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Bay View offers a variety of interesting, challenging courses in art and design for every age and skill level. No “talent” is required, just bring your curiosity.
You’ll learn the technical skills needed to communicate effectively through visual expression.
And you'll start early.
The Visual Arts program in the Lower and Middle Schools at Bay View encourage creative development, personal expression and art appreciation.
In class, you'll challenge your visual thinking, working in both two- and three-dimensional design, and experiment in all kinds of media and techniques.
In the Upper School, you’ll have the opportunity to study art for all four years in a sequential program that begins with Foundation Studio progressing to Art Studio, Advanced Art Studio, and Portfolio.
As you learn and grow, you'll get the chance to explore creative, challenging semester electives like Digital Art & Design, Ceramics and Basic Painting, courses that give you the chance to explore all types of media and methods, and maybe even learn a few new techniques in the process.
The artwork of Bay View girls can be seen everywhere, giving you and your classmates - not to mention faculty and parents - the opportunity to be inspired every day.
And best of all there’s our new wing dedicated exclusively to the visual arts. The wing includes art rooms for drawing, painting, sculpture, photography and digital design in addition to a student art gallery. We also have a ceramic studio outfitted with professional equipment, private studio spaces for advanced students, and Macbook computers for digital art projects. The only limitation is your imagination.
You can do anything here.
Bay View students have won Gold and Silver Keys each year in the Scholastic Art Awards competition.
Several students have been chosen for the American Vision Award (“Best in Show”), and have gone on to win at the national level, where they received awards at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Students have also had their artwork published on the cover of local magazines.
After leaving the Bay View family, our students have been accepted at prestigious art schools across the country, such as Rhode Island School of Design, Savannah College of Art and Design, Fashion Institute of Technology, Parsons School for Design, Pratt Institute, and Chicago Art Institute.
Senior portfolios created by girls just like you have been included in non art school applications as well, and have helped gain them admission to prestigious colleges and universities, including Ivy League schools.