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HIgh School Art Courses

Hayd
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5/8/2016 2:55:59 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Did anyone take any art courses in high school. Like clay, sculpture, painting, photography, etc. I might be interested in these.
Vaarka
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5/8/2016 9:58:21 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 5/8/2016 2:55:59 PM, Hayd wrote:
Did anyone take any art courses in high school. Like clay, sculpture, painting, photography, etc. I might be interested in these.

I'm currently in music app, and I took art app 1st semester. I enjoyed both classes, and I'd say it's worth taking a class. For me, it'd be music, preferably music theory or piano.
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BlazingRodent
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5/10/2016 3:33:51 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 5/8/2016 2:55:59 PM, Hayd wrote:
Did anyone take any art courses in high school. Like clay, sculpture, painting, photography, etc. I might be interested in these.

I took Music Studio last semester and I am currently in Graphic Design.

Music Studio had you composing songs on computers using Band in a Box and Cubase. You had keyboards on the side of everyone's computer desk so you could play notes in a song.

In Graphic Design we had to use a program called Illustrator to draw, type, and organize your typing and drawings into specific things like a fish or first a business cards assignment, we are currently using Photoshop, and in the next unit we are doing 3-D animation. Sounds fun right? Well it is a decent class but the teacher grades so inconsistently. You could draw or create something great and he might score you low, and at other times you could make something terrible and he would give you an A. He also favors students that like him and his grading is also way too opinion based. In short, he turns a decent subject into a mess.