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Transfer Applicant

Note: Scholarships are renewable for up to three years as a full-time undergraduate student with the maintenance of a 3.0 GPA at Temple.

How to apply

The best way to apply is through your TUportal account. which you can also use to check your application status and more. To join TUportal, sign up for our mailing list. We’ll send you an email with instructions within 24 hours.

Along with your application, you’ll need to send all of your official high school and college transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Temple University.

What we consider

Previous college academic history. This is the basis of our admissions decision, as it is most telling of the work you will demonstrate as a Temple student. Our average GPA for transfer admission is 3.1 with 15 or more attempted college-level credits. Remedial and developmental course work is not counted toward our 15-credit minimum. Architecture, Nursing and Health Information Management have higher GPA requirements.

If you are seeking a second bachelor’s degree, please note:

  • Nursing. the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Education do not grant admission to second-degree students.
  • The Fox School of Business does not grant admission to students who have already completed a first degree in a business-related field at a U.S. institution.
  • The College of Science and Technology (CST) requires students pursuing second degrees to submit a statement of goals. CST makes the final determination of admissibility. Students wanting to complete prerequisites toward professional programs should contact Continuing Studies .

High school performance. We require an official high school transcript for students who have completed fewer than 30 college credits. We may review your high school work as part of our admissions decision.

Essay. This is your opportunity to describe the reasons you are looking to transfer, explain any academic trends or tell us something that is not evident in your application.

Recommendations. Although not required for transfer students, we accept letters of recommendations.

Extracurricular activities. Tell us about what you do outside the classroom.

Standardized test scores : If you have at least 15 college credits, SAT/ACT scores are usually not required for transfer admission unless our Admissions Office requests them.

Transferring credits

There’s no limit to the number of credits we accept, but you must complete at least 45 of your last 60 credits at Temple in order to receive a Temple degree. Our Admissions Office will let you know which credits are acceptable through a mailed official credit evaluation after you’re admitted. Generally, Temple accepts academic, college-level courses beyond the developmental level completed with a grade C or better from schools with regional accreditation. Each academic department determines how credits apply to the major, and students meet with advising units during on-campus registration. For more information about transferring credits to Temple, check out our bulletin .

Temple also awards college credits for students who in high school participated in the Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate programs.

The Transfer Equivalency Tool is designed to help current and prospective students determine how their college-level academic credits may transfer to Temple University. Use these tables to find the current listing of available Temple equivalents to classes at various two-year and four-year institutions as well as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate and CLEP exams.

Temple’s Dual Admissions program

We’ve established Dual Admissions agreements to help students transfer smoothly from local partner, two-year colleges. Students who have completed 30 or fewer college credits may enroll in the Dual Admissions program through a partner community college. Enrollment in Dual Admissions guarantees admission to most majors at Temple if the student finishes an associate degree with a 2.3 or higher GPA. Dual Admissions also guarantees additional scholarships to students who graduate from their community college with a 3.3 or higher GPA.

To enroll in Dual Admissions, simply fill out an Intent to Enroll form at your participating community college. The semester following your enrollment in the program, you will receive a letter confirming your enrollment in Dual Admissions. Then, in your final semester, you will fill out the Temple application. There will be an option on the application asking you to indicate if you’re a Dual Admissions student. You must then send all official college transcripts to Temple for admission consideration. Scholarships are awarded only after Temple receives a final transcript indicating that you have graduated through Dual Admissions with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or higher.

Apply now

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Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society – Munsinger Gardens #munsinger #gardens #and #clemens #gardens,


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Munsinger Gardens

From Sawmill to Flower Garden

The history of St. Cloud’s Munsinger Gardens may be compared to the garden’s well-worn paths; for both have interesting and unexpected turns. During the 1880s the lower east bank of the Mississippi River was the site of a sawmill. But by 1915 the city purchased the area for use as a neighborhood park. Eventually, the site became known as Riverside Park and Munsinger Gardens, the latter section named in honor of a former superintendent of parks, Joseph Munsinger. Munsinger Gardens has experienced many different stages of development. Improvements to the gardens occurred during the Great Depression through the Works Progress Administration. Projects from this period included planting trees and flowerbeds. Other additions included the creation of rock-lined paths, a lily pond, and a fountain. However, most of the work in developing the garden was directed by Joseph Munsinger. The first greenhouse was built in 1938. While the original greenhouse is gone, new ones stand in its place, and garden staff continues the tradition of growing flowers that help beautify this wonderful jewel known as Munsinger Gardens.

The Gardens

Events in the Garden

Photography in the Gardens

2017 Photo Contest More

Music in the Gardens

Art Fair in the Gardens

Artists are welcome to inquire.

Visitor Information

Riverside Drive S. E. St. Cloud, MN 56301

© 2012 Munsinger Clemens Botanical Society. All rights reserved.


Contractor Sales Online Training and Live Seminar #electrical #sales #classes, #plumber #sales


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Webinar: How to Recruit and Hire Your Best Team

Do you know the tell tale signs of a rockstar employee? Can you tell which candidates can make lasting results in your company? What are the key factors that differentiate the duds from the studs? Are you creating partners or employees? Join our webinar “How to Recruit and Hire Your Best Team” for business owners to learn the 9 steps in the recruiting and hiring process that can completely change your business. keep reading

Webinar: How to Use Field Service Software for HVAC

Do you ever wish there was a way to diagnose a system and present options without paperwork? Or maybe you want to track your technicians and sales in real time? How awesome would it be to accept a credit card by taking a picture using your phone? Luckily there’s an app for that! Join our webinar “How to Use Field Service Software for HVAC Professionals” to learn how you can save time and make more money in your business today. keep reading

Webinar: Pure Motive Pricing with Rick Picard

Join our webinar with Rick Picard on “Pure Motive Pricing” to get a taste of what you will learn as part our exclusive ContractorSelling.com Super Meeting at Contractor Leadership Live on September 12th in Cleveland, Ohio. This 1-hour session with Rick Picard, the $7 Million Dollar HVAC Salesman and Joe Crisara will go over what pure motive pricing is, the process of how to implement the strategy and how to scale growth. keep reading

Webinar: 5 Day Telephone Training System: Day 3 – CSR Superstar

In our third installment of the 5-Day Telephone Training System – CSR Superstar, we will go over the best practices used for dispatchers when encountering delayed and rescheduled calls. This webinar will teach you how to read and practice scripts, input data for invoices, practice putting customers on hold, handle multiple phone lines, how to transfer calls. keep reading

It’s not hard to find contractors who think they are losing jobs because their competitors have a lower price than them. How many are losing jobs because they lower their price instead of standing firm?That is a question that is much harder to answer. Especially since most people do not want to face the truth. The truth is that you will lose far more sales with a lower price or worse yet, by lowering the price you have already given than they ever will by having a higher price than your competitors. keep reading

Hour of Sales Power: Letting Your Buyer Sell You

Join our special webinar with guest Joe Lucanie of Patriot Electric to learn how your prospects can be influenced to not only sell themselves, but also sell YOU! You will discover the strategies and results of leaving your proposal behind, the best language to use when presenting, and life-changing tactics to close the deal! Tune in on Thursday, July 13th at 5:00 p.m. keep reading


Delhi Public School #mathura #school #of #art


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Delhi Public School, Indore

Monday 7 aug 2017

Proud to be a dipsite

National Equestrian Champion 2016-17
Horse Riding Champion, Aklavya Awardee, Gold Medalist – National Equestrian Champion 2016-17, Junior Dressage at Army Equestrian Centre, New Delhi. The Vibrant, encouraging sporting atmosphere and training facilities at school has sculpted me into a confident independent individual. Proud to be a Dipsite.

School Updates

  • “Kashish Sirsat” – Ace Basketball Player, Silver Medalist at the World School Games France (U-18 Indian Basketball Girls Team). The excellent coaching, personal guidance and ample opportunities offered at DPS Indore helped me to not only take up basketball so passionately, but to excel in it. The untiring support of my coaches and teachers and their confidence in my abilities has helped me to balance academics and sports well.

  • DPS Indore Alumni

    Delhi Public School Indore forms a big Alumni association of students of DPS Indore; christened ‘Association of DPS Alumni (ADA)’ is being formed and its first alumni meet would happen on the 22 Dec 2016


  • Photo Gallery


  • Promoting Body

    Jagran Social Welfare Society, Bhopal was promoted by Shri Hari Mohan Gupta along with the other members with the ideology and thoughts for social cause of its Patron Late Shri Guru Dev Gupta in the year 1997.


