ArtQuest is committed to providing an inclusive, 21st century, immersive arts education. This interdisciplinary, college-preparatory program develops creative problem solving skills and practices necessary to pursue conservatory, college, and professional paths. We believe art is a crucial part of the solution to the societal challenges we face. Together, we create an equitable program in which students are driven to develop as artists and collaborative members of our diverse community, exploring curriculum that reflects an evolving worldview.
ArtQuest is an artistic learning community devoted to the development of respect, empathy, accountability, and community-mindedness. We believe in the transformative power of art and are committed to connecting students to the global arts culture.
ArtQuest’s industry professionals use project-based learning to foster the creative process. Interdisciplinary collaborations, renowned guest artists, and mentoring alumni contribute to the development of the student’s identity, and artistic growth.
ArtQuest is conscious that many identity groups have been excluded from access to an arts education, and reaffirms our commitment to inclusion, equality, and diversity in the arts.
An ArtQuest Feeling
A student produced music video which provides a look into the spirit of the ArtQuest program.
Instrumental Music Program
Spring Concert 2019
ArtQuest Pledges to:
ArtQuest Arts Specialties
Congratulations! 6 students from ArtQuest were able to make it into the Sonoma County Student Film Festival put on by the SRJC.
The student projects were from:
- Xander Corl
- Dylan Mooney
- Rowan Faria
- Bobbie Wong
- Matty Denison
- Logan Thompson
At the end of the film festival the top 4 films get invited to play at the international film festival, Film Fest Petaluma. One of the films chosen was Matty Denison's movie Space Things! This year students will also be working in collaboration with the Alexander Valley Film Festival and both will be taking place April 23rd-May 2nd. https://petalumafilmalliance.org/filmfest-petaluma/
Congratulations to our AQ Digital and Visual Art Students!
ArtQuest students have been recognized for their artwork submissions into the Imagine Brighter Days Contest. The art contest was presented by the Press Democrat, and based around the theme of Imagining Brighter Days. The award recipients' artworks were printed in a special issue of Sunday's paper on Oct. 11. Their artworks are now on display at Corrick's on 4th Street. You can also view all of the student's submissions online.
Congratulations to the following artists:
Stella Dinkins, 10th AQ Digital
Alyah Solis, 10th AQ Digital
Miles Beene, 11th AQ Digital
Jocelyn Rodriguez, 11th AQ Digital
Abriella Baccei, 10th AQ Digital
Hannah Vigil, 11th AQ Digital
Rocco Novia-Reed 12th AQ VFA/AP Studio Art
A student produced documentary which explores the eight specialties in the ArtQuest program.
AQ Shadow Program
It's Shadow Time! We have launched our online shadow registration. For more information, click the button below.
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