NAHS gets firsthand look at college art program


Maggie Elliott


The National Arts Honor Society students went to Bethany College on Nov. 4 with other schools to learn about the benefits and requirements of attending an art school.

The groups were split into four groups and put into stations. These stations consisted of digital art, a still-life drawing session, and a talk with the professors. 

In the digital art stations, students could see what programs college students use, including working with the animation and sketching programs. 

At the still life station, the professor let the students see what her current classes were working on. She walked the students through how to sketch with charcoal.