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Summer Arts '90.

New England

Art New England, P.O. Box 140, Chestnut Hill, MA 02167. Summer Workshops: Painting, Sculpture, Ceramics, Monoprinting, Papermaking, Fiber. Join a community of artists, art students and art teachers. Week-long intensive workshops led by distinguished faculty at Bennington College, VT. Tel. (617) 232-1604. See ad.

Bennington College July Program, Bennington, VT 05201. An intensive pre-college, coed course for students entering the 11th and 12th grade. This is a residential program focusing on academic and creative enrichment. Courses offered: Painting, Sculpture, Photography, Video, Printmaking, Drawing, Ceramics, Architecture, and more. Tel. (802) 447-2611

Berkshire Art Workshop, P.O. Box 1113, Stockbridge, MA 01262. July 30-August 5. Painting, Drawing, Design, and Illustration--spend a highly creative week in the beautiful Berkshires with a distinguised faculty of New York artists and educators, while enjoying the area's unsurpassed cultural and recreational activities. Highly individualized criticism and guidance. Studios and residence at Simon's Rock of Bard College. Tel. (413) 298-4269 or (212) 628-8153. See ad.

Boston University, Summer Visual Arts Institute, 855 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215. June 24 August 3. Intensive day and residential studio program for high school students. Small classes, taught by professional artist educators. Develop technical skills and imagination through work in Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Design, Sculpture, Photography, Fibers, Critical Studies. Program supplemented by studio, gallery, and museum visits, talks with artists, portfolio and career counseling. For further information call or write. Tel. (617) 353-3373/3371

Brookfield Craft Center, P.O. Box 122, Rte. 25, Brookfield, CT 06804. 75 weekend and week-long arts & crafts workshops for professional educators, taught by nationally ranked master visiting faculty. Traditional topics of Woodworking, Weaving, Ceramics, Photography and Jewelry, plus unusual subjects like Boatbuilding, Homebuilding, Color Theory, and various design skills. Tel. (203) 775-4526

Hartford Art School, University of Hartford, W. Hartford, CT 06117. Portfolio Preparation and Development at our 1990 Visual Art Workshop for high school students, July 23-August 10. We also offer two sessions of art and design classes and have added interior design classes as well. Four intensive workshops are planned in Sculpture, Ceramics, and Design. For details write or call. Tel. (203) 243-4393

Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 48 Quincy St., Cambridge, MA 02138. June 25-August 3, Career Discovery Program 1990. For people considering career choices or changes. A 6-week, intensive program for people interested in pursuing a career in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Design.

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, P.O. Box 87SA, Deer Isle, ME 04627. One, two and three week summer sessions from June 3 to August 31. Blacksmithing, Book Arts, Clay, Fibers, Foundry, Glassblowing, Graphics, Wood, and more. Tel. (207) 775-4526

New England Art Therapy Institute, 216 Silver Lane, #6, Sunderland, MA 01375. Gateways To Creativity: July 15-20, Historic Deerfield, M.A. Dynamic experience of creative behavior, using art, metaphor and symbols to discover your personal patterns for success. Great for re-inspiring art teachers! Relaxed country setting. Grad/UG educ. credits and CEU's available. Registration deadline: July 6. Tel. (413) 665-4880

Phillips Academy of Andover, MA, Visual Studies Institute for Teachers: June 24 to July 5. Themes: Seeing is Basic to Learning and Integral Thinking Across the Curriculum. Mini-courses in Photography, Design, Sequential Imagery, Teaching Applications. Graduate credits optional. Intensive, interactive, residential program. Contact Robert A. Lloyd, RDI Box 494, Middleton Springs, VT 05757. See ad.

Rhode Island School of Design, Dept. SA 2 College St., Providence, RI 02903. Summer Studies for credit, June 24-August 3. Pre-College Summer Programs for high school students seeking a pre-professional experience in the visual arts and design. Tel. (401) 521-6240. See ad.

