Unleash your creativity.

Fusion offers middle school art classes as well as more specialized high school classes in studio art, graphic design, digital photography, and art history. These courses are tailored to the individual student’s artistic interests and abilities.

Varied Resources

We also have the advantage of more specialized materials for our art classes. For example, micron pens, individually-cut matting for compositions, fan brushes, etc. Because our classes are taught one-to-one, this allows us to give our students the best possible resources.

Hands-On Experience

Our students don’t learn about art just in books. Instead, our teachers instruct our students in a special art room where paints and charcoals abound. Here, our one-to-one teaching model allows students to feel comfortable with expressing themselves in this hands-on way.

Artful Experience

Not only is the content customized, but the environment is designed to let you experience art within an inspiring, creative environment. The art room provides inspiration in sensory languages through visual presentation, aromatherapy, tactile experience, and music of your choice. Students will feel more comfortable and in sync with the environment.

 

Course offerings vary by campus. Please contact your local campus to find out if the courses you’re interested in are available.

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Courses

Studio Art IV is an advanced art course. This course will build on the skills learned in Studio Art III.
Studio Art III is an advanced art course. This course will build on the skills learned in Studio Art II.
Studio Art II is an advanced art course. It follows the foundational course for art appreciation and production skills through hands-on projects and narrative lessons. Students participate in and are exposed to the complex ideas of art, techniques, art history, and criticism. This course will build on the skills learned in Studio Art 1.
Studio Art I is an introductory art course. It lays the foundation for art appreciation and production skills through hands-on projects and narrative lessons. Students participate in and are exposed to the elements and principles of art, techniques, art history, and criticism.
The yearbook course has been designed to provide students with multimedia, journalism and operation skills. There is an emphasis for students to gain useful, real world skills in time management, teamwork, and design principles. Students will be involved in a remarkable experience of planning and executing their yearbook from conceptualization through final completion. Students will work to become independent learners and critical thinkers, while creating a sense of community within the classroom.
This course is designed to give the student a solid foundation in the art and application of photography. An overview of the camera will be taught including care and maintenance. Applications in both exposure and composition techniques will be taught. These techniques will be applied throughout the course with various projects. Historical and cultural relevance of photography will also be covered.
Form and Space students will study architecture and design through their surroundings. The objective is to introduce a fundamental understanding and appreciation of the principles of good design.
The purpose of this Graphic Design course is to give students an understanding of the powerful role graphic design plays in shaping the way we see the world. The course will instruct students in the language, elements, and practice of graphic design. Students will leave the course with an appreciation for the historical significance, as well as modern usage, of graphic design, as well as the tools to create their own unique design pieces.
Digital Photography is a course designed to provide the student with a further foundation of the artistic qualities and applications of photography as an expressive medium. This class will build upon the skills learned in Digital Photography I.
Digital Photography is a course designed to provide the student with a further foundation of the artistic qualities and applications of photography as an expressive medium. This class will build upon the skills learned in Digital Photography II.
Digital Photography is a course designed to provide the student with a further foundation of the artistic qualities and applications of photography as an expressive medium. This class will build upon the skills learned in Digital Photography III.
Digital Photography is a course designed to provide the student with a basic foundation of the artistic qualities and applications of photography as an expressive medium. Within this class, students will become familiar with the more complex terminology and elements of photography including: principles of design and composition, photographic imaging equipment, materials, methods, and processes.

This course covers the history of art from ancient to modern time. Focus is given on how to view and talk about art using the appropriate terms and vocabulary.

Art 8 builds on the skills learned in Art 7.

Art 7 builds on the skills learned in Art 6.

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