Ceramics classes provide students the opportunity to prepare a portfolio for college application and evaluation for college credit on the national level. Ceramics & Sculpture 1 and 2 are year-long courses, introducing the student to hand-building techniques, and progressing to wheel-throwing. Firing and glazing methods are also presented. Honors and Advanced Placement Ceramics & Sculpture are offered as year-long courses, with an emphasis on developing a cohesive body of work communicating meaningful ideas. These classes also provide students the opportunity to prepare a portfolio for college application and evaluation for college credit on the national level.
The visual arts program at Episcopal emphasizes creative problem-solving through the production of artwork using various media. Studio facilities are equipped to provide instruction in many disciplines: drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, and ceramics. Art history is also offered as a field of study. Faculty strives to foster new ways of seeing, competence in production, and an awareness of the context of art in our environment. The Berg Gallery in the Munnerlyn Center for Worship and Fine Arts provides gallery space for rotating student, faculty and alumni exhibits.