About Mrs. Kim...
Phone: (408)522-2400 ext:3163
Office: Room# 163
Office Hours: Fridays 8:30am-9:15am, Lunch and after school (by appointment)
MA in Education and Admin. Credential, SJSU, CA
Single Subject Credential in Art, Math and Korean Language,
San Jose State University, San Jose, CA.
BA in Studio Art, San Jose State, CA.
Interests: Inline Skating (Certified Instructor), Snowboard, Badminton, Tennis and Travel
Mrs. Kim's schedule
|Block 1||Art 1,2,3||Room #163|
|Block 2||Prep||Room #163|
|Block 3||Art 1,2,3||Room #163|
|Block 4||Art 1,2,3||Room #163|
|Block 5||Prep||Room #163|
|Block 6||Art 1,2,3||Room #163|
|Block 7||Art 1,2,3||Room #163|
This is an introductory course that provides the students an opportunity to explore the elements of Art (line, shape, color, form, value, and texture), and principles of Design (center of interest, balance, contrast, harmony, directional movement and rhythm) through the use of various media including drawing, painting, printing and collage. Basic visual literacy and visual communication skill will be instructed. Basic survey of art history will be covered.
This is an intermediary art course. Further refinement of drawing and painting skills will be the primary focus, but various art making practices and new media may be introduced such as pastel painting, prismacolor pencil, mixed media, and water color painting. Visual literacy and visual communication skills will be further developed. Historical and contemporary topics will be evident in student work and/or through class discussion.
This is an advance level course focused around a specialized area of art and/or around the exploration of a variety of media and techniques. In addition, students will be directed in developing their own creative voice and work for a portfolio. Advanced visual literacy and visual communication skills will be further developed. Historical and contemporary topics will be evident in student work and/or through class discussion.
This is an advanced art course focused on creative problem solving and visual communication. Students in this course will select a field of concentration such as drawing or painting and work in depth in that area toward the development of a portfolio that may be used for entrance into an art school or for career oriented students. Students who enroll should be capable of self-direction and independent study.