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RECONSTRUCTING

ART the World Through

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LOW-RESIDENCY MASTER OF ARTS The Art & Design Master of Arts degree is designed for current art educators who wish to build upon their credentials while developing as artists, teachers and leaders in the field of art education. • Designed for working professionals • Online coursework during the academic year • Four week on-campus summer studio residence • Can be completed in two years • Reconnect with your studio practices • Develop new teaching strategies and skills

Visit extended.unco.edu/ArtMA to learn more! UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS IN ART & DESIGN Our comprehensive curriculum integrates aesthetics, criticism, art history, and in-depth studio processes into each program area. Students are provided with numerous opportunities to investigate technical, conceptual, and creative approaches to the creation of art, as well as recognize the impact visual art holds on history, community and culture. DEGREE PROGRAMS • Art Education • Art History • Ceramics • Computer Graphics • Drawing

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Graphic Design Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture

Want to visit the School of Art & Design? To schedule an individual or group visit, contact Melanie Poston at 970-351-1921 or melanie.poston@unco.edu.

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Table of Contents

Welcome! here! e ’r u o y d a We’re gl week! c i t s a t n a Have a f

President’s Message Fall Conference Committee Conference Etiquette CAEA Representative Council CAEA 2016 Award Recipients Thursday Conference Schedule Friday Conference Schedule Saturday Conference Schedule Colorado Department of Education Credit Record Form University of Northern Colorado Course Registration Form

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VENDORS Thank You Vendors!! Adams State University Art Department Arapahoe Community College B.A.K. to School Blick Art Materials Bulb Digital Portfolios Continental Clay D & L Art Glass Supply Davis Publications Denver Art Museum FIDM Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising Hastings College Mayco Meininger Art Materials The Naja Tool & Supply Inc Nasco Pacon Corporation Colorado Pera PHILIP J STEELE ART EDUCATION FOUNDATION Pop Culture Classroom Regis University Rocky Mountain Clay Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design Royal Brush Manufacturing SAX School Specialty Stone Leaf Pottery University of Northern Colorado

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Welcome!! I’m so glad you made it to

beautiful Breckenridge for our annual fall conference. Our CAEA fall conference is truly the finest professional development experience for art educators in our state. I hope you find your experience leaves you feeling connected, full of information, and ready to tackle your school year with renewed excitement! I also want to welcome our out-of-state attendees! We hope you love your time here in Breckenridge! I’d like to publicly recognize every volunteer who took time from their precious schedule to make this conference great! Our entire conference is organized and run by unpaid committed teacher and commercial volunteers. They weave CAEA duties into their already busy teaching and life schedules to make this time great for us all! Please thank all of your presenters, conference committee chairs, and CAEA representatives for sharing their skills and expertise. Together we make CAEA great! Take advantage of this packed conference schedule! There’s something for everyone. You’re going to love the keynote speakers, Journal Fodder Junkies Eric Scott and David Modler, as well as artist Gregg Deal, and special guest Amanda Hallenius, co-founder of the DaVinci Initiative. You’ll want to take time to reflect and care for yourself. Remember, you’re at high altitude, and you may not have the stamina in Breckenridge that you do at home. Drink lots of water, pace your activity, and take in the beautiful scenery. I hope to some day meet you all! Please say hi, and I will too. It’s my privilege to serve as your CAEA President. I never could have imagined being part of such an amazing group of people. Thank you for being you. You’re all the best! Very Sincerely, Vanessa Hayes-Quintana CAEA President 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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2016 CAEA Fall Conference Committee Take a moment to thank your CAEA reps who all chair a position for the conference committee. Their hard work is evident each year at our fantastic conference! Site Coordinator Schedule Coordinator Data & Registration On-Site Registration Keynote Liaison Vendor Coordinator Awards Hospitality Table Decorations Volunteers Conference Documentation Art Auction Saturday Night Bash Technology & Screens Sign-age Art Mart Karaoke Program Book Social Media TAB Room

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Vanessa Quintana Kim Chlumsky Robin Wolfe & Michael Cellan Ben Quinn & Michael Cellan Amy Marsh & Lisa Cross Robin Wolfe & Lloyd Bourdon Kim Williams Elizabeth Licence Joey Kerlin & Sharon Jacobson-Speedy Theresa Clowes Alexa Overby Michael Carrol & Jesse Crock Christina Martinez & Kari Pepper Ben Quinn Angie Willsea Lauren Lehmann David Lehmann Kim Chlumsky & Vanessa Quintana Kim Chlumsky Kari Pepper


Conference Etiquette • Wear your name tag. • Pay attention to the meal functions - this is a good way to save some money! • If a workshop is full, please find another workshop. • Try to arrive a few minutes early for your workshop. First- think about the appropriate behaviors you expect from your own students. Attending a conference workshop is a lot like being a student all over again. You may be tempted to talk to your friends during the presentation. Maybe you’ll slip out early for another appointment. Or, you might think it’s okay to ask the teacher for special favors. You’ve probably seen people do all of these things at one time or another. But, think about how you expect your own students to behave. Please have empathy for the presenter and model those behaviors you’d like your own students to demonstrate.

• Please treat all participants with respect by not talking to others while the presenter or another participant is speaking. • Please turn off your cell phone or switch your setting to vibrate during all sessions. • Do not ask the presenter or their host to give CDE credit at the beginning of the event, they’re busy getting ready. Presenters will sign your sheets at the end of the workshop. • Stay for the entire session. It is rude to walk away from a presenter. • Ask if you are allowed to photograph during the session. Don’t assume that taking pictures is allowed without permission. • Only enter ticketed events such as a Master Class if you have a ticket. If yo don’t have a ticket but want to take the class, go to registration to see if there are available spots. Please don’t put the presenter on the spot by asking them if it is okay for you to watch. They should not have to make those decisions, particularly when other participants have paid to be in a class.

• Only take materials that are handed to you. It is not polite to ask for materials when you are not registered or don’t plan to stay for a presentation. Please don’t forget to pay your materials fee, presenters are not reimbursed. They have used their own money to purchase materials. • Do invite others to share supplies and space with you when appropriate. • Please introduce and extend yourselves to first time conference attendees. • Make your presence enjoyable for others, no one intentionally wishes to offend another. • Children are not allowed in workshops and in the vendor area. We love children (we are teachers after all) but unless your children pay registrations fees, they are not allowed in classrooms or at events. Your colleagues pay for the experience, help make it a pleasurable one for all. • Don’t expect less from yourself than you do from your students. Art Work by David Modler- Journal Fodder Junkies

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CAEA Representative Council Title Executive  Board  2016-­‐2019   President    

Name

Email

Vanessa Hayes-­‐Quintana  

caeapresident@gmail.com

President-­‐Elect

DJ Osmack  

dosmack@jeffco.k12.co.us

Vice President  

Ben Quinn  

bennyquinn@hotmail.com

Interim Treasurer  

Alexis Quintana  

lexi.quintana@me.com

Secretary

Rachael Delaney  

taranpappas@yahoo.com

Past President   Division  Representatives   Elementary  

Elizabeth Licence  

elicence@comcast.net

Amy Marsh  

abeth127@yahoo.com

Multi-­‐Level

Carrie Mann  

carrieartmann@gmail.com

Middle School   High  School  

Chris Lager   Justine  Sawyer  

clager@jeffco.k12.co.us justine_sawyer@yahoo.com  

Private/Independent/Charter Jesse  Diaz  

JDiaz@cca-­‐denver.org

Private/Independent/Charter Sam  Mizwicki  

sam.mizwicki@gmail.com

Museum/Gallery

Sarah Kate  Baie  

sarahb@mcadenver.org

Supervision Higher  Education  

Open Theresa  Clowes  

tclowes@rmcad.edu  

Retired Student   Regional  Representatives   North  West   North  Central  

Open Open  

 

Open Sharon  Jacobson-­‐Speedy  

speedywheat@aol.com  

North East  

Christina Martinez  

martinezch@hcosd.org

Metro

Kim Chlumsky  

kmchlumsky@gmail.com

Metro

Michael Carroll  

mcarroll@jeffco.k12.co.us

East Central   South  Central  

Open Lisa  Cross  

lcross@d49.org  

South East   South  West  

Open Kari  Pepper  

kpepper@bayfield.k12.co.us  

West Central  

Joey Kerlin  

jkerlin@garfield16.org

Task Force  Chairs   Commercial  

Natalie Myers  

coloradokidscreate@gmail.com

Scholastics

Pam Starck  

tplbstark@aol.com

Youth Art  Month  

Elizabeth Stanbro  

justine_sawyer@yahoo.com

Arts Advocacy  

Kelley DeCleene  

kjdecleene@gmail.com

Awards

Kim Williams  

caeaawards@gmail.com

Web Master  

Robin Wolfe  &  Michael  Cellan  

caearobin@gmail.com

Social Media  

Tiffany Holbrook  

Tiffer_1122@yahoo.com

Collage Editor  

Alexandra Overby  

alexaoverby@gmail.com

Collage Copy  Editor  

Rosemary Reinhart  &  Elisabeth  Reinhart   rsrhart@gmail.com  

Collage Layout  

Janet McCauley  

janetmccauley@comcast.net

Artwork by Eric Scott- Journal Fodder Junkies

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Colorado Art Education Association 2016 Award Recipients Colorado Art Educator of the Year Linda Slobodin

Linda Slobodin is an active life long learner, constantly searching, growing, ready to share what she has learned and eager to find materials, experiences, or ideas she can use to help other people also learn. She is virtually a storehouse of techniques not only in the darkroom, but in the digital lab, and in living a life in the arts. Linda has been on staff at Lakewood High School for 19 years, with many more years at other schools and levels at the beginning of her stunning career. She has given freely of her time to give her students the most incredible learning environment and experience possible. Her students receive a rich and varied learning experience including guest speakers in the arts. Linda has tapped many former students to speak and demonstrate about their advanced education and journey in their careers in the arts. and many field trips to the top galleries and museums in the Denver area.  She cares deeply about the quality experience and growth her students’ experience. Linda glows when talking about former students who keep in touch with her by phone, Facebook and visits to Lakewood High School. Many of these former students have pursued careers in photography, film, fashion, painting, art history, cartography, art therapy, truly, every area of the arts. The breadth and depth of the classes she teaches can be appreciated by the long list of student awards in many district, state and national exhibits as well as scholarships to art schools and colleges. One student for example, was accepted at Oxford University and received a master of fine arts. When other teachers are beginning to enjoy summer break Linda has had teams of students participate in the Denver Chalk Art Festival in Larimer Square. Many of these teams have won first and second place in the competition. This requires many nights of planning designs with the students, teaching chalk techniques, and being on the street two

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full days with students in the sun and often heat. Wow, this is far beyond the call of duty. Her students love, it as does she! One team made the front page of the Denver Post, which is displayed in her classroom. Linda’s students have consistently been accepted and won awards in the Jefferson County Senior High Art Exhibit, Scholastics (a state wide juried exhibition), and the Sixth Congressional District Annual juried art exhibit. She works within the Lakewood community by exhibiting student work at the Belmar Library, the Lakewood Library, even the Department of Motor Vehicles. All of these shows involve close work with students in developing and choosing excellent work, and the students learn to professionally mat and/or frame their work for entry. Once prepared, the work is tagged, delivered, juried, and hung for the exhibit. Often times the students and Linda are the ones taking care of all of these details, plus attending the opening of the shows, picking up rejected work, and then taking down the show and delivering the work back to the student. This is an enormous time commitment for each event, yet Linda is eager to enter these shows year after year with her eye on the experience (and possible scholarships) her students gain by participating fully. Retired art teacher, Sara Behling, concludes, “Many in education have the dream to work with individuals that possess a passion, has a vision and then spend every waking moment, living out a life style based on that vision; a person who receives a great sense of reward and reinforcement from the response of her students. And, as students learn, and grow, and develop, the teacher is given new strength to invest more time, more energy, and more concern in the lives of others; an individual drawn to a truly life-giving process. Linda Slobodin is one of those individuals.”


