"We are all working artists. Our passion and experience gives us a unique perspective on what it takes to tap your creativity. We encourage each student’s unique abilities. Every one of us does that in some way." — Artist and teacher Harriet Malone
Try something you've never done before, in a fine arts class or after-school activity. Discover talents you never knew you possessed. Put yourself out there. On stage. In concert or on canvas. The arts foster a way of thinking that helps shape the person you become. Go ahead. Imagine that!
Working on the 12 wheels that fill the pottery studio, Bryant’s students make wonderfully creative teapots, mugs, chalices, and ceremonial objects.Byrant makes sure that there is a place for every student, whether they are beginners or advanced. Like her colleagues in the Fine Arts Department, she encourages students to experiment, think creatively, and work collaboratively - all skills that have become increasingly important in a variety of professional settings today.