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    • Wishing you all a very Happy Navratri from Delhi Public School Indore
    • For the Students Exchange Programme DIPSITES have gone to France. A 10 days long educational tour from 6th October to 17th October, 2012 has been organized for the students by the Embassy of France in India.

    Copyright © Delhi Public School Indore 2017


  • Body Paint: Silly Farm Supplies Inc #face #and #body #paints,face #and #body


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    Everything Face and Body Art

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    Body paint is available in a variety of mediums perfect for every type of painter. We stock the largest selection of skin safe, vibrant, easy to use face and body paint. In this section you will find liquid, Airbrush ready, cake, latex, and all brands can be mixed and matched to create a work of art. If you have questions about types of paint and the differences between cake and liquid make up. Please feel free to call, email or LIVE chat us we are here to help.

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    Brisbane Auction Galleries 270 Abbotsford Road, Bowen Hills, Brisbane Australia #brisbane #auction


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    BRISBANE AUCTION GALLERIES 07-32571377

    Welcome to

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    our next auction will be

    OVER 850 NO RESERVE LOTS

    Viewing Times:

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    • Your bids DO NOT include Buyers Premiums or GST

    Phone bids can be arranged but must be organised by5:00 pm prior toAuction and relate to lots with estimates above $ 50

    For assistance please speak to one of our staff who will be happy to help you with these options.

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    Click this link for an illustrated catalogue.

    THE MAJORITY OF LOTS ARE MARKED N/R (no reserve)

    ESTIMATE PRICES ARE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE TO ASSIST CLIENTS FOR INDICATION PURPOSES ONLY, EXCEPT FOR THOSE LOTS NOT MARKED N/R WHEN THE ESTIMATE PRICE WILL BE USED TO COMMENCE THE LOT. E OE,PLS NOTE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ALTER ANY DETAILS OR SUBMISSIONS OR WITHDRAW ANY LOT AT ANY TIME WE SEE FIT AT THE DISCRETION OF MANAGEMENT.

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    Brisbane’s most trusted Antique Auction and Valuation service.

    Are you downsizing or dealing with a deceased Estate? The experienced team at Brisbane Auction Galleries are happy to assist.

    We offer a range of services from Valuation (Commonwealth Government approved Valuer of Antiques and Art) to Estate Management and appraisal.

    Our centrally located sale rooms are equipped to sell everything from entire home contents to single items and are open to the public for viewing prior to each sale.

    Why not attend our next sale and see for yourself? Admittance is free unless held at an onsite location you are most welcome!


    Drawing realistic portrait from a photograph – portrait art tutorial #portrait, #drawing,


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    How to draw a realistic pencil portrait from a photograph. How to draw the face in a realistic style. Tips suggestions.

    To the left is a pencil portrait drawn in the detailed realistic style. (Click on thumbnail image to see larger version.)

    There isn’t really much of a secret to drawing in this style. I was first introduced to this technique by one of my teachers who was an illustrator for the LA Times. and known for his extremely detailed work. He explained it very simply you just get a sharp pencil, smooth Bristol board, and draw in the itty-bitty details. His own work was known for its scary photo-realistic detail, so I was a little amazed that this was all that there was to it! But that was it!

    This portrait was drawn from a photograph. I didn’t use a grid or tracing paper I just sketched it in and rendered it.

    Consult the step-by-step portrait tutorial to get an overview on how to draw a portrait. The process I went through to draw this realistic style of portrait is pretty much the same as described in that tutorial.

    Materials to used for this drawing:

    Bristol Board, smooth finish. (Smooth finish illustration board will also work.) It is important that the paper be smooth, and doesn’t have a lot of tooth (texture). I use Strathmore Bristol Board, in the 9×12 or 11×14 sized pads.

    For this portrait, I used a .05 mechanical pencil. I usually use a B or 2B lead, but this time I only had an HB. It was sufficient. A regular pencil will work fine, as long as it is kept sharpened.

    Kneaded Rubber Eraser. It was invaluable in picking up stray lines, softening tones, and erasing errors. Really good with erasing small, delicate areas.

    To keep smudging at a minimum, I used a scrap of paper underneath my hand as I drew. I also attached a sheet of tracing paper to go over the drawing, sort of as an overlay. It was there to help prevent smearing as the drawing was being moved and transported around. The tracing paper also protected the drawing from fingerprints and dirt.

    All preliminary sketching was drawn lightly, so that stray pencil strokes could be erased later. When I felt I had drawn in the face correctly, I started lightly adding more detail and shading. I double-checked the drawing in the mirror (a good way to see errors) regularly, to make sure nothing had gone astray.

    All through the progress of the drawing, I used the Kneaded Rubber Eraser to lighten up areas, and erase mistakes. I would use the eraser to pat pat pat an area that had gotten too dark. This would lighten the area without smearing the graphite, or losing the quality of the pencil strokes. The eraser was also very good at completely erasing an area, without damaging the surface of the paper.

    The drawing progressed, as I kept adding more detail and shading. All shading was done lightly at first, and then darkened progressively. The sharp point on the .05 pencil kept all pencil strokes fine and small. This way, I was able to retain a realistic and detailed look to the drawing.

    I didn’t draw as much detail in the hair or clothing. This was a deliberate stylistic choice. The center of focus is the face, not the hair and clothes. It is a nice touch to have some loosely rendered areas, that allow the pencil strokes to show. This gives a nice arty feel to the portrait, and reminds us that it is a drawing. not a slavishly copied photograph.

    A detail of the eye. All the pencil strokes are crosshatched, not smeared or smudged. The gentle crosshatch gives the portrait a cleaner, neater appearance. It is much easier to control than smudging. Small subtle details are easier to define.

    If the crosshatching technique is done with these small, refined pencil strokes, the effect will look smooth and even photo-realistic when the portrait is seen at a normal distance.

    If contour lines are used in conjunction with the crosshatching, a subtle but effective dimensional effect will occur. This will enhance the realistic look of the portrait.

    A close-up of the nose and mouth. This is an enlarged view – the original drawing is much smaller.

    Notice that there is a subtle indication of a highlight on the tip of the nose, and a highlight on the bottom lip. This was achieved by gently laying down a light tone around these highlights. With a portrait this detailed, most of the face will be rendered as a light gray, so that such highlights will show up.

    When seen at normal size, most of these light pencil crosshatching strokes will not be very visible. However, the crosshatching technique is not unattractive, and needn’t been concealed, or hidden.

    The drawing was completed over the expanse of three days. I drew in and did most of the rendering of the face in one evening (perhaps 4 – 5 hours). Only the darkest dark tones were not yet rendered on the first night. The next evening I tweaked and corrected out some details. This took approx. 1 hour. The third night, I tweaked and corrected the drawing yet again. (Another hour or so.) Bear in mind that some portraits will take much longer to complete. It depends on the size of the drawing, the complexity of the pose, and how much drawing practice the artist has. The more practice you put in, the faster you’ll get.

    The actual time it took (in total hours) to complete the drawing isn’t as important as the days it took to declare it completed. I always need to wait a few days to finally consider the likeness to be OK. Getting the portrait drawn and rendered isn’t the problem that can be done in a few hours. Capturing the fleeting likeness takes more time, and objectivity. Just because the drawing is more or less in proportion doesn’t mean the likeness is there yet.

    It is almost impossible for me to really finish a drawing in one sitting. I am too close to the subject. Certain errors and problems just don’t pop out at me until I’ve slept on it. The likeness may appear to be good when I am working on the drawing, but in the morning I’ll see all sorts of problems. Therefore, I find it is preferable to do a drawing over the expanse of several days, rather than to rush it and try to finish it all in one sitting.


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    (Original Ben Browder photo reference for this portrait: FARSCAPE and TM 2002 The Jim Henson Company, SCIFI.COM 2002-2004 SCI FI). Please do not save the portrait image on your hard drive it is for viewing only.


    Miami Painting Contractor Company # #painting #company, #painting, #miami #painting #company, #painting


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    Gonzalez Painting Waterproofing, Inc. is a Miami based painting company with 25 years of experience. We handle any type of project, from commercial to residential jobs, always using the best quality materials and paint coating. Our sincere desire is to exceed the expectations of our customers.
    Our team of professional painters takes great pride in their craft. We pay attention to detail providing the highest quality workmanship. We handle your painting project from end to end from setup to cleanup. Our commitment is to always provide 100% satisfaction to our customers. We aren t finished painting until you are completely satisfied .

