artists, art educators, and high-school
students. In addition to undergraduate
(BFA) and graduate (MFA, MSAE)
degree programs, MassArt offers a
low-residency MFA, based at the Fine
Arts Work center in Provincetown,
Massachussetts. Summer Studios,
MassArt’s pre-college summer program, is an intensive experience in
art-making and critical thinking for
students entering grades eleven and
twelve. Students may apply to receive
college credit. Supervised housing in
the college residence hall is available.
Art New England Workshops, week-long classes in a variety of media, are
held in Bennington, Vermont in July
and August and attract art educators
as well as artists of all levels. For
more details, please see our website,
or contact Nancy McCarthy for Art
New England at (617) 879-7175; Liz
Rudnick for Youth and Pre-College
programs at (617) 879-7174.
Otis College of Art & Design
9045 Lincoln Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90045
(800) 527-OTIS x6864
Summer of Art 2011 (July 5–29), is an
intensive pre-college art program for
students ages fifteen and older. Areas
of concentration include animation,
architecture, black-and-white photography, digital media, digital photography, drawing and painting in the
anime style, fashion design, graphic
design, illustration, life drawing,
painting, product design, sculpture,
and toy design. Call or visit our website for more information.
Ringling College of Art and Design
Continuing Studies and Special Programs
2700 N. Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34234
Our Pre-College Perspective (June
26–July 23, 2011) gives high-school
students the chance to explore visual
art and design in studio settings.
Study with Ringling faculty, live on
campus, and earn three college cred-
its. Our Wildacres Art Workshops
in the Blue Ridge Mountains, North
Carolina July and October 2011.
These one-week studios for adults of
all ages explore various media includ-
ing drawing, painting, printmaking,
clay studio, figure study, photography,
and more. Teachers can earn CEUs.
Skidmore Summer Studio
815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
For art teachers, graduate students,
and independent artists: advanced
and graduate courses and workshops.
For studio art majors: foundation,
intermediate, and advanced-level
For talented high-school students:
the Pre-College Program in the
Liberal and Studio Arts—college
credit-bearing courses and non-credit
For all: a vibrant summer community
Professional Institute for Educators
(PIE) at the University of the Arts
320 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
The Professional Institute for Educators at the University of the Arts presents ArtsWeek, a collection of focused
art and media courses designed for
teachers in a range of subject areas
who are interested in developing
innovative, creative approaches to
education. Offered at three sites this
summer, ArtsWeek participants can
refine arts-making and media-specific
skills, explore the application of
media into the curriculum, and learn
how to engage all students through
focused arts experiences.
Pre-College Summer Institute
at the University of the Arts
320 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
The Pre-College Summer Institute
at the University of the Arts offers
intensive programs for rising high-school juniors and seniors in acting,
art and media exploration, dance,
jazz, and musical theater. The rigorous programs are one, two, or four
weeks in July, and provide students
considering art school or a career in
the arts with the opportunity to build
their portfolio or audition and preview the college experience.
Santa Fe Folk Art Extravaganza
Please join SchoolArts editor Nancy
Walkup and CRIZMAC president Ste-vie Mack for Folk Art Extravaganza,
an extraordinary joint workshop
opportunity, July 6–12, 2011, in Santa
Fe, New Mexico, held in conjunction
with the eighth annual International
Folk Art Market. Participate in
hands-on workshops, learn directly
from artists and other speakers, visit
museums, and experience two days
at the International Folk Art Market.
For $1495 you will get six nights lodging at the Inn of the Governors, daily
breakfast, two dinners, workshop
materials, entrance fees to museums,
and two days admission to the International Folk Art Market. To register
and place a deposit, visit the CRIZMAC website or contact Kitty Williams at the phone number or e-mail
address listed above.