New York

Craft World Tours, 6776 Warboys Rd., Byron, NY 14422, Craft & Folk Art Tours ... visit craftspeople, folk artists and artists ... villages and countryside as well as important highlights. Experience the people, the culture, the sights, sound and smells! Excellent opportunities for the visually-oriented person ... inspiration for your work as well as your students. Programs for 1990 include: Thailand, Indonesia, India, Turkey, Morocco, Sweden, Yugoslavia and Hungary. Tel. (716) 548-2667

Fashion Institute of Technology, 227 W. 27 St., New York, NY 10001. Summer Live Program July 9 to July 26. Summer Live is a wonderful opportunity for personal and professional exploration. Work with artists, designers and other professionals in a casual studio or classroom setting to develop skills and learn about careers in the art, design, business and technology of fashion and related industries. Tel. (212) 760-7675

Hartwick College, Office of Special Programs, Oneonta, NY 13820. 12th Annual Studio Arts Workshop for high school students, July 1-21. This intensive three-week course consists of an art seminar and six studio courses. Students select three courses in which to concentrate. All students take the art seminar. Cost: $875, which includes room and board, tuition, planned social activities and field trips, visiting artist series. For more information and application, call or write. Tel. (607) 431-4415

Long Island University-Southampton, 239 Montauk Hwy., Southampton, NY 11968. Free mini-vacation in the Hamptons this summer! High school art teachers learn about Southampton College art programs and stay on campus in June, July, or August. Call now to make your reservation; limited space. Tel. (516) 283-4000, ask for Mallory Boyd

New York University, School of Education, Health, Nursing, and Arts Professions, 25 W. 4th St., 6th Floor, New York, NY 10012. Offering a lull summer roster for artists and art educators. Courses include: Ateliers in Painting, Drawing, Art and Media, Photography, and Printmaking; Video Art; Sculpture; Computer Art; and Studio art in Venice, Italy. For information call (212) 998-5090

Parsons School of Design, Office of Special Programs, 66 Fifth Ave., New York NY 10011, Pre-College Summer Session in New York City, June 25-July 26. Courses: Introduction to Art & Design, Drawing, Painting, Clay/Metal/ Textile Design, Communication Design, Photography, Architecture Illustration. Fashion Illustration Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising--for 4 College Credits. Dormitory accommodations available. Tel. (212) 741-8975, Mon-Thurs. 9:00am-4:00pm

Pratt Institute, Continuing Education 200 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11217. July 9-August 3. Pre-College Summer Programs for high school students in Architecture. Art Design, and Engineering. Summer workshops in Architecture Graphic Design, and Computer Graphics for CEU undergraduate, or graduate credit; Summer Institute Graduate Creative Arts Therapy; Undergraduate Arts Internship program; Study Abroad--Architecture in Japan, Design in Copenhagen, Fine Arts in Venice. Tel. (718) 636-3453

Rochester Institute of Technology, Summer Session Box 9887, Rochester, NY 14623. Graphic Design, Computer Graphic Design, Industrial & Interior Design Medical Illustration, Printmaking, Painting, Illustration, Package Design, Ceramics, Glass Metals, Textiles, Woodworking. One and two-week workshops. Tel. (716) 475-2634

School of Visual Arts, Arts Abroad, 209 East 23rd St., New York NY 10010. Five summer learning-vacation programs, June-August: Painting in Urbino, Italy; Painting in Barcelona, Spain; Design & Illustration in London; Design & Illustration in Paris; An Archaelogical Tour of Ancient Greece. Tel. (212) 679-7350

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866. Courses and/or Workshops: Acceleration program in art offers credit and non-credit courses in Studio Art & Art History to talented high school students under the auspices of the acclaimed Summer SIX Art Program: Painting, Drawing, 2D and 3D Design, Photography, Ceramics & Watercolor available. Scholarships, room and board. Tel. (518) 584-5000 x2372 or write for more information. See ad.

