The Oxbridge Visual Arts program embraces a wide range of 2D and 3D media including drawing, painting, sculpture, woodworking, digital art, and photography. Students are inspired by talented and accomplished teachers who provide individual attention while allowing the student to creatively express themselves. While the concepts of design, aesthetics, and historical context are included in faculty instruction, students are also encouraged to enjoy the process, use self-expression, and learn to evaluate and critique their work.
In addition to classroom practice and instruction, the curriculum includes visiting artists, travel opportunities, local exhibitions, and competitions. Last year, Oxbridge students created the Somos Ayotzinapa exhibition (We are all Ayotzinapa) at Oxbridge Academy. The first-of-its-kind collaboration featured work from 15 classes and more than 200 students who were inspired by renowned photographer and multidisciplinary artist, Edward Hillel. The exhibition was part of Project 43, a collective global art campaign to rally for the 43 students from Ayotzinapa College in Guerrero, Mexico, who were abducted by the police and never seen or heard from again.