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    Our team of professional painters will give your home a fresh new look. You will be pleased with the appearance. From the beginning to the end of your project, our crew will work with you to coordinate a mutually convenient work schedule. Hiring a professional and trustworthy residential painter isn t easy. That s why at Gonzalez Painting Waterproofing, Inc. we pride ourselves on making every step of your painting project smooth and pain-free. A dedicated project manager will be your single point of contact and will be there to answer questions about your project and help to schedule the work.

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    Adolescent Acute Residential Treatment (ART) Program #adolescent, #teen, #mclean #hospital, #art, #dual


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    Adolescent Acute Residential Treatment (ART) Program

    Access to Care Steps to Receiving Treatment

    The Adolescent Acute Residential Treatment (ART) Program provides intensive, short-term, and highly focused psychiatric care for teens and young adults through age 19 with emotional and behavioral difficulties. With a length of stay between 10 and 14 days, this insurance-based residential program focuses on stabilizing adolescents in acute crisis.

    At our two locations, McLean s main campus in Belmont, Massachusetts, and McLean SouthEast in Middleborough, Massachusetts, the coeducational program operates in unlocked settings, maximizing each individual s responsibility and capacity for self-control. The ART is a voluntary program so residents must be willing to participate in treatment.

    For more information or to make a referral. call 617.855.2800 (Belmont) or 774.419.1100 (McLean SouthEast)

    We specialize in treating teenagers who are struggling with psychiatric diagnoses such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. We also offer a specialty track for those whose illness is complicated by a co-occurring substance use disorder.

    Groups and structured activities involve skills training, team building, preparing meals, and recreational therapy. These pursuits enhance daily living skills, build self-mastery and esteem, and provide a sense of autonomy and membership in a community.

    Teens and young adults can be referred to the program from home or any level of care, including inpatient, partial hospital, and outpatient. We offer a full range of services, including assessment and consultation, group therapy, skills training, education, medication evaluation and management, and family therapy. As part of the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. the program offers access to care and services throughout McLean Hospital.

    At McLean SouthEast we also offer day program services, the McLean SouthEast Adolescent Partial Hospital Program, for teens who require intensive, structured treatment but are able to manage living at home.

    Our staff is composed of a multidisciplinary group of board-certified psychiatrists, licensed psychologists and clinical social workers, registered nurses, and expressive therapists. The ART staff specializes in making sophisticated assessments, diagnoses, and recommendations in complex situations.


    Bernhardt, sarah ophelia #auction, #art, #exhibition, #online, #catalogue, #bid, #buy, #collect, #contemporary,


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    Catalogue Note

    “Her clothes spread wide;
    And, mermaid-like, awhile they bore her up:
    Which time she chanted snatches of old tunes;
    As one incapable of her own distress,
    Or like a creature native and indued
    Unto that element: but long it could not be
    Till that her garments, heavy with their drink,
    Pull’d the poor wretch from her melodious lay
    To muddy death.”

    William Shakespeare
    Hamlet, Act IV, Scene VII

    Celebrated as one of the greatest actresses of all time, Sarah Bernhardt was also recognised for her talent in the medium of sculpture, a passion which complemented her success as a stage artist. The present marble relief of Ophelia is a rare surviving work signed by Bernhardt, and among her most important to appear at auction in recent memory. Deeply sensuous in form and conception, Ophelia testifies to the iconic actor’s considerable skill as a sculptor, while epitomising Bernhardt’s fascination with the morbid eroticism that surrounds Shakespeare’s heroine.

    Born in Paris to a courtesan and an unknown father, Sarah Bernhardt received her first training as an actor at the Comédie-Française from which she was expelled, prompting a brief period of activity as a courtesan. Resuming her acting career in 1866, Bernhardt began to develop a reputation on the stage at prestigious Parisian theatres. She soon found unprecedented fame across Europe and beyond, enjoying several worldwide tours during the 1880s and 1890s. Known in particular for her magisterial portrayals of tragic characters, Sarah Bernhardt’s legendary status continued into the early 20 th century, when she starred in silent films and remained active on the stage until her death in 1923.

    Sarah Bernhardt was as flamboyant a personality off the stage as she was in her dramatic roles. Famously, the actress acquired a coffin in the 1860s, in which she would pose and sleep regularly throughout her life. By thus fetishising her hypothetical corpse, Bernhardt displayed an erotically charged obsession with death that was both personal and symptomatic of her time – a time when morgues were places of public spectacle, and morbidly beautiful phenomena such as the death mask of ‘L’Inconnue de la Seine’ captivated the art scene.

    It was the same 19 th -century environment which gave rise to an artistic fascination with the character of Ophelia in William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The tragic fate of the heroine, who becomes Hamlet’s lover but falls victim to the Prince’s plotting of revenge and, in her eventual madness, drowns in a stream, was depicted by painters such as Eugène Delacroix and, notably, John Everett Millais.

    Bernhardt’s activity as a sculptor began in the 1870s with guidance from Roland Mathieu-Meusnier and Jules Franceschi. Taking a studio in 1873, she went on to model a number of highly accomplished works, such as the group Après la Tempête. which she exhibited at the Salon in 1876.

    Despite being the most famous actress of her day, Sarah Bernhardt had never performed the role of Ophelia at the time her marble was conceived – it was not until 1886 that she appeared as Ophelia in a production of Hamlet. followed by a controversial turn as the eponymous character of Shakespeare’s tragedy in 1899. Yet Bernhardt’s prominent obsession with death had led to a long-lived fascination with the tragic heroine, and her sculptural representation of Ophelia became one of her most significant works. Modelled in 1880, the relief accompanied Bernhardt on her first tour of North America before being shown at the Paris Salon in 1881. Reviews of Ophelia were positive, praising it as a work ‘of which any sculptor might be proud’ (see Mason, op. cit. p. 312) – a choice of words which highlights Bernhardt’s unique status as both a woman and a full-time actress active in the profession of sculpture.

    The relief is thought to exist in a handful of versions in marble, the present example being an important rediscovery. The only other version whose location is known is that in Copenhagen, which was gifted to the Royal Theatre by Bernhardt in June 1881 and remains on display in its foyer. Another version is recorded to have been a gift to the Austrian painter Hans Makart, while a third was exhibited at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Photographs reveal very slight variations between the marbles, and it is possible that the present version is that which was given to Makart. Bernhardt’s personal attachment to the work is revealed by her inclusion of a photograph of Ophelia – probably the plaster – in her 1907 memoirs.

    Bernhardt’s high relief represents Ophelia in bust-form, her head turned, her eyes closed, wearing a garland of flowers, and enveloped by water which merges with her tresses. The subtlety of Bernhardt’s modelling is showcased in the beautifully detailed flowers, as well as the delicate waves of the ‘glassy stream’, whose texture contrasts with the smooth and bulging form of Ophelia’s exposed right breast. Though seemingly depicted in the moment of her death, the woman’s sensuous open-mouthed expression, overt nudity, and languid pose exude an undeniable eroticism. Unaware of her suffering, the heroine appears to embrace her death as an ecstatic consummation. Bernhardt thus offers an original interpretation of the references to female sexuality and deflowering made by Shakespeare throughout the scene of Ophelia’s madness and Queen Gertrude’s speech describing her death, which makes use of sexualised imagery such as ‘long purples / That liberal shepherds give a grosser name’.

    In her later theatrical interpretations of the character, Bernhardt would add a heightened level of eroticism to Ophelia’s death by choosing to appear on stage herself as the dead Ophelia – instead of the conventional coffin – in the graveyard scene, in which her brother Laertes throws himself upon her body. Mirroring her sculptural portrait of the heroine, Bernhardt was described thus in a review by Joseph Knight (1886, as quoted in Young, op. cit. p. 23): ‘She is once more seen with her face rigid as marble, and her body, covered with flowers, …’

    RELATED LITERATURE
    M. E. Mason, Making Love/ Making Work: The Sculpture Practice of Sarah Bernhardt. doctoral thesis, The University of Leeds, May 2007, vol. II, pp. 310-348; A. R. Young, ‘Sarah Bernhardt’s Ophelia’, Borrowers and Lenders: The Journal of Shakespeare and Appropriation. 8, no. 1, 2013

    Condition Report

    the frame with a title plaque inscribed: OPHELIA / PAR / SARAH BERNHARDT
    signed: SARAH. BERNHARDT
    white marble, in a wood frame
    marble: 70 by 59cm. 27½ by 23¼in.
    frame: 98.5 by 76.5cm. 38¾ by 30 1/8 in.

