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Mount Vernon High School

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Deanna Badger

Deanna Badger

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I am in my 19th year of teaching art at Mount Vernon High School. Prior to teaching at MVHS I taught private art lessons. I took the majority of my college-level art courses from Columbus College of Art and Design and took education classes at Mount Vernon Nazarene University.  I hold a Master's Degree in Integrating Technology in the Classroom.
 
I live in Mount Vernon with my husband. We have two boys. Seth is a senior account executive for a software company.  Sean is a mechanical engineer. My husband and I also have a rescue dog named Obie!  

Art Courses I Teach

  
Digital Art
This course develops communication skills in print production, graphic design, and video.  Students will learn and apply the elements of art and the principles of design as they create dynamic compositions for still and moving images. Students will use Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro for projects. Students will be introduced to the basics of video as they learn to shoot, capture, edit, and export a video. Photoshop projects include designing a logo, a business card, an album cover, a Surrealism collage, and a GIF. Students will apply advanced keyframing to create a variety of projects that include an artist micro-documentary, a commercial, a film production animated sequence, and a stop motion animation.  

Foundations of Art I
This course is an analysis and application of the elements of art and principles of design and their possibilities in two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. Students will work in a variety of techniques and media including pencil, colored pencil, charcoal, oil pastel, paint, linoleum block, and clay. Emphasis will be given to basic drawing, color mixing, and care of materials.  
 
Foundations of Art II
This course is an analysis and application of the elements of art and principles of design and their possibilities in two-dimensional and three-dimensional media. Students will work in a variety of techniques and media including pencil, colored pencil, charcoal, oil pastel, paint, linoleum block, scratchboard, and clay. Emphasis will be given to basic drawing, color mixing, and care of materials.

Contact

393-5900 Ext. 5677
 
Students should check Google Classroom for directions, handouts, resources, quizzes, and tests.

Schedule- Semester 1
1st Period- Plan
2nd Period- Digital Art
3rd Period- HIVE
4th Period- Digital Art
5th Period- Digital Art
6th Period- Digital Art
7th Period- Lunch
8th Period- Foundations of Art I
9th Period- Foundations of Art I