SchoolArts Magazine

DEC 2008

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Spring Educational Directory Summer Search the listings below to find enriching development workshops and courses for yourself, and for your students. Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts 556 Parkway Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 436-5860 Renew your creative spirit with a spring or summer hands-on intensive workshop. One-and two-week workshops are offered for beginner to advanced ability levels in clay, metals, fiber, mixed media, fused glass, drawing and painting, photography, paper and book arts, woodturning, and furniture-making. Campus housing and meals available. CEUs, scholarships, studio assistantships, work-study, and residencies. For a course catalog, e-mail Arrowmont or visit our website. Ringling College of Art and Design 2700 N. Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34234 (941) 955-8866 or (941) 351-5100 Pre-College Perspective (June/July): High-school juniors and seniors explore visual art and design in studio settings. Study with Ringling faculty and earn three college credits. Wildacres Retreat Art Workshops in Blue Ridge Mt, North Carolina (July/October): One-week studios for adults. Various media. Teachers can earn CEUs. The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation 830 North Tejon St., Suite 120 Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 635-3220 The Summer Seminar is a scholarship program open to all artistically gifted high school juniors. The seminar is designed as an institute to offer an intensive visual art studio program for students. There are three, twoweek sessions with up to twenty students per session selected to attend. The Summer Seminar is held on the campus of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Application deadline is April 8, 2009. For more information call (719) 635-3220, or visit The School of the Art Institute of Chicago 37 S. Wabash Avenue Chicago, IL 60603 (800) 232-7242 Fax: (312) 899-7448 undergraduate, graduate, and nondegree-seeking students. We offer undergraduate and graduate certificate programs and degrees: BA, BFA, BIA, MFA in studio and writing; MAs and dual degree MA and MS in historic preservation; MA in architecture, Master of designed objects. Post-baccalaureate certificates in studio and writing. Download schedules, applications, and housing options at New Hampshire Institute of Art 148 Concord Street Manchester, NH 03104 (603) 623-0313 or (866) 241-4918 x576 Art Educators Summer Institute June 21–26, 2009. Class offerings include jewelry and metalsmithing, printmaking, bookmaking, ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, and more! Pre-College Summer Program July 5–18, 2009. Designed for highschool students to explore visual arts in studio settings while building up their college application portfolios and earning college level credit. SAIC Summer 2009 features three- and six-week sessions for 55

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