    Estimate 50,000 70,000

    Overall, the condition is good, with minor dirt and wear to the surface consistent with age, in particular to the proper right shoulder and arm, to the side of the proper right breast, and to the water above the sternum and by the bottom right corner. There is minor veining to the marble, consistent with the material, including a few slightly visible yellowish veins to the proper left cheek, the neck, and the proper right breast. There are a few small chips and abrasions to the edges of the flowers, in particular to the two larger flowers lying on the proper left breast. It is possible there may be a few further minor abrasions in the flowers and hair, though these would be difficult to identify due to the extraordinary intricacy of the carving. There is some paint residue to the top of one of the flowers above the forehead, possibly concealing a minor chip. There are a few small abrasions to the edges of the relief. There are some yellowish dirt marks to the proper right side of the nose. The frame is stable, with wear consistent with age, including some stable splitting, consistent with the material, notably to the top section at the front. There are various small holes and specks of paint to the frame.
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    Colleges in Tampa, Florida (FL) – Universities, Trade #tampa, #florida, #colleges, #universitites,


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    Tampa Colleges and Schools

    Colleges in Tampa, Florida

    There are at least 25 Tampa colleges serving tens of thousands of students each year. Institutions range considerably in both size and focus, but include both public and private colleges, universities, and technical or vocational schools. The following are just three of the largest colleges in Tampa (by enrollment):

    • University of South Florida. The University of South Florida is a public college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a broad range of subjects. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), USF’s 2013-2014 school year enrollment neared 41,500 students. Total estimated annual cost of tuition and fees that year was $6,410 for in-state students and $17,324 for out-of-state students.
    • Hillsborough Community College. HCC is a public, two-year community college offering primarily Associate degrees and certificates. Programs are designed with a mind for transfer to four-year institutions or workforce entry, depending on the discipline.The NCES reports that HCC’s total 2013-2014 enrollment exceeded 26,500. Total cost of tuition and fees that year was $2,506 for in-state students and $9,111 for out-of-state students.
    • University of Tampa. The University of Tampa is a private, not-for-profit institution offering Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees and post-master’s certificates. The NCES reports a total 2013-2014 enrollment of just under 7,300 students, most of whom were undergraduates. As a private college, UT’s tuition and fees are the same for both in- and out-of-state students: $25,772 total in 2013-2014. On-campus room and board cost an estimated $9,388 that year.

    Prospective students can learn more about other public and private universities in the Tampa area below, or by visiting NCES online.

    Trade and Vocational Schools in Tampa

    Trade and vocational schools provide students with career-ready skills in areas like Allied Health; Automotive Repair; Legal Assistance; Criminal Justice; and more. There are several of these types of career colleges across Tampa, though many also offer online degrees for students living outside of the area. The following are two of the largest Tampa, Florida colleges providing technical or vocational training, as reported by the NCES.

    • Ultimate Medical Academy – Tampa. The Ultimate Medical Academy is a private, two-year institution offering certificates and Associate degrees in health-related fields, like Medical and Dental assisting; Nursing; and Healthcare Management. The NCES reports that UMA served 11,170 students in Tampa during the 2013-2014 school year. Estimated tuition and fees for that year, for both in- and out-of-state students, was $15,550.
    • Everest University in Brandon. Everest College is a large, national career school that served $4,318 students on its Brandon Campus in the 2013-2014 school year. It also has a second, smaller campus in Tampa with fewer than 500 enrollments. Everest offers certificates and diplomas, Associate degrees, Bachelor’s degrees and Master’s degrees in a wide range of subjects. Estimated tuition and fees for 2013-2014 were $15,156.

    Note that not all career schools report enrollment information, so there may be other large institutions not represented. We recommend contacting prospective schools directly to learn more.

    Careers in Tampa

    Tampa colleges are an investment that tends to pay-off in both earnings and overall employment. According to 2013 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Associate degree holders earned about $125 more per week on average than workers with high school diplomas alone. Bachelor’s degree holders earned about $450 more that year, and Master’s degree holders earned nearly $700 more, or about double the average weekly earnings for high school graduates. The disparity is even greater for workers with professional and doctoral degrees. The same trend also holds true for employment figures: unemployment rates tend to decline with more education.

    The following careers reported the highest mean earnings in Tampa in May of 2013, per the BLS.

    Most of the careers featured above require advanced doctoral or professional degrees, but some of the most popular careers in Tampa, such as nursing, information technology, and criminal justice, require just two- or four-year degrees.

    Students researching additional Tampa-area colleges can browse the links to nearby cities on the left. For more information about Tampa colleges, review the list below.

    Colleges: Tampa, Search for Schools and Colleges, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/globallocator/index.asp?search=1 State=FL city=Tampa zipcode= miles= itemname= College=1 CS=1E360FDA

    May 2013 Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates: Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL, Occupational Employment Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 1, 2014, http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_45300.htm

    Education Pays, Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2013, http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm

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    Conceptual art – Art Term #conceptual #art, #glossary


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    Conceptual art

    Although the term concept art had been used in the early 1960s (Henry Flynt of the Fluxus group described his performance pieces as concept art in 1961), it was not until the late sixties that conceptual art as a definable movement emerged. Joseph Kosuth s series Titled (Art as Idea as Idea) 1966 7; the proposal for an exhibition Air Show Air/Conditioning 1966 7 by English artists Terry Atkinson and Michael Baldwin (founder members of the group Art Language ); John Baldessari s word paintings exhibited in LA in 1968; and important group exhibitions such as that organised by art dealer Seth Siegelaub in New York in 1969, January 1-31: 0 Objects, 0 Painters, 0 Sculptors reflected this growing ideas-based approach to art-making. The term conceptual art was first used to reference this distinct movement in an article written by Sol LeWitt in 1967:

    In conceptual art the idea or concept is the most important aspect of the work. When an artist uses a conceptual form of art, it means that all of the planning and decisions are made beforehand and the execution is a perfunctory affair.
    LeWitt, Paragraphs on Conceptual Art , Artforum Vol.5, no. 10, Summer 1967, pp. 79-83

    In 1973 a pioneering record of the early years of the movement appeared in the form of a book, Six Years. by the American critic Lucy Lippard. The six years were 1966 72. The long subtitle of the book referred to so-called conceptual or information or idea art .

    conceptual artworks

    Conceptual art can be and can look like almost anything. This is because, unlike a painter or sculptor who will think about how best they can express their idea using paint or sculptural materials and techniques, a conceptual artist uses whatever materials and whatever form is most appropriate to putting their idea across this could be anything from a performance to a written description. Although there is no one style or form used by conceptual artists, from the late 1960s certain trends emerged.

    Read the captions in the artworks below to find out about some of the main ways conceptual artists explored and expressed their ideas.

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    Performance: Ewa Partum used performance as a means of creating her poetry. Her poetic works were made by taking individual letters of the alphabet cut from paper, and scattering them in city and countryside locations. By deconstructing language, the artist aimed to explore its structures.

    Instructions: Rather than actually making wall-drawings himself, Sol LeWitt produced instructions, consisting of text and diagrams, outlining how his wall drawings could be made.

    Joseph Beuys
    I like America and America likes me

    Action: Beuys referred to his performance works as actions. His most famous action, I Like America and America Likes Me took place in May 1974. Beuys wrapped himself in felt and spent three days in a room with a coyote. The work was an expression of his anti-Vietnam War stance, and also reflected his beliefs about the damage done to the American continent and its native cultures by European settlers.

    Photo credit Caroline Tisdall © DACS 200

    Land art: To make this work Richard Long walked backwards and forwards in a field until the flattened turf caught the sunlight and became visible as a line. He photographed the work, as a means of recording this physical intervention within the landscape.

    Body art: Originally conceived as a performance, McLean s poses are an ironic and humorous commentary on what he considered to be the pompous monumentality of traditional large plinth-based sculptures. The artist later had himself photographed, repeating the poses.

    Jannis Kounellis
    Untitled 1969
    Tate / National Galleries of Scotland
    © Jannis Kounellis

    Found objects: Some conceptual artists use found objects to express their ideas. For example artists in the Italian arte povera group used all kinds of found objects and low-value materials such as twigs, cloth and fat, with the aim of challenging and disrupting the values of the commercialised contemporary gallery system. (Arte povera means ‘poor art’).

