SchoolArts Magazine

AUG-SEP 2010

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Through its nationally recognized Center for Art Education, MICA offers two low-residency master's level programs designed for the professional art educator, as well as a groundbreaking master's program for artists committed to community and youth development. SUMMER MA IN ART EDUCATION Complete the MA in two six-week summer residencies and one academic year of online instruction. Develop new skills as an artist and produce a body of work, FRQGXFWUHVHDUFKRQVWXGHQWOHDUQLQJLQDUWDQGSUHSDUHFDVHVWXG\oQGLQJVIRU presentation at conferences and publication in professional journals. S U MME R MFA I N STU DIO A RT Complete the MFA in four six-week summer residencies, with independent work during the academic year. Pursue an area of studio concentration while you develop skills as an artist and renew your connection to the artistic community. MA IN CO MM UN ITY A RTS For more information on these and other MICA summer programs, visit Complete the MA in two intensive summers and an academic year placement as full-time artist-in-residence in a community organization. Gain valuable experience designing and implementing community-based art programming as you prepare for a career in community arts. M ARY L AN D IN ST ITUT E C OL L EG E OF A RT Ranked in the top 4 of 220 graduate schools of art and design by U.S. News & World Report, MICA offers 10 SURJUDPVOHDGLQJWRWKH0)$0$DQGSRVWEDFFDODXUHDWHFHUWLoFDWHDULJRURXVH[SHULHQFHIRUDUWLVWV and designers seeking a strong vision and voice, and the skills for professional success. Visit for more information. Circle No. 195 on Reader's Service Card Teacher-Tested New products tested and reviewed by art teachers just like you! Lockerbie Kick Wheel Teacher: Heather Bubnis, Mission Viejo High School, Mission Viejo, California Level: High School Review: The Lockerbie Wheel is a great wheel to use in the classroom. My high-school students found that it was easy to control the speed of the wheel when making thrown projects, and they especially liked that they were able to adjust the height of the seat. This wheel is very sturdy and should hold up well with a lot of use. The tray is made of metal rather than plastic so you do not have to worry about it breaking and having to replace the tray each year. Students also thought that it was easier to clean up after use because there were less removable pieces than other wheels. To use the kick wheel, students should make sure that they wear shoes with good traction so that their feet do not slip. Circle No. 350 on Reader's Service Card 19

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