Walnut Hill School for the Arts
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Welcome to ART360

ART360 is Walnut Hill’s collaborative arts exploration program, and the first of its kind among the independent arts schools in the nation. It’s an opportunity to further prepare our students to thrive as future professionals in today’s interdisciplinary and collaborative economy. It’s also a chance for them to try something new, or get better at an interest they’ve already cultivated, and have fun in a creative and safe space.


Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors are eligible (depending on the semester) to take an ART360 class.  They choose from a list of interdisciplinary arts classes, which could include such varied topics as hip-hop, guitar, podcasting, apparel class, game design, or digital photography. Classes are held once a week on Fridays. There are no grades and no homework, just a chance to explore and experience an art form outside their major.


Courses in ART360 - Spring 2020

Past courses: 

Apparel Foundations
Digital Photography 
Four Chords
Yoga & Writing: Finding Inspiration On the Mat & On the Page 
Moving Your Body Through Space  
Escape the Room! Game Art & Design 
Sudden Scenes: Podcasting & Radio Drama 

Body Through Space




Hip hop 

ART360 Faculty

Jason Cheeseman-Meyer

Jason Cheeseman-Meyer

Titles: Visual Art Faculty
William David Cooper

William David Cooper

Titles: Music Theory & Composition Faculty
Erika Picciotto Zanussi

Erika Picciotto Zanussi

Titles: World Language Faculty
Nicole Sell

Nicole Sell

Titles: Theater Faculty, Adjunct Dance Instructor, Clark Dorm Parent
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