    Documentation: In Post-Partum Document 1975, Mary Kelly documented the relationship between herself and her son over a period of six years. Drawing on contemporary feminist thought, and in particular on psychoanalysis, it explores the contradictions for a woman artist between her creative and procreative roles.

    Film and video: Film and video is often used by conceptual artists to record their actions or performances. Gilbert George s art is a form of self-portraiture, since they almost always feature in their own work. They see no separation between their activities as artists and their everyday existence, and since 1969 have presented themselves as living sculptures.

    When, why and where did conceptual art happen?

    As a definable movement conceptual art is associated with the 1960s and 1970s, but its origins reach beyond these two decades. Marcel Duchamp is often seen as an important forefather of conceptual art, and his readymade Fountain of 1917 cited as the first conceptual artwork.

    The movement that emerged in the mid 1960s and continued until the mid 1970s was international, happening more or less simultaneously across Europe, North America and South America.

    Artists associated with the movement attempted to bypass the increasingly commercialised art world by stressing thought processes and methods of production as the value of the work. The art forms they used were often intentionally those that do not produce a finished object such as a sculpture or painting. This meant that their work couild not be easily bought and sold and did not need to be viewed in a formal gallery situation.

    It was not just the structures of the art world that many conceptual artists questioned, there was often a strong socio-political dimension to much of the work they produced, reflecting wider dissatisfaction with society and government policies. (See for example Joseph Beuys s social sculpture ).

    Although as a definable art movement conceptual art is associated with the 1960s, many artists continue to make conceptual art in the twenty-first century (such as Martin Creed and Simon Starling ).

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    Cooking Schools and Culinary Institutes By State – Easy A to Z


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    State-By-State List of Cooking Schools

    Few sources provide a thorough run-down of culinary and cooking schools in a state-by-state index. we seek to change this! Welcome to the best culinary school guide on the web.

    From major universities to vocational schools, each state puts forth unique learning opportunities for earning a hospitality education. The scope of education in the culinary field is wide and diverse, so due diligence should be given to the process of selecting a culinary school.

    Before enrolling, a prospective student should take inventory of his or her ambitions and focus on ferreting out the learning institution that provides the greatest likelihood for success. The state-by-state index (below) is a great starting point and continuing reference for anyone with a passion for the culinary arts.

    • Some programs are designed for immersion studies that impart large volumes of information over short periods of time. Other schools construct their certificate and degree programs with working professionals in mind.
    • Flexible scheduling that allows full time staffers to pursue continuing culinary education is an important school feature for working students.

    This resource is designed as a convenient compendium of state chef training programs. In addition to identifying schools for further investigation, our state guides allow users to gain valuable insight into local culinary cultures.

    Use this guide to conveniently search for culinary arts institutes by state. ordered A to Z, just click and go – it is very simple to use. Here’s what you’ll find inside:

    • Overview of each state’s culinary industry
    • Tips for choosing a culinary or hospitality program and school
    • What the regional food scenes offer you in each state, including food festivals and cook-offs
    • Tips for preparing for a competitive job hunt
    • Salary expectations

    Comprehensive list of all applicable state schools includes:

    • Specialized culinary arts, pastry arts and restaurant management schools
    • State colleges, universities and technical schools that offer culinary arts, pastry arts, food technology, food and nutrition studies, hospitality management, food service management, and food and beverage management.

    Earning your chef’s whites is an ambitious goal that is usually propelled by a passion for the culinary arts. Careers in hospitality encompass disciplines that range from food preparation to budget analysis. It is important to select a school that is dedicated to imparting the precise information that will lay the groundwork for your particular success. For example, if your goal is to become a chef on a cruise ship your areas of study might not mirror those of a restaurant entrepreneur.

    Consult this Culinary Schools By State Index to refine your search, and discover new opportunities in culinary education:


    ClipArt ETC: Free Educational Illustrations for Classroom Use #art #community #college


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    Welcome to Cl ip A rt ETC

    ClipArt ETC provides students and teachers with over 71,500 pieces of quality educational clipart. Every illustration comes with a choice of image size as well as complete source information for proper citations in school projects. All images are appropriate for classroom use. You’ll find no advertisements, pop-ups, or inappropriate links here. A friendly license allows teachers and students to use up to 50 free clipart items in a single, non-commercial, school project without further permission. This free classroom resource is supported entirely by the fees received from the commercial users of the site.

    71,527 pieces of free clipart and growing every week.

    Featured Collections

    The Flowers and Shrubs ClipArt collection offers 4,934 examples of flower clipart

    The Fractions ClipArt collection offers 477 illustrations that can be used

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    The American History and Government ClipArt collection offers 2,515 illustrations arranged in 26 galleries. The images range from exploration and Colonial America, to the American Revolution and Civil

    The Ancient and Medieval History ClipArt collection offers 1,458 illustrations in 18 galleries from ancient Egypt, the Middle East, Greece, Rome, and Byzantine cultures. See also the Israel ClipArt gallery

    The Animals ClipArt collection offers 10,528 illustrations arranged in 96 galleries, including amphibians, birds, crustaceans, fish, insects, mammals, and reptiles. All illustrations in the ClipArt

    The Arts and Architecture ClipArt collection offers 6,313 illustrations in 149 galleries, including architecture, crafts design elements, drawing, heraldry, historic styles, painting, printmaking, and

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    The People ClipArt collection offers 8,119 illustrations of adults, children, and famous people as well as individual faces and hands, all arranged into 109 galleries. You may also be interested in People

    The Places ClipArt collection offers 6,258 illustrations of countries and regions from around the world arranged into 234 galleries. Selecting a region from below will lead you to another page, where

    The Plants ClipArt collection offers 9,307 illustrations of various members of the kingdom Plantae and Fungi arranged in 46 galleries. This includes, but is not limited to, trees, flowers and shrubs,

    The School ClipArt collection offers 406 illustrations of all aspects of school, including buildings, supplies, playground, and students and their studies, all arranged into 8 galleries. See also the

    The Science ClipArt collection offers 7,449 illustrations related to astronomy, biology, chemistry, earth science, and physics. The illustrations are arranged in 129 galleries. For color Science photographs,

    The Sports and Recreation ClipArt collection offers 824 illustrations arranged into 17 galleries, including aquatics, gymnastics, outdoor recreation, exercise, individual sports, dual sports, and team

    The Transportation ClipArt collection offers 3,001 illustrations of many means of transportation, including air, horse-drawn, motor vehicles, railroad, and ships, all sorted into 36 galleries. The illustrations

    Other FCIT Sites

    The classroom-appropriate pictures on ClipPix ETC are great images for school websites, class projects, student reports, homework assignments, presentations, posters, art projects, picture books, bulletin boards, and creating teaching aids.

    Thousands of presentation elements and millions of combinations allow you to customize your school projects, electronic scrapbook, or eportfolio. A friendly license allows teachers and students to use up to 50 items in a single, non-commercial project without further permission.

    Over 5,000 maps representing many different time periods. All maps are available as GIF or JPEG files for screen display as well as in PDF for printing. Use the GIF or JPEG maps for classroom presentations and student websites. Use the PDF maps for displays, bulletin boards, and printed school reports.


    Top 100 Schools for Animation, Gaming, and Design #top #100 #schools #in


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    Top 100 Schools for Animation, Gaming, and Design

    Did You Know. Full Sail University offers online degree programs in computer animation, game art, and game design? Learn more about Full Sail University’s online programs.

    The animation education industy has never been so competitive, with schools competing for students and students competing for a small number of available industry jobs. The job rate and student employability has dropped to the lowest in years, so a top-notch animation education has never been so critical.

    All this has made choosing the right animation school extremely difficult. To help students navigate through the world of animation schools, we’ve put together the Top 100 most highly-regarded and sought after animation schools on the planet. This list of the Top 100 Schools in Animation, Gaming and Design was compiled via a mixture of school reviews, industry-reviewed lists like the Princeton Review, and via a survey of the animation industry professionals and recruiters from companies like Pixar, J.J. Sedelmaier and DreamWorks who were featured in our Interview Series. And without further ado, here are your Top 100 Schools in Animation, Gaming and Design:

    Let’s start this list off with a bang by beginning with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts. This design school made our list because it is a tight-knit school that offers a fully customizable course load—but unlike some of their competitors they do it without school-defined majors. They definitely win the prize for being the most flexible program (or lackthereof) on this list. Only problem is: if you don’t like the education you get then you have only yourself to blame (and I suppose the mentor who helps you craft your personalized program). No worries though, their wide-selection of Film, Animation, Illustration and Graphic Design courses certainly won’t let you down.

