Welcome to Princeton High School Art
Thank you for visiting the Princeton High School Art Page!
We offer 17 Art courses at PHS. The Art Gallery will feature various artwork from those courses. Click the link to the left to view student artwork.
We hope you enjoy and come back often as this page is updated regularly.
Featured Art Events:
ARC Program 2019-20PHS Art students in the AP Drawing & Painting, IB Visual Arts, and Pottery classes are participating in the Artists Reaching Classrooms program at the Taft Art Museum with teachers Lindsay Holliday, Elizabeth Rodak, and Rachelle Williams.During the first tour of the museum, students selected an artwork that they will write an artist statement for. We will return in December for presentations. We will also work with several local artists during this program! This is an amazing opportunity for our students to experience art and make meaningful connections!
BLINK Cincinnati 2019
Princeton High School Art Students were featured in Cincinnati's BLINK 2019 Parade! They were lit up and dressed up for a Night Time Beach Party that featured a mini-island float and a dancing sand castle! Check out photos below!
Don't Text and Drive Billboard Winner
Look out for Mikayla’s billboard on I-71 at the Martini Luther King exit in Clifton!!
Congratulations to the top 3 winners of Hamilton County’s Safe Teen Driver's Week digital billboard contest! All are Princeton High School students! The contest was sponsored by State Farm. The PHS Art Department received a check for $900 to match the winnings of the students!
Way to go Princeton Art Department!! #safeteendriving
Special thanks to Sharon Garry from Hamilton County’s Safe Communities and Virgil Lovitt from State Farm for this amazing opportunity!
CAC Outreach Program 2019-20
The AP Photo & Digital, AP Drawing & Painting, and IB Visual Arts classes are participating in the Outreach Program at the Contemporary Arts Center. We visited the CAC to see artwork by Saya Woolfalk, Jens Swarz, Pamela Phaisimo Sunstrum, and Robert Colescott. Viewing artwork in person is a valuable real world learning experience! Students were able to engage in the exhibit, ask questions, and look for inspiration for their own art making practices. Check out the photos in the slideshow from our visit!
Artists Reaching Classrooms Program
Local Artist Saad Ghosn visited PHS as a part of the Artists Reaching Classrooms program with the Taft Art Museum. The IB Visual Art, AP Drawing & Painting, and Pottery classes are all participating in this program this year. Saad Goshn uses woodblock printmaking to make his art so that he can repeat his important messages about identity, stereotypes, privilege, inequality and justices, as well as other social issues. His artwork is a call for compassion and action to address these issues to make our world a better place. Our "road to peace is based on respect that requires justice." The artist spent the class period with our students analyzing his artwork and discussing these topics in small groups.