Fine Arts

Fine Arts Department course offerings encompass Music, Theatre and Visual Art. Courses in these disciplines promote individual aesthetic awareness and enable each learner to continue the search for their identity as a creative individual. Curricular experiences in sight and sound enable emotional awareness and development. Students will forge unique pathways to success within a caring, collaborative, communicative learning environment. Music, Theatre and Visual Art course offerings fulfill the Fine Arts graduation requirement.

Music

Music courses, both performance and non-performance, enable individual aesthetic awareness through experiences and sound. Exploration of sound in both performance and non-performance courses provides learners with experiences in composing, performing and listening to music.

Theatre

Theatre courses enable individual aesthetic awareness through acting skills and techniques. Exploration of the arts, through performances of pantomimes, improvisations, monologues and duet scenes, provides learners with experiences in acting as well as stagecraft design. 

Visual Art

Visual Art courses enable individual aesthetic awareness through a variety of 2D and 3D experiences. Exploration of artistic technique through a range of entry level course offerings is encouraged to ensure success in upper level art courses. Several arts courses require students to augment basic supplies with the purchase of additional materials.

Information

Department Chair
Brayer Teague

Department Administrative Assistant
Rachelle Moran

Department Office
Room 131
630-795-8080

2020-21 Academic Planning Guide


Staff

Amy Bernard

Faculty

Robyn Bican

Faculty

Joshua Hoering

Faculty

Rachelle Moran

Administrative Assistant II - Fine Arts

Ariel Mozes

Auditorium Manager

Jennifer Mullen

Faculty

Beth O'Riordan

Faculty

Frank Piekarz

Faculty

Jessen T Smith

Faculty

Brayer Teague

Fine Arts Department Chair

Elizabeth Vaughan

Collaborative Pianist

Edward Voelker

Faculty