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    1. 1. Get Published!<br />Nancy Walkup<br />Editor<br />
    2. 2. Why should you get published?<br />It makes you (and your school, administrators, and <br />students) look good.<br />Your students’ parents will be very happy.<br />You can use your article as a conference handout.<br />You can share your expertise with other art teachers.<br />You are demonstrating your professionalism.<br />You are instantly recognized as an author.<br />It can lead to other things (invitations to present, books).<br />
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    17. 17. Before writing, think about:<br />• How you would express your idea to a fellow art teacher. <br />• What idea, artist, trend, or issue influenced your idea. <br />• The main ideas you’re trying to communicate. <br />• What problems a teacher might encounter.<br />When writing:<br />• Use a conversational style.<br />• Keep it to less than 800 words. <br />• Read it out loud.<br />•Have someone else read it.<br />• Copy your text and images separately onto a CD.<br />
    18. 18. Photography Tips<br />• Photograph artwork on a neutral background. <br />• Leave space around the artwork/subject. <br />• Shoot straight down on 2D artwork.<br />• Do not use flash; natural light is best.<br />SchoolArts accepts color photographs and slides; however, high-quality digital photographs are preferred.<br />• Make sure your digital camera is on the “Best” setting. <br />• Turn off the date mode on your camera.<br />
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