The course of Visual Arts
We encourage our students to explore, appreciate and reflect on the contexts of creation and innovation, the importance of the arts in communication throughout history and its role in the development of personal and cultural identities.
We provide them with the opportunity of developing skills and applying different resources and techniques such as drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and ceramics to express and communicate their intentions and produce artistic pieces of work in 2-D and 3-D
Through a practical approach based on the inquiry and application of the design cycle as a central tool, we propose our students to:
In our workshops, fitted with a variety of specific tools, we encourage them to experiment and solve various design challenges in areas such as carpentry, textiles, metals (welding and enamelling included), animation and robotics.
On the next video, you will be able to review our last International Baccalaureate (IB) Exposition.