Visual & Performing Arts

Digital Art

The digital arts component of the art curriculum at Kiski focuses on introducing students to elements of design, industry-standard software, and presentation. The Adobe Suite is introduced at an introductory level to provide digital literacy for poster projects, logo design, photo manipulation, video production and audio recording. The students can apply this skillset to a variety of other disciplines and classroom assignments. Digital arts helps students think and create in a 2D and 3D space, which requires a unique learning component that pushes students into new brain spaces. Throughout the process, projects-based learning is at the forefront of the digital arts curriculum, engaging students by connecting to their interests for sports, music, and culture.

For more information or to have your questions answered about the Art Department reach out to us at admissions@kiski.org
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