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Commercial Art

Program at a Glance
Commercial Art exposes students to diverse career opportunities within the field of visual arts. Project development from concept through completion is a major component of this program. Students are encouraged to develop technical and artistic skills, and are presented with an array of foundational skill sets.

What You Will Learn
Commercial Art students will learn studio safety, digital design and marketing, photography, layout, etc.  Topics of study include drawing, painting, fashion and graphic design, portfolio development, professionalism, industry software, and much more.  Students are encouraged to cultivate technical and artistic skills to pursue advanced levels of training necessary for career placement or postsecondary education.

Career Pathways
Commercial Art students may pursue a multitude of careers such as package designers, fashion and accessory designers, special effects artists, digital animators, art directors, toy designers, publication illustrators, merchandisers, interior designers, product designers, educators, art therapists, or social media designers.

Sample Careers

  • Art Director
  • Studio Artist
  • Packaging Designer
  • Fashion and Accessory Designer
  • Special Effects Artist
  • Digital Animator
  • Toy Designer
  • Publication Illustrator
  • Art/Design Educator
  • Photographers
  • Marketing
  • Fashion Merchandiser
  • Graphic Artist
  • Interior Designer
  • Product Designer
  • Art Therapist
  • Social Media Designer
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Commercial Art and Ms. Hoppe
Curriculum Outline