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Higher Education Art Educator of the Year Sieger Hartgers

Whether teaching undergrad students at the University of Northern Colorado, or teachers looking to refine their fine art making skills, Seiger Hartgers is the prime example of the master teacher and skilled artist combination. Mr. Hartgers is an Associate Professor of Printmaking and Life Drawing at the University of Northern Colorado. He loves teaching, he loves creating art, and he truly loves his students. He cares about them and goes out of his way to help them succeed. UNC colleague Donna Goodwin observes, “He enjoys his profession in a way that makes everyone around him happier in his presence. When he sees you he smiles, a genuine smile that encapsulates every feature from his kind eyes to his flowing white hair to the stylish scarf he is almost never without. It seems as if everybody knows, and everybody loves Sieger. He is a true artist teacher and has the teaching ability to translate what he knows in a manner that encourages his students to not only attain a myriad of new skills but to find their own artistic voice in which to use them. He grounds his students’ art making in a solid foundation of technique and form, His students are held accountable for their actions as they learn the qualities and processes of expression. He holds the same high standards for himself and his own work. His art combines extraordinary skills developed over many years with his own life experiences in a beautiful poetic form. He tells his students to “Think of a composition as a chance to romance the viewer through rhythm” as he romances us through his marks and images. In addition to his courses at the University of Northern Colorado he regularly attends the CAEA conference and teaches studio classes to working teachers Year after year, Sieger’s workshops at the CAEA fall conference draw large crowds of teachers eager to learn a new skill or dust off and refine those that have become stale. UNC Colleague Connie Stewart adds, “Sieger’s legacy goes beyond his classes into the example he provides with his own character and beliefs. Former students, now contributing to the world in different ways, remember his ‘Siegerisms’ and use them as guides for art and life. ‘Make your make mean something.’ ‘It isn’t about making the best art but having the courage to make your mark.’ And most importantly of all ‘Be a good person.’ Sieger is a good person who has contributed to his students, to teachers, and to art and art teaching through tireless work. He is deserving of recognition.” 14

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High School Art Educator of the Year Carrie Mann

If you know Carrie Mann, you know that no category can contain Mrs. Carrie Mann. Yes, she is a high school art educator extraordinary, however, she also currently teaches multiple levels and subjects in the Merino School District, in Merino Colorado. Her collaboration in the K-6 and 7-12 buildings is truly remarkable. Carrie not only teaches K-12 Art, she also teaches K-6 Music and 9-12 Drama. So, in addition to prominently displaying artwork throughout the school all yearlong and organizing a spring art show in which each student has 3 pieces of art displayed, she puts on musical performances, two plays a year, makes all the costumes and set designs with the help of her art and drama students, as well as her husband. Carrie’s dedication to her craft is inspirational and tireless. She is a true leader in her schools and an avid advocate for all of the arts in her community and beyond. Principal Lonnie Brungardt observes, “It absolutely amazes me with art shows, music performances and dram performances going on at the same time how she is able to accomplish so many tasks at once. Well, it is because she is so driven for her students to have the same opportunities as larger schools and she devotes her life to these students at Merino.” Colleague Christina Martinez adds, “Carrie is a leader in her school for the arts. Carrie has an annual art show for all her K-12 students’ every year with a new and different theme. Some years students learn about Egyptian art and dig so deep into the culture that they mummify Barbie dolls and make a sarcophagus for them. I had the pleasure of attending the workshop Carrie taught on this lesson at the 2014 Fall Conference and I was simply amazed! The lesson was engaging, creative and cross –curricular what more can a teacher ask for.” Most recently, Mrs. Mann has taken her involvement in art education farther by becoming CAEA’s k-12/multi-level Representative. Since joining the council Carrie has become very involved in the CAEA fall conferences, making table decorations for CAEA’s Award banquet, volunteering her time, and presenting amazing workshops, and for this, we are grateful. 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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Middle School Art Educator of the Year Rachel Dunn As a middle school art educator at Drake Middle School in Jefferson County Public Schools, Rachel Dunn’s work as an art educator is layered with a sense of humor, a respect for the creative process, a belief that all students’ can succeed and a rigorous studio classroom that is in tandem with inquiry. Rachel is an asset to her entire school community and to the Jefferson County School district. She is an outstanding art teacher who has excellent rapport with her students and is highly respected by the students, their parents, and her colleagues. Entering into Drake Middle School it is clear that this is a school where art is alive! Murals through the hallways and artwork exhibited in every available space. Rachel’s studio classroom at Drake Middle School is an environment where students are engaged in higher level thinking, are confident and demonstrate an artistic fluency in their artwork. Joy in the imaginative process is evident in Rachel’s studio classroom. Students at Drake Middle School want to be in Rachel’s classes because she creates space for and encourages their middle school voices to be expressed, thoughtfully challenged and always respected. On the district level, Rachel has proven herself a leader time and time again. She is a member of the Visual Arts Middle School Curriculum Writing team in Jefferson County that is constantly developing Visual Arts Year’s curriculum and resources and continues to be an online resource for teachers to use for their planning and teaching. Rachel has also worked on the district wide middle school art show numerous years as the coordinator, implementing new ways for teachers to submit and hang their students’ artworks; helping streamline the entire Jeffco Schools Middle School Art Show. Rachel has mentored new art teachers, and supervised many field experience teachers over her numerous years of teaching. Finally, this year in collaboration with other Jeffco Visual Arts teachers, Rachel has served as the lead teacher on a grant which her group received from Jeffco Schools. This group spent this school year collaborating on curriculum and developing assessments for elementary and middle school visual arts teachers. Rachel has addressed teachers on both a personal and professional level with these meetings. Miki Reddy of Metropolitan State University exclaims, “Rachel Dunn! How can you not smile when you hear or are in the presence of this amazing lady? Rachel has given more than a decade of her adult life to her students providing them with the wonderful gift of learning how to express themselves through the media of art. Rachel’s passion and love of art is at the forefront of every project she presents to her students as well as the many fortunate student teachers she has supervised over the years. So many of these student teachers are now solid amazing art teachers, too. Her legacy continues!” Visual Arts Coordinator, Shannon May, concludes, “I have known her for many years and have worked with Rachel in many venues in the Jeffco Visual Arts Department. In that time, I have observed her teaching strategies, curriculum development, and the leadership she demonstrates at the district and school level where she has created an excellent visual arts program. When all’s said and done, Rachel’s enthusiasms for teaching art and for the arts in general are obvious. She is a devoted teacher who is committed to her students, committed to her school, committed to her district, and most of all, committed to her passion in visual arts.”

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Elementary Art Educator of the Year Pamela Cogburn

Pamela Cogburn is recognized for having created an incredibly strong art program at Renaissance Magnet School in Castle Rock. It is one that promotes creative thinking and problem solving that students truly do use throughout their life. The work that is created with her students’ not only gives them voice, choice and engages them, but also includes the importance of learning the skills necessary to be a successful artist. The projects created are visually interesting, well-crafted pieces of art, and compare to that of higher level art students. According to Principal Deborah Lemmer, “Pamela Cogburn is an extraordinary art teacher. Just what is it that sets her apart? She doesn’t teach art – she constructs a learning experience where students discover, explore and engage in the creative process. Through the creative process, her goal is to empower students to be problem solvers, have openness to new ideas, and to deepen their awareness of themselves and their world. She uses the work of artists to inspire students – first by noticing and wondering things about the work, and then exploring it. She provides a foundation in art principles that students can use to see their world in a new way, to apply it to original ideas and to analyze and evaluate with a critical eye through self-reflection.” In addition, Pam writes a blog for her school community to make the learning process that takes place within the classroom visible to parents. This learning is shared with parents and the teaching community through the blog. It is through the sharing of this blog that Pamela ensures that student’s learning is not contained within the walls of the classroom but shared with the world. Colleague Kimberly Chlumsky concludes, “I am incomplete awe of what she creates with her students, her ability to communicate and through her passion to promote and improve art education. I have been privileged to teach some of Pamela’s former students, and cannot believe the passion for art and creativity that has been instilled in them. Pamela’s former students have communicated to me what a wonderful teacher ‘Ms. Pam’ is, and have shown me many works of art they have kept as masterpieces from their time at Renaissance Magnet School.” 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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Private/Independent/Charter School Art Educator of the Year Christine DeVivo

Christine DeVivo of Imagine Classical Academy at Indigo Ranch, is described by colleagues as a dynamic, innovative, and dedicated teacher and artist, who loves to share her passion with her students and fellow educators. She not only teaches her regular art classes for Pre-K through eighth grades, but she also teaches an Honors Art Class two days a week for grades 6 through 8. It is during these 45-minute classes that students are able to create works of art based on their interests and ability levels.  Principal Frank Fowler proclaims Christine as a valued member of his staff, recognizing that Christine supports her school’s commitment to the Integration of Core Knowledge sequence by grade level. In doing so, she balances this powerful integration of content with classroom teachers aligning Colorado State Standards, Core Knowledge sequence and the Common Core. In addition, she is passionate about the psychology of creativity and works to include art therapy, choice-based, Studio Habits of the Mind and Project Zero’s Visible Thinking Techniques to enhance lessons and build stronger artists. She is always pushing herself and her students to be better creative thinkers and experimenters and is constantly working on lessons and curriculum that are relevant to her students’ lives”. Christine’s students have participated in statewide and competitions such as the Aspen EcoArt Contest in Aspen, Colorado where her elementary student won 1st place. Christine is a leader in her school. She most recently started a National Junior Art Honor Society at her school during the 2015-2016 school year, which is run like a pre-Advanced Placement art class so students can experience and discover their own paths as artists. In addition, Christine’s is diligently working to make her school an arts magnet school and is the founder and sponsor of her school’s Enrichment Night and Art Show. At this event, students, parents and the community come together to create art, look art and listen to music performed by students. Katie concludes, “Christine DeVivo is a true practitioner of love through teaching.  I can honestly say that having Christine as a partner with me in the education of our students has definitely made me a better teacher. “  Katie DeLeon exclaims, “Any time I visit Christine’s classroom, it is a place of vibrant discussion, hard work, and beautiful products!  I have also had the pleasure of simply walking into Christine’s room during various lunch periods, and there are always students hanging out, eating lunch, discussing life with Ms. DeVivo, and seeking advice about what to do in various situations.  It is during these times that I feel Christine TRULY shines.  Her love and caring for her students is consistently and continuously shown in her thoughtful discussion and true kindness.”

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Marion Quinn Dix Robin Wolfe

Robin Wolfe is an outstanding example of a state association president who has demonstrated extraordinary contributions to further the role of art education in Colorado by strengthening the Colorado Art Education Association. As she stepped into her role, Robin was confronted with an association suffering from sagging membership, budget problems, and programs that needed to be reexamined and reinvented. Robin began this transformation “behind the scenes” as president-elect by reworking the CAEA fall conference and making it an exciting and relevant professional development opportunity for art educators in the state as well as a profitable enterprise for the association. As president, she moved the organization to streamline practices and procedures, reinstate Youth Art Month, and move Collage the Association’s journal to an electronic format. All important changes to move CAEA forward! As past-president, she offered invaluable support and assistance to the president and continued to assist the president-elect in planning and presenting the conference. CAEA President Vanessa Hayes-Quintana proclaims, “What I admire most about Robin: in the most difficult situations she always conducts herself with unwavering patience and grace. In the face of conflict and difficult choices, I’ve never seen Robin lose her composure. She thinks and acts carefully and thoughtfully in the most stressful circumstances. She exercises integrity at every turn. She simply does the right thing because it’s the right thing to do. I admire the intestinal fortitude she has used to navigate her leadership challenges and follow through. Robin’s ability to make decisions with this strength of character has made CAEA a stable, productive, and healthy organization.” Past-president Patrick Fahey concludes, “Robin Wolfe is a strong leader. She provides guidance by modeling practice and supporting and creating consensus among the organization’s constituents. She is a powerful advocate for art education and continues to be an important force for change and advocacy in the arts in Colorado. Robin Wolfe exemplifies the virtues of the Marion Quin Dix Leadership Award and I fully support her nomination.” 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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Distinguished Service Outside the Profession Brianne Sanchez As a high school art student, Brianne“Breezy”Sanchez began her association with the Scholastic Art Awards Program painting walls and hanging photographs for the program at the Museum of Outdoor Arts. As a student as Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design she began to help with the graphics of this prodigious program.  She has had a diverse set of experiences in a variety of assignments in this volunteer organization and has now established herself as an outstanding volunteer for the Scholastic Art Awards in Colorado.   This year she has been involved in almost every aspect of the program. With over 5,000 pieces of artwork submitted to Scholastics of Colorado, it was a monumental task to organize, catalog, and adjudicate. Brianne was there everyday, as teachers turned in the paperwork for submissions, checking on the website to make sure artwork was correctly submitted. She then not only proctored but also judged during adjudication. She had previously never proctored this competition, but was a quick learner, and became the best person on staff to ensure no mess-ups in the judging and was quick on her fingers with complicated computer data. Once artwork was awarded, it was daunting to install, run, and de-install the exhibition at the History Colorado Center.  Not for Brianne. She was there every day for installation and tediously hung artwork and matched nametags. She made sure artwork was not only hung straight, but had a wonderful flow to the new salon style exhibition space, and did it with a smile, and some sweet rolls and coffee. As a leader, she addresses the needs and expectations of the various projects with enthusiasm.  Even with all the hours she gives in her demanding roles of responsibilities for graphics, website development, finding and establishing a Red Carpet Night, grant presentations and the multitude of daily activities she never loses site of what this means for secondary students in Colorado. Pam Starck, Director of the Scholastic Awards, concludes, “Breezy is highly respected and well thought of throughout the state for all she does for Scholastic Art Awards and gives a 120 percent to the program to make it the best it can be.  Scholastic Art Awards, Colorado Region would not be what it is today without her dedication. She understands the importance of supporting and nurturing students as they blossom as artists and discovers their own creativity.”

