Culver’s learner-focused Visual Arts program offers a wide range of curricular and extracurricular opportunities to explore personal growth and expression through the arts.
From building sets to acting in lead roles, Culver students have the opportunity to participate in on-campus productions, work in state-of-the-art facilities, and collaborate with professional actors, singers and dancers.
The Highest Level of Expression
Honors in Visual Arts serves students who are passionate about exploring their artistic voice and are committed to pursuing an advanced course of study. Honors students work independently in a customized area of the visual arts that fits their passion.
Honors in Visual Arts students have been accepted to a variety of colleges and universities, the likes of: The Art Institute of Chicago, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rhode Island School of Design, Savanah College of Art and Design, Ringling School of Art and Design, Pratt, Bath-Spa University, Bath, England, the Maryland Art Institute, and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.
Visual Art Instruction
- Classes include a variety of practices in painting, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, photography, and art history.
- The pinnacle Visual Art experience consists of a year of concentration in the Visual Arts Seminar Honors program leading to a diploma recognizing Visual Arts Honors.
- Visual Art students are afforded a number of growth opportunities during the school year, including the ability to interact with seminal works of art in the Crisp Visual Art Center’s Wolfe & Deer-Zink Galleries, and with the Michael Huffington Collection in the Huffington Library.
- Visual Art students have the opportunity to experience and work with professional artists through the Visiting Artists Program, and participate in exhibitions, and trips to art museums in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Detroit.