    The University of Visual Arts in Tucson has a small faculty (with an excellent teacher-to-student ratio) and a small-art school vibe. But don’t let the size fool you, this highly-advanced visual arts school packs a wallop with their Graphic Design. Animation and Illustration programs. They also offer BFA degrees in Studio Art and Photography, an MFA degree in Studio Arts with three areas of emphasis, one of which is Motion Arts. Their animation and design courses are highly practical as they focus heavily on industry-dominating Flash software and character development.

    When your entire focus is animation, you get pretty good at it; when all you teach is animation, you get pretty good at that too. The Animation Workshop’s sole focus on animation has paid off as they have become the top Scandinavian animation school, and one of the best in Europe. The school has five departments, each focusing on a different element of animation; each department enrolls a limited number of students annually—so that they maintain their great teacher-to-student ratio. Despite their northerly location the school and faculty have fostered tight relationships with the European animation community and have landed positions for their graduates at DreamWorks in the U.S, Brown Bag Films in Ireland, Aardman in the U.K. Cartoon-Film in Germany, Folimage in France, BRB in Spain and more.

    The Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) takes a unique approach to preparing their students to work in the animation industry, they require at least one (most students complete two) short film(s) before graduation. These short films are made in conjunction with the production, editing, sound and photography departments so the animation grads leave school with a professional-looking film; films that regularly score the school’s graduates entry level jobs at prominent studios across Europe. FAMU has two animation programs, a three-year bachelor’s program and a five-year master’s. Their master’s program in animation is extremely tough to get into though as they accept just five students annually.

    9Zeros in Spain hosts three four-year animation programs: Cartooning, 3D Animation and Stop Motion. The stop-motion program steals the show at this school though as the 400-hour program is good—and the only one on the continent. This boutique program accepts just 120 students a year. Included in the program is an internship with European-based studios that the school maintains close ties with and an end-of-the-program final project to add to their portfolio. The Spanish animation scene absorbs most of 9Zeros’ graduates.

    La Poudrière is an animation school created over a decade ago by France’s most-prominent animation studio, Folimage. The directors at Folimage designed La Poudrière’s program in an interesting way. there is no faculty. Instead the students are taught by the 60 to 80 guest lecturers that rotate through the campus annually. The school’s two-year animation program focuses heavily on animated film directing, has a max of 10 students per class and is taught primarily via supervised projects to ensure that students get the most hands-on experience possible and leave school with a hefty portfolio. Another interesting, and highly realistic, part of the program is that students are forced to create their work within given budgets and time schedules.

    The Art Center College of Design (often referred to simply as the ‘Art Center’) has been regularly listed as a top art/design school by BusinessWeek, U.S. News, DesignIntelligence, and U.S. News World Report. Their degree programs in Entertainment Design. Film. Fine Art. Graphic Design. Illustration and Interaction Design all offer tempting elements to aspiring animators, designers and game designers. Their courses are heavily influenced by pop culture, hand and life drawing and a mixture of emerging media.

    If living in Long Beach, California wasn’t enough to sell prospective design students on going to California State University Long Beach, then the program the school created would do it. Their BA and BFA degree programs in Graphic Design, Illustration and Studio Art offer interesting tracks in illustration and/or animation; meaning they train artists first, then turn them into animators. This strategy is working well because California’s top animation studios recruit from CSU Long Beach. They also offer interesting media courses in their Journalism and Mass Communications department.

    This little beauty was a favorite amongst the employers surveyed in our Interview Series. and was mentioned by many as a school they regularly recruit from. Can’t blame ’em really, because their BA degrees in Animation, Video/Digital art, Graphic Design and Illustration when combined with electives from their Studio Art, Video/Digital Art, Visual Communication and Graphic Design concentrations create superhero-like graduates (think: unstoppable).

    The National Institute of Design is India’s foremost institution teaching design and animation, and considering how good the animation talent is coming out of India these days, that says a lot. The school’s mingling courses in Graphic Design, Animation Film Design, Film Video Communication and Exhibition (Spatial) Design are turning out incredibly artsy animators that are providing steady competition for American animation studios. While nobody in animation and gaming likes to talk about outsourcing, NID is the school training the animation masters behind the trend, training artists as well as software experts. They’re good, real good.

    You will notice a massive amount of Vancouver animation schools making the list, but this should come as no surprise given their massively successful animation scene and ability to usurp a large amount of animation graduates. The Emily Carr University of Art and Design is another Vancouver-based art and design school to proudly make our list. But we couldn’t pick just one program from Emily Carr to add to this list because the strength of the school is mutually reinforcing the artistic education of its students via multidisciplinary groups, electives and through major/minor combos. The mix of courses between the school’s well-known Animation major , Interactive + Social Media Arts major , Communication Design major. Industrial Design major. Interaction Design major. Film, Video + Integrated Media major. Illustration major and Visual Arts major have created a symbiotic place to learn an amazingly-broad spectrum of visual and computer-aided arts. Students enjoy their university experience at Emily Carr due to the incredibly talented student body, students with whom they get to network and work on a daily basis. This talented student body provides regular doses of inspiration and artistic creativity.


    Online Master of Arts in Art Education – University of Florida #art


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    Check out one of our most recent Facebook Live events with Dr. Roland and Lauren Krebs discussing frequently asked questions about the online Master of Arts in Art Education program.

    Program Description

    The Master of Arts in Art Education is intended for students interested in pursuing advanced study in art education and who hold an undergraduate degree in art education, art studio, art history, design, or related fields. The two-year, 36-credit program emphasizes the development of a comprehensive, critical understanding of the field of art education, while also allowing students the freedom to pursue an area of specialization including art advocacy, art criticism, art history, studio art, assessment and evaluation, child growth and development, community arts, curriculum theory, museum education, philosophy of art education, technology, or art education research.

    The mission of the UF graduate program in art education is to develop art educators who thrive within varied 21st century learning environments and to provide a thorough understanding of the ways in which art education has and continues to evolve in response to changing cultural, economic, social, political, and technological conditions.

    The program aims to develop leaders within the field of art education who demonstrate reflective, critical thought and scholarship as well as a commitment to their ongoing professional development. In addition, our graduate program aims to produce art educators who are aware of the benefits and challenges of promoting democratic values in our culturally diverse society. These educators will demonstrate the ability to cultivate critical thinking skills in others and to assert art’s role in fostering multi-cultural and intercultural understandings.

    Our Curriculum

    Our curriculum is comprised of 36-credit hours concentrating on the following areas:

    • Art education foundations, curriculum theory, and contemporary issues
    • Methods of Research and Bibliography
    • Advanced studio work
    • Art history or criticism
    • Art or education coursework

    Steps to Apply

    1. Pre-Application Form
    2. Graduate School Application
    3. SlideRoom Portfolio Submission

    Quick Facts:

    A 36-hour online comprehensive program that can be completed in as little as two years.

    • 100% Online
    • Summer Studio in Gainesville, Fl (optional)
    • 36 Credit Hours
    • $600.00 Per Credit Hour

    Application Deadlines:

    • Fall 2017: July 15, 2017
    • Spring 2018: Coming Soon

    Contact Us

    • Phone (352) 392-1711
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    Becoming an Art Teacher #becoming #a #teacher #without #a #teaching #degree, #becoming


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    Becoming an Art Teacher: Education and Career Roadmap

    Should I Become an Art Teacher?

    Art teachers are qualified educators and, in some instances, artists who instruct students in theoretical and practical knowledge of art theory, art history, aesthetics, visual art, ceramics, design and other art-related subjects. Art teachers may work with students from kindergarten through secondary school, based on their certification. Teaching art may be challenging, since some students might not consider it to be a serious subject and may not put forth their best efforts. On the other hand, turning students around and helping them find their ‘inner artists’ could be very rewarding for these teachers. Most teachers don’t have to work during the summer months, though some teach summer school.

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    Career Requirements

    Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, University of Iowa.

