2002 Summer Arts directory.
Davis Publications Online Learning Courses, 50 Portland Street, Worcester, MA, 01608
Take professional development or graduate credit courses designed for art educators in your own space and time. Teaching Art Online introduces using the Internet in art classes. Place and Identity in Contemporary Art considers how twenty-first century artists address place and identity in their works. Both are offered February 25-May 31 and June 17-August 30, 2002. kpassmore@ davis-art.com or www.davis-art.com or (800) 533-2847 ext. 261.
Fletcher Farm School for the Arts and Crafts, 611 Route 103 South, Ludlow, VT 05149
Fletcher Farm School is open June through September, offering over 150 courses for beginner, intermediate, and advanced artisans. We are committed to quality arts and crafts education, keeping alive old traditions, and teaching new techniques at reasonable cost. Lodging/meal plans are available. For more information/FREE catalog call (802) 228-8770 or visit www.FletcherFarm.com.
The Weaving Center at Harrisville Designs, Center Village, P.O. Box 806, Harrisville, NH 03450
Harrisville Designs offers the finest workshops in the fiber arts--Weaving, Spinning, Feltmaking, Knitting, and Dyeing--taught by internationally recognized fiber artists. Harrisville, a National Historic Landmark, is a beautiful 19th-century textile village nestled in the Monadnock Highlands--the perfect setting for a learning vacation. Brochure available by mail or online at harrisville.com.
Massachusetts College of Art, 621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
Summer Studios for high school juniors and seniors. This four-week program begins in late July. Creative Vacations: art classes for grades four through ten. The two-week session begins in early July. Teacher Institute: intensive studio-based programs for art educators and teachers of all grades and subjects. Two weeks in July. For more information, call (617) 879-7170, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.massart.edu.
Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex Street, Beverly, MA 01915
High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to take part in an intensive three-week pre-college session in Painting, Printmaking, and Life Drawing. This year's program is July 22nd through August 9th. College-owned apartments, across the street from the college and two blocks from the beach, are available. Call (978) 921-2356 ext. 104 or visit www.montserrat.edu.
Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex Street, P.O. Box 26, Beverly, MA 01915
The College of Art and Design offers a variety of courses for students five to seventeen years of age, either full- or part-time throughout the summer. Taught by artist/art educators working in their field, these professionals bring enthusiasm, talent, and excitement to the program and best of all fun! Call (978) 921-2351.
Wesleyan University/Center for Creative Youth, 350 High Street, Middletown, CT 06459
A pre-college residential program for 200 artistically talented high school students providing advanced classes in Creative Writing, Dance, Music, Theater, Musical Theater, Technical Theater, Filmmaking, Photography, and Visual Arts on the campus of Wesleyan University using the Center for the Arts facilities for classes, performances, and gallery exhibitions. All classes are taught by working professional artists. Call (860) 685-3307 or visit www.crec.org/ccy.
Bank Street College, Graduate School of Education, 610 West 112th Street, New York, NY 10025
During the summer earn your Master's degree in Supervision and Administration in the Visual Arts. Come to New York City for three consecutive July terms. This program, offered by Bank Street College and Parsons School of Design, is especially for art teachers who wish to prepare for leadership roles. Call (212) 875-4404.
Marywood University Summer MFA Program for Graphic Designers and Illustrators, 2300 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18509
Marywood University's Summer MFA Program allows graphic designers and illustrators the opportunity to earn their Master of Fine Arts degree during a convenient two-week summer semester for four summers. Study with renowned, award-winning, advertising, design, and illustration professionals. For more information, call (570) 348-6278 or visit www.marywood.edu.
Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts-Bard College. Blithewood Gate House, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY 12504
Since 1981, the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts has offered a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree program shaped according to this belief and conducted in a work-centered and stimulating environment for artists practicing in six disciplines: Film/Video, Music/Sound, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, and Writing. Call (845) 758-7481 or visit www.bard.edu/mfa.
Peters Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Rd., Layton, NJ 07851
Offers programs in Blacksmithing, Ceramics, Fiber/Surface Design, Fine Metals, Photography, Weaving, Woodworking, and special topics (with a focus on Yoruba art forms in 2002). Residencies, exhibition opportunities, and scholarships for teachers and students are also available. Call (973) 948-5200 or visit www.pvcrafts.org.
School of Visual Arts-MPS Art Therapy Program, 209 East 23 Street, New York, NY 10010
The two-year curriculum for the Master of Professional Studies in Art Therapy degree is interdisciplinary in approach, drawing from art, clinical and educational applications, and the social sciences. The first year of study covers the general theory and practice of art therapy. The second year allows students to choose between two areas of specialization: Addictionology and Challenged Populations. Call (212) 592-2610 or e-mail email@example.com.
