I was never really into creating art and struggled to find inspiration. However, after the first day of class, I completely fell in love with it! Each and every day I looked forward to drawing class, and I've become a more well-rounded person because of it.” –UPrep student
University Prep artists engage in a wide variety of processes and media to create increasingly conceptual and complex visual works as they progress through various courses. Visual Arts teachers value the development of skills, visual problem solving, and experimentation. The emphasis of UPrep’s studio program is connecting the artistic experience to movements in social justice, identity development, and individual creative voice.
UPrep's Visual Arts Showcase
Each winter and spring, our visual arts students display their work at a Visual Arts Showcase held on campus. Watch this video recap, featuring interviews with two student artists and a teacher.
A student in a multimedia class works with Fine Arts Teacher Ty Talbot on her sculpture.
A student in a sculpture class works with clay in the art studio.