<%@ Language=VBScript %> <% ' PageId = 5 ' Position1: 215x125 Left ' Position2: 167x125 Right ' Path = images/uploadedimages ' How to get Unique File name: replace(replace(replace(Now," ",""),":",""),"/","") dim rs dim objConn dim Position1 dim Position2 dim Path Path = "images/uploadedimages/" set objConn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") set rs = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") objConn.ConnectionString = "DSN=pca;uid=sa;pwd=;" objConn.Open strSQL = "SELECT AllImages.FileName FROM AllImages WHERE (((AllImages.PageId)=5)) ORDER BY AllImages.ImagePosition;" set rs = objconn.Execute(strSQL) if not rs.EOF then if not isnull(rs(0)) then Position1 = Path & rs(0) end if rs.MoveNext if not isnull(rs(0)) then Position2 = Path & rs(0) end if end if %>
The Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Vocational Training Program was designed to offer art career training to persons with mental or physical disabilities. This 12 - 15 month program is the first of its kind in the country, involving 18 - 20 fine arts classes. Using professional artists and Pittsburgh Center for the Arts art studios, structured training ensures that candidates achieve sufficient skills to pursue an art career in their chosen field.* Currently two certificate programs, Illustration and Decorative Painting, are offered. Jewelry Design and Photography programs are being developed for 2002. Students may attend full time (4 or more classes per term) or part time (3 or less classes per term). A high school diploma or GED is preferred but not required. This program is not limited to persons with disabilities; however, those persons will be given first consideration for program acceptance.
*Pittsburgh Center for the Arts does not guarantee employment upon completion of this training.
Illustration
This program will provide the necessary training and skills to pursue a career in book/magazine illustration and logo design with employment options in advertising and publishing firms. Coursework includes classroom time as well as short internships with local businesses and professionals.
Decorative Painting
This program will provide the necessary training and skills to pursue a career in decorative painting techniques, both residential and commercial. These techniques include, but are not limited to: marbleizing, wood grain appearance, fabric/linen appearance, murals, painted floor coverings, painted furniture and other decorative room treatments. Coursework includes classroom time as well as short internships with area professionals and businesses.
Jewelry Design (Fall, 2002)
This program will provide the necessary training and skills to pursue a career in commercial or private jewelry design. Coursework includes classroom time as well as short internships with local professional jewelry artists and businesses.
Photography (Fall, 2002)
This program will provide the necessary training and skills to pursue a career in professional photography with employment options in commercial and private/residential photography. Coursework includes classroom time as well as short internships with local professional photographers and businesses.
For more information contact:
Julie Agosti
Manager, Special Needs Programs
Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
6300 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
412/361-0873 x365
jagosti@pittsburgharts.org
 
<% dim RandomImage strSQL = "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM RandomCommunity" set rs = objconn.Execute(strSQL) Randomize Timer RandomImage = int(rnd * rs(0)) strSQL = "SELECT ImagePath FROM RandomCommunity" set rs = objconn.Execute(strSQL) rs.Move RandomImage %>
<% rs.Close objConn.Close set rs = nothing set objConn = nothing %>