    Step 1: Earn a Bachelor’s Degree

    As stated by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), art teachers intending to instruct at the high school level usually undertake degree programs in the arts and augment them with classes in education, while art teachers who expect to teach elementary education generally complete bachelor’s degree programs associated with teaching. Education programs highlight areas such as child and adolescent development, teaching diverse learners and lesson planning. Art courses can include drawing, painting, sculpting, metalsmithing, printmaking, ceramics or photography, contingent upon the particular major a student chooses. Teacher education programs may be fulfilled simultaneously with the bachelor’s degree program or independently after attaining a bachelor’s degree. While attending college, a potential art teacher must satisfy an internship or supervised field experience at a local school.

    Step 2: Get a Teaching Certificate

    All states expect public school art teachers to possess state licensure, according to the BLS. Even though exact specifications differ by state, all states demand that individuals seeking a standard teaching license have a combination of education and experience acquired as an element of an approved teacher training program. In addition, the majority of states require that future educators complete competency exams that prove basic and subject matter knowledge. Apart from a bachelor’s degree and student teaching field experience, the policies for certification vary by state.

    Step 3: Complete a Master’s Degree

    Some public schools require teaching candidates to have a master’s degree. A number of master’s programs are intended for individuals who have attained a bachelor’s degree in art but are not certified or for educators certified in different fields who would like an art certification. Occasionally, art teachers with bachelor’s degrees enter a master’s degree program to further their careers even if their state does not expect education beyond a bachelor’s degree.

    Step 4: Obtain National Certification

    Although not a necessity, art teachers may pursue art teaching certificates through the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) in Early and Middle Childhood or Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood. To apply for certification, an art teacher must have a bachelor’s degree, valid teaching license and a minimum of three years of work experience. Certification may take up to three years and entails demonstrating knowledge by means of a four-part portfolio and completion of six computer-based assessments. Depending on the state and district, the advantages of earning a certificate may include increased pay, reimbursement for qualifying educational expenses and the capability to teach in another state without having to acquire a new license.

    Step 5: Advance Your Career

    Art teachers can pursue further training and national certification to increase their salary. They can also teach classes with museums and organizations, or teach private lessons. Those with a master’s degree can continue their studies to earn a PhD and seek employment as a college art professor. Many postsecondary teachers pursue tenure through their college or university. Tenured college professors or those on a tenure track are paid more than part-time faculty and are periodically reviewed for promotion and salary increases.

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  • Emerald Schools #mbah #insurance, #emerald #schools #top #best #nursery #primary #high #secondary


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    About us

    Welcome to Emerald Schools

    raising role models

    Emerald High School was established in 2005 as a progression from the highly academically successful Emerald Nursery and Primary School in Lagos, which was established in 1995. The establishment of Emerald High School was in response to the yearnings of parents in the primary school and the need to bridge the gap in providing high quality Secondary School Education in the country. We are aware of the problems of today’s child, which include a hostile society that has not much to offer by way of values/morals and cramped learning environment, which do not help the child to attain his/her full potentials. With a view to making the difference, we at Emerald took cognizance of the gaps in the education sector in deciding what facilities and personnel to emplace, right from the inception of the school.

    The permanent site, which became operational from September 2007 gives us even a better opportunity to explore all possibilities in child development. It is located in a 34 acres farmland in the serene valley of the sleepy Ogunrun-Ori Village in Ogun State, a mere 25 minutes leisurely drive from the former Toll Gate at the Lagos end of the Lagos-Ibadan Express Road. It is easily accessible from every part of the country by road or by air through Ibadan or Lagos axis. It is indeed an ideal learning environment because of its calm and beautiful scenery and insulation from city noise.

    The Board of Governors, which is made up of men and women who have distinguished themselves in their chosen professions, which include Accounting, Banking, Human Resources Management, Education and Public Service, is very confident of the quality of education it has fashioned out. No wonder then that many of the members have/had their children in the school.

    The school believes in building a solid foundation for the child, and as such goes to great length in emplacing holistic education programmes that incorporates best practices.We are always conscious of our vision of becoming a widely acclaimed school both locally and internationally and as such, we strive to turn out students with passion for excellence and who have been adequately prepared for tertiary education and life. We have put in place modern structures, quality manpower, condusive environment and adequate support services that a good school needs to run smoothly. Furthermore we have emplaced good security measures, students’ performance enhancing programmes, co-curricular activities, foreign Students exchange programmes coupled with regular visits to places of educational and social interest. We operate a robust information technology platform where students and teachers interact through their laptops and wide range network to complement classroom delivery.

    We handle with care the health and comfort of our students. The hostels are run by competent personnel and that are constantly being trained to cope with day to day challenges of a modern day hostel. The clinic is stocked with good quality drugs under the supervision of qualified matrons and other experienced medical staff. We have a working agreement with a nearby high standard hospital where health cases are referred and treated when the need arises.

    Our curriculum is a blend of British and Nigerian curriculum and the students write the following examinations: IGCSE, Checkpoint, NECO (Junior School) BECE and WASSCE. We also tutor students for TOEFL and SAT.

    The results have been impressive over the years and to sustain this, our teachers are regularly trained both locally and abroad. All students have an insurance cover provided by a prominent insurance service provider. The insurance policy covers the students to the extent that in the unlikely event of the loss of the breadwinner (who is named in the policy) while in the school, they are able to continue their education.

    The parents play a very important role in determining some of the policies of the school on the platform of the Parents Management Forum(PMF). The PMF of the school is headed by officers of high reputation and commitment who have been elected from the Parents. The parents on this platform partner with the school on various fronts in the education of the children.

    Your choice of Emerald High School is a good decision and it is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Emerald High School, where together, we shall raise role models.

    Edna O Obaze Mrs (Executive Director)

    Mission and Vision


    Bancroft School #pre-k-12 #independent #school, #private #school, #day #school, #coed, #academics, #music,


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    • June 2017
      • Tue Jun 06 LS Closing Ceremony 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
      • Tue Jun 06 MS Closing Ceremony 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
      • Fri Jun 09 Commencement 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      • Tue Jun 13 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
      • Tue Jun 20 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
    • July 2017
      • Tue Jul 11 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
      • Tue Jul 18 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

    Bancroft History Students Memorialize Soldiers Who Gave Their Lives

    Faculty Honors Friend and Colleague Who ‘Seizes the Day’

    Bancroft Robodogs Earn 3 of the 15 Spots Available in the Region

    Lisa Baker Will Assume the Leadership Role on July 1, 2017

    Senior Basketball Guard Surpasses Milestone That Few Ever Achieve

    14 Honorable Mentions Round Out the Talent Pool

    Lower School

    PreK to Grade 5

    At Bancroft School, we are not only knowledgeable about education, we are smart about kids. We know that every child is unique, so we base our teaching on flexibility and creativity. In the Lower School, small group and one-to-one learning grants teachers the opportunity to connect with students personally and adapt lessons to their individual learning styles, levels of mastery, and even their interests.

    Middle School

    Grades 6 to 8

    Bancroft Middle School provides students with an education that s unsurpassed in excellence. From our individualized teaching approach to our interdisciplinary, globally focused curriculum to our broad range of extracurricular options, Bancroft students enjoy the full range of experiences they need to grow as self-aware, confident learners ready to thrive when they reach the Upper School.

    Upper School

    Grades 9 to 12

    Bancroft s Upper School fosters much more than academic achievement it prepares students for the full range of intellectual, ethical, personal, and professional challenges they will face in college and beyond. Our rigorous liberal arts curriculum combined with countless opportunities for scholarly, athletic, artistic, social, workplace, and global engagement gives students the broad education they need to succeed in the world s top colleges and build meaningful careers and fulfilling lives.

    Hope Graham Program

    LBLD/Dyslexia

    Building upon Bancroft’s commitment to nurture, respect, and educate diverse learners, the Hope Graham Program (HGP) at Bancroft School is designed for students with diagnosed language-based learning differences (LBLD), such as dyslexia, in Grades 2 through 8.


    Jackson Fine Art, Atlanta Fine Art Photography Gallery #atlanta #art #gallery, #fine


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    Jackson Fine Art specializes in 20th century & contemporary photography. An internationally known photography gallery established by Jane Jackson. We have a strong focus on contemporary Photography while maintaining a blend of 20th Century and Vintage works.

    Our artists include Roger Ballen, Vee Speers, Mona Kuhn, David Hilliard, Andrew Moore, Elliott Erwitt, Sally Mann, Mitch Epstein, Danny Lyon, Ansel Adams, Elton John amd many more. The Jackson Fine Art Private Collection features secondary market color, Black and White, vintage, modern and contemporary Photography. We sell publications, including fine art photography and photography books and monographs, at Jackson Fine Art Gallery in Atlanta.

