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"Adia and Sophie" Goes to Press

The Kenya Book Project has been completed after several years of production. The project features faculty and student artwork, and the books will be published at the end of January and early March for distribution to communities in Kenya during the March 2020 Head of School Symposium spring break trip. The book aims to raise awareness about HIV prevention and treatment. Please visit the book project website here for more information about its creation and members!

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Design
Design allows artists to take their creations another step further by enhancing them in Adobe programs for a sophisticated take on photography, illustration, printmaking, and graphic design.
Black & White Photography and Digital Media
While phones have made it extraordinarily easy to capture moments, photography at LFA introduces students to a type of art that incorporates film, digital, and animation into a larger umbrella of self-expression. Students learn advanced techniques as they progress throughout their projects.
Studio
Studio allows students to explore different art media using tools like graphite, colored pencil, charcoal, pastel, watercolor, gouache, acrylic, and oil paint.
Drawing
Drawers learn how to shade and create basic shapes, silhouettes, and sophisticated subjects as a basis before diving into additional forms of arts.
Painting
Painting involves a variety of tones, tools, and types of subjects, and students are encouraged to create their own original works as well as recognizable subjects to practice different types of painting techniques.
Woodworking
Woodworking serves as a creative outlet for students who want to craft projects with their hands and by using power tools. Functional objects create the basis of many assignments, but students are encouraged to get creative with their ideas.
Sculpture
Students in sculpture are encouraged to build tangible representations of thematic elements that they see in the academic and outer world.
Ceramics
Students get to mold, craft, and put their own spin on their own pottery by using glazing and printmaking methods.
AP Art History
The AP Art History course challenges students to think about history from an artistic perspective and to recognize how art-making has influenced, and been influenced by, economic, political, and religious factors. Students do not need an art-based background to take the class.