Whole-Person Education
Fine Arts

AP Art Show

AP Art is a year-long course designed as a student directed project-based class for DSHA seniors. Each student creates a body of work based around a central theme in the mediums of her choice, and her work is displayed to the DSHA community during the annual AP Art Show (held in May).

Students are expected to use time in and outside of class for in-depth research and art production. Along with preparing for the May Art Show, the AP Art course focuses on preparing an art piece for Scholastic competition and preparing a portfolio of artwork for presentation for college admission or scholarship. Click here to learn more about the pre-requisites for participation in AP Art.

2017 AP Art Show

AP Art: Class of 2017

Scholastic Art Competition Winners

Eight DSHA AP Art students recently received awards for their artwork from the Scholastic Art competition:

Margaret Nelson, drawing & illustration
Audrey O'Neill, photography
Meghan Quadracci, photography
Irisema Ramirez, photography
Anna Schwabe, fashion
Grace Dugan, fibers
Maura Hodan, drawing
Andie Zela-Koort, mixed media

Several students were chosen to have their artwork exhibited at the Madison Capitol Rotunda during spring of 2018: Grace Dugan, Arianna de la Torre Sanchez, Leah Giese, Grace Glaszcz, Olivia Larson, Audrey O'Neill, Jennifer Organ, Elizabeth Sklenarz, and Lizzie Wroblewski. Congratulations to these students on their artistic accomplishments!

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