Student Experience
Visual Arts

Junior School Visual Arts

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Engaging Head, Hand, and Heart.

The St. George's Junior School Visual Arts program provides the foundation for students to express themselves visually with confidence. The students respond to contemporary and historical art through discussion and reflection. Classes experience a rich variety of media and techniques including printmaking, drawing, painting, ceramics, collage, and animation. Students are challenged to improve their techniques and skills with each media, while expanding their personal interpretations.

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  • Photo of Derek Bepple

    Derek Bepple 

    Junior School Art Teacher
  • Photo of Munira Murphy

    Munira Murphy 

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  • Mural Club

    On various walls throughout the School, students paint images based on the works or ideas of famous artists. Murals may connect directly to the studies of a particular grade level.
  • Grade 7 Art Club

    Students create a collaborative piece of art for the School — a group painting, mural, or animation. Often guest artists work with students through the art process.
  • Sculpture Club

    Students experience the creation of 3-D art using a variety of materials, approaches, and ideas.

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