Visual Art

  • “We live in an age when the most valuable asset any economy can have is the ability to be creative–to spark and imagine new ideas, be they Broadway tunes, great books, iPads or new cancer drugs.”
    –Thomas Friedman, New York Times, August 4, 2010.

    The Shoreline School District Art Department teaches students to be creative through Visual Arts Education. Students gain knowledge of cultural and human understanding and a means of developing creative and flexible forms of thinking that are critical to a comprehensive education. Our students develop visual and critical thinking skills necessary to participate in society and to become future leaders and innovators in the 21st century work force.

    High School Art Courses

    Intro to Multimedia & Design
    Art Intro
    Drawing and Painting
    Jewelry Metals
    Digital Photo
    Video Production
    AP Digital Photo
    AP Studio Art 2D Design

    Middle School Art Courses

    Einstein Middle School:
    Ceramics / Sculpture
    Design Studio
    Painting and Drawing

    Kellogg Middle School:
    Exploratory Art
    Ceramics 1 & 2
    Drawing and Painting 1 & 2



Contact Info

  • Instructional Specialist:

    Laura King
    Visual Art Specialist