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Beaux Arts: Visual Arts

Convent & Stuart Hall offers a rich and varied K–12 Arts Education. Our Visual Art Department develops students’ creative potential, encouraging them to be versatile, resourceful and reflective while preparing them to be future artists, designers and problem solvers.

The Visual Art Department is committed to serving a generalist curriculum that encompasses the fundamental disciplines and resources of the visual arts. Each student is educated not only in specific disciplines, but also in the complex interrelationships of all visual vocabularies. The visual art curriculum lends to the acquisition of communication skills, the development of critical perspective and the ability to work with a variety of materials and art medias.

Throughout their K–12 arts training, students become socially aware, historically grounded, creative practitioners. They are taught to be critical analyzers of the world of contemporary visual communications, art and the culture at large. In a world with increasing creative demands, students prepared in a strong education in art and design alongside broad experience of art making and sharing offer something unique to the greater community and to the world.

"The Heart of Art" Festival, May 8, 2021
On May 8, 2021, Convent & Stuart Hall families arrived on campus for The Heart of Art festival, a daylong art-making event featuring four local Artists in Residence, who each designed a temporary art installation with the support of student apprentices.

Head of Stuart Hall High School Tony Farrell explains how students tackled a design challenge to fill an open space with a mural.

Hover over the albums below and use the arrows to scroll through photos, or double click to enlarge images and view full albums in Flickr.

Visiting Artists
Visiting Artists
Outside the Studio
Outside the Studio
Featured Artists
Featured Student Artists

Art Out: Field Trips
Art Out: Field Trips
Installations
Art Exhibitions & Installations
Art Collaboration
Art Collaboration
Students and two Department Chairs give an overview of the arts program and describe how and why it is designed to be messy and fun.

Student Profile

Linnea | Grade 5

I like drama because you can be someone or something else and express the characters’ feelings.

Subjects
Art & Humanities
Activity
Drama
Space
My Classroom

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