Philosophy The aim of the visual arts program is to enable students to become better observers and interpreters of their world. Through practice and exploration student artists discover new perspectives on themselves and their experience. They learn to evaluate and constructively criticize their own artwork and the work of others. By providing students with the opportunity to develop skills, create, look at, and respond to works of art, students will learn to “make meaning from experience, respond to creativity, and contribute to society.” (Massachusetts Arts Frameworks)
The New Media department is committed to developing a student’s capacity for imaginative and reflective thinking as it relates to contemporary society. The courses offered trace the ways technology has impacted and defined visual art in the 20th and 21st centuries. Students are offered a range of classes that are continuously evolving in order to explore technology. Within the New Media department, Photography courses are offered and present a full range of conceptual, critical, and technical approaches to contemporary photographic practice while supporting student’s individual interests and methodology.
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Our mission is to foster a community of learners who strive for excellence and prepare each student to be a successful, contributing citizen in a global society.