SchoolArts Magazine

FEB 2019

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38 FEBRUARY 2019 SchoolArts Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts arrowmont.org (865) 436 5860 556 Parkwa Gatlinburg, TN 37738 Arrowmont offers educator scholarships that provide 50 percent of tuition for one workshop per educator per year and is open to any educator regardless of discipline. K–12, technical school, community college, and college and uni- versity faculty are eligible. Open to all skill levels. Learn more at arrowmont.org. A Journey of Art & Soul SchoolArtsMagazine.com/Travel Join SchoolArts magazine and CRIZMAC Art & Cultural Materials for an amazing travel opportunity in 2019! Tres Culturas: Explore the Artistic Spirit of Northern New Mexico, July 14–21, 2019: The spirit of New Mexico may best be captured through the senses—the distinctive smell of wet earth during a storm, the scent of burning piñon, the incredibly turquoise sky, and the rough texture of rounded, organic forms. This spirit finds expression in a unique way of life created from the contributions of three cultures: Pueblo Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo. Tres Culturas is designed to help curious travelers explore and understand the diversity of New Mexico's artistic heritage, from ancient times to the present. This summer, Tres Culturas will be returning to Santa Fe, Abiquiu, Chimayo, and Taos. Planned highlights include tours of Georgia O'Keeffe's home in Abiquiu and Taos Pueblo in Taos, a visit to Roxanne Swentzell's Tower Gal- lery, and more. Anyone is welcome to join; you do not need to be an educator! For dates, pricing, and other details, visit SchoolArtsMagazine.com/Travel. University of Saint Francis School of Creative Arts 2701 Spring Street Fort Wa ne, IN 46808 (260) 399 7700 ext 8015 The School of Creative Arts at the University of Fort Wayne, IN, is currently accepting applications for the Low-Residency MFA. This MFA offers the support of the school's award-winning faculty artists and is ideal for stu - dents who want an innovative approach to graduate study, desire independent studio practice, need a flexible struc - EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES ture, and are seeking the challenge and community of an immersive and rigorous program. Students work from home studios, communicate with mentors remotely, and come to campus for eight day intensives during summer and winter breaks. For more information, visit majors.sf.edu/studio- art-mfa. Applications are free and due May 1. Vermont College of Fine Arts vcfa.edu MA in Art & Design Education 36 College Street Montpelier, VT 05602 (802) 934 8232 VCFA's low-residency Master of Arts in Art & Design Education (MAADE) offers you the opportunity to revital - ize your teaching practice and advance your career. In this innovative one-year degree program, you'll join VCFA's creative community for a two-week summer residency in Vermont where you'll build community and participate in provocative hands-on and theoretical work- shops. Post-residency, return home for a year of faculty- supported independent research and return to campus for a one-week graduation residency the following summer. Residency takes place between July 21 and August 3, 2019. • Strengthen your ability to advocate for art education. • Develop relationships with art educators and faculty from around the country. • Personalize your learning by choosing from three research options: action research, studio research, or a traditional thesis.

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