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Distinguished Service Inside the Profession Angela Farris Belt Farris Belt is dedicated to providing quality access to art programs at both Arapahoe Community College (ACC) and at the K-12 level. She has hosted the Spring CAEA workshop at ACC for a few years and has worked hard to ensure CAEA has access to the facilities and faculty for various workshop opportunities. She has also provided further professional development opportunities for teachers, such as the clay workshop she hosts for teachers to refine their skills in teaching ceramics. Ms. Belt is dedicated to fostering the best environment possible for art career training at ACC. She is the Department Chair and spends a lot of her time making sure her faculty and students are supported in their efforts. Ms. Belt is working to offer dual enrollment opportunities for high school students through Career and Tech Education. She has spent hours working with CDE to align courses and requirements for students to have a smooth transition between high school and post-secondary education. According to Katie Caron, Head of Ceramics and 3D Design at ACC, “As a department, one of our goals is to encourage students from the surrounding high schools to take courses within our program. Angela has worked very hard through her involvement with CAEA to help students find their path, through portfolio reviews, curriculum alignment and events at ACC. Her drive and vision has impacted the Art Education world and supported Colorado teachers and students.” As a master teacher, Angela truly cares about students and is always looking for ways to improve the classroom and entire fine arts program experience. Angela continues to learn in the classroom and frequently adjusts courses according to each student’s needs and the class dynamic as a whole. Her approach is creative and determined –never satisfied with sub-par work from students. She works vigorously to move the fine arts programs forward into a more progressive and vital educational program. During her short time at ACC, Ms. Belt is already developing a CTE photography program and has implemented other forward thinking changes to make the art programs a “big deal”, as she likes to put it. Katie Caron concludes, “I have observed Angela in the classroom as master teacher, both inspiring students and challenging them to push themselves and their work to ask deeper questions. She asks the same of her faculty, always encouraging innovation, collaboration and community.” 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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THURSDAY HIGHLIGHTS MASTER CLASS

Sieger Hartgers

Drawing of the Eyes, Nose, Ears, and Mouth Thursday Afternoon 1:00 PM Old Masonic Hall Main Floor

Biography: Sieger Hartgers is a professor at the University of Northern Colorado. He teaches Printmaking and Life Drawing.

Amanda Hallenius DaVinci Institute

Thursday Peak 17 10:30-12:30 Master Class Artist and workshop presenter Mandy Hallenius is a certified K-12 Art Teacher and a classically trained artist. She seeks to help other art teachers incorporate technical skills into contemporary classrooms through the arts education non-profit she co-founded called The Da Vinci Initiative. She is the Co-President Elect of the Washington Art Education Association. Special thanks to Gamblin for supplying paint for Mandy’s workshops!

Open TAB Studio - Finish Original Projects Leave Books and Supplies Take Books and Supplies Share Materials and Plans Leave 25 copies for people - Open all Day

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BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT CAMPUS Home of the Fall Conference Master Classes and the Thursday Evening Make & Take! ARTS DISTRICT CAMPUS | DOWNTOWN BRECKENRIDGE

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Quandary Antiques Cabin Hot Shop Ceramic Studio Tin Shop Robert Whyte House

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Breckenridge Theatre Gallery Kiln Yard Lawn Ridge Street Arts Square Little Red Shed Burro Barn Graffiti Posts

The Breckenridge Arts District is the region’s newest epicenter of creativity, bringing together the charm and history of Breckenridge with contemporary art studios. The Arts District’s one-acre campus of restored historic structures includes the following studios and creative spaces:

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E Quandary Antiques Cabin

O Kiln Yard

R Hot Shop

P Ridge Street Arts Square

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VENDOR RECEPTION Thursday 5:00-6:30 PM Peak 2-5

across from registration

Vendors open their doors and invite you to explore their resources and offerings. Light hors d’ouvres will be served and there will be a cash bar.

BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT Make & Take Thursday • 6:30-9:00 PM Breckenridge Arts District Campus Arts District Campus, corner of S. Main St. and E. Washington Ave. Meet, Mingle and Make a Mess: A Party for Art Educators Join Breckenridge Creative Arts and the Colorado Art Education Association on the Arts District campus. All of the studios will be abuzz with creativity including demonstrations by local artists and plenty of make-and-take projects in a variety of mediums. The night will be filled with artists creating and sharing their passions. Shuttle Stops: S. Ridge St. #17 S. Main St. #7

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Thursday • 9:00-10:30 PM • Base 9 Bar at Beaver Run Resort

Come sing your ART out!

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Thursday Peak 1

Peak 8

Peak 9

Peak 14

Peak 15

Peak 16

West African Voodoo

Robert Schroeder

Cathy Moore

Lisa Adams

Lydia Dambekalns

Thinking Maps for the Art Room

Copper & Brass Riveted Cuff

Ink-less Tessellation Prints

Thinking Maps for the Art Room

Alexandra Mogomery

Erin Abernathy

Julie SwansonDavis

Alexandra Montgomery

Beyond Formalism

Poetry & Prompts

You CAN Teach AP Art History!

Storytelling as a Social Practice

Kris Heintz Nelson

Beth Collier

Erin Reiner

Kari Lennartson

Contemporaneity

16 Watercolor Techniques!

Sketchbook Construction and Use!

INterChange

Anne Thulson

Vanessa Scott

Sean Henry

Connie Stewart

Sketchbook and Learning

Cross-Curricular

10:30-11:30 Rapid Prototyping

Dot, Dot, Does a Lot

Integrating World Religions

Laura Knudsen

Talya Dornbush

Carrie Mann

Deb Rosenbaum

Outsider or Visionary Art?

10:30-11:30 Artist Installations

RATTLEcal Heads

Creating Collagraph Prints PART 1

Patrick Fahey

Holt/Mahoney

Sharon McCoy

Megan Brockriede

Engaging Students

Titillating Textures in Clay

Suminagashi Japanese Marbling

Critical Advocacy

Bethany Haizlett

Rui Haagen

Sam Mizwicki

Abi Paytoe Gbayee

How to be bad, in a good way.

Watercolor Monotype/ Monoprint

Positive & Negative Printmaking

Art Bikes

Michael Lemke

Sieger Hartgers

Kevin Beckstein

Kris Heintz Nelson

Rally Around the Arts

3D Printing

3D Printing

Arts-Based Action Research

Carrie Mann

Annie McNeil

Annie McNeil

Donna Goodwin

Project-Based Learning

Mixed Media Studio

Exploring Abstraction

Art + Technology

Kimberley D’Arthenay

Kristin Fong

Roxie Mitchell

DaVinci Institute Drawing Skills Contemporary Curricula

DaVinci Institute Portrait Drawing for Art Teachers

Creative Connections with Terra Forma Cards Abi Paytoe Gbayee

Purpose Inspired Art Choice-Based Art

10:30-11:30 Reconstruct through Art21 Erica Richards

AP Studio Arts Concentration What is it?

American Museum

American Museum of Western Art

of Western Art

Kristin Fong

Peak 17

Design Inspiration Stephen McDowell & Nicole Jones

Coppertop 2

Defining and Planning with Choice Continuum

Coppertop 3

So, you want to throw a festival?

Tom Burkle

Jessi Walker Kelly Beach

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Mandy Hallenius

Tom Burkle

Gwen Ahlers Justine Sawyer Laura Thompson

Design Inspiration Stephen McDowell & Nicole Jones TAB, Objectives, Standards & Grading Kelly Beach The Engaging Critique Alessandra Seelaus

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6:30-9p

Arts District Fair 6:30p-9p

Peak 12

4-5p

Contourama!

11:30-12:30 Power of Costume

12:30-1:30p

Lunch on Your Own 12:30p-1:30p

Peak 11

1:30- 3:30p

Fabulous Fibers!

Vendor Reception - Vendor Hall 5p-6:30p

Peak 10

10:30a-12:30p

9-10:30p

Karaoke Party Sing Your heART Out! - Base 9 Bar 9p-10:30p

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Peak 6/7

9-10a Pinch Pot Tea Bowls


Presenter: Robbert Schroeder Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 1 Email: clay@rockymountainclay.com

Pinch Pot Tea Bowls

Presenter: Alexandra Motgomery Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: alimontgomery13@gmail.com

Thinking Maps for the Art Room

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Beyond Formalism

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 9 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Contemporaneity: Maintaining a Fresh Roster of Contemporary Artists

Presenter: Laura Knudsen Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Hands On Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 10 Email: lauraknudsenw@ymail.com

Sketchbook and Learning Cross-Curricular

Tea, who does not love a cup of tea? These pinch pot will be made with Rocky Mountain Clay for utility purposes. Simple and useful. Technique can be used for formation of larger pieces that is loved by more advanced clay students.

Thinking maps are not just for the regular classroom. With a thinking map for nearly every skill, it’s a great way to keep your kiddos actively engaged in the art room. From quick DOL’s to more complex writing skills, they are adaptable to every grade level. Come see some ways I use these in my art room, and leave with a bank of examples you can implement in yours. Discover two innovative lessons in which students convey a conceptual viewpoint while incorporating perspective and space, and work in series to illustrate a sound, using color theory and implied motion.

Adding new artists to your curriculum can be daunting. This session introduces current artists and offers strategies on how to add new artists in your K-12 curriculum.

How do sketchbooks promote cross-curricular learning? Or is it the other way does learning in other content areas promote creativity? Recent research done in a high school Drawing I class explored these connections through students Source Workbooks where they explored, experimented, researched, reflected and analysis their Individual Guided Project. 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

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Presenter: Patrick Fahey Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 11 Email: patrick.fahey@colostate.edu

Outsider or Visionary Art? You Decide!

This presentation examines the work of Outsider or Visionary artists; how they perceive and share their image of the world; and how their vision might inform our teaching and the types of images we offer our students as they reflect on and make art.

Presenter: Bethany Haizlett Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 12 Email: bethanyhaizlett@gmail.com

Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind

Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 14 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

How to be bad, in a good way, with underglaze and other surface decoration.

Presenter: Carie Mann Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 15 Email: carrieartmann@gmail.com

Rally around the Arts: Unifying Event in a Rural K-12 School

Presenter: Kristin Fong Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 16 Email: kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

Project-Based Learning at the American Museum of Western Art

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How can we best provide high quality Visual Arts instruction to children from low socio-economic backgrounds? Using key points from Eric Jensen’s “Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind” and Ruby K. Payne’s “Bridges Out of Poverty”for guidance, we will collaboratively examine and design effective strategies ready for immediate use in our classrooms.

Explore under glaze decoration, Mishima, sgraffito, etching and more. How to drawing in your ceramics curriculum.

Arts are often sidelined, especially in rural schools. Learn how one school is making art central. Art, Wellness, literacy, Student Council, and Vocational organizations all come together around a unifying theme in a community wide event.

Through project-based learning, students gain real-life experience and skills through investigation, they respond to complex questions, and overcome challenges. Explore a few of AMWA’s past successes, and learn how this experience might be a great fit for your school.


Presenter: Stephen McDowell Co-Presenters: Nicole Jones & Erica Ritchie Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Peak 17 Email: smcdowell@fidm.edu

Design Inspiration: Where Designers Shop for Ideas

Presenter: Tom Burkle Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: burklezoo@gmail.com

Defining and Planning with the Choice Continuum

Presenter: Jessi Walker Co-Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: jessiLw25@gmail.com

So, you want to throw a festival?

Have you ever wondered where designers find inspiration? From art to nature to architecture, music and technology, the sources for creative inspiration are many. Let FIDM reveal the visionary process behind product designs in fashion, interiors, print, graphics and more.

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Use a simple tool to measure the choice levels you currently offer to your students. Begin designing units of study that lead students from lessons of less student choice toward lessons of more student choice.

I just had the most vivid and powerful dream. Jim Morrison told me the purpose of my life was to put on an arts festival. Learn the ins and outs of throwing an arts festival for your community.

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Presenter: Cathy Moore Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: cmooreart@msn.com

Fabulous Fibers! New and innovative techniques using color to decorate fabric!

Presenter: Erin Abernathy Fee: $15.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: erin@najatools.com

Copper & Brass Riveted Cuff

In this class you will create several pieces using different color application techniques on fabric. Materials you will use include: dyes, resists, markers, play color, and acrylics applied to canvas, silk, and cotton. You will explore, play, and come away with some great artwork and ideas for your classroom! This project teaches basic riveting to anyone with no prior metalsmithing background. This project is great for beginners and would be easy to implement in middle or high school art rooms. Students can walk away with skills that can be incorporated into other projects as well as a completed bracelet.

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Presenter: Beth Collier Fee: $3.00 Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: printbethprint@yahoo.com

Poetry and Prompts; how to get our High School students to draw more!

With the increase of external pressures like, non-art standards, school wide mandates that require focuses on reading, math or more writing, how do we prioritize our Art Curriculum and find ways to get our students to draw enough? This is a hands on drawing work shop exploring the use of verbal prompts to unlock our students creativity.

Presenter: Vaness Scott Fee: $10.00 Audience: Middle School Type: Hands On, Lecture Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 AM Location: Peak 9 Email: vernscott123@gmail.com

16 Watercolor Techniques!

Presenter: Talya Dornbush Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: tdornbus@msudenver.edu

Rapid Prototyping for Ideation

Presenter: Hayley Holt Co-Presenter: Kristina Mahoney Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: kmahoney@denverartmuseum.org

Artist-Inspired School Art Installations

Presenter: Kristina Mahoney Co-Presenter: Hayley Holt Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: kmahoney@denverartmuseum.org

Unpacking the Character of Costume

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Class will review 16 watercolor techniques. Participants will create one watercolor “poster” with an example of each of the 16 techniques. Participants will also see a presentation on two different lessons/projects that can be created from the technique process.

Join enthusiastic dreamers in a high-speed ideation workshop! We will whirl through a collaborative process culminating in the development thousands of inventive, distinct, individual concepts ready for exploration. Never again will your students create stale work based on worn-out ideas.

