SchoolArts Magazine

February 2016

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Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts 556 Parkwa .O. Box 567 Gatlinburg, TN 37738 (865) 436-5860 Arrowmont offers K–12 teachers— from any discipline and anywhere in the United States—50% off tuition. To take advantage of this special offer, go to, review the schedule of classes, and register for the class of your choice. Arrowmont offers weekend, one-week and two-week workshops in contem - porary arts and crafts. Concordia University 12800 N. Lakeshore Drive Mequon, WI 53097 (800) 330-9866 Whether you are interested in taking a few courses or pursuing a graduate degree, look at what Concordia has to offer: AEG 521: Contemporary Readings in Art Education 8:00–9:50 Monday–Friday June 20–July 29 AEG 540: Curriculum Design in Art Education Dr. Gaylund K. Stone 10:00–12:00 Monday–Friday June 20–July 29 AEG 560: Special Topics – Research Methods Dr. Gaylund K. Stone By arrangement AEG 580: Studio Workshop - Sculp - ture 1:00–5:00 Monday–Friday June 20–July 8 AEG 580: Studio Workshop - Fibers 1:00–5:00 Monday–Friday July 11–July 29 Journeys of Art & Soul Join SchoolArts magazine and CRIZ- MAC Art & Cultural Materials for two amazing travel opportunities in 2016! Folk Art & Culture of Oaxaca, June 26–July 2, 2016: Oaxaca City, designated a UNESCO World Heri- tage site in 1987, is rich with historic colonial architecture, exquisite muse- ums, and vibrant folk-art traditions. In addition to exploring the amenities of the city, you will visit thriving folk-art villages where talented art- ists create fabulous wood carvings, textiles, and pottery. You'll have the opportunity to visit the homes of master Zapotec and Mixe artists to watch them demonstrate and discuss the techniques and traditions that make their work so special. Oppor- tunities to immerse yourself in the rich history and traditions through visits to museums and the stunning archaeological site of Monte Alban will deepen your understanding of the native people. Your tour leaders, Nancy Walkup and Stevie Mack, will provide an intimate and rewarding travel experience. The magic of Oax- aca is guaranteed to inform your art and capture your soul! Tres Culturas: Exploring the Artis- tic Spirit of Santa Fe, July 13–19, 2016: The spirit of New Mexico may best be captured through the senses—the distinctive smell of wet earth from a storm, the scent of burning piñon, the incredibly turquoise sky, and the rough organic texture of rounded adobe forms. This spirit finds expres- sion in a unique way of life created from the contributions of three cul- tures: Pueblo Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo. Tres Culturas is designed to help travelers explore and understand the diversity of New Mexico's artistic heritage from ancient times to the present. Highlights include a tour of Georgia O'Keeffe's home in Abiquiu, a celebration at a living history museum, in-person views of petro- glyphs, a visit to Taos Pueblo (also designated a UNESCO World Heritage site), a visit to Roxanne Swentzell's Tower Gallery, and much more. Ringling College of Art & Design Continuing Studies & Special Programs 2700 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34234 PreCollege 2016 (July 23–July 26): Get an edge up! Explore, learn, discover and create in this immersion in visual art and design. Students sixteen to eighteen years of age (grades ten through twelve) earn three college elective credits. Summer Teacher Institute (July 10–15): Take two workshops in studio and/or digital arts, earn CEUs, all while improving both personal prac- SCHOOLARTSMAGAZINE.COM 43 SUMMER EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY

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