The Visual Arts program teaches an interdisciplinary standards-based, sequential integrated visual arts curriculum for K-12 grades in schools and home-school students. The curriculum is taught once per week in the classroom and meets the State of California and State of Nevada visual arts content standards as well as integrates science, math, social studies and socio-emotional development curriculum (see arts integration page for more information). The course is taught by professional artists and credential art teachers. The Visual Arts program curriculum also allows alternative high school students to fulfill the state standard art requirement for graduation.

Students in the Visual Arts program receive a comprehensive classes where they learn techniques in; Drawing, Watercolor Painting, Oil Pastels, Chalk pastels, Ceramics, Problem solving & Spatial Design.  The fine arts lesson plans are arts-integrated lessons that also teach ELA, Writing, Math and Science and address skills in: Speaking, Listening, Reading, Writing, & Presenting.

Learn more about Fox Cultural Hall’s approach to teaching fine arts integrated lesson plans here.

Want visual arts education classes at your school? Free to all. Open to all 1st-8th grade public school classrooms.