    Jackson Fine Art Gallery is located in Atlanta, Georgia in the Buckhead Area. Jackson Fine Art is an established and internationally known gallery located in Atlanta, Georgia. Founded in 1990, the gallery has three exhibition rooms, a print viewing area, a resource library with over 1000 books, offices, and a framing room. Exhibitions are rotated every six weeks. Jackson Fine Art believes that education is an important role of the gallery and frequently presents collecting seminars and artist talks to the community. The client list of Jackson Fine Art, Inc. includes public institutions such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and The Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. Jackson Fine Art, Inc. has worked with many corporate collections including: Arnall, Golden Gregory; Delta Airlines; Jones, Day Reavis Pogue; Oppenheimer & Company; and Banana Republic. In addition to numerous corporate collections, Jackson Fine Art has assisted in developing the private photography collections of individuals such as Sir Elton John. The gallery has participated in various international art fairs including The Photography Show (AIPAD) and Works on Paper in New York; Art Chicago – The New Pier Show; Photo Los Angeles; The Gramercy Art Fair in Miami; and the Armory Photography Show in New York.

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    Art Therapist Education Requirements and Career Information #master #degree #in #art #education,


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    Art Therapist Education Requirements and Career Information

    Art Therapist Job Responsibilities

    Art therapists lead their clients through a variety of art activities in order to improve clients’ self-esteem, physical health and mental well-being. They believe that creating art can help people cope with problems that contribute to emotional, mental and physical issues. According to the Health Professions Network, art therapists employ a combination of studio art, psychotherapy and counseling to guide their clients toward a healthier outlook on life (www.healthpronet.org ). Clients sculpt, sketch, paint and create other unique works of art during their sessions with a licensed art therapist.

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    Education Requirements

    People who wish to enter the art therapy field must first hold a bachelor’s degree. They then apply to a master’s degree program in art therapy. According to the American Art Therapy Association, prospective art therapy graduate students must submit a portfolio of their artwork in order to be admitted to an art therapy degree program (www.americanarttherapyassociation.org ). They must also possess 18 semester hours of art studio courses and 12 semester hours of psychology courses. Art therapy degree programs typically last about two years.

    Students enrolled in a graduate program for art therapists take classes related to psychotherapy, psychology, human development, ethics, patient assessment and other subjects related to the art therapy field. Graduates of a program typically earn a master’s degree in art therapy. They may also earn a master’s degree in counseling with a concentration in art therapy. Some art therapists return to school to earn a Ph.D. in art therapy.

    Certification Requirements

    Art therapists are required to be certified by the Art Therapy Credentials Board (ATCB). After earning a master’s degree and fulfilling post-graduate art therapy experience requirements, new therapists are eligible to earn a credential to become a registered art therapist (ATR). Registered art therapists must successfully pass a written exam administered by the ATCB to become board certified (ATR – BC), which is a more advanced credential (www.atcb.org ).

    Work Environment

    Art therapists work in schools, nursing homes, prisons, hospitals, recreation facilities, mental health hospitals and nonprofit agencies. They often work with other medical professionals to create a treatment plan for patients who may benefit from art therapy in addition to more traditional remedies.

    An art therapist must have a master’s in art therapy and certification in order to practice in this field. An art therapy program combines psychology with art studio classes to prepare the prospective art therapist for their career. Creative, counseling and communication skills are important for this job.

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    Welcome to Our Site


    We are strictly residential electricians. This means we know how to take care of your home in every way. We specialize in accent lighting, ceiling fans. kitchen remodels. bathroom lighting. can lighting, energy efficient lighting. attic fans. house wiring. and much more.

    Our company cleans up like no other contractor you ve seen. We vacuum up any mess with our own vacuum! All our employees are cordial and trustworthy. We are a family company and we consider our customers to be our extended family. Your satisfaction with our service is our utmost priority. Our customers generally come to us through word of mouth and our phone rings constantly. Thank you for recommending us through the years and trusting us with your home.

    We Provide Services to the Following Cities and Towns in CA:

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    Excellant work and very courteous. Thank you!

    The team was very efficient and did a clean, professional job of installing our two ceiling fans. The did a great job of explaining the controls after installation. Great job!

    Outstanding and professional service. will always recommend Armes Electric for any electrical work.

    Jason and Juan did an absolutely flawless job installing can lights. They left no holes in the walls or marks on the ceiling – just two lights exactly where we asked that they be installed. Your workers always do an outstanding job.

    Armes Electric provides you with these services, and More..

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    We look forward to serving all of your electrical needs.

    We are strictly residential electricians. This means we know how to take care of your home in every way. We specialize in accent lighting, ceiling fans, kitchen remodels, can lighting, attic fans, and much more. Our company cleans up like no other contractor you ve seen. We vacuum up any mess with our own vacuum! All our employees are cordial and trustworthy. We are a family company and we consider our customers to be our extended family. Your satisfaction with our service is our utmost priority. Our customers generally come to us through word of mouth and our phone rings constantly.


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    The 39th Annual Spring Atlanta Home Show – March 24-26, 2017 – Cobb Galleria Centre

    The largest Home Show in Georgia! Hundreds of participating companies! For THREE days only March 24-26, the Cobb Galleria transforms into a one-stop-shop for all your home improvement needs! For 39 years the Spring Atlanta Home Show has been improving home lifestyles and adding value to your largest single investment, your home. We’re proud of our ability to produce a family friendly environment and welcome you to our home.

    Experience exciting and interactive sessions that can inspire you in your yard, with your decor and save you a great deal of time and money on your next remodeling job. » Click here to read more.

    This year’s grand prize is a 7 LED fixture outdoor lighting package provided by Outdoor Lighting Perspectives of Atlanta. No purchase necessary – read more for all the details. » Click here to read more.

    Georgia Landscape presents the Red Hare Backyard Beer Garden! Come learn about landscape design, services and products ranging from grass to fire, flowers to water, patios to recreation areas. You can chat with area experts about local landscape and options for every type of backyard. This is an interactive, educational area designed to give you the information you need to turn your backyard into an outdoor living area to enjoy for years! If all that were not enough, for a $5 donation to Hope Atlanta – the programs of Travelers Aid you can taste your way through this feature. Marietta’s own Red Hare Brewing Company will have SIX of their handcrafted brews available for your approval! Cabot Creamery will also have a sampling of cheeses. So bring your friends, enjoy some great beer and help a worthy cause! » Click here to read more.

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    Accommodation in Prague: Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague #womens #clothes

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    ABOUT THE HOTEL

    City center location – Two restaurants – Meeting rooms – Underground parking

    The majestic art nouveau building has been offering refined accommodation and outstanding
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    of the New and Old Town, the stylish Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague has been
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    Rooms & Suites Luxuriously appointed Art Nouveau Suites come with a spacious lounge area and separate bedroom.

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    Accommodation in Prague: Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague #miami #motels

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    ABOUT THE HOTEL

    City center location – Two restaurants – Meeting rooms – Underground parking

    The majestic art nouveau building has been offering refined accommodation and outstanding
    services to discerning travellers since 1909. Located in the city centre on the border
    of the New and Old Town, the stylish Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague has been
    designed with the needs of leisure and business guests in mind.

    Rooms & Suites Luxuriously appointed Art Nouveau Suites come with a spacious lounge area and separate bedroom.

    Café Palace Fin de siècle elegance

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    Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery – St Luke s Hospice Silver

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    St Luke’s Hospice Silver Anniversary

    Community and Outreach staff from the Museum worked with St Luke’s Hospice during the first half of 2007 on a special project to help them mark their 25th anniversary. The project culminated in a display in the Museum’s Discovery Centre plus a newly commissioned piece of art and information panels for the Hospice.

    Staff worked with day care patients, talking to them about their experiences and asking them how they’d like to celebrate its silver anniversary. From their feedback, a decision was made to produce a new painting that could be donated to the Hospice.

    Plymouth-based artist, Xiao Bi Li was commissioned. The day care patients had asked for a calming view of the water so as part of his research he took a number of photographs from Turnchapel. These were used to create a panoramic view, which was then used as the basis for his painting.

    The painting was displayed alongside information panels exploring the history of the Hospice, nurse’s uniforms and letters and cards from the Royal Family in the Museum’s Discovery Centre. It now hangs in St Luke’s at Pern.

    The Museum’s outreach staff hope to return to St Luke’s in the future to run more reminiscence sessions.