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Learning Center Art

The Worthington Area Learning Center Art Department prides itself on creating an inviting and nurturing environment. Our students are continually encouraged to explore their creative personal voice through social, cultural, and historical contexts that influence them as young artists. Visual Art challenges our students in ways that exercise their brains, and teaches them to be creative thinkers and problem solvers; a valuable asset to any career path they may choose. Art students at ALC have opportunities to take a wide variety of visual art classes that maybe hard to find at most High Schools in our Tri-State area; classes offered include: Art Appreciation,  Intro to Art, Drawing & Printmaking, Painting, Crafts.

“A MIND ONCE STRETCHED BY A NEW IDEA, NEVER REGAINS ITS ORIGINAL DIMENSION.”
Leonardo DaVinci

  • 2 painted pumpkins
  • Mosaic cat
  • 2 stencil projects by students
  • LP Record Project
  • Student painting

Intro To ARt

We will be learning the basics of art and covering the elements of art and principles of design along with exploring different media and techniques. 

Drawing and Printmaking

This course is an introduction to elements of art and principles of design as they relate to drawing and printmaking. Students will work with a variety of materials and techniques including charcoal, pastel, India ink, relief printing, and monoprinting. Emphasis will be placed on mark-making for expression. Students do not need to know how to draw to complete this course.

Painting

This course introduces students to traditional and contemporary painting materials and techniques. Students will complete a variety of projects in watercolor, pastel, and acrylic. Emphasis is placed on color theory, composition, and expression.

Ceramics

This introductory clay class will explore the various methods of hand built pottery. These methods will include slab, pinch and coil techniques. Students will create clay projects after exploring methods and ideas of earlier civilizations. They will finish their pottery with decorative glaze techniques.