered on a first registered/payment received basis. Attendance for all 16 sessions is required in order to earn the semester credit.


Introduction to Visual Arts
Dates/Time: June 3 – June 27 (Mon-Thurs) 8:00 – 11:00 am
Location: Art Studio
Instructor: Mrs. Sandy Washington
Credit: 0.5 The credit fulfills 0.5 of the 1.0 art required graduation credit
Cost: $250.00

Prerequisites: Sophomore, junior or senior standing for the 2019 – 2020 school year
In this course students will be introduced to two and three dimensional art and will create works of art using various materials and techniques. Students will also learn and utilize the language of visual art while connecting to the historical tradition in which they are composing their work. This course may fulfill the prerequisite for Drawing and Painting I.

Drawing and Painting 2
Dates/Time: June 3 – June 27 (Mon-Thurs) 8:00 – 11:00 am
Location: Art Studio
Instructor: Mrs. Sandy Washington
Credit: 0.5 The credit fulfills 0.5 of the 1.0 art required graduation credit
Cost: $250.00

Prerequisites: Completion of DP1 and/or Intro to Visual Arts and approval by past instructor(s)
In this course, students will develop greater technical skills in rendering form in drawing and painting. A more creative approach to visual problems will be embraced in this second year course. Painting styles and techniques will be explored as well as how to develop a series.

Ceramics
Dates/Time: June 3 – June 27 (Mon-Thurs) 11:15 – 2:15 pm
Location: Potter’s Studio
Instructor: Mr. Brian Keane
Credit: 0.5 The credit fulfills 0.5 of the 1.0 art required graduation credit
Cost: $250.00

Prerequisites: Sophomore, junior or senior standing for the 2017 – 2018 school year
In this course, the three basic hand-building methods of pinch, slab and coil will be taught. Students will experiment with various methods of surface texturing, design and glazing techniques. Sculptural aspects of clay will be explored. Work is required to meet due dates and the desired aesthetic appeal.

Please return this form by April 5, 2019 with payment to Mrs. Colleen Connolly in room 224A.