VISUAL ARTS

The ULS art curriculum allows students to explore a variety of mediums and research the interplay between art and culture.

Lower School Art

Students have art class twice a week in a spacious studio in the Manegold Lower School building. The studio boasts a potter’s wheel, kiln and a vast array of materials. The art curriculum allows for students to explore a variety of mediums, as well as interplay between art, culture and other aspects of art history. Student artwork is displayed prominently throughout the Lower and Middle School buildings.

Middle School Art

The Visual Arts program is taught in the Fine Arts Building twice a week. The Fine Arts studio is equipped with computer lab equipment for digital photography, HD video production and 3-D printing, as well as a glass fusion lab.

Upper School Art

The Visual Arts program is taught in the Fine Arts Building. The Fine Arts studio is equipped with computer lab equipment for digital photography, HD video production and 3-D printing, as well as a glass fusion lab.

In 9th through 12th grade, art is an elective course with an opportunity to take an Advanced Placement studio art course. Upper School art students compete in the Scholastic Art Competition at the Milwaukee Art Museum. At Gallery Night, ULS students display and present their work for the entire community.

Student Artwork
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