Visual Arts

From Cecilia Kim ’14 continuing her art at Vanderbilt to Jim McCann's ’92 career as a writer for TV and film and now as a comic book writer and illustrator for Marvel Comics, the Father Ryan visual arts program is developing young artists and providing a wide range of students with the experience of expression through art. Led by John Durand and Mike Mitchell, the program has had students accepted to the Tennessee Governor's School for the Arts and to a myriad of summer workshops.

Father Ryan's visual arts programs allows students to develop skills through a variety of media, both two and three-dimensional. Advanced Placement (AP) is offered and encouraged for those students who would like to pursue the visual arts in college.

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