painting, bronze casting, animation, ceramics, fibers, bookmaking, and more. We also have our
prestigious pre-college program in
studio arts. This programs offers
high school students college credit
as well as non-credit workshops to
sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
Room and board is available for all
programs. For more information,
please contact Marianne Needham,
(518) 580-5052, or visit our website,
The Marie Walsh Sharpe
830 North Tejon St., Suite 120
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
The Summer Seminar is a scholarship program open to all artistically gifted high school juniors.
The seminar is designed to offer an
intensive visual art studio program
for students. There are three, two-week sessions with up to twenty
students per session. The Summer
Seminar is held on the campus
of Colorado College in Colorado
Springs, Colorado. Application
deadline is April 9, 2008. For more
information, call (719) 635-3220, or
The Woodstock School of Art
P.O. Box 338
Woodstock, NY 12498
The Woodstock School of Art offers
year-round classes in drawing,
painting, sculpture, and printmaking. Two-, three-, and five-day
intensive workshops offer specialized training in pastel, watercolor,
collage, oil, figure, landscape, portrait, and still life. Call for a free
illustrated catalog of classes.
Portrait of Virginia Woolf: Novelis writeris, not Canis lupus.
Kids don’t get enough art these days. They don’t
have enough access to ballets, musicals or literature.
Sort of explains why some kids might think Britain’s
most influential novelist is an East Coast predator.
But art transforms lives. In fact, the more art kids get,
the more knowledgeable they become in subjects like
math and science. And the more likely they’ll become
well-rounded, not to mention, well-read adults. For
Ten Simple Ways to get more art in kids’ lives, visit