Syracuse University, Division of International Programs Abroad, 119 Euclid Ave., Syracuse, NY 13244-4170. June 4-July 6, Visual Arts in Florence combines studio arts with art history for an enriching experience. Students are required to take a three-credit studio elective in Photography, Drawing Painting Printmaking, Fibers, or Metalsmithing and a three-credit Art History course. They study masterpieces from the 14th century renaissance to contemporary Italian art in the galleries and monuments of Florence Rome and Venice. For further in formation write or call. Tel. (315) 443-9421/9420

Mid-Atlantic and Southeast

Arrowmont School of Arts & Crafts, P.O. Box 567, Gatlinburg, TN 37738. Located only three miles from the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Eastern Tennessee, Arrowmont is a nationally known visual arts complex offering one/two-week workshops for students of all ability levels. Students may elect to receive credit from the University of Tennessee or audit courses in Photography, Drawing, Painting, Papermaking, Clay, Fiber, Metal. Stained Glass and Wood. A gallery, resource center, and bookstore augment the educational facility. Tel. (615) 436-5860. See ad.

Atlanta College of Art, Continuing Education, Woodruff Arts Center, 1280 Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta, GA 30309. Pre-College Visual Arts Program, June 11-29, two sessions--Fine Arts and Graphic Design. Unique studio experience for high school students. Experience college-level studio courses. Juniors and seniors can earn 3 college credits upon completion. Learn about careers in art, meet artists and deserters, develop a portfolio for art college entrance requirements. Call or write for more information. Tel. (404) 898-1169.

Carnegie Mellon University, 5000 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890. June 24-August 3. Pre-College Programs in Art/Design for high school juniors and seniors Courses also available in Drama, Architecture and Music. Director of Summer Studies: John Papinchak. Tel. (412) 268-6620

Florida State University/Oxford Adult Program, Florida State, Center for Professional Development, R-55 Box S, Tallahassee, FL 32304-2027. Tel. (904) 644-7551. July 1-21 and July 22-August 11. See ad.

Ivy Crafts Imports, 5410 Annapolis Rd., Bladensburg, MD 20710. Silk Painting Seminar--June 11-15 and October 8-12. Comprehensive five day class teaches you this wonderful French art form in depth. Paint many pieces and learn several techniques. Course geared to equip you with the necessary skills to teach independently. Cost: $375 including all materials lunches and one dinner. Enjoy your visit to our nation's capital while you learn this exciting art form! Weekend classes also available. Tel. (301) 779-7079. Write now!

Marywood College, Art Dept., 2300 Adams Ave., Scranton, PA 18509-1598. Summer masters programs for art directors; Get your Masters with the Masters, 2-week intensive workshop for illustrators, ad designers and teachers. Silkpainting & Batik; July 9-27, Ceramics; July 9th -27. Expressive Arts Workshop for Art Therapists, June 25-29. Write or phone for more information. Tel. (717) 348-6278

Memphis College of Art, Overton Park, Memphis, TN 38112. June 4-July 13: A full schedule of visual art courses for degree and non-degree students will he offered. Horn Island Workshop, May 19-27: A one-week intensive workshop in Drawing, Watercolor Photography and Sculpture on Horn Island, a National Park located twelve miles off the coast of Pascagoula, Mississippi in the Gulf, of Mexico. The island, its plants and living creatures will be the subject matter. Daily events are scheduled. Write or call for information. Tel. (901) 726-4085, outside of Memphis 1-800-727-1088

Moore College of Art & Design, the Parkway at 20th St., Philadelphia. PA 19103. BFA program in Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Illustration, Interior Design, Textile Design, Ceramics, Drawing, Jewelry, Painting and more. Write or call. Tel. (215) 568-4515

New Jersey Summer Arts Institute, Rutgers University, Piscataway c/o P.O. Box 352, New Brunswick, NJ 08903. Entering its 10th year offering quality education to serious students grades 7-12. Individualized placement ensures growth in all art forms including majors in Visual Art, Writing, Theatre, Dance, Interarts, Instrumental or Vocal Music and Art and Technology. Classes taught by outstanding faculty of experienced professional artists and educators. Write or call for more information. Tel. (201) 463-3640

