The Middle School Art Studio invites boys of all skill levels and interests to develop their own artistic voice and discover their passion. The art studio is located in a unique loft-style space that is well equipped to promote artistic inquiry. The visual art curriculum is intentionally designed to challenge and motivate middle school boys through both small and large projects that provide ample opportunity for student choice and self-expression. Developing an artistic mindset and focusing on craftsmanship and responsible studio habits are all a part of the middle school art studio experience. As boys move through the sixth to eighth grade program, they examine the questions “How do I personally define art?” “How do I discover my unique artistic voice?” and “Who am I as an artist?” Boys are asked to consider themes related to global competencies and sustainability. Studio projects include painting, drawing, ceramics, wire sculptures, printmaking, mosaics, Claymation, and photography.