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The Arts at Frankford

Art I

Art I

Students will learn the rudiments of drawing and painting. As the year progresses, students will expand upon this root knowledge, heading toward mastery.

Grade Level: 9-12

Art II

Art II

In order to take Art II, students must pass Art I. Art II is an advanced class for students who have an ardor for Art. It is a class for those who wish to augment their skill set, and develop a portfolio for college.

Grade Level: 10-12

Ceramics I

Ceramics I

This course is intended for those studying ceramics for the first time and is a comprehensive introduction to the craft of clay working.

Grade Level: 9-12

Ceramics II

Ceramics II

In order to take ceramics 2, students must pass Ceramics 1.  Ceramics 2 is an advanced Ceramics class for students who know basic clay working.

Grade Level: 10-12

Drama

Drama

Do you like to read plays? Watch movies? Write scripts? Have you ever thought about entering the entertainment field and need to know the basics?  Then Drama should be your choice. While fulfilling a credit in Arts and Humanities, in this course, students will gain an appreciation for the field of entertainment through the dramatic arts.  Students will read and write plays, compare and contrast plays and scripts to films, enhance acting and public speaking skills, and apply basic theatre and film terminology as a “professional” critic reviewing performances.  All skill levels welcome!

Grade Level: 9-12

Into to Film

Intro to Film

Addresses the theory and practice of film/video production. Students will be expected to understand: camera operation, audio control, basic directing, lighting, editing and citizen journalism. Students will also be expected to learn the terminology of video production/post-production and use this terminology competently. Students will also research social issues and use the art of documentary film making to express their voice.

Grade Level: 9-12

Photo Media 1

Photo Media 1

Photo Media 1 is a beginning course which addresses photographic theory, technical issues, applications, composition, practice and history. The course will include hands-on demonstrations with the camera as well as basic and advanced digital image editing techniques. The content offers the student the opportunity to elevate the quality of your photographs and appreciation of art by providing a better understanding and use of these mediums.

Grade Level: 11-12

Photo Media 2

Photo Media 2

Photo Media 2 is continuation course  of Photo Media 1. In Photo Media 2 we will also focus on the creation photographic content of the school’s yearbook.

Grade Level: 12