Ringling School of Art and Design, 2700 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34234. Presents the Maine Experience '90: Artists Workshop, August 8-14. Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, and Pottery by Ringling Faculty. Room, board and tuition is $350. Tel. (813) 351-4614, outside Florida 1-800-255-7695

Savannah College of Art and Design, P.O. Box 3146, Savannah, GA 31402. Summer Opportunities open with Art Educators' Forum, an intensive program of workshops for high school art teachers, June 17-22; Summer quarter in Savannah offers classes for high school students/graduate school students in Video, Photography, Graphic Design, Fiber Arts, Painting, Historic Preservation, Illustration, Interior Design, Architecture, Computer Graphics, Art History and more, June 25-August 30; Three off-campus trips are offered: France, England, and New York. Call or write for more information. Tel. (912) 238-2400. See ad.

Temple University, Tyler School of Art, Beech & Penrose Avenues, Elkins Park, PA 19126. This special studio program is designed for high school students who are planning to study art in college. Classes run from 9:00am to noon each weekday for six weeks with a two week focus in each of three disciplines: Drawing, Two-dimensional Design, and Three-dimensional Design. Information about portfolio presentation, careers in art, and art school is also presented. Tuition: $275. Registration deadline: June 22. Tel. (215) 782-2828

The University of the Arts, Broad and Pine Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19102. New talent program for high school juniors and seniors, June 25 to August 3. Comprehensive program in the visual arts beginning with core studio courses in Drawing, Color. Studies in Three Dimensions and 2 elective courses. Contact Office of Continuing Education. Tel. (215) 875-2221

Youth World Camps and Tours, 10 Old Court Rd., Baltimore, MD 21208. Residential summer crafts camp for K-10th grade. Youth World is a group of six sleep-away camps located in the Shenendoah Mountains of W. Virginia and on large spring-fed lakes in Maine. Each of the camps boasts a large and well-stocked Arts and Crafts Department. We are seeking three directors to staff our programs. We are very flexible and allow directors to shape their own programs. Excellent facilities, top salaries. See ad.

Zoltan Szabo Workshops, 5014 Coronado Dr., Charlotte, NC 28212. 1990 Watercolor Workshops: June 4-8 and June 11-15 in Kirkwood, CA; July 9-13 and July 16-20 in Snowshoe, WV; and 3 sessions in Cannon Beach, OR. Tuition for each five-day workshop is $275. Upon registration in any of the workshops, you will receive a supply list, hotel information, and other particulars. More information is available upon request Contact Willa McNeill. Tel. (704) 568-4306. See ad.

Mid-West and Southwest

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, CO 81615. Nationally recognized artists lead intensive 1 to 3 week workshops near Aspen in Ceramics. Painting, Drawing, Photography, Woodworking/Furniture Design and Interdisciplinary Studies. Scholarships and residence available. Write or call for a free catalog. Tel. (303) 923-3181

Columbia College Chicago, The Graduate Division, 600 South Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60605-1996. Columbia College Masters Program in Interdisciplinary Arts Education. Don't miss the opportunity to study with Chicago's finest artists, performers and teachers! Develop your own program. Design your own job. All classes held in the evenings. For more information telephone (503) 663-1600, X670

Interlochen Center of the Arts, National Music Camp, P.O. Box 199, Interlochen, MI 49643. June 24-August. For students ages 8 through high school. Visual arts courses include: Ceramics, Painting & Drawing, Metalsmithing, Sculpture. Recreation and Environmental courses. Gallery show featuring student works and visiting artists. For more information contact the Director of Admissions at (616) 276-9221. See ad.

International Art Workshops, Dept. E., 187 Aqua View Rd., Cedarburg, WI 53012. CALGARY! For the first time in 18 years the International Art workshop will be held in North America! Study Watercolor with the best in the business: Prof. Lou Rizzolo from Western Michigan University and Howard Watson of Philadelphia. Two weeks in spectacular Calgary, gateway to the Canadian Rockies. Academic credit available. Apartment style housing in the former 1988 Olympic Press Corps facilities at Mt. Royal College. Write or call Tel. (414) 377-7451. See ad.

Kansas City Art Institute, Continuing Education, 4415 Warwick Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64111. Graduate Courses in Ceramics. Photography, Drawing & Painting. Undergraduate credit or non-credit courses in June and July. Special workshops in Photography, Fiber and more. Tel. (816) 561-4852

Miami University CraftSummer, Rowan Hall, Oxford, OH 45056. From June 18 to July 20. 25 one-week workshops in various media including: Wood, Ceramics, Fibers, Painting, Graphic Design. 1.5 credits per workshop. Graduate and undergraduate credit available. Tel. (513) 529-7395

St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN 55057. The University of Oslo International Summer School offers an Art History course--Art in Norway: From the Viking Age to the present. June 23-August 3. Cost is $1978, including room, board, fees and curriculum related excursions within Oslo. The course surveys three significant periods of Norwegian art--The Viking Age; the late 19th century with emphasis on Edward Munch; and the 20th century development of art in public places for the general public with the state as patron. Tel. (507) 663-3268. See ad.

Sievers School of Fiber Arts, Sweetgrass Lane, Washington Isle, WI 54246. Classes offered in Papermaking, Basketry, Felting, Batik, Silkscreen Painting, Quilting, Spinning, Rugmaking, and more. Tel. (414) 847-2264

University of Minnesota Duluth, 403 Darland Admin. Bldg., 10 University Drive, Duluth, MN 55812-2496. Chinese Landscape Painting or Woodblock Printing People's Republic of China, June 1-July 15. Cost $4150. Paint or print for four weeks at China's Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzou. Spend two weeks traveling to Yellow Mountain, the Buddhist Island of Putuo Shan and towns of Anhui/Zhejiang Provinces seeing the four treasures--ink, paper, inkstone and brush--being crafted. We are being welcomed back for our 7th year of Artist to Artist exchange. Call or write for further information, Tel. (218) 726-6536

West Coast

Bet Borgeson Colored Pencil Workshops, 3977 S.W. Condor Ave., Portland, OR 97201. Spring and Summer sessions at Los Angeles and Oregon Coast. Beginning thru advanced levels. Write or phone for details. Tel. (503) 224-7938

Brooks Institute of Photography, Alston, Rd., Santa Barbara, CA 93108. Brooks is offering a comprehensive 5-day Photo Educators Workshop, July 23-July 27. Designed to aid in your efforts as instructors, this program has been recognized as one of the most unique experiences for art educators of all kinds and offers three semester hours of credit. Topics: Outdoor Portraiture, Painting With Light, Exposure Controls, The Zone System, Negative Development, and numerous other hands-on assignments and darkroom techniques. Class size is limited to 60. Write or call Jane Gray at (805) 966-3888

Idyllwild School of Music and the Arts, Box 38, Idyllwild, CA 92349. Now in it's 41st season, Idyllwild's Summer Arks Program will offer over 90 one and two-week courses in Dance, Music, Theatre, Musical Theatre, Visual Arts and Native Arts to students of all ages. The program begins June 24. For more information and free catalog, write or call. Tel. (714) 659-2171

Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland, OR 97225. 1990 Summer Workshops, June 13-August 22. 19 national faculty come to Oregon School of Arts and Crafts summer quarter to teach workshops in Book Arts, Ceramics, Drawing, Fibers, Metal and Woodworking. Registration opens February 15. Call or write for a Summer Schedule. Tel. (503) 297-5544

Portland State University, Haystack Program in the Arts, P.O. Box 1491, Portland, OR 97207. Join nationally known artists on Oregon's beautiful coast. Summer courses in Drawing, Watercolor, Maskmaking and N.W. Coastal Indian Art. For brochure call Summer Session at 1-800-547-8887 (outside Oregon) or 1-800-452-4909 (in Oregon)
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Date:Mar 1, 1990
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