Course Description

The seventh-grade art class introduces students to a variety of artistic techniques and materials, encouraging creativity and self-expression. Students will explore different art styles, from traditional to contemporary, and experiment with a range of mediums, including drawing, painting, sculpture, and collage.

Through guided projects and independent work, students will learn fundamental art concepts such as color theory, composition, perspective, and texture. The course emphasizes the development of artistic skills while fostering imagination and innovation. Students will have the opportunity to showcase their work in a class exhibit and participate in peer critiques to build confidence and artistic appreciation.

Course Details

Seventh Grade Art

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No texts are required for this course.

MaiLyn Millward

MaiLyn Millward having been raised in Utah by two artist parents, took to the family business. While focusing her major in sculpture, MaiLyn paused to serve a church mission in Fiji which cultivated a love of the Pacifika culture and sparked her interest in her own AAPI heritage which is reflected in her BFA exhibit. She currently works as a patina artist and plans to continue after graduation. MaiLyn loves to travel, rollerblade, make art, and cook.