School of Art

” Every artist was first an amateur “
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Arts don’t just develop a child’s creativity—the skills they learn because of them spill over into academic achievement. Also holding a paintbrush and scribbling with a crayon are important elements in developing a child’s fine motor skills.

Students need to know more about the world than just what they can learn through text and numbers. Art education teaches students how to interpret, criticize, use visual information and how to make choices based on it.

The School of Art is a place where students feel free to express themselves and explore their outlook and inner world by means of art. It is a place where creative and original young people study, meet, communicate and work on various projects. The School of Art has an open enrollment. Students can join a class at any time of the semester or session. Class sizes are kept small so teachers can give each student individual attention.

The objectives of the School of Arts are to:

The Program includes


Mixed Media


Wire Work

Computer Graphic

Block /Line Printing

Digital Video Art