VISUAL ARTS

Visual Arts Students observe, problem-solve, take artistic risks and create.

The visual arts classes at Flintridge Sacred Heart provide our students with opportunities to explore and hone their artistic skills.

Ms. Heather Kent with ceramics student

Visual Arts Courses

3-D DESIGN: CERAMICS I
3-D DESIGN: CERAMICS II
3-D DESIGN: CERAMICS III
ART I
ART II
ART III
ART IV
HONORS ART PORTFOLIO
SCULPTURE
SCULPTURE II
SCULPTURE III
DIGITAL DESIGN & PHOTOJOURNALISM: YEARBOOK

There are multiple levels within each of these arts disciplines
so that students are able to refine and build upon a specific area of interest. 

View the visual arts curriculum.

Ms. Heather Kent

    • Ceramics & Sculpture Instructor, Department Chair

      Ceramics & Sculpture Instructor, Department Chair

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

On an average, daily basis we are focused on learning facts at school. As a person who questions everything, I can release that built up questioning through the projects in my visual art classes.
Lilly Labellarte ‘20

@fshaclayetc

Ms. Kent's Instagram Feed

 

@fsha_visual_arts

Ms. Orihuela's Instagram Feed

 

Ms. Christine Orihuela

    • Visual Arts Instructor

      Visual Arts Instructor

List of 2 frequently asked questions.

FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART

440 St. Katherine Drive
La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011
626-685-8300

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