Get inspired by artists’ process to create a site-specific art installation at your school. Using design thinking and artists’ work featured at the Denver Art Museum, you will find new ways to invigorate your school campus and students’ creativity.

In preparation for the upcoming Star Wars and the Power of Costume exhibit, find inspiration in the Denver Art Museum’s art collection to create a costume for a character. Get inspired to find new ways of engaging students with literature.


Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Titillating Textures in Clay

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

Creating a Watercolor Monotype/Monoprint

Presenter: Annie McNeil Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: annie_mc_17@hotmail.com

3D Printing in the Elementary Art Classroom

Presenter: Kimberley D’Arthenay Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: Kimberley.DArthenay@dcsdk12.org

Mixed Media Studio

Presenter: Mandy Hallenius Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 17 Email: mandyhallenius@gmail.com

DaVinci Institute: Drawing Skills for Contemporary Curricula

Presenter: Abi Paytoe Gbayee Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: abipaytoegbayee@gmail.com

Creative Connections with Terra Forma Cards

Build titillating texturing tools in clay while learning handbuilding basics; pinch, slab, coiling, carving, and hydration control. Techniques for beginners to advanced students. Build hollow forms; roller coils, spheres, cylinders, flying saucers, signature stamps. Leatherhard tools will require bisque firing. Bring clay tools!

Using the online program Tinkercad, we will examine project ideas for elementary art students with the purpose to enhance student understanding of 3D and computer design. Participants in this class will receive a lesson plan and have the opportunity use Tinkered to design a 3D name tag that will be printed during the conference.

This session will involve creating artwork utilizing techniques with Citrasolv to manipulate collaged images, and using other materials to build up and layer the effects. Please bring magazine images that inspire you, drawing materials you may want, and a sketchbook or surface to work on.

Do you want to improve your own representational drawing skills and learn new methods for teaching them? Participants will discover technical drawing skills by working from a 19th century drawing course and then discover how to merge these skills into their current curricula.

Come play a hands-on interactive springboard activity that helps students develop a unique artistic concept by facilitating unconventional connections. Excellent for guiding students who struggle developing their own concepts. These are great even in TAB classrooms!

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Use watercolor and createx paints, to create monoprints from plastic monotype plates.


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Presenter: Erica Richards Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: erica.l.richard@gmail.com

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Reconstruct through Art21

An Art21 educator shares their experience from the Art21 educator institute through an interactive discussion about how to help students reconstruct their world through art and best practices using the art21 videos/concepts in the art room.

LUNCH ON YOUR OWN

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Presenter: Lisa Adams Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: ladams7@cherrycreekschools.org

Contourama!

Presenter: Julis Swanson-Davis Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

Ink-less Tessellation Prints

Presenter: Erin Reiner Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: reinererin@gmail.com

You CAN Teach Advanced Placement Art History!

Presenter: Sean Henry Fee: $10.00 Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: reinererin@gmail.com

Sketchbook Construction and Use!

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Contour Drawing as a skill and concept lead to authentic, original ideas and work. This workshop will explore a multitude of ways that you can use contour drawing in the classroom. You will use a variety of media and leave with a ton of new ideas for yourself and your students. Bring an open mind, a sense of humor and adventure!

Think printmaking requires ink? Think again! Beginning with a simple technique for making tessellating tiles, this Blick Art Materials workshop will teach you how to use transparent etched film and watersoluble crayons to make repeating patterns that are inkless, imperfect, and intriguing!

Passionate about art history but are afraid of AP? Erin Reiner is a Collegeboard consultant, reader, and table leader. She will share techniques and TONS of resources to make you feel you not only CAN teach AP but WILL!!

Sketchbooks! This will focus on the process of sketchbook making that can be used in a 6th-12th grade classroom. I’ll show you the basics of construction and we’ll elaborate on design together!


Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: carrieartmann@gmail.com

Dot, Dot, Does a Lot: Make Your Mark and See Where it Takes You

Presenter: Sam Mizwicki Fee: $10.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Lecture Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: sam.mizwicki@gmail.com

Suminagashi - The Ancient Art of Japanese Marbling

Presenter: Kevin Beckstein Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: kbeckstein@amaco.com

Positive and Negative Printmaking on Ceramics

Presenter: Annie McNeil Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: annie_mc_17@hotmail.com

3D Printing in the Elementary Art Classroom

Presenter: Kristin Fong Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

Exploring Abstraction in Western American Art

Wonderful Ideas to get your students excited about creating. Inspired by Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot. Create a variety “Dots” of your own, and put together a collaborative work that includes all your students.

Discover how to make your own Underglaze Printing Ink and how to use it to print onto ceramic bisque-ware. In this workshop use craft foam sheets to create unique, personalized printmaking effects.

Using the online program Tinkercad, we will examine project ideas for elementary art students with the purpose to enhance student understanding of 3D and computer design. Participants in this class will receive a lesson plan and have the opportunity use Tinkered to design a 3D name tag that will be printed during the conference.

This What inspired Georgia O’Keeffe’s technique? Can you find cubism in landscapes? Create your own cubist landscapes by cutting and pasting, drawing, and sketching in this hands-on experience. Bring scissors, a sketchbook, and get inspired to create your own Western art.

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Participants will learn the “floating ink” method done in Japan for hundreds of years. You will leave that day will your very own marbled paper prints. Project ideas shown will be adaptable for grades 3-12.


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Presenter: Mandy Hallenius Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Peak 17 Email: mandyhallenius@gmail.com

Portrait Drawing for Art Teachers

Participants will learn realistic portrait drawing skills, including how to set up and light a model in a way that sets up the artist for success. Skill-based block-in and shading techniques will be covered. Throughout the workshop an emphasis will be placed on how to break each skill into lesson plans for use in teachers’ home classrooms.

Presenter: Tom Burkle Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: burklezoo@gmail.com

Purpose Inspired Art - A Structure for Choice-Based Art

Presenter: Laura Thompson Co-Presenters: Gwen Ahlers, Justine Sawyer Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

AP Studio Art Concentration - What is it?

Experience a choice-based art classroom. Plan and make art with purpose in mind, consciously making all of your studio decisions based on that purpose. Experience selecting your own subject matter, purpose, materials, elements and principles and styles.

Spend some time with experienced AP teachers to find out what the Concentration section of the AP Studio Art Portfolio is all about. Look at previous examples of successful concentrations. Hear and see options to take good work and make it better. Learn what high achieving students attribute their success to.

4:00 -5:00 PM Presenter: Lydia Dambekalns Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: lydart@uwyo.edu

West African Voodoo Artistic Expression: A Basic Primer

Presenter: Alexandra Motgomery Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: alimontgomery13@gmail.com

Thinking Maps for the Art Room

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Learn a bit about Voodoo visual traditions and join a discussion about African visual culture and art/non art. Presenter has worked extensively in Benin, West Africa and brings a wealth of visual images to share.

Thinking maps are not just for the regular classroom. With a thinking map for nearly every skill, it’s a great way to keep your kiddos actively engaged in the art room. From quick DOL’s to more complex writing skills, they are adaptable to every grade level. Come see some ways I use these in my art room, and leave with a bank of examples you can implement in yours.


Presenter: Kari Lennartson Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: karilennartson@gmail.com

Storytelling as Social Practice

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

INterChange: Arts in Contemporary and Traditional Culture

Presenter: Deb Rosenbaum Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: deb_rosenbaum@dpsk12.org

Integrating World Religions into Art Curriculum

Presenter: Megan Brockriede Fee: $2.00 Audience: High School Type: Hand On Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: brockrmn@yahoo.com

Creating Collagraph Prints Part 1

Presenter: Abi Paytoe Gbayee Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: abipaytoegbayee@gmail.com

Critical Advocacy

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Art Bikes: Collaborating to Transform the Character of Discarded Bikes

What is the function of storytelling in our communities? Research on historical and contemporary artists whose narrative artmaking functions as social practice, closing the gap between artist and audience. Examples of collaborative, student driven, socially and culturally conscious lesson plans.

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How do teachers honor the cultures of their students and provide thoughtful information about cultural heritages and contemporary artmaking? This workshop will present questions, dialogue and resources presented at the 2016 CIAE Institute “INterChange: Arts in Contemporary and Traditional Culture.

Religious themes permeate the study of art and many contemporary artists continue to work with sacred or spiritual themes. Meaningful integration of religious traditions in the art studio can promote understanding of others in our diverse and complicated world. Learn about incorporating religion into inspiring art lessons with respect and attention to first amendment rights. I love collograph printing; a versatile process that can be taylored to a wide range of student ages and ability levels. Focusing on shape and texture, students learn printmaking basics. This is also a great unit to teach composition or incorporate symbolism based on a theme. Come create your own edition of prints!

Join us in discussion of best practice and strategies to engage in advocacy. Discover ways to include students and community members in advocacy efforts. Come prepared to interact and share experiences, struggles and successes.

Learn how introductory design students worked to transform discarded bicycles into unique “art bikes” which exhibited relevance to history, culture and collaborative problem solving.

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Presenter: Donna Goodwin Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

Arts-Based Action Research from UNC Master’s Students

Learn about UNC M.A. Arts-Based Action Research projects that investigated the impacts of Art as an integral aspect of trans-disciplinary learning, Arts-Based inquiry through auto-ethnography, and using Choice Based Art Education as a means to increase student agency in the art classroom.

Presenter: Roxie Mitchell Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: rmitchell@durango.k12.co.us

Art + Technology

Presenter: Stephen McDowell Co-Presenters: Nicole Jones, Erica Ritchie Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Peak 17 Email: smcdowell@fidm.edu

Design Inspiration: Where Designers Shop for Ideas

Presenter: Kelly Beach Co-Presenter: Jessi Walker Fee: None Audience: Middle SChool Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: kbeach@bromleyeastcs.org

TAB, Objectives, Standards and Grading

Presenter: Alessandra Seelaus Co-Presenter: David Stallings Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: aseelaus@cherrycreekschools.org

The Engaging Critique: Scaffolded Classroom Critique Strategies from Novice to Advanced

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Interested in getting more STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) into your art curriculum? Want to prepare your students to be studio artists in the 21st Century using the latest technologies? Learn about the new mediums artists are using to make art such as creative coding, 3D printing, Arduino electronic/sensors and projection mapping. Have you ever wondered where designers find inspiration? From art to nature to architecture, music and technology, the sources for creative inspiration are many. Let FIDM reveal the visionary process behind product designs in fashion, interiors, print, graphics and more.

Go beyond centers and studios in this group discussion regarding the implementation of objectives, state standards, and grading pitfalls. Most of this discussion will revolve around middle school TAB/choice but could be adopted to elementary or high school.

Demystify the classroom critique and learn to facilitate timely, engaging, purposeful dialogue with all levels of secondary students. Gain ideas & resources to implement scaffolded critique methods that increase student engagement in critical discussion at each level of your art program!


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SUNRISE YOGA 7-7:45 AM Pool Area

Bring your TV watchin’ pants and let Vicki Graber start your day off with a gentle yoga flow for all levels. Bring your yoga mat.

VENDOR HALL HOURS

Friday • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Peaks 2-5 Across from Registration

COPPERTOP II Open TAB Studio - Finish Original Projects Leave Books and Supplies Take Books and Supplies Share Materials and Plans Leave 25 copies for people - Open all Day

ART AUCTION Friday • 8:30-10 PM in Coppertop 3

Buy great art! Raise money for the NAEA Convention Scholarship, and CAEA Scholarships! AND, Maybe you too, can out-bid yourself!!

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DIVISION FORUMS Friday • 11:30-12 PM Look for Division Forum information at the registration table.


FRIDAY HIGHLIGHTS keynotes

Eric M Scott

David R Modler

David R. Modler and Eric M. Scott are the Journal Fodder Junkies. This dynamic duo are artists, educators, authors, and internationally recognized experts on the visual journal and mixed media art. With over 45 years of combined teaching experience, they have provided workshops, presentations, and seminars to teachers, students, and artists at conferences, conventions, artist retreats, and other venues across North America. In 2010 their first book, The Journal Junkies Workshop, was released by North Light Books, and quickly became a bestseller in the mixed media community. Feeling like they had not exhausted their ideas on the visual journal, they wrote a follow up, Journal Fodder 365. Released at the end of July 2012, Journal Fodder 365 quickly became a bestseller as well. Eric M. Scott lives in Purcellville, VA with wife Joanne and their numerous animals. He is a mixed media artist with twenty years of experience teaching in public schools. David R. Modler earned a Master of Fine Arts in Drawing and Painting from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. David now lives in Shepherdstown, WV where he is an Assistant Professor of Art and the Coordinator of Art Education at Shepherd University. David’s Contact Info: PO Box 3261, Shepherdstown, WV 25443 540-383-8318, wavekook@gmail.com

Eric’s Contact Info: 510 S 9th Street, Purcellville, VA 20132 540-454-0719, eric@journalfodderjunkies.com

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MASTER CLASSES Lisa Cross

Photo Transfer Encaustics Friday Morning 9:00 AM Old Masonic Hall Main Floor Biography: Lisa Cross was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota is 1978 and moved to Colorado as a child. She was a pastry chef for many years before deciding to go back to school and pursue her dream to study art. Cross earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Visual and Performing Arts from the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs in 2010. She was awarded the Ianell Harris Scholarship in 2009 and named the OUtstanding Visual Art Student of the year in 2010. Cross has a deep passion for the arts and believes that creativity is essential to life long learning and she loves the delightful experience of discovery and childhood wonder.

