SCS Visual Arts students experience professional direction and encouragement to enhance their abilities and are equipped to use this direction to aid in continued education or production of art work. All SCS Visual Arts students have opportunities to showcase exceptional work in a formal gallery exhibit. SCS Visual Arts graduates produce and critique art based on the “critical method” standards and draw from Art history in their perception of their work and the world around them. SCS Visual Arts graduates produce art with an understanding of the ‘Elements of Art’ and ‘Principles of Design’. A differentiated portfolio of work is created by all SCS Visual Arts students. Recognition of beauty in the world based on God’s example of art in nature and personal abilities given by God are expectations of all SCS Visual Art graduates.
What’s For Lunch? Opens to a Packed Gallery
The SCS Visual Arts What’s for Lunch? Exhibit features SCS high school artists and culinary philosophies by Jack Parsons, Sage Dining Director. Be sure to stop by the SCS White Box Gallery on the SCS Lakeside Campus to view some scrumptious works of art. This exhibit will hang for the next 6 weeks.
Click below to view the interview featuring Jack Parsons regarding his culinary philosophy.