The visual arts program offers a variety of courses and activities designed to contribute to the visual and aesthetic needs of the students. The primary purpose of the program is to help broaden students' understanding and appreciation of the human element in art.
Art classes take place in the Braitmayer Art Center. The lobby of the building serves as an art gallery featuring an exhibition of work by students, a Tabor art teacher, or a visiting artist. The building houses two studios and a photography lab. The Ceramics Studio is equipped with fourteen electric potters’ wheels, three indoor electric kilns, two outdoor Raku kilns, a wood fired kiln, a slab roller, pug mill extruder, state of the art glaze lab, and downdraft gas kiln. The Fine Arts Studio has areas for painting, sculpture, drawing, and printmaking. The photography lab contains a developing room with black-and-white developing capabilities, and seven enlargers.