Mandy Hallenius

Moving Beyond Red+Yellow=Orange Friday Afternoon 1:00 PM Old Masonic Hall Main Floor Biography: Mandy Hallenius is a certified K-12 Art TEacher and a classically trained artist. She seeks to help other art teachers inforporate technical skills into contemporary classrooms through the arts education non-profit she co-founded called the DaVinci Initiative. She is the Co-President Elect of the Washington Art Education Association.

Kathy Beekman and Cyncie Winter

Becoming a Successful Artist: Learn What it Takes Friday Afternoon 1:00 PM Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Biography: Kathy Beekman is absolutely passionate about art! She paints pastel landscapes, inspired by the farming communities surrounding Fort Wayne, Indiana, where she grew up, and the mountains of Colorado, where she now lives.She’s happy to share that she is consistently the top seller in the Santa Fe, New Mexico art gallery reprenting her work. Because she is will versed in the ocmmercial side as well as the creative side of art, she often works on the business of art with artists and offers art career coaching workshops. Cyncie Winter is a professional artist, a phychotherapist, and creativity coach. Although she has painted all of her life, for the past several years she has focused primarily on working with abstract acrylics. Cyncie brings a wealth of experience to those seeking ways to expand their natural creative expression. She has trained with Eric Maisel, an international creativity coach, prolific author and psychotherapist, and Jill Badonsky, the founder of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching. A teacher for over thirty years, she has an affinity towards helping artists.

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The UNC School of Art & Design will be hosting an informal reception for our Art Education alumni, students, and friends at Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant on Friday, November 4th. You are invited to join us for drinks, appetizers, and conversation with your fellow art educators.

Who: University of Northern Colorado Alumni When: Friday, November 4th, 6:45pm - 8:15pm Where: Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant, 600 S Park Ave., Breckenridge What: Drinks, appetizers, and conversation

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Friday

7-7:45a

Peak 1

Peak 6/7

Peak 8

8-9a

9:30-11:30a

1-3p

3:30-4:30p

Pinch Pot Tea Bowls

CH CH CH Chis Pets

Where Sky Meets the Ground

DIY Sketcbooks

Robert Schroeder

Christina Martinez

Eric Orr

Drawing from Abstract

Tempera and Ink Resist

How to Make a Synclastic Cuff

TAB, Objectives,

Blake A. Chamness

Justine Sawyer

Casey McGovern

Kelly Beach

Poetry and Prompts

DADA: 100 Year Anniversary

Art Meets History American Museum

11:30a-12p

12-1p

10:30-11:30a Making the Arts Accessible SPED

5:30-7p

8:30-10p

Linda Tong Standards & Grading

of Western Art

Peak 9

FRIDAY

Peak 15

Peak 16

Peak 17

Paisleys, Named After Town in Scotland

The Edifying Creative Process

Copper & Brass Segmented Cuff

Julie Hanley

Pam Cogburn

Erin Abernathy

Doodle Break

9:30-10:30

Beyond Formalism

Toni Ratzlaff

Kris Heintz Nelson

Creating

Installation Art

Collagraph Prints PART 2

Megan Brockriede Hundertwasser

Clay Coil Houses Leah Lowe

Ryan Talbot Vanessa Scott

“More Gelli” (Prints) Cindy Migliaccio

Sketchbook Construction and Use! Sean Henry Inkless Tessellation Prints

Engaging Students

Julie Swanson Davis

Bethany Haizlett

Mayco Silk Screens & Designer Stencils Mayco Representative

Everything You Need to Know About Brushes Michael Harbridge

Laura Knudsen

CitraSolv Mixed Media Magic

How to be bad, in a good way.

Julie Swanson Davis

Rui Haagen

Joyce Baker

Michael Lemke

10:30-11:30

Rally Around the Arts

Non-Arts Admin & Quality Arts

Carrie Mann

Elizabeth Stanbro Connie Stewart

1-2p Dada: 100 Year Anniversary

Tool Books

How do I program this kiln? Michael Lemke Engage-Mints

The NEW Community College! Angela Farisbelt Katie Caron

Dot, Dot, Does a Lot

Lynn Cox

Sarah Shay

Proficiency Ladders & Inquiry Based Learning

So, you want to throw a festival?

2-3p Project Based Learning

Carrie Mann

Kristin Fong

Journal Fodder Junkies Keynotes Priming the Pump 9:30a-1:30p working lunch

Art Bikes

Jessi Walker Kelsey Shields

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Anne Thulson Sketchbook and Learning Cross Curricular

Titillating Textures in Clay

Jennifer Smith

Coppertop 3

Contemporaneity

Leave a Trail! Paint-Trailed Journals

Kris Heintz Nelson

Coppertop 2

Lynn Cox

Dale Zalmstra Outsider or Visionary Art? Patrick Fahey TAB 101

Teacher or Artist Teacher?

Choice Based Art

Chuck and Collin Parson Gwen Ahlers

Tom Burkle

Kari Pepper

Art Activism

Pacing the AP Stu-

Gregg Deal

Laura Thompson Justine Sawyer Gwen Ahlers

How to Make a Synclastic Cuff Casey McGovern

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dio Art Classroom

Art Auction - Coppertop 3 8:30-10p Keynote Journal Fodder Junkies - Peak 17 5:30-7p

Peak 14

Beth Collier

Lunch on Your Own 12:30p-1:30p

Peak 12

Kelley DeCleene

Division Forums 11:30a-12p

Peak 11

Sunrise Yoga with Vickie Graber - Pool Area 7-7:45a

Peak 10

Kristin Fong


Conference Schedule FRIDAY, November 4 7:00 AM – 7:45 AM Presenter: Vickie Graber Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM Location: Pool Area Email: grabervickie3@gmail.com

Sunrise Yoga

Start your day with the sun. Energize your body, mind and spirit in this gentle flow yoga practice that harmonizes your day. Bring your yoga mat.

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Pinch Pot Tea Bowls

Presenter: Blake A. Chamness Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: bachamness@gmail.com

Drawing from Abstract

Presenter: Kristin Fong Fee: None Audience:General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 8 Email: kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

Art Meets History: A New Online Resource from the American Museum of Western Art

Presenter: Julie Hanley Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 9 Email: mjbshanley@gmail.com

Paisleys, who knew they were named after a town in Scotland?

Tea, who does not love a cup of tea? These pinch pot will be made with Rocky Mountain Clay for utility purposes. Simple and useful. Technique can be used for formation of larger pieces that is loved by more advanced clay students.

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Presenter: Robbert Schroeder Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 1 Email: clay@rockymountainclay.com

Explore the process of artist Aaron Noble, who creates intricate and beautiful abstract collages from comic books to use as reference for drawings and paintings. I do this project with 7th grade, but it is scalable to any age!

Intimidated by creating interdisciplinary lesson plans? Seeking a fresh approach to old content? Allow the American Museum of Western Art to introduce its new online resources, aimed at connecting visual arts standards to social studies, language arts, and even science.

Participants will learn about the origin of the paisley, reflect on the paisley design in current art and design and create his/her own paisley design. CDE Standard #4 - Relate And Connect to Transfer/5th Grade. 2016 CAEA Fall Conference

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Doodle Break

Presenter: Megan Brockriede Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 11 Email: brockrmn@yahoo.com

Creating Collagraph Prints Part 2

Presenter: Leah Lowe Fee: $1.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 12 Email: V.leah.lowe@gmail.com

Hundertwasser Clay Coil Houses

Presenter: Julie Swanson Davis Fee: None Audience: Middle School Type: Hands On Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 14 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

Leave a Trail! - Paint-Trailed Journals

Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 15 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

So ummm… How do I program this kiln? And other helpful electric kiln info.

Presenter: Sarah Shay Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 16 Email: sarah@odysseydenver.org Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: None

“Engage-mints: The wonderfully fresh new way to engage students in their own learning”

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Presenter: Toni Ratzlaff Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 10 Email: mail2@spirithawk.net

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When kids (or you) just need a break from all the tests, projects and stress--give them a doodle break! Doodling helps them relax and be spontaneous. Come and get ideas and practice some doodling of your own.

I love collagraph printing; a versatile process that can be tailored to a wide range of student ages and ability levels. Focusing on shape and texture, students learn printmaking basics. This is also a great unit to teach composition or incorporate symbolism based on a theme. Come create your own edition of prints!

Friedensreich Hundertwasser! Say that five times fast! If you are looking for a whimsical, high success clay lesson for a wide range of ages then this is your workshop! We will use simple coil techniques to create Hundertwasser Houses! I’ll show you low-tech ways to make really fun architectural relief pieces for 2nd graders on up to High School depending on how complicated you get. In this workshop sponsored by Blick Art Materials, participants will make a dynamic “paint-trailed” book jacket with a nod to the textile-inspired designs of Henri Matisse. By combining painting and printmaking techniques on vibrant felt pieces, you’ll create a new sketchbook or journal cover that really makes a statement!

Programming your electric kiln for maximum glaze potential, never blow up student pots again and learn how to do kiln maintenance to save your budget.

What do students want and need to be engaged in their own learning? How do we transform our Studios into student-driven, creative spaces that allow for this authentic engagement? How do we stay curious about who are students as learners? Join us as we dig several recent projects where students were asked to reflect on and create based on their own learning needs at school.


Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Peak 17 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Art Bikes: Collaborating to Transform the Character of Discarded Bikes

Presenter: Jennifer Smith Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: jsmith@durango.k12.co.us

Proficiency Ladders and Inquiry Based Learning

Presenter: Jessi Walker Co-Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: jessiLw25@gmail.com

So, you want to throw a festival?

Learn how introductory design students worked to transform discarded bicycles into unique “art bikes” which exhibited relevance to history, culture and collaborative problem solving. Curious about trying the TAB approach but worried about proving or documenting the students’ learning? Concerned about students being off task or loosing focus? Explore using proficiency ladders! Ladders are built for student choice and independent engagement but directly correlate to the Colorado standards. Students learn to take ownership over their own learning targets and standards while still exploring art media, subject and skills! I just had the most vivid and powerful dream. Jim Morrison told me the purpose of my life was to put on an arts festival. Learn the ins and outs of throwing an arts festival for your community.

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9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Presenter: Christina Martinez Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 1 Email: martinezch@hcosd.org

CH CH CH Chia Pets

Presenter: Justine Sawyer Fee: $3.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: justine_sawyer@yahoo.com

Tempera and Ink Resist Batik Painting Variations

Presenter: Kelley DeClene Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM- 11:30 AM Location: Peak 8 Email: kjdecleene@gmail.com

Making the Arts Accessible SPED

Come and learn how to make this “pottery that grows”.

View and create variations of the classic tempera and ink resist process to incorporate into your own art-making repertoire and to take back immediately to your classroom. Explore different methods and share tips for success in this engaging studio process.

This session will provide resources and tips for adapting curriculum, instruction, tools and materials to enhance accessibility and maximize meaningful learning for all learners. Participants will learn how art experiences can be personalized using various modes of engagement and expression.

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The Edifying Creative Process: A Framework to Transform Teaching and Learning

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Location: Peak 10 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Beyond Formalism: Rethinking Color and Space Through a Conceptual Framework

Presenter: Ryan Talbot Co-Presenter: Vanessa Scott Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 11 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Installation Art: Designing & Creating Leave Behind Projects for Students

Presenter: Cindy Migliaccio Fee: $5.00 Audience: Middle School Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 12 Email: chmigliaccio@gmail.com

“More Gelli” (Prints)

Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 14 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Titillating Textures in Clay

Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Peak 16 Email: carrieartmann@gmail.com

Dot, Dot, Does a Lot: Make Your Mark and See Where it Takes You

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Presenter: Pamela Cogburn Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 9:30 AM- 11:30 AM Location: Peak 9 Email: pamela.cogburn@dcsdk12.org

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This class presents a re-imagined Creative Process. Participants will create while experiencing a framework that increases student curiosity, engagement, creative and critical thinking and provides a structure for differentiation, self-expression, self-directed learning, authentic assessment and innovative high quality work.

Discover two innovative lessons in which students convey a conceptual viewpoint while incorporating perspective and space, and work in series to illustrate a sound, using color theory and implied motion.

Ever wonder how to go about designing and creating an Art Installation for your students and school? Join 2 educators who have 15+ years experience and leave with ideas + process’ that will inspire your entire school for years to come :)

Gelli printing is a wonderful way to create non toxic, layered & textured prints that are one of a kind. I will demonstrate how to take your prints to a next step by drawing on top of them and cutting them up to create collages. The actual process is very messy and very relaxing. Participants should bring an apron, paint brushes & any extra cheap acrylic paint you have on hand. 15 person limit. Build titillating texturing tools in clay while learning handbuilding basics; pinch, slab, coiling, carving, and hydration control. Techniques for beginners to advanced students. Build hollow forms; roller coils, spheres, cylinders, flying saucers, signature stamps. Leatherhard tools will require bisque firing.

Wonderful Ideas to get your students excited about creating. Inspired by Peter H. Reynolds’ book The Dot. Create a variety “Dots” of your own, and put together a collaborative work that includes all your students.


