At our academy there is a carefully designed art education curriculum, based on a continuum of concepts from old traditions and old techniques, combined and applied with modern ideas. Every effort is made to accommodate individual needs, we do our best to shape and mold the artist within every student. Using a model that has existed since the Renaissance, our teachers introduce the discipline of Western Art to educate with the classic practice of drawing. This is an empirical activity that involves seeing, interpreting, and discovering appropriate marks to reproduce an observed phenomena. It can be asserted that other art activities involve imaginative interpretation.
Philosophy of esthetics, ontology, semantics, studio praxis (empirical investigation), and phenomenology are also applied as needed. Past experience shows a great deal of success exercising students brains’ right hemispheres to help with delateralizing their thinking. With the encouragement of art education, students not only learn how to manipulate traditional and modern tools and mediums in the art creation process, but also learn to perceive their individual works of art as representations of themselves and to openly attempt to understand the emotional representations in the work of fellow artists