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Art Teacher Fellowships

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Sandra J. Cryder (artifex)
Mon, 4 Aug 1997 00:33:53 -0400

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>Date: Fri, 1 Aug 1997 09:25:40 -0400 (EDT)
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>From: National Art Education Association <naea>
>Subject: Art Teacher Fellowships
>
>NATIONAL ART EDUCATION ASSOCIATION
>Office of the Executive Director
>Phone 703-860-8000 Fax 703-860-2960
>Home Page-http://www.naea-reston.org
>E-mail: naea
>
>FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
>May 27, 1997
>Contact: Donnamarie Gilbert
>
>
>THE MARIE WALSH SHARPE ART FOUNDATION
>ANNOUNCES THE 1998 TEACHER-ARTIST PROGRAM
>June 24 - July 11, 1998
>
>
> The National Art Education Association and The Marie Walsh Sharpe
>Art Foundation will co-sponsor the 1998 Teacher-Artist Program (TAP) to
>recognize and reward up to six outstanding K-12 art educators in public and
>private schools for exemplary teaching and artistic achievements. This
>summer residential program on the campus of The Colorado College, Colorado
>Springs, Colorado focuses on teachers as artists and provides an
>opportunity for those selected to concentrate on their artistic growth in
>drawing and painting. TAP is held in conjunction with the Sharpe Art
>Foundation's high school summer seminar and provides teachers the
>opportunity to observe gifted high school juniors working in a studio
>environment.
>
> Teachers selected receive full tuition awards (tuition, room and
>board) and all seminar related costs-studio space for drawing and painting
>is provided. Some art supplies are furnished with up to $100 per teacher
>available for personal requests of additional art supplies. Supplies are
>provided through a grant from BINNEY & SMITH INC., makers of Crayola=AE and
>Liquitex=AE art materials.
>
> The Teacher-Artist Program is open to members of the National Art
>Education Association who are full-time, K-12 art teachers in public or
>private schools with 5 years teaching experience and a concentration in
>drawing and painting. NAEA board members and past TAP recipients are
>ineligible. Applications will be mailed to all NAEA K-12 art teachers.
>
> Submit by February 2, 1998:
>* Completed application form;
>* 8-10 slides of recent works showing at least 6 different works of art
> (do not send slides of classroom demonstrations or student work)
>* Resume;
>* Two letters of recommendation;
>* Written statement describing what you hope to achieve and what your fo=
cus
>in drawing and/or painting will be during your stay. Additional supporting
> materials will not be accepted.
>
> Applicants are selected by the quality of artistic work and
>exhibition record; the evidence of excellence in teaching art; and
>completeness of application. Selected teachers will be notified before the
>NAEA national convention in Chicago, Illinois, April 1-5, 1998 and will be
>introduced in a General Session during the convention.
>
> Mail completed entries to: Nanette Tirado, Program Associate, The
>Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation, 711 N. Tejon, Suite B, Colorado Springs,
>CO 80903, (719)635-3220. Postmarked deadline is midnight, Monday,
>February 2, 1998.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>1998 Teacher-Artist Program Application
>
>Postmarked Deadline-Midnight, Monday, February 2, 1998
>
>q Yes, I am a member of NAEA. NAEA ID # _____________________________
>
>Name: _____________________________________________________________________=
___
> (Last)
>(First)
>
>
>Address: __________________________________________________________________=
____
> (City)
> (State) (Zip)
>
>School: ___________________________________________________________________=
____
>
>
>Address: __________________________________________________________________=
____
> (City) (State)
> (Zip)
>
>Home Phone: _____________________________ School Phone:
>_______________________
>
>Number of years teaching _________ Full-time teaching assignment
>______________ Grade(s)
>
>Attached to this application:
>
> q This completed application form
> q 8-10 Slides in an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet
> q Resume
> q Two letters of recommendation
> q Written statement
> q Self-addressed, stamped envelope (for return of slides)
>
>
>___________________________________________________________
>________________
> (Signature of Applicant)
> (Date)
>
>
>Mail by Midnight, Monday, February 2, 1998 to:
>
>
>Nanette Tirado, Program Officer
>The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation
>711 N. Tejon, Suite B, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
>
>
>naea
>http://www.naea-reston.org
>

Sandra J. Cryder / Artifex


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