Skidmore College/Summer 6 Art Program, 815 North Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
The Summer Six Art Program is a studio art program for undergraduate, graduate, and non-credit workshops in Drawing, Painting, 2-D and 3-D Design, Ceramics, Fiber Arts, Computer Graphic Design, Printmaking, Computer Animation, and Photography, with gallery exhibitions and visiting artist's lecture series. Also our AP/Art Program, Acceleration Program in Art offers college credit and non-credit workshops to high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Room and board is available for both programs. For a complete brochure please call (518) 580-5052 or e-mail mneedham@skidmore-edu.
The Woodstock School of Art, Inc., P.O. Box 338s, Woodstock, NY 12498
The Woodstock School of Art is situated one mile from this famous art colony on 38 acres of woodlands and open spaces. Open year round for ongoing instruction in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, and Printmaking, the summer season offers five-day intensive workshops, artist slide lectures, and exhibitions. Call (845) 679-2388 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIDWEST AND WEST
Coyote Arroyo Studios, 1753 13th Street, Penrose, CO 81240
Native American Pottery Workshop, Pottery I, 6/16/02 thru 6/23/02; Pottery II, 6/25/02 thru 7/2/02. K-12 and college educators. Learn traditional southwestern pottery materials, methods, philosophy, history, and culture of the ancient Anasazi and Pueblo people. Gather and prepare materials, create pottery and fire in ground kiln. Ideas for individual and classroom projects.
Crayon as a Final Drawing Medium, 7/7/02 thru 7/14/02. K-12 and college educators. Learn how to use common crayon to create super realistic or abstract final drawings. History, materials, methods, and techniques. University credits available, each workshop $275. Call (719) 372-6846 or write Coyote Arroyo Studios.
Interlochen Arts Camp, P. O. Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643-0199
America's first and foremost summer arts program for students age 8-18. Four- and eight-week sessions in Creative Writing, Dance, Music, Theatre Arts, and Visual Arts. Visual Arts classes include Ceramics, Drawing, Fibers, Metalsmithing, Painting, Photography, and Sculpture. High School Division also offers a four-week Drawing Institute. Call (231) 276.7472 or visit www.interlochen.org.
Kansas City Art Institute, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111
Artlab 2002 is about exploring the edge of artmaking. Intensive studio and academic courses are the foundation of the program. You will learn to document your work and begin building a meaningful portfolio for college applications and scholarship competitions. You may also earn three hours of college credit. For more information, call (816) 802-3423 or visit www.kcai.edu.
The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, 830 N. 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 as an institute to offer an intensive visual art studio program for students. There are three, two-week sessions with up to 20 students per session selected to attend. The Summer Seminar is held on the campus of The Colorado College in Colorado Springs, CO. Application deadline is 4/10/02. For more information call (719) 635-3220 or e-mail email@example.com.
Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, 273 E. Erie Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202
Creative Educator's Institute Summer 2002, July 14-19 & 21-26. Experience an innovative residency for educators, artists, and administrators. Explore the interdisciplinary possibilities of new technology and traditional art/design processes with exciting potential for application in the classroom. Scholarships, course credit, and on-campus housing are available. For more information: visit www.miad.edu, call (888) 749-6423, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design
Pre-college summer programs for high school students who envision a dynamic and creative summer experience. Scholarships available. Two week: CORE--June 17-June 28 (no credit); Three week: MAJORS--June 17-July 5 (3 MIAD college credits). Residence hall accomodations are available. For further information, call (414) 291-3273 or e-mail email@example.com.
Montana National Art Workshop, 1748 Interlachen Bay, Woodbury, MN. 55125
Art students (16 and up) are invited to apply for the seventh annual Montana High Workshop in East Glacier Mt. Students accepted (limited to 20) will work with nationally renowned artists in various painting and drawing techniques as well as sculpture. Fees ($400) will cover all the basic expenses while at the workshop including food, lodging, and instructors fees. Dates June 23-29. College credit (2) can be applied for through MSU. Contact (651) 739-0741, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.wandamumm.com. (instructional opportunities).
Otis College of Art and Design, 9045 Lincoln Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Summer of Art 2002, July 8-August 2, a pre-college program for students ages 15 and up who wish to experience an extraordinary art college environment. Area of interest courses: Painting, Sculpture, Fashion Design, 3-D Animation, Cell Animation, Life Drawing, Architectural Design, Video, Photography, Silkscreen and Printmaking, Toy Design, Illustration, and Digital Media Design. For more information, call (310) 665-6864 or visit www.otisart.edu.
School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 37 So. Wabash, Chicago, IL 60603
Our Summer Institutes are designed to give you maximum impact in the shortest amount of time. Sparked by the vitality of the city, the level of student work, challenging instructors, and inspiring visiting artists, you'll work harder than ever before in an environment second to none. Join us. Call (800) 876-4376 or e-mail email@example.com.
Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe, 999 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village, NV 89451
Offers a wide variety of week-long and weekend workshops including: Ceramics, Painting, Glassblowing, Bronze, Sculpture, Photography, Jewelry, Basketmaking, Printmaking, and Digital Arts. Located on the inspirational north shore of gorgeous Lake Tahoe! Optional housing provided, lunches included. Free Tuesday night lectures. Call for information, (800) 332-8666.
SOUTHWEST & SOUTH
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, P.O. Box 567, Gatlinburg, TN 37738
Spring and Summer one- and two-week workshops for students of all ability levels in Clay, Drawing/Painting, Fiber, Metals/Enamel, Mixed Media, Paper/ Bookarts, Surface Design, and Woodturning/Carving/Furniture. Residencies, assistantship, work-study, and scholarships are available. Credit offered through the University of Tennessee. For a course catalog, contact Arrowmont at (865) 436-5860; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.arrowmont.org.
Crizmac Art & Cultural Education Materials, Inc., P.O. Box 65928, Tucson, AZ 85728-5928
Crizmac offers the following summer seminars in 2002: Multicultural Extravaganza, Tucson, Arizona, June 23-July 2; Georgia O'Keeffe Leadership Seminar & Pueblo Indian Art & Culture, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 11-July 15; Mexico, Mexico City, Puebla, Oaxaca, July 25-August 4; Days of the Dead-Oaxaca, Mexico, October 26-November 2. Call (520) 323-8555 or visit www.crizmac.com.
Hemlocks Studio Summer Art Workshops, Box 417, Cedar Mountain, NC 28718
Hemlocks Studio is a unique summer art school, located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. We introduce art to nonartists and offer new avenues of expression to accomplished artists. Classes are limited to 12 students. We offer intensive workshops. Graduate credit toward recertification is available for some courses. Call (828) 885-2831 or e-mail email@example.com.
The Taos Art School, P.O. Box 2588, Taos, NM 87571
The Taos Art School offers week-long workshops in all of the arts: Painting, Sculpture, Writing, Photography, Creativity, Fibers, Weaving, Pottery, Pastels, Expeditions, Authentic Native American Studies, Equine Arts, Basketry, Petroglyphs & Rock Art, Digital Art, Figure Drawing, Culture. College credited. Free catalog. Experience the Original Art Colony of the West! Contact Ursula Beck, Founder/Director at (505) 758-0350, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.taosartschool.org.
Art Trek, P O Box 1103 Bolinas, CA 94924
Join Art Trek's international travel/ study painting classes for the art experience of a lifetime. Explore the "Prehistoric Cave Art and Gardens of Dordogne, France" June 14-28, 2002. Paint "En Plein Air in Tuscany, Italy" June 28-July 10, 2002. Enjoy "Watercolor in Tahiti, Polynesia" July 10-21 and July 24-August 4, 2002. Credit. All media. Professional artists/instructors. Enchantment itself! For more information, call (415) 868 9558, fax (415) 868 9033, visit www.arttreks.com, or e-mail email@example.com.
Atelier des Arts, 55 Bethune Street/Studio B645, New York, NY 10014
"A Dream Summer Experience." The New York State Art Teachers Association offers an opportunity to earn six-in-service teacher credits. Participants select two courses from: Painting/ Drawing, Photography, Printmaking, and Watercolor. Trips included in program. An intensive art workshop July 22-August 12, 2002, in the beautiful Jura mountains of French Switzerland. Workshop includes: courses, lectures, hotel, many meals, trips, airport transportation. For information, visit www. atelierdesarts.org, call (212) 727-1756 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Horizons To Go, P.O. Box 2206, Amherst, MA 01002
Artistic travel & learning vacations in Italy, Spain, Nepal, New Mexico, Ireland, Southern Utah, France, Mexico and Thailand! One- and two-week, small-group experiences with a focus on the arts. Call (413) 549-2900 or visit www.horizons-art.com.
New York University School of Education-Study Abroad, 82 Washington Square East, 5th floor, New York, NY 10003-6680
Studio Art in Venice (July 1-August 23). Immerse yourself in intensive studio work in Painting, Drawing, or Wood Art. A faculty of international artists critiques your work. Field trips. Earn up to 12 graduate credits. Apply by March 15, 2002. See our ad on page 49. Call (212) 998-5091.
Workshops in Italy (and France!), 4 Edgewood Terrace, Northampton, MA 01060
Our workshops offer artists and art-lovers a unique opportunity to work in breathtaking landscapes, study great art treasures and charming cultures, and sample magnificent cuisine! Italy: Watercolor, Drawing, Fresco, Tempera. Assisi, Florence, Arezzo, Spoleto, Montalcino, San Gimignano, Siena. France: Watercolor, Tempera, Oils, Illustration Techniques. The Languedoc, Albi, Carcassone, Bastide Villages. Call (413) 586-0708 or visit www.workshopsinitaly.com
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