Phone: (210) 356-1800

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Degrees and Certifications:

-Master of Fine Art (Sculpture with a Secondary in Drawing and a Secondary in Art History and Theory) -Bachelor of Fine Art (Art Education and Sculpture) -Texas Educator Certificate Art (EC-12) -College Board Advanced Placement Art History Certificate -College Board Advanced Placement Studio Art Certificate

Mr. Zane W. Carroll

 As a NEISD alumni and a member of the local community, I am personally vested in this school and take great pride in our students.  I have been teaching in the district for over 10 years.  I realize the potential for greatness each one of our kids have, and my goal is to help them find that in themselves and, if they so choose a career in art, develop and guide them further into that field. After graduating from NESA, I went on to earn a BFA in Art Education, Emphasis in Sculpture, at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Denver, CO. After receiving my Bachelor's, I was accepted to Texas Tech University were I earned a MFA in Sculpture and Drawing. Before being blessed with a job in NEISD, I taught at Texas Tech as an Adjunct Professor in Sculpture and Drawing.   I have since earned a College Board AP Certification at Rice in Art History AP and Studio Art AP.  I also continue to practice art and show my work to stay sharp on my skills so my students will know the latest and greatest. My latest projects involved a commission from the City of San Antonio for a sculpture installation downtown, and last summer I taught medieval art skills such as calligraphy and period ceramics to adults and children.  I am also a U.S. Army veteran of 9 years, first serving as a Combat Medic Enlisted and then a Combat Engineer Officer.  Please feel free to contact me for any reason. I love to hear from my parents and community!

  • SUMMER ASSIGNMENT (3-D Studio AP)

                 Due the first day of school for 3-D Studio AP students:

                 1. Review 3-D Studio AP Portfolio requirements https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/courses/ap-3-d-art-and-design

                 2.  Write a Sustained Investigation Statement on a subject or idea you want to focus your work on (one paragraph).

                 3.  Create three color sketches of the first three Sustained Investigation works you would like to sculpt in class. 

                      Make notes as to which materials you would like to use and how they both relate to your statement.

     

    CLASS SCHEDULE

    (TBA) (Courses instructing: Sculpture II, III, IV, 3-D Studio AP, Ceramics II, III, IV, Art 1)

     

    COMPETITION DEADLINES AND IMPORTANT DATES

     (TBA)