Lifeline provides a rich environment where children can discover their artistic abilities using a variety of media. Students learn skills and techniques that allow them to enjoy the creative process.
Children in the primary grades are introduced to drawing, painting, sculpting techniques as well as art history and interpretation.
Students learn color value and composition through drawing, painting, and printmaking. They study public art and murals, and learn to weave using traditional and non-traditional weaving materials.
The goal of the Visual Arts Department is to provide experiences that help students develop individual, creative solutions to visual problems. Students are also expected to increase their technical skills in manipulating a variety of materials.