Miss LAURA OvERLY hns opened a school of
ceramic art at her new studio, 297 Fifth Avenue,
New York, where she has eniarged faciiities for
decoration and firing.
Miss CAROLiNE HoFMAN has opened ciasses in
the direct method of designing and painting on
porcelain at 120 West 16th Street, New York.
She has exceiient resuits in teaching her pupiis to
design directly on the articie to be decorated.
TiiE MissES MASON have arranged their classes
in the decoration of porceiain, water-coior painting,
composition and design, at their studio, 48 East
Twenty-sixth Street, New York.
Mns. S. EvANNAH PRiCE, 23 West Twenty-
fourth Street, New York, is giving instruction in
design, water coiors and oiis, with a speciai course
in naturaiistic painting of flowers on porcelain.
THE BEAUMONT STUDIO OF ART AND DESIGN,
Mont Madden, has opened its courses in hand-
tooied ieather work.
PROF. J. B. WHITTAKER, of the Art Department
of the Adelphi College, Brookiyn, reports the iargest
number of students for many years.
THE DEPARTMENT of hne and applied arts,
Mcchanics' Institute, Rochester, N. Y., announces
that Mr. Carl H. Johonnot
has been put in charge of the
metai and jeweiry shop, which
has been entireiy remodeied.
and that a new instructor has
been secured, for the orna-
mentai modeling and pottery
ciasses, in Mr. Frederick K.
THE SCHOOL OF ARTS AND
CRAFTS, Troy, N. Y., offers in-
struction in mineral painting,
miniatures, carved leather,
wood-carving, drawing, paint-
ing, modeling, basket and lace-
making, stenciling, embroid-
THE NEW YORK NORMAL
ScHOOL, 541 Lexington Av-
enue, New York, offers a class
for teachers of industrial and
manual art including all lines
of artistic and manual work
now in progress in public education. The school
says that many of its students have been able to
secure its full certihcatc for teaching in one year.
CouRSEs IN ARTINSTRUCTION are also being main-
tained by the National Academy of Design, New
York; Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D. C.;
Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R. I.;
Albright Art Gallery School, Buffalo, N. Y.; The
Charcoal Club School and the Maryland Institute,
both of Baltimore, Md.; School of Industrial Arts,
Trenton, N. J.; Students School of Art, Denver,
Colo.; San Francisco Institute of Art and the
California School of Design, San Francisco, Cal.
AMONG THE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES offer-
ing special courses in art and architecture are
Harvard University, Cornell University, Smith
College, Teachers' College, Columbia University,
Syracuse University, Iowa and otherState colleges.
THE ST. Louis SCHOOL OF FlNE ARTS has
opened its thirty-fifth year. Under the direction of
Dr. Halsey C. Ives personal and cultural instruction
is given in painting, sculpture and all branches of
hne and applied art.
TEACHERS' CoLLEGE, Columbia University, New
York, has opened its Department of Fine Arts, as
usual, under the direction of Mr. Arthur W. Dow.
A very comprehensive course in the various
branches of the work is offered.
HARPSICHORD, ITALY, 1600 PAINTED IN RELIGIOUS SUBJECTS