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Studio Arts

Besant Hill School students in studio art classes examine content and style by studying history and culture as tools to uncover deeper meaning.  Students study with educators who are also practicing artists and creative professionals.  We instill confidence in students, so they can find their unique voice, and we teach how to apply this voice through vision and form. In-depth portfolio guidance is available for students who plan to apply to art schools and colleges.

Check out our Student Gallery!

Studio Arts

Besant Hill School students in studio art classes examine content and style by studying history and culture as tools to uncover deeper meaning.  Students study with educators who are also practicing artists and creative professionals.  We instill confidence in students, so they can find their unique voice, and we teach how to apply this voice through vision and form. In-depth portfolio guidance is available for students who plan to apply to art schools and colleges.

Check out our Student Gallery!

Studio Arts

Besant Hill School students in studio art classes examine content and style by studying history and culture as tools to uncover deeper meaning.  Students study with educators who are also practicing artists and creative professionals.  We instill confidence in students, so they can find their unique voice, and we teach how to apply this voice through vision and form. In-depth portfolio guidance is available for students who plan to apply to art schools and colleges.

Check out our Student Gallery!

Ceramics

The Besant Hill School and Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts support a long tradition of ceramic artwork. Students create functional work and sculpture through the application of a variety of hand building techniques, wheel throwing techniques, and glazed finishes. Ceramicists-in-residence at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts provide students with masterclass opportunities to learn foundations and advanced techniques directly from the artist.

Ceramics

The Besant Hill School and Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts support a long tradition of ceramic artwork. Students create functional work and sculpture through the application of a variety of hand building techniques, wheel throwing techniques, and glazed finishes. Ceramicists-in-residence at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts provide students with masterclass opportunities to learn foundations and advanced techniques directly from the artist.

Claire Lowndes

Director of Academics & Advanced Studio Arts Teacher

“The Besant Hill School community provides a collaborative, inspiring environment for students to embrace their passions and unlock unimaginable potential.”

Dan Call

Arts Chair & Performing Arts Teacher

“I love the fact that we actually live our motto; Aún Aprendo is in everything we do with our entire community. We encourage each other to try new things, and mistakes are never failures, because we are all still learning.”

Nicole Hawkins

Digital Arts Teacher

“I believe that learning fuels life and curiosity fuels learning. Besant Hill’s mission and environment encourage students and teachers of distinct backgrounds to learn, explore and create together.”

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Dave Cosby

Music Chair & Musical Arts Teacher

“In other schools students often have to pick what interest will be the focus of their energies, but through our inclusive environment, creative scheduling, and offerings inside and outside of class, students can truly explore multiple passions deeply here at Besant Hill School.”

Sally Chung

Studio Arts Teacher

“Every one of us is a creative being and cultivating that discovery is at the heart of what I teach.”

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