SchoolArts Magazine

DEC 2012

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Spring&Summer educational directory Anderson Ranch Arts Center 5263 Owl Creek Road Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 923-3181 A world-class learning community dedicated to creativity and growth through the making and understanding of the visual arts, promoting personal and professional development of artists of all levels through year-round workshops, artists' residencies, exhibitions, lectures, public events and community outreach. More than 140 summer workshops offered at this historic mountain ranch near Aspen. CRIZMAC and SchoolArts Summer Travel Opportunities 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 50 December 2012 SchoolArts 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. The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Summer Seminar Program 725 N. Tejon Street Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 635-3220 The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation Summer Seminar is a scholarship program open to all artistically gifted high-school juniors. The seminar is designed as an institute to offer inten- sive visual art studio programs for students. There are three, two-week sessions with up to twenty students per session selected through a jury process. This two-week program allows each student to gain a stronger foundation of skills and understanding in the visual arts. Students will experience college-level drawing and painting classes in a group studio setting taught by practicing artists. The Summer Seminar is held on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The application deadline is April 3, 2013. For more information, call (719) 635-3220, or visit Ringling College of Art & Design Continuing Studies & Special Programs 2700 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34234 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

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