The art department at Regina High School offers four different classes -Art I, Art II, Art III, and Directed Study.
Students are taught the elements of art and principles of design as a foundation for visual art concepts and processes. Through this foundation, color theory, painting, drawing, design, sculpture and fibers are some of the medias we cover.
To creative thinkers, the questions are more important than the answers.
Henry James said “… our doubt is our passion and our passion is our task”
Educators recognize art as an integral part of a well rounded education the components include: art production, art history, and art criticism.
The program at Regina provides an understanding of art concepts, production and history. This background helps us to evaluate and make decisions about our own art work and the things we see in the world around us. The ability to evaluate is valuable to individual creative growth.
scapizzoreginahs [dot] com (Susan Capizzo)
Art Teacher and Artist
Certified K-12 Art Education
Minor – Social Sciences
BA and Masters in Education