March 2013 Issue
Theme: Creating Community
Companies that Care Showcase: Share with art
educators the ways your company gives back
to schools, artrooms, PTAs, or communities.
Highlight: NAEA Conference issue.
Thismonth,SchoolArts spotlights companies that truly care
about you—the art teacher. Find out ho w these companies
are taking steps to make art education a number-one priority.
Art Education 2.0
Get inspired by the products featured
in this section, and bring clay, ceramics,
and pottery-making into your artroom!
Blick Art Materials
Ad Closing Date: January 11, 2013
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A Texas potter makes 1,300 pound quilts with her Paragon Dragon
As a child, Earline Green
made hand-stitched quilts with her grand- mother Mama Freddie. Earline spent more
ger, taught her advanced quilting patterns. Later this influenced the design of Earline’s
stoneware quilt tile mosaics displayed in the Paul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Li-
brary in Dallas, Texas. For that project, Earlinefired284 whitestonewaretiles—allin
herfaithful Paragon Dragon.
EarlineGreen with her Paragon Dragon
front-loading kiln. This kiln is becoming a
favorite with teachers. It is easy to load
and easy on the back.
EarlineGreen’s clay quilts
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Better Designed Kilns
April 2013 Issue
Website Showcase: Feature your web address, a
color image of your homepage.
Ad Closing Date: February 8, 2013
May/June 2013 Issue
Theme: Interdisciplinary Connections
Summer & Fall Educational Directory: List your
professional development classes, workshops,
and travel opportunities.
Highlight: Last issue before summer break.
Ad Closing Date: March 13, 2013
SchoolArts is excited to bring you our spring Website Showcase!
Check out these Web resources for products, ideas, projects, and
inspiration to get you ready for your next school year.
Art Education 2.0
A community of like-minded art educators at your
fingertips! Art Education 2.0 is for art educators
of all levels who are interested in using digital
technologies to enhance and transform learning
in their classrooms. Go to arted20.ning.com to
participate in forums, groups, blogging, photo
and video sharing, and RSS.
Art Instruction Schools
Request your 2008 Illustrator—at no cost or obligation! Enjoy the insights and artwork of current
students and alumni as they follow their passion
in art. In this issue:
• 2007 Annual Art Competition winners
• The art of Sherry Blanchard-Stuart;
helpful hints and insights on painting.
Green your artroom!
Check out these listings to find
Earth-friendly products created
by companies that are committed
to protecting the environment.
Summer & Fall
79 New Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Academy of Art University
Davis Summer Institute for Art
Educators at Kutztown University
Massachusetts College of
Art and Design
Search the listings below to find enriching development workshops
and courses for yourself, and for your students.
621 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
CRIZMAC Art & Cultural
Education Materials, Inc.
PO Box 65928
Tucson, AZ 85728-5928
Fax: (520) 323-6194
At Blick, we are taking measures to make
Blick Art Materials
our operations energy efficient and environ-
mentally responsible. We are continually
searching for art products that are made of
chemically safe, recycled, renewable, and sus-
tainable resources, as well as materials that
are manufactured and packaged in an
eco-friendly manner. These products are listed
on our website at DickBlick.com/green.
DickBlick.com • (800) 447-8192
Maryland Institute College
of Art (MICA)
Office of Graduate Admission
1300 W. Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Makin’s Clay®, the No Bake Polymer Clay®,
is the ideal modeling medium for artists of all
ages. Featured in the 2009 Craft and Hobby
Associate Show Eco Lounge, Makin’s Clay is
completely environmentally safe, containing no
PVCs, toxins or phthalates, and is biodegradable
and user-friendly. Makin’s Clay can be mixed
with two or more colors to achieve any color
and air dries at room temperature without any
unpleasant odors. Visit makinsclay.com for a
complete line of products, tools, and accessories.
Makin’s USA • email@example.com • (402) 891-0085
Fax: (941) 955-8801
Ringling College of Art and Design
Continuing Studies and Special
2700 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34234