Imagination is tied very closely to creativity. Imagination is putting things, ideas, feelings or images together.
We emphasize ideas and process, and are dedicated to teaching art making and critical thinking in concert. At the same time, we see tactile work, artistic practice, and the liberty to experiment as indispensable.
Being creative isn’t about being the first (or only) person to think of an idea. More often, creativity is about connecting ideas.
Visual artists are driven by their passion to express themselves through their work and are motivated their surroundings.
Risk and Reflection
Students learn how to take creative risks, reflect on their process, evaluate their own work and the work of others, and give and receive constructive feedback.
At LCA we encouragestudents to let there creativity flourish, taking creative risk’s as they go.
Reflection is an integral part of the learning process. It allows us to learn more about ourselves and how we learn.
“Creativity is intelligence having fun” – Albert Einstein
Students learn how to harness fundamental elements of design – color, line, value, shape, pattern, and texture.
Art enhances brain Function and Well-Being. There is an increasing amount of scientific evidence that proves art enhances brain function.
Visual Arts experiences boost critical thinking, teaching students to take the time to be more careful and thorough in how they observe the world.