Keynote Presenter: Journal Fodder Junkies Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture, Hands On Time: 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM Location: Peak 17

Priming the Pump: Creative Kick-Starters

Presenter: Chuck and Collin Parson Co-Presenter: Gwen Ahlers Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: ahlers_gwen@hotmail.com

Teacher Artist or Artist Teacher? Art Source welcomes Artist’s Chuck and Collin Parson

Presenter: Casey McGovern Fee: $15.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: gail@silverfoxstudio.biz

How to Make a Synclastic Cuff

11:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Division Forums

12:30 – 1:30 PM

Lunch on Your Own

Many art educators and other creative professionals struggle with finding time to feed the artist within. Passion with teaching art often takes much of our energy and fills most of our time. What does it take to maintain the artist within to fuel the creative part of us?

This is a great project to make using the versatile GRS Bracelet Former. This tool would be a wonderfuladdition to ANY middle or high school art room. Students can make a wearable, professional looking bracelet in 30 minutes and be quite proud of it. 10 Person Limit.

FRIDAY

1:00 – 3:00 PM

Come and have some art-filled fun in this hands-on workshop as you engage in simple exercises designed to help you tap into your innate creativity. Leave with practical creative games, challenges, and prompts that will keep the creativity flowing.

Bring your own or visit the Skywalk for an $8.00 lunch special.

Presenter: Eric Orr Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: ericmuddorr@yahoo.com

Where the Sky Meets The Ground

Presenter: Casey McGovern Fee: $15.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: gail@silverfoxstudio.biz

How to Make a Synclastic Cuff

Horizons represent a positive view into the distance. Horizons are all around us, whether in nature or the built environment. Participants will delineate, texture and draw their idea of skylines using wet clay in a 2-D tile format.

This is a great project to make using the versatile GRS Bracelet Former. This tool would be a wonderfuladdition to ANY middle or high school art room. Students can make a wearable, professional looking bracelet in 30 minutes and be quite proud of it. 10 Person Limit.

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Presenter: Beth Collier Fee: $3.00 Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: printbethprint@yahoo.com Presenter: Erin Abernathy Fee: $15.00 Audience: General Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: erin@najatools.com

Poetry and Prompts; how to get our High School students to draw more!

With the increase of external pressures like, non-art standards, school wide mandates that require focuses on reading, math or more writing, how do we prioritize our Art Curriculum and find ways to get our students to draw enough? This is a hands on drawing work shop exploring the use of verbal prompts to unlock our students creativity.

Copper & Brass Segment Cuff

This project teaches basic riveting to anyone with no prior metal smithing background. This project is great for beginners and would be easy to implement in middle or high school art rooms. Students can walk away with skills that can be incorporated into other projects as well as a completed bracelet.

Sketchbook Construction and Use!

Presenter: Julie Swanson Davis Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

Inkless Tessellation Prints

Presenter: Mayco Representative Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: bmoreni@maycocolors.com

Surface Decoration with Mayco Designer Silkscreens & Designer Stencils

Presenter: Joyce Baker Fee: $5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: ne_baker@comcast.net

CitraSolv Mixed Media Magic: Risk-Taking and Reconstructing

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Presenter: Sean Henry Fee: $10.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: sean.henry@d51schools.org

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Sketchbooks! This will focus on the process of sketchbook making that can be used in a 6th-12th grade classroom. I’ll show you the basics of construction and we’ll elaborate on design together!

Think printmaking requires ink? Think again! Beginning with a simple technique for making tessellating tiles, this Blick Art Materials workshop will teach you how to use transparent etched film and watersoluble crayons to make repeating patterns that are inkless, imperfect, and intriguing!

Join our Mayco Representative to learn helpful hints and tips about the popular Designer Silkscreens while learning of new techniques with Designer Stencils. This fun and innovative, hands-on workshop will have your creativity blooming throughout!

Deepen your exploration of mixed media collage by spreading a natural cleanser, CitraSolve, on National Geographic pages to revamp the original images. Dissolving the ink in numerous ways adds excitement of discovery when reconstructing with collage and adding other media to complete your work.


Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Lecture Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: carrieartmann@gmail.com

Rally around the Arts: Unifying Event in a Rural K-12 School

Presenter: Lynn Cox Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: lcox@hastings.edu

DADA: The 100 year anniversary of a movement that changed the world of Art

Presenter: Kristin Fong Audience: General Type: Lecture, Interactive Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

Project-Based Learning at the American Museum of Western Art

Presenter: Tom Burkle Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: burklezoo@gmail.com

Purpose Inspired Art - A Structure for Choice-Based Art

Keynote Presenter: Gregg Deal Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture, Interactive Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Coppertop 3

Art Activism: Using Messages to Inform Content and Engagement

Arts are often sidelined, especially in rural schools. Learn how one school is making art central. Art, Wellness, literacy, Student Council, and Vocational organizations all come together around a unifying theme in a community wide event.

This lecture will present an examination of the origins of DADA. What events precipitated the birth of this ‘movement’? What is the DadaGlobe? How did DADA forever alter the aesthetic of ‘high art’?

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Through project-based learning, students gain real-life experience and skills through investigation, they respond to complex questions, and overcome challenges. Explore a few of AMWA’s past successes, and learn how this experience might be a great fit for your school.

Experience a choice-based art classroom. Plan and make art with purpose in mind, consciously making all of your studio decisions based on that purpose. Experience selecting your own subject matter, purpose, materials, elements and principles and styles.

A look at how Art Activism uses content to relay social, political and cultural messages for engagement and critical thought.

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Presenter: Linda Tong Fee: $3.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: lrtong@dcsdk12.org

DIY Sketchbooks - Bound with Creativity!

Students CAN create their OWN sketchbooks!!! Join us to learn how to make your own unique sketchbook. Transfer this learning to student created sketchbooks that are totally personalized and differentiated for all student needs and skill levels.

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TAB, objectives, standards and grading

Presenter: Lynn Cox Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: lcox@hastings.edu

DADA: The 100 year anniversary of a movement that changed the world of Art

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Contemporaneity: Maintaining a Fresh Roster of Contemporary Artists

Presenter: Laura Knudsen Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: lauraknudsenw@ymail.com

Sketchbook and Learning Cross-Curricular

Presenter: Bethany Haizlett Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: bethanyhaizlett@gmail.com

Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind

Presenter: Michael Harbridge Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture, Hands On Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: mike.harbridge@royalbrush.com

Everything You Need to Know About Brushes

FRIDAY

Presenter: Kelly Beach Co-Presenter: Jessi Walker Fee: None Audience: Middle School Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: kbeach@bromleyeastcs.org

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Go beyond centers and studios in this group discussion regarding the implementation of objectives, state standards, and grading pitfalls. Most of this discussion will revolve around middle school TAB/choice but could be adopted to elementary or high school.

This lecture will present an examination of the origins of DADA. What events precipitated the birth of this ‘movement’? What is the DadaGlobe? How did DADA forever alter the aesthetic of ‘high art’?

Adding new artists to your curriculum can be daunting. This session introduces current artists and offers strategies on how to add new artists in your K-12 curriculum.

How do sketchbook promote cross-curricular learning? Or is it the other way does learning in other content areas promote creativity? Resent research done in a high school Drawing I class explored these connections through students Source Workbooks where they explored, experimented, researched, reflected and analysis their Individual Guided Project. How can we best provide high quality Visual Arts instruction to children from low socio-economic backgrounds? Using key points from Eric Jensen’s “Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind” and Ruby K. Payne’s “Bridges Out of Poverty”for guidance, we will collaboratively examine and design effective strategies ready for immediate use in our classrooms. Receive a set of brushes with various hair types and shapes, paper and color so they can learn about the different types of hair, how the brushes are used and what type of products work best, and proper brush care. For ourselves and students.


Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: $ 5.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

How to be bad, in a good way, with underglaze and other surface decoration.

Presenter: Elizabeth Stanbro Co-Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: estanbro@aol.com

How does a non arts administrator recognize a quality arts classroom?

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

Tool Books: Students Tracking Their Own Learning

Presenter: Patrick Fahey Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Location: Peak 17 Email: patrick.fahey@colostate.edu

Outsider or Visionary Art? You decide!

Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: kpepper@bayfield.k12.co.us

TAB 101-Reconstruct Your World to a Choice Based Classroom!

Presenter: Laura Thompson

Pacing the AP Studio Art Classroom

Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Current Visual Arts education provides a way of engaging students into explorations of concepts important to a current global culture. This presentation will provide tools, rubrics and examples to recognize and advocate for arts instruction exploring themes and students’ ideas.

In choice-based artrooms, students pursue individual learning paths. Put them in charge of organizing their own thinking, learning, and reflecting. Help them create their own resource, tool book, to document work and make their learning accessible for themselves. Brainstorm possibilities!

FRIDAY

Co-Presenters: Justine Sawyer, Gwen Ahlers

Explore under glaze decoration, Mishima, sgraffito, etching and more. How to drawing drawing in your ceramics curriculum.

This presentation examines the work of Outsider or Visionary artists; how they perceive and share their image of the world; and how their vision might inform our teaching and the types of images we offer our students as they reflect on and make art.

Once you go Choice Based you can never go back! This workshop will give you the tools necessary to take those steps. If I can make the change after twenty+ years of teaching so can you!

Whether you are a new or experienced AP teacher, please join us as we talk about strategies and best practices for pacing the yearlong AP Studio Art Program. We will discuss how to build the program, student recruiting, summer homework, breadth techniques, scaffolding classes with all 3 portfolios and more!

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ARTS ADVOCACY BREAKFAST KEYNOTE

Saturday • 8-9 AM in Peak 17

Gregg Deal is a husband, father, artist and a member of the Paiute Tribe of Pyramid Lake. As a provocative contemporary artist-activist much of Deal’s work deals with Indigenous identity and pop culture, touching on issues of race relations, historical consideration and stereotype. With this work—including paintings, mural work, and performance art—Deal critically examines issues within Indian country such as decolonization, the Native mascot issue (locally and across the U.S.) and appropriation. Deal, who was based in the Washington, D.C. metro region for 17 years, was most recently Native Arts Artist-in-Residence at the Denver Art Museum and participated in the Smithsonian group installation, CrossLines. His art has been exhibited nationally since 2002. Deal has lectured widely at prominent educational institutions and museums, including: Denver Art Museum’s “Creative Mornings”; Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.; Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian, Washington, D.C.; and University of Colorado Boulder. His television appearances have included “The Daily Show” and W. Kamau Bell’s “Totally Biased.” 54

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SATURDAY HIGHLIGHTS

MASTER CLASSES

Michael Cellan

Drawing the Naked Figure Saturday Morning 9:00 AM Old Masonic Hall Main Floor Biography: Michael is a retired art teacher who has taught everything and all ages. My work is whatever I feel like doing at the time.

Sharon McCoy

Volumetric Forms: Not Your Mother’s Teapot Saturday Afternoon 1:00 PM Ceramics Studio

Biography: Sharon McCoy was born in Chula Vista California on August 30, 1056. She moved to Monte Vista, Colorado in April 1980 where she me and married Glen McCoy. They raised two children, Jason and Cortney. Glen and Sharon grow potatoes and Coors Barley on their mountain valley farm. Sharon attended Adams State University in Alamosa, Colorado, to receive both her BA and MA Degrees. She began her studies at ASU to learn how to use the potters wheel. It was there, at ASU , that she fell in love with clay. Sharon earned her MFA at Fort Hays State University. Sharon leads workshops, presenting lectures, exhibiting her work in galleries, and works as a studio artist in her rural Colorado studio.

Rick Louie

Keys and Tools to Creating a Masterful Landscape Image Saturday Morning 9:00 AM Mountain View Walk About Biography: Rick Louie is an accomplished Colorado Landscape Photographer. He has a passion for creating landscape, nature, and cityscape images. His joy comes in capturing images as he travels and explores and shares those experiences through fine art images. He has been photographing on an doff since high school and loves using the camera to capture the beautiful images of places he sees and people he meets and he explores this beautiful planet. His images have been featured in publications such as Colorado’s Tourism Guide, and for various commercial entities such as Microsoft, Bank of America, Chevron, Rogers Communications, Cabria University, Cafe Press, Siemens, 3M, Oracle, Pearson Education, Invensys Eurotherm, and McGraw-Hill Education, His artwork can also be found in American Furniture Warehouse Stores. His passion is producing landscape and nature fine art images, but he still very much enjoys to work commercially with businesses and individuals to produce their corporate images and personal artwork. He is also a photo tour guide. He loves taking people around our beautiful state of Colorado, sharing wonderful locations and loves teaching what he knows so that others can produce beautiful Colorado landscape photography for themselves.

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EDUCATOR EFFECTIVENESS with Donna Goodwin Saturday • 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM in Peak 17

In this session we will discuss research-based

shifts and high impact teaching strategies in the Visual Arts and how to access resources created by Colorado Educators at the District Sample Curriculum Project Phase IV All Students:All Standards Institute. We will examine CDE’s Assessment resources and Practical Guides for Evaluating Art Teachers as well as get an update on ESSA and the CAS review and revision process and how you can get involved.

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SUNRISE YOGA 7-7:45 AM Pool Area

Bring your TV watchin’ pants and let Vicki Graber start your day off with a gentle yoga flow for all levels. Bring your yoga mat.

VENDOR HALL HOURS

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM in Peaks 2-5 Across from Registration

REGIONAL FORUMS

SATURDAY • 12-12:30-12 PM Look for Regional Forum information at the registration table.

coppertop II Open TAB Studio - Finish Original Projects Leave Books and Supplies Take Books and Supplies Share Materials and Plans Leave 25 copies for people - Open all Day

Grab a bite for lunch at the Skywalk Market! Lunch Specials $8

ART MART

Saturday • 5-6 PM in the Vendor Hall Members set up their booths and sell their fantastic art! Go buy something cool!

Awards Banquet Saturday • 6:30-8:30 PM in Peak 17

Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2015 CAEA award recipients!

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Saturday

7-7:45a

8-9a

9:15-10:15a

Peak 1

10:30a-12:30p

12:30-1p

1-2p

Sharon JacobsonSpeedy

Peak 6/7

Peak 8

SATURDAY

Peak 15

Javier Gonzalez

Blake A. Chamness

10:30-11:30

Big Picture Thinking

INter Change

Alexandra Overby

Patrick Fahey Lauren Cronen

Connie Stewart

Peak 16

The Chemistry

2-4p

and Artistry of

The Chemistry and Artistry of

Fabric Dyeing

Fabric Dyeing

Carrie Miller Joseph Chiavinni

Carrie Miller Joseph Chiavinni

Comics and Games, Oh My!

Sugar Skulls Vanessa Hayes-Quintana “More Gelli” (Prints)

Cindy Migliaccio Creating a Watercolor/ Monotype Monoprint

Sieger Hartgers

Coppertop 2

Coppertop 3

Tom Burkle Kevin Siemers

Jennifer Smith Upcycled Can Jewelry Pamela Farris

Mini to Master Monoprints

Arts for Colorado

Romona Lapsley

John Epps

2-4p Build Your Neighborhood with Paper Clay Michael Jackson

Linda Slobodin

Connie Stewart

Allison Pickett

10:30-11:30 Art in a Box

Balancing Act

Photography of Art

Lisa M.W. Eldred

Miranda Ziegler

Journal Fodder Junkies Keynote Visual Journal Images Meets World 10:30a-2:30p working lunch

Critical Advocacy Abi Paytae Gbayee

Confessions of a High School TAB Newbie

Colorado TAB Open Discussion

Defining and Planning with Choice Continuum

Jody Chapel

Dale Zalmstra

Tom Burkle

DaVinci Institute Portrait Drawing for Art Teachers

Art Activism

Mandy Hallenius

Beaver Run Lobby

Susie Gray

Artology 2.0 iPads in the Art Room

Christy Loehr

Gregg Deal

3:30-5p

Practice Grading of AP Artwork Laura Thompson Justine Sawyer Gwen Ahlers

Photo Walk 2-4p Alexandra Overby

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9p-12a

Proficiency Ladders & Inquiry Based Learning

Artwork about Work

11:30a-12:30p Administrators & Multicultural Art

Peak 17

Using Artist’s Purpose to Spark Creativity

SEE What Develops

Rachael Delaney

6:30-8:30p

Saturday Night Bash - Coppertop 3 9p-12a Awards Banquet 6:30-8:30p Art Mart - Vendor Hall 5-6p

Peak 14

Ryan Talbot

Lunch on Your Own 12:30p-1:30p

Peak 12

Drawing from Abstract

Illya Kowalchuk

5-6p

Dana Provence Guatemalan Backstrap Weaving

Regional Forums 12:30-1p

Peak 11

Educator Effectiveness with Donna Goodwin 9:15-10:15a

Peak 10

3:30-4:30p

Grid Drawing with Zentangles

Digital Art Discussion

Art Advocacy Breakfast with Gregg Deal 8-9a Sunrise Yoga with Vickie Graber - Pool Area 7-7:45a

Peak 9

2-3p

2-4p Jewelry Casting on the Cheap & Unique

Construct/ Reconstruct/ Re-Purpose


7:00 AM – 7:45 AM Presenter: Vickie Graber Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 7:00 AM - 7:45 AM Location: Pool Area Email: grabervickie3@gmail.com

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM 9:15 AM – 10:15 AM

Conference Schedule SATURDAY, November 5 Sunrise Yoga

Start your day with the sun. Energize your body, mind and spirit in this gentle flow yoga practice that harmonizes your day. Bring your yoga mat.

Arts Advocacy Breakfast featuring Keynote Gregg Deal in the Peak 17 Banquet Room Educator Effectiveness with Donna Goodwin

10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Presenter: Sharon Jacobson-Speedy Fee: $6.00 Audience: High School Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: speedywheat@aol.com

Construct/Reconstruct/Re-purpose

Presenter: Ryan Talbot Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Grid Drawing with Zentangles

Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: alexaoverby@gmail.com

Digital Art Classroom Discussion

Take Grid Drawing to the next level with Zentangles. Using Chuck Close and Contour Line drawings of Picasso and Matisse, I will then introduce how I’ve been using Zentagles to engage students to meditate on ways to embellish a traditional drawing.

Teach in a digital studio (photography, graphic design, etc.)? Come join us to brainstorm and share ideas and make connections to others who work in the same paradigm. Let’s work together to create engaging and powerful experiences for our students!

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SATURDAY

Create etched design, construct metal beads, reconstruct and/or re-purpose old jewelry pieces. Workshop time will be spent creating two to three variations of cold connection metal beads. Any additional time can be used to combine, reconstruct or re-purpose with beads old jewelry/beads participants bring to use.


The Chemistry and Artistry of Fabric Dyeing

Presenter: Angela Faris Belt Co-Presenter: Katie Caron Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: FRIDAY 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: angelafarisbelt@gmail.com

The NEW Community College!

Presenter: Vanessa Hayes-Quintana Fee: $2.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: sayhayes@mac.com

Sugar Skulls

Presenter: Cindy Migliaccio Fee: None Audience: Middle School Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: chmigliaccio@gmail.com

“More Gelli” (Prints)

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $ 7.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On, Lecture Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

Creating a Watercolor Monotype/Monoprint

Presenter: Linda Slobodin Fee: $1.00 Audience: High School Type: Lecture, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: lslobodin@gamil.com

SEE What Develops

SATURDAY

Presenter: Carrie Miller Co-Presenter: Joseph Chiavinni Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: carrie@prettybrainy.com

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In this hands on workshop, participants will learn how they can use the natural dye indigo to bring textiles as well as interdisciplinary learning into their classrooms. While experimenting with dye techniques, we will discuss the chemistry behind this exciting process.

Introduces Arapahoe Community College’s Art & Design Center, and discusses significant changes happening across the country in Community College education. From programs to finances to faculty, see the advantages of ACC, and arrange for our faculty to visit your classes.

Learn to create amazing authentic calavares and take home some ideas about how to celebrate Dia De Los Muertos in your school.

Gelli printing is a wonderful way to create non toxic, layered & textured prints that are one of a kind. I will demonstrate how to take your prints to a next step by drawing on top of them and cutting them up to create collages. The actual process is very messy and very relaxing. Participants should bring an apron, paint brushes & any extra cheap acrylic paint you have on hand. 15 person limit.

Use watercolor and createx paints, to create monoprints from plastic monotype plates.

Informative session for those teaching darkroom photography with minimal knowledge. ALL areas of setting up a lab and successfully managing a darkroom and classroom will covered, including chemical & equipment lists and lesson ideas.


Presenter: Rachael Delaney Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 11:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: rdelane3@msudenver.edu

Thinking Inside and Outside the Box

Presenter: Christy Loehr Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture, Interactive Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: christyloer@gmail.com

Administrators and Multi Cultural Art

Keynote Presenter: Journal Fodder Junkies Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM Location: Peak 17

The Visual Journal: Where the Image Meets the Word

Presenter: Jody Chapel Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: jodybchapel@gmail.com

Reconstructing My Course: Confessions of a High School TAB Newbie

Presenter: Mandy Hallenius Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: mandyhallenius@gmail.com

DaVinci Institute Portrait Drawing for Art Teachers

12:30 PM – 1:00 PM

Regional Forums

12:30 PM – 1:30 PM

Lunch on Your Own

Examine romantic notions of creativity by taking a look at creativity research and how creative people use their experience, knowledge, and training to identify good problems to solve. While discussing the eight stages of the creative process contemporary artists that “think outside of the box” will be highlighted as exemplars of the process. questions, ideas, laptops for research and sharing. Is it okay for Justin Bieber to have dreadlocks? Should elementary students make totem poles with toilet paper tubes? Let’s explore what cultural appropriation means to art educators and how we can communicate our ideas of art and culture to our school and administrators in a positive and meaningful way.

Explore the creative possibilities of a Visual Journal in this mixed media workshop as a place to record, explore, reflect, and express. Experiment with a variety of media, techniques, and concepts as you merge the image with the word.

Participants will learn realistic portrait drawing skills, including how to set up and light a model in a way that sets up the artist for success. Skill-based block-in and shading techniques will be covered. Throughout the workshop an emphasis will be placed on how to break each skill into lesson plans for use in teachers’ home classrooms.

Bring your own or visit the Skywalk for an $8.00 lunch special.

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SATURDAY

Learn how I converted my class into a full TAB (Teaching for Artistic Behavior) in the middle of the semester. Learn from my mistakes and successes and share your own! Workshop will include a hands on idea-prompting activity.


Jewelry Casting on the Cheap & Unique

Presenter: Javier Gonzalez Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: fjgonzalez@adams.edu

Guatemalan Backstrap Weaving

Presenter: Patrick Fahey Co-Presenter: Lauren Cronen Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: patrick.fahey@colostate.edu

Big Picture Thinking! Hands-on, Heads-in Professional Development for K-12 Art Educators

Presenter: Carrie Miller Co-Presenter: Joseph Chiavinni Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 2:00 PM - 4 PM Location: Peak 9 Email: carrie@prettybrainy.com

The Chemistry and Artistry of Fabric Dyeing

Presenter: Susie Gray Co-Presenters: Tom Burkle & Kevin Siemers Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: gray.ssw@gmail.com

Using Artist’s Purpose to Spark Creativity and Guide Student Thinking

SATURDAY

Presenter: Dana Provence Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive/Lecture Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: Peak 1 Email: dprovence@adams.edu

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View a cuttlebone casting presentation, followed by hands on design and creation of unique cast designs. With an emphasis on low cost and big results, participants will carve original designs into cuttlebone that will then be mated up with hard charcoal blocks. This two-piece mold will receive the molten pewter and solidify the design. The pewter will be melted using an inexpensive single electric burner. This session will focus on the Guatemalan culture. Participants will get the opportunity to learn about the history and weaving techniques from Guatemala as well as an opportunity to create their very own Guatemalan backstrap weaving loom.

This presentation is offered as a case-study on a professional development experience for art educators. Grounded in art making, participants explore UBD, big thinking strategies, an emergent curriculum model, technology, and new national standards to create curriculum about “Identity”.

In this hands on workshop, participants will learn how they can use the natural dye indigo to bring textiles as well as interdisciplinary learning into their classrooms. While experimenting with dye techniques, we will discuss the chemistry behind this exciting process.

Kevin will share classroom critiques of the artist’s purpose in masterworks. Susie will look at leading students to begin with the purpose when planning their artworks in a choice-based art classroom. Tom will discuss making studio decisions based on purpose.


Presenter: Ramona Lapsley Fee: $ 3.00 Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 12 Email: bluefishmanitou@aol.com

Mini to Master Monoprints

Presenter: Michael Jackson Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: Peak 14 Email: michaelj@continentalclay.com

Build Your Neighborhood with Paper Clay

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Artwork about Work

Presenter: Lisa M.W. Eldred Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: lisa.Eldred@botanicgardens.org

Balancing Act: Training Artists to Weigh Personal Interpretation & Public Communication

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

Colorado TAB Open Discussion

Key Note Presenter: Gregg Deal Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Location: Coppertop 3

Art Activism: Using Messages to Inform Content and Engagement

Monoprints can be made large or small with children of all ages. Materials can range from water crayons, finger paint, acrylic or “official” printing mediums. This workshop will cover a number of ways to make Monoprints with and especially without a press.

Recreate your home, your town, your world! Lesson will guide you through 3D clay construction of your students’ view of their world. Incorporates local and historical architecture. This hand-building lesson plan can be adapted for success at all teaching levels. Bring a small box to transport project home! This presentation will explore jobs, labor and work activities as topics for the art class room. Resources and images from contemporary artists looking at different aspects of work and labor will discussed. Ideas will be applied to the k-12 curriculum.

A time to discuss choice-based art education. Share thoughts and discoveries from the conference. For both those implementing their own version of choice-based art and for those who are just curious. Let’s share what’s working, what’s not, and what’s next!

A look at how Art Activism uses content to relay social, political and cultural messages for engagement and critical thought

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SATURDAY

Hear a museum professional address gaps in artist skill sets that can be honed in higher education and high school to foster the ability to communicate vision with words, accommodate stakeholders, understand budgets, engage viewers, and adapt to any opportunity.


Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Location: Beaver Run Lobby Email: alexaoverby@gmail.com

Photo Walk

Come participate in a downtown Photowalk! Suggestions for increasing your students’ observational skills and how to use this technique will be discussed. Dress for the weather and bring a camera (smartphone is fine). Photo work displayed before the awards dinner.

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM Drawing from Abstract

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 8 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

INterChange: Arts in Contemporary and Traditional Culture

Presenter: Jennifer Smith Fee: None Audience: General Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 10 Email: jsmith@durango.k12.co.us

Proficiency Ladders and Inquiry Based Learning

Presenter: Pamela Farris Fee: $2.00 Audience: Middle School Type: Hands On, Interactive, Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 11 Email: arcadiademedina@gmail.com

Upcycled Can Jewelry

SATURDAY

Presenter: Blake A. Chamness Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands On Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 6/7 Email: bachamness@gmail.com

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Explore the process of artist Aaron Noble, who creates intricate and beautiful abstract collages from comic books to use as reference for drawings and paintings. I do this project with 7th grade, but it is scaleable to any age!

How do teachers honor the cultures of their students and provide thoughtful information about cultural heritages and contemporary artmaking? This workshop will present questions, dialogue and resources presented at the 2016 CIAE Institute “INterChange: Arts in Contemporary and Traditional Culture.

Curious about trying the TAB approach but worried about proving or documenting the students’ learning? Concerned about students being off task or loosing focus? Explore using proficiency ladders! Ladders are built for student choice and independent engagement but directly correlate to the Colorado standards. Students learn to take ownership over their own learning targets and standards while still exploring art media, subject and skills! Instead of recycling, why not upcycle? You will be amazed by what your students will create. Take some cans, brads, eyelets, paper punches and tools and make some pretty wild jewelry pieces!

Arts For Colorado: Advocating for You

What advocacy resources are available at the state level through Arts for Colorado (AFC)? How can you leverage these resources at the local level? AFC is a nonpartisan, statewide nonprofit 501(c)4 organization dedicated to facilitating advocacy for Colorado’s arts and culture.


Presenter: Allison Pickett Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 15 Email: allison_pickett@dpsk12.org

Artology 2.0 - Using iPads in the Art Room

Presenter: Miranda Ziegler Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 16 Email: allison_pickett@dpsk12.org

Photography of Art

Presenter: Abi Paytae Gbayee Fee: None Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Peak 17 Email: abipaytoegbayee@gmail.com

Critical Advocacy

Presenter: Tom Burkle Fee: None Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM Location: Coppertop 2 Email: burklezoo@gmail.com

Defining and Planning with the Choice Continuum

Presenter: Laura Thompson Co-Presenters: Justine Sawyer, Gwen Ahlers Fee: None Audience: High School Type: Lecture, Interactive Time: 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Location: Coppertop 3 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Practice Grading of AP Artwork

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Art mART in the Vendor Hall, Peaks 2-5

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Awards Banquet in the Peak 17 Banquet Room

9:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Saturday Night Bash!

Whether you have one iPad, a set of iPads, or you have 1:1 iPads, this is the workshop for you! We go over all of the ways to use iPads without losing any creativity in your art room.

Come learn new tricks to photograph artwork. We will cover camera choices, lighting, backgrounds and editing/saving files. This workshop is geared towards educators who want to photograph their own artwork, or their students artwork for digital portfolios and online submission for art competitions and events.

Join us in discussion of best practice and strategies to engage in advocacy. Discover ways to include students and community members in advocacy efforts. Come prepared to interact and share experiences, struggles and successes.

SATURDAY

Use a simple tool to measure the choice levels you currently offer to your students. Begin designing units of study that lead students from lessons of less student choice toward lessons of more student choice.

Join an AP Studio Art Reader (jury member), and 2 master AP teachers as we explain the reading process. Bring student artwork, or digital samples of student work to grade using the AP Rubric. We will attempt to de-mystify how AP readers come to your students grade. We will use a rubric that you can use in your class to show students their AP predictor grade, as well as strategies to help students improve the work and overall grade.

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CAEA Awards Banquet

Saturday • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM in Peak 17 Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2016 CAEA award recipients.

2015 CAEA Awards Recipients

Who do you know?

... that is an art education super hero? ... is making an impact in their classroom or community?

Nominate that special person you know to be recognized for their accomplishments! For information, visit www.caeaco.org

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Saturday Night Bash 9-12 • in Coppertop 3

SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS

Breakfast with the President 8:00 - 9:00 AM • Suite 28190 • No Keys Necesssary

Representative Council Conference Wrap Up & Clean Up * Bubble Wrap 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Not Included

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Professional Development Credit Form Colorado Art Education Association Fall Conference “Reconstructing the World Through Art� November 3 - 6, 2016 - Breckenridge, Colorado *Fill out the date, name of workshops and hours attended. *Bring to the registration table for official, CAEA stamp. *CDE gives one credit per 15 hours of time. *It is your responsibility to send this to the Colorado Department of Education to receive credit. Date

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Name of Workshop

Hours


Fax: (970)351‐1870    Office: (970)351‐2955    You are registering for UNC credit for the following course:        Instructor  Connie Stewart

Title Colorado Art Education Association Fall Conference: Reconstructing the World through Art

Prefix/#/Section ART 513-609

excinfo@unco.edu   Term: fall  2016  CRN 

Credits   1

Tuition $60

Important Dates:  

Add Deadline*:  11/14/2016  Drop Deadline: 11/14/2016    *To be enrolled in the course, this form must be submitted before the Add Deadline to allow time for processing *  Return form to:  Connie Stewart at connie.stewart@unco.edu or the fax number above  Social Security Number*_________/_______/_________ or UNC Bear Number_______________________ Birth Date_____/_____/______

*Only provide if you have a SS# and do not have a Bear ID

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If yes, former or maiden name under which previously registered? ____________________________________________________

Full Legal Name____________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Suffix (example Jr., Sr., III) Mailing Address____________________________________________________________________________________________ City_______________________________________________________State_____________________Zip___________________ Home Phone ____________________________________

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COLLEGE!OF!PERFORMING!AND!VISUAL!ARTS! School!of!Art!&!Design! Fall!2016! ART!513G609:!Colorado!Art!Education!

Association!Fall!Conference;!“Reconstructing!the! World!through!Art”! ! Course!Dates:!Conference:!November!3@6,!2016;! see!below!for!assignment!deadline! Location:!Beaver!Run!Resort,!Breckenridge,! Colorado! Credits:!One!UNC!Graduate!Credit! Tuition:!$60.00! Prerequisites:!none! Grading:!S/U! Instructor:!Connie!Stewart!Ph.D.! connie.stewart@unco.edu! 970@351@2426! ! ! UNC@@Guggenheim!Hall,!Box!30,!Greeley,!CO!80639! !

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Registration!&!Paper!Deadlines:!!

Submit!completed!registration!form!to!Connie! Stewart!at:!connie.stewart@unco.edu! Submit!form!by!8!AM!on!November!14,!2016!or! hand!it!to!her!at!the!CAEA!Conference.! Registration!will!absolutely!not!be!accepted!after! 8AM!on!November!14,!2016! ! * NO!money!is!collected!at!the!time!of!registration.! The!university!will!bill!you!after!receiving!your! registration.!DO!NOT!send!a!check!to!Connie! Stewart!for!the!course.! ! *!Paper!must!be!submitted!by!November!28th,!2016.!! Email!to!Connie!Stewart!at! connie.stewart@unco.edu.!

Course!Description:!!

•!ART!513!is!provided!by!the!University!of!Northern!Colorado!to!“Update!skills!and!knowledge!of! professionals!in!the!discipline.!Goals!and!objectives!will!be!specifically!directed!at!individual!professional! enhancement!rather!than!the!acquisition!of!general!discipline!knowledge!or!methodologies.!S/U!or!letter! graded.!Repeatable,!under!different!subtitles.”! •!This!course!will!require!participants!to!explore!the!themes!presented!at!the!2016!Colorado!Art!Education! Conference!with!further!readings,!research!and!reflexive!writings.!! !

Course!Requirements:!

1. Attend!CAEA!Fall!Conference!2016.! 2. Pay!special!attention!to!workshops!and!keynotes!that!discuss!the!role!of!art!in!a!social!context.! 3. In!addition!to!new!ideas!presented!at!the!conference,!look!up!the!following!artists:! ! ! Gregg!Deal!http://greggdeal.com/! ! ! The!Journal!Fodder!Junkies!http://journalfodderjunkies.com/! 4.!Read!and!be!prepared!to!discuss!the!following:!

Ballengee-Morris, C.; Stuhr P. (2001) Multicultural Art and Visual Cultural Education in a Changing World Art Education, Vol. 54, No. 4, pp. 6-13! Sanders-Bustle, L. (2008) Visual Artifact Journals as Creative and Critical Springboards for Meaning Making. Art Education; May 2008; 61, 3

The!articles!can!be!emailed!to!you!by!Connie!Stewart!if!requested! ! !

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5.!“Reconstructing!the!World!through!Art!“can!refer!to!how!we!as!learners!construct!our!own!worlds!by!our! artmaking!or!how!we!can!attempt!to!reconstruct!the!larger!social!and!cultural!world!we!live!in.!!The!Journal! Junkies!and!Sanders@Bustle!show!how!personal!worlds!are!reconstructed!through!contextualization!of!objects! and!artifacts!from!daily!life.!!Christine!Ballengee@Morris,!Patricia!Stuhr!and!Gregg!Deal!use!art!as!a!tool!to! challenge!and!reconstruct!assumed!cultural!norms.!Other!presenters!at!CAEA!will!provide!ideas!about!how!art! is!a!meaningful!tool!for!personal!and!societal!change.!! ! Write!an!essay!that!addresses!the!following!questions:! How!do!you!convey!meaning!in!your!own!artwork?!Do!you!make!art!with!a!purpose!of!constructing!new! experiences!of!the!world!or!reconstructing!existing!structures?!How!do!the!meanings!and!purposes!of! your!art!making!experience!reflect!the!interests!of!the!students!in!your!classroom!and!how!do!they! differ?!!!How!can!you!use!journals!and!other!personal!reflexive!art!forms!to!give!your!students!self@ agency?!Do!you!address!culturally!sensitive!and!possibly!controversial!artists!in!your!classroom?!!How?! Incorporate!in!your!response!anything!that!you!have!learned!at!the!Fall!Conference!and!from!the! suggested!readings!and!websites.!Use!ideas!from!the!keynote!speakers,!various!workshops!or!in! dialogue!with!attendees.!Include!at!least!one!application!to!your!current!teaching!or!artmaking.!Paper! must!be!at!least!3!word@processed!pages.!Use!the!proper!attribution.! *!Please!DO,NOT,turn,in!a!log!of!presenters’!signatures!for,this,UNC,credit.!That!log!is!a!requirement!for! professional!development!credit!for!licensure!to!be!submitted!to!CDE.!! !

UNC!Policies:!

1. !Student!Handbook:!UNC’s!policies!and!recommendations!for!academic!misconduct!will!be!followed.! Consult!your!student!handbook!for!university!policies!on!student!conduct!in!the!classroom,!online,! cheating,!plagiarism,!and!other!academic!expectations.! (http://www.unco.edu/dos/handbook/index.html).!You!are!expected!to!attend!to!BlackBoard!online!and! take!responsibility!for!your!own!learning.! 2. Disability!Support!Services:!Students!who!believe!that!they!may!need!accommodations!in!this!class!are! encouraged!to!contact!the!Disability!Support!Services!at!(voice/TTY)!(970)!351@2289,!or!fax!(970)!351@ 4166,!or!visit!www.unco.edu/dss!as!soon!as!possible!to!ensure!that!accommodations!are!implemented!in! a!timely!fashion.! 3. Honor!Code:!All!members!of!the!University!of!Northern!Colorado!community!are!entrusted!with!the! responsibility!to!uphold!and!promote!five!fundamental!values:!Honesty,!Trust,!Respect,!Fairness,!and! Responsibility.!These!core!elements!foster!an!atmosphere,!inside!and!outside!of!the!classroom,!which! serves!as!a!foundation!and!guides!the!UNC!community’s!academic,!professional,!and!personal!growth.! Endorsement!of!these!core!elements!by!students,!faculty,!staff,!administration,!and!trustees!strengthens! the!integrity!and!value!of!our!academic!climate.! !

WITHDRAWALS:!

Short!courses!(courses!that!do!not!meet!for!the!entire!semester)! You!may!withdraw!from!individual!short!courses!using!URSA!through!the!drop!deadline!of!the!course.!Please! see!the!short@course!calendar!for!specific!deadlines.!It!is!your!responsibility!to!know!the!drop!deadlines!for! your!courses.!There!is!no!adjustment!made!to!the!tuition.! ! Complete!Course!Withdrawal!Procedure! If!you!need!to!completely!withdraw!from!your!entire!schedule!for!the!semester,!please!contact!the!Office!of! the!Registrar!at!970@351@2231!or!registrar@unco.edu!to!begin!the!withdrawal!process.!Additional!withdrawal! information!may!be!found!at! http://www.unco.edu/regrec/Current%20Students/Registration/Withdrawal.html.!! !

Billing:!

You!will!be!billed!by!the!UNC!Bursar's!office.!Accounts!not!paid!in!full!by!the!end!of!the!month!that!you!receive! the!bill!for!your!tuition,!you!will!be!assessed!a!monthly!finance!charge.!

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