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ISOMATAIdyllwild School of Music and the Arts (Palm Springs, CA; now Idyllwild Arts Academy)
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Weishaus recalls, “My first summer at ISOMATA was with my family in 1958 and we returned for many summers that followed.
She helped establish many studios and programs to assist artists including ceramic departments at Chouinard, USC and Hunter, ISOMATA, Clayworks Studio Workshop in New York City, and the Appalachian Centre for Crafts.
Tucked into the San Jacinto Mountains, the school is about 45 minutes from Palm Springs, For a free catalog, write or call ISOMATA, Box 38, Idyllwild 92349; (714) 659-2171, (213) 622-0355, or (619) 282-3036.