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2017CAEA

fall conference

it's always

TIME for art

November 2-5 Breckenridge, Colorado


Keynote Highlights Michael Bell is a renowned American artist, most famous for his larger-than-life sized narrative series paintings and for his portrait clientele. In the field of education, Bell has been a pioneer of the Visual Journaling movement across the nation for over a decade. Bell is a National Board Certified, Maryland Public Schools Teacher of the Year and has received numerous accolades over his career, including: the 2013 NAHS National Sponsor of the Year. Purchase Michael’s new book: http://tinyurl.com/DualLives Learn more about Michael at http://www.mbellart.com/bio.html

keynote speaker

Michael Bell

Thursday, November 2 4:00-5:00pm

keynote speaker

Portia Munson

Portia Munson is a visual artist who works in a range of mediums including photography, painting, sculpture and installation and focuses primarily on environmental and cultural themes seen from a feminist perspective. She was born in Beverly, Massachusetts in 1961. She holds a BFA from Cooper Union (1983) and an MFA from Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers, University (1990). She attended Showhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 1987. She has been awarded multiple residencies and has taught at New York University, Yale School of Art, Vassar College and SUNY Purchase. Learn more about Portia at http://www.portiamunson.com

Friday, November 3 4:30-5:30pm Leopold Segedin was born in Chicago in 1927, received his BFA (1948) and MFA (1950) from the University of Illinois. He has taught at the University of Illinois (assistantship, 1948-50), U.S. Army Engineers (drafting, 1952-54) and at Northeastern Illinois University (1955-87). He has also taught at the Horwich JCC and the Evanston Art Center. He is Art Professor Emeritus at Northeastern Illinois University. He retired in 1987 after teaching there for 32 years. Learn more about Leo at http://www.leopoldsegedin.com

Art Advocacy Breakfast

Leo Segedin

Saturday, November 4 8:00-9:00am


Keynote Workshop Schedule

Keynote Workshop space is limited, please sign up when you register.

Friday, November 3 Still Life Painting

with Portia Munson 9:00am - 12:00pm

Oil Painting 1, Part 1 with Michael Bell 1:00 - 4:00pm

Saturday, November 4 Oil Painting 2, Part 2 with Michael Bell 8:00 - 11:00am

Scanner as Camera

with Portia Munson 12:00 - 4:000pm


thursday november 2

sched

Peak 8 Peak 9

Peak 11 Peak 12 Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop 2

Coppertop 3

Imperial 1

Imperial 2

Teaching Public Speaking with he(ART)

April Samaras

TBD

Look to Read: Through the Eyes of Women Artists

Hayley Holt

Building Clay Castles Ingrid King Soft Sculpture Stuffies Michelle Smalley Incorporating Zen in the Art Classroom Pamela Cogburn Build Your Own Time Machine Barth Quenzer Cubism Made Easy with Collage Ryan Talbot Titilating Textures in Clay Rui Haagen Drawing the Proportions of the Human Head Sieger Hartgers Friedensreich Reconstruct Your World to a Choice Based Classroom! Hundertwasser! Kari Pepper Leah Lowe In Spirit: Circles of Beyond Skill Peace Marilee Mason Diane Wright Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm Oil Painting Mandy Theis Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm TBD

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch

Peak 10

Found Object Assemblage Kris Heintz Nelson Workspace Aesthetics Delanie Holton Mindfullness and Art Elizabeth Standbro Humor in the Art Room! KayLee Parson Engaging ELL Through Arts Integration Donna Goodwin, Ph.D. Using 21st Century Art in the Classroom Erica Richard Celebrate Egyptian Paste! Brenda Jones Makey Makey Graphite Drawing Roxie Mitchell Join the Flock! Mindy McClusky TAB 101

9:00am - 12:00pm Height x Width x Depth Laura Thompson Art in the Learning Landscape Kris Fritzsche 10:30-11:30 10:30-11:30

Peak 6/7

10:30am - 12:30pm 11:45-12:45 11:45-12:45

9:00 - 10:00am


4:00 - 5:00pm

dule

Michael Bell Keynote Speaker Peak 17

Nicole Jones & Stephen McDowell

Jump Starting Creativity Dale Zalmstra Cathy Moore Surface Decoration Techniques for Ceramics Michael Lemke Versatility of Metal Embossing for All Ages Licia Rossetti Needle Felting Basics Shayna Tokheim Why Copy?

TAB Open Discussion

5:00 - 6:30pm

Vendor Reception Vendor Hall

2:45-3:45

2:45-3:45

1:30-4:30pm Back to the Drawing Board! Laura Thompson Michael Cellan’s Greatest Hits Michael Cellan High School Art in Photography Round Table the Cracks Roxie Mitchell Cindy Burkhart Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Change Through Art Laura Cronen The Art of Fashion Illustration TBD 2:45-3:45

1:30-2:30

1:30-2:30

1:30-2:30

1:30 - 3:30pm

6:30-9:30pm

Breckenridge Arts District Fair

Seesaw for Beginners

Mandy Theis Silk Batik Art for You! Kari Pepper

Jessi Walker & Kelly Beach

2:45-3:45

1:30-2:30

Introduction to Bargue Plates and Atelier Training

Seesaw for Advanced

Jessi Walker & Kelly Beach

Master Class 1:00 - 4:00pm Act of Painting Nancy Branca Master Class 1:00 - 4:00pm (outside) Raku You Can Do! Rocky Mountain Clay

9:00 - 10:30pm

Karaoke Party! Sing Your heART out! Base 9 Bar


friday

november 3

sched

8:00 - 9:00am

Peak 12 Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop 2

Coppertop 3

Imperial 1

Imperial 2

Outside

10:45-11:45 10:45-11:45

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch

Peak 11

7:00 - 7:45 Yoga - Pool Area

Peak 10

9:30-10:30

Peak 8 Peak 9

9:00am - 12:00pm Height x Width x Depth Laura Thompson It’s Always Time for Assessment: What you need, Photographing Scholastics! but may not know. Art Pam Stark, Breezy Sanchez & Kris Heintz Nelson Miranda Ziegler Miranda Ziegler Empowering Art Source Presents: Paraprofessionals Artist Claudia Roulier and Gwen Ahlers Dr. Kelley DeCleene Gwen Ahlers & Claudia Roulier Cray-Pen Grid Drawing Workshop with Zentangle Embellishments Andrean Andrus Ryan Talbot Unified Standards Building a Body of Work: Arts Simply Put The Artistic Process as a Series Brenda Jones Anne Thulson Sarah Shay Museum of Contemporary Art Celebrating Communities: Denver Making Mosaics Alexandria Jimenez & Molly Nuanes Tina Murano & Micah Snider So...Ummm... Oil Paint in the Why did my pots blow up? Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? Michael Lemke Mandy Theis A Healing Plein & Machine Simple Arrilla Beatty Andrea Slusarski Addressing Social Justice Marbling Through Art Paper Sarah Mitchell Amy Marsh & Julia Brown 31 Reading Works of Art: Nights Visual Literacy as Text Michael Bell Lauren Lehmann & Ramona Lapsley Glaze, TECHout Your Two Ways TAB Classroom Kevin Beckstein Kelly Beach & Jessi Walker Carved Textured Alabaster Pendant Wrap Ring Pam Farris Leisa Austin Keynote Workshop 9:00am - 12:00pm Still Life with Painting Portia Munson Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm Drawing of Hands and Feet Sieger Hartgers Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm Raku You Can Do! Rocky Mountain Clay 9:30-10:30

Peak 6/7

9:30 - 11:30am


dule 1:45-2:45

Help for the Hopeless Pot Ingrid King Asking the Providing Context Questions in a Visual World Delane Ingalls Vanada Ph.D. Dale Zalmstra Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Changes Through Art Lauren Cronen Photography Round-Table Alexandra Overby Love and Logic in the Art Classroom Pamela Cogburn Literacy in and Through the Arts TBD

3:00 - 4:00pm Textured Wrap Ring Leisa Austin Drawing Boundaries: Media, Marking, and Youth Identity Kris Heintz Nelson Artist-Inspired School Art Installations Hayley Holt The Art of Fashion Illustration Nicole Jones & Stephen McDowell

I Second That Emotion Anne Thulson Arts-Based Action Research Donna Goodwin, Ph.D. Janet Newman, Ph.D. Making a Trace Writing About and Monotype Through Art Sieger Hartgers Deb Rosenbaum Calligraphy... Africa Meets Africa: the Art of Lettering. Lessons for the U.S. Kari Pepper Patrick Fahey, Ph.D. Wet AP Art Felting Studio Prompts for Breadth Shayna Tokheim & Lisa Cross Paula Rowinski Dinosaur Body & Brain Drawing Yoga/Tai Chi Mandy Theis Joan Meister Teaching for Friedensreich Artistic Behavior Hundertwasser! Alissandra Seelaus & David Stallings Leah Lowe Art and the Making a Mosaic Learning Landscape with Acrylic Skins Kris Fritzsche Cindy Migliaccio Master Class 1:00 - 4:00pm Casting Fine Silver Dana Province Keynote Workshop 1:00 - 4:00pm Oil Painting 1, Part 1 Michael Bell 1:45-2:45

12:30-1:30

12:30-1:30

12:30 - 2:30pm

4:30 - 5:30pm

Portia Munson Keynote Speaker Peak 17

8:00 - 9:30pm

Art Auction Coppertop 3


saturday november 4

sched

8:00 - 9:00am

9:30 - 11:30am I, Robot Mindy McClusky

Peak 12 Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop 2

Coppertop 3

Imperial 1

Imperial 2

Art Advocacy Breakfast with Leopold Segedin Peak 17

9:30-10:30

Peak 11

10:45-11:45 10:45-11:45

Drawing Boundaries Kris Heintz Nelson Kris Heintz Nelson Building Time the Gap Well Spent Justine Sawyer Shell Acker Make a Mummy and Sarcophagus Carrie Mann Sculpture Basics Figure & Portrait Ali Alzobaede Developing a Series of Art: Elementary Concentration Workshop Tips & Tricks Heather Bertarelli Allison Comer Carved Alabaster Pendant Pam Farris Master Class 9:30-1:30 Working with Metal and Wire Sharon Jacobson Speedy Master Class 9:30-12:30 Nurturing Our Deep Desire to Create Kathy Beacmon & Cynthia Winter Dinosaur Drawing Mandy Theis Sixteen Watercolor Techniques Vanessa Scott Titilating Textures in Clay Rui Haagen Master Class 8:00am-12:00pm Intropy Chance and Digital Tools Michael Barnhart Keynote Workshop 8:00-11:00am Oil Painting 2, Part 2 Michael Bell Object Assemblage

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch

Peak 10

7:00 - 7:45 Yoga - Pool Area

Peak 9

9:30-10:30

Peak 8

Rethinking the Use of Found

10:45-11:45

9:30-10:30

Peak 6/7


dule 1:45-2:45

Utilize Literature, Literacy, and Text in the Classrooms Lisa Adams The Edifying Creative Process Pamela Cogburn Time on Task Art in the Art Class Connects Dana Goodier Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Develop an Action Pose of Favorite Animal Nancy Branca 54rd Venice Biennale and Philosophical Documentation 14 from Connects for CVAS Summer 2017 Connie Stewart, Ph.D.

1:45-2:45

12:30-1:30

12:30-1:30

12:30 - 2:30pm

Connie Stewart, Ph.D.

Creating Murals Carol Cooper Drawing the Proportions of the Human Head and Face Sieger Hartgers “This is Me” Mixed Media Canvasses Kim D’Arthenay 12:45-2:45 Expressive Ink Drawing Kim Putnam Oil Paint in the Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? Mandy Theis

3:00 - 4:00pm Comic Book Lettering Kathy and Michael Appropriate Appropriation Marty Loftus Explore Kandinsky Anne Mechling Quick, Easy, and Effective Tools for Teaching Art History Tracy Nichols Art Cars Veronica Markley Rocks and Charms: Kids Culture in the Classroom Christine Loehr Standards Simply Put Anne Thulson Student Engagement Through Art Andrea Slusarski Art Collage Prep/Art World Prep Virginia Schick

Daily TBD Noodle-Doodle Katy Mathes Versatility of Metal Embossing Art + Math for All Ages =Awesome! Licia Rossetti Andrean Andrus Keynote Workshop 12:00-4:00pm Master Class 12:00-4:00 Scanner as Camera Portia Munson Master Class 12:00-4:00pm Not Your Mother’s Tea Pot Sharon McCoy

5:00 - 7:00pm

Awards Banquet Peak 17

7:30 - 11:00pm

Saturday Night Bash Peak 17

SUNDAY HIGHLIGHTS 8:00am-12pm AP Portfolio Master Class 8:00am-9:00am Breakfast with the President


Master Class

Schedule Thursday, November 2 Mandy Hallenius Oil Painting “En Grisaille” Thursday, November 2 9:00am - 12:00pm

Historically, artists were trained to draw first, then paint in black and white (known as “grisaille”) and then with a full color palette. Learning how to paint in black and white is a criticial skill to transition students from the world of drawing to the world of painting. In this workshop, participants will discover the major principles that control how light reveals form, and then paint a grisaille sphere in oil paint. Safety, cleanup, and classroom management when using oil paint will be covered in depth. Although this class is targeted at teaching high school level oil painting theory concepts, all K-12 art teachers interested in learning how to manage oil painting lessons in their classrooms are encouraged to attend.

Nancy Branca The Act of Painting Thursday, November 2 1:00 - 4:00pm

Using water-mixable oils, participants will paint at a fast-moving pace, producing representational yet expressive works. By taking risks, experimenting and not becoming so emotionally concerned with the product, the artist can enjoy the act of painting.

Rocky Mountain Clay Raku You Can Do! Thursday, November 2 1:00 - 4:00pm


Friday, November 3 