I teach Magnet Design & Visual Art at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High.

A Day Courses

  1. Planning

  2. University Connections (Design) 

  3. Magnet Digital Arts

  4. Photography & Digital Imaging 

B Day Courses 

  1. Magnet Digital Arts

  2. University Connections (Design) 

  3. Visual Arts (Beginning)

  4. Planning

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University Connections: Design Pathway

University Connections: School of Design, Arts & Engineering leverages college-level expertise to inform the development of magnet course offerings and strengthens overall program rigor. Strong and visible partnerships with local colleges and universities as well as businesses provide invaluable resources. Transdisciplinary thematic curriculum allows students to select and focus on College and Career Pathways.

Room 401
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Visual Art 1

This is an introductory course to the visual arts.  The content covers a variety of concepts and drawing media, painting and color theory, three-dimensional design, pottery, calligraphy and techniques in perspective.  Students learn about art history and visual art careers.  This course is a prerequisite course for advanced art classes.

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Magnet Digital Art

The Digital Arts program offers students comprehensive art experiences with detailed explorations of Adobe Photoshop©, Adobe Animate©, Adobe Illustrator©, etc. Students will also learn about the history, analysis, and interpretation of art and design.

Room 401
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Photography & Digital Imaging

Students learn fundamentals of digital photography. How cameras work, how composition works, how lighting works, how to use photo editing software. Perhaps the most useful part of classroom instruction will be daily reviews of photos students have shot the previous day(s).  They will see what makes a successful photo and what does not.

Room 401
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