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MAY-JUN 2013

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Summer Fall & CRIZMAC and SchoolArts Summer Travel Opportunities crizmac.com/travel.cfm For the third year, SchoolArts magazine is collaborating with CRIZMAC Arts and Cultural Materials to offer two trips for educators to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in July 2013. Celebrating Pueblo Art and Culture (July 3–9, 2013) will cover many forms of Pueblo Indian art including pottery, jewelry, and textiles. Participants will take part in multiple hands-on activities, visit museums and pueblos, and work directly with Native American artists. Interaction with native guest speakers and artists from different pueblos adds a level of authenticity and richness to the experience that is not available to the casual visitor. Folk Art Extravaganza (July 10–16, 2013) will give participants the opportunity to meet and work with incredible folk artists, participate in multiple hands-on activities, enjoy museum visits, and attend the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market. Participants will have in-depth experience with a variety of cultures. Both trips include forty hours of continuing education credit. We will also do our best to match you with a roommate, if you desire, so you needn't worry about traveling alone. Housing arrangements can also be made to accommodate friends and family who may want to travel with you. Anyone interested is invited to attend. 40 May/June 2013 SchoolArts Creating Pathways with The Dinner Party Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Kutztown, PA www.thedinnerpartyinstitute.com Join Judy Chicago, Marilyn Stewart, and The Dinner Party Institute team July 7–12, 2013 to explore the rich content of Judy Chicago's seminal work, The Dinner Party. Actively investigate and create curricular connections with women's achievements, cultural context, social issues, and meaningful art-making. Travel to the Brooklyn Museum's Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art to experience The Dinner Party with artist Judy Chicago. Register for non-credit for only $275, or enroll for three graduate credits. Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising 3 Days of Fashion Summer Program Fidm.edu (800) 262-3436 x1726 Learn what it's like to launch your own business or have a great career in marketing, fashion buying, merchandising, fashion styling, or fashion design at FIDM's 3 Days of Fashion for high-school students! In three creative and inspirationfilled days, students will: Take workshops like Draping the Dress, where they will create a three-dimensional design on a fitting form; Concept to Consumer, which focuses on design and merchandising; and Creating a Promotional Campaign, where they will work on a photo shoot and a spe- educational directory cial event. Learn step-by-step how to sketch the nine-head fashion figure. Work with other students from all over the world who share a passion for this industry. Be inspired by successful FIDM graduates who are pros in the field. Experience FIDM's amazing resources and learn from our stellar instructors. Summer programs offered in Orange County, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. Call Mayra Rubio at (800) 262-3436 x1726 for more information. Ringling College of Art & Design Continuing Studies & Special Programs 2700 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34234 www.ringling.edu/cssp PreCollege Perspective (July 23–20, 2013): Jump start your future in this immersion in visual art and design for high school students sixteen to eighteen years of age. Explore, discover, learn, and create under the direction of degree-program faculty. Earn three college elective credits. Summer Teacher Institute (July 7–13, 2013): Arts educators improve both personal practice and classroom pedagogy in this immersion in digital and studio arts media. Earn four CEUs. Wildacres Art Workshops in Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina (July and October 2013 sessions): Oneweek studios for adults of all ages in a retreat setting. Various media, including drawing, painting, printmaking, clay studio, figure study, photography, and more. Teachers can earn CEUs.

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