Visual Art | Plymouth Christian Academy
Elementary Art at PCA
The Plymouth Christian Academy Elementary Art Program, begindergarten (Early 5’s) through 6th grade, provides students the opportunity to experience and enjoy many different artistic mediums. They are encouraged to use their God-given creativity to the fullest while learning and practicing a variety of techniques. We celebrate their individuality as it manifests itself through their art pieces.
We have two Fine Arts Evenings each year that showcase the visual art, band, and vocal music departments of Plymouth Christian Academy. Our artistically talented students proudly display many interesting and creative works of art such as pottery, tile trivets, crayon resists, stenciling, texturing, paper mache’, painting, drawing, and weaving.
Each piece of art is as unique as the artist who created it. These exhibits are organized in conjunction with the art curriculum and are an integral part of the school’s efforts to promote the exploration of self-expression in our elementary students. It is amazing to see the various personalities of our students emerge through their artwork.
Elementary Christmas Art Exhibit
Secondary Art at PCA
The Secondary Art Program at Plymouth Christian Academy provides students a system for communicating ideas and feelings about God, themselves, and the world around them. Through the act of creating, students are challenged to exercise their minds, solve problems, and to utilize their imaginations while formulating new ideas.
Participation in an art program contributes to the development of several positive character qualities including teamwork, flexibility, appreciation and respect for others’ ideas, and the discovery of students’ God-given artistic talents in order to reclaim the arts for God’s glory.
PCA’s Fine Arts Department offers visual art study through Drawing & Painting Studio, Ceramics Studio, Advanced Art, Portfolio Development and AP Studio Art for both drawing and 2-D portfolios. In addition, 8th graders receive a semester of art education, and the Yearbook class is a fine arts course.
The art program at PCA has really helped my grow as an artist and as a student. I like how we are able to use our art skills to get involved in the community and help with school musicals and productions.
- Emily, PCA Student
Art Exhibitions & Other Artistic Opportunities
- Two art exhibits each year showcase student talent and allows the PCA community to partner in our art education efforts.
- Students who have a desire to participate in the school’s art community may qualify to participate in the National Art Honor Society.
We also connect to our community by competing each year in the Fire Safety Poster Contest sponsored by the Canton Chamber of Commerce. This gives our students the chance to have their work viewed throughout the community. Plymouth Christian Academy is a member of the Plymouth Community Arts Council, which gives us the ability to use their many resources in our classrooms.
Secondary Virtual Art Exhibits
All areas of life are being touched by COVID-19, forcing changes to long-standing traditions in our school. One of those traditions is the biannual art exhibits featuring the work of our student artists. Since they are still working diligently at home on their artwork, we want the opportunity to showcase it. For that reason, we are going virtual! We invite you to enjoy the following videos that will be produced weekly through the remainder of this school year. Each video will feature one secondary art class. Enjoy!