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    Back MatterSource: Art Education, Vol. 15, No. 8, Adult Art Education Issue (Nov., 1962), pp. 29-31Published by: National Art Education AssociationStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3186681 .Accessed: 16/06/2014 03:55

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  • SCHOOL DIRECTORY

    MOORE Institute of ART Fully Accredited College of Art for Women Distinguished professional faculty. 4-year courses lead to B.S., B.F.A. Advertising Art, Applied Design, Art Education, Illustration. Fashion, Interior & Textile Design; Fashion Illustration. Painting. New campus, resi- dence hall. 118th year. Write for catalog. 1920 Race Street, Philadelphia 3, Pennsylvania

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    MARYLAND Professional training in all areas of Art and Art Education, Rinehart School of Sculpture. BFA, MFA, and Diploma. Established 1826. Write: Registrar, The Maryland Institute, 1322 West Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore 17, Md.

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    PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMY OF THE FINE ARTS Oldest Fine Arts School in the United States. Professional training in Painting, Sculpture and Graphics for serious art students. Faculty of distinguished artists. Coordinated with the University of Penn- sylvania for B.F.A. and M.F.A. Day, evening and summer classes. For catalog write: Broad & Cherry, Philadelphia 2, Pennsylvania.

    PHILADELPHIA MUSEUM COLLEGE

    OF ART Modern career college founded 1876 to train artists, designers and art teachers. Co-ed. Ac- credited. 4-year Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees. Evening Divi- sion and summer pre-college art workshops. Send for free booklet, "Your Career in Art." PMCA, Dept. B, Broad & Pine, Phila. 2, Penna.

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  • "THE SHIP" SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WHAT IT IS . . .

    An award of $500 to be given to an active NAEA member chosen by a committee of The National Art Education Association, Ruth E. Halvorsen, NAEA President, Chairman.

    WHO IS ELIGIBLE . . .

    Any active member of The National Art Education Association who has had successful teaching ex- perience.

    WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS . . .

    Applicants for the scholarship award must file applications requiring information relating to train- ing, teaching experience, association work, etc., plus the names of three persons who can testify to the candidates ability, character and teaching experience. in addition . . .

    each candidate must present a plan for a program of study or work which will indicate how the award money will be used. While all the information asked in the application form will be used in determining the award winner, the committee will give most weight to the plan presented by the candidate and to results which they feel will accrue to art education, as a result of the work or study.

    HOW TO APPLY . . .

    Application blanks may be secured by writing to: DR. CHARLES M. DORN, Executive Secretary Na- tional Art Education Association, 1201 16th Street, N.W., Washington 6, D. C.

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    NOVEMBER 1962 31

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    Article Contentsp.[29]p.30p.31[unnumbered]

    Issue Table of ContentsArt Education, Vol. 15, No. 8, Adult Art Education Issue (Nov., 1962), pp. 1-31Front Matter [pp.1-3]Art in Action: The Wisconsin Idea [pp.4-7]Adult Art Education: Pasadena City Schools [pp.7-10]A Look at Adult Education and Art [pp.11-13]The Arts at Wingspread [pp.14-15]Looking at Modern Paintings [pp.15-17]Double Image Slide Projection Technique [pp.17-28]Art Museum News and Notes [pp.20-21]News of the Profession [pp.22-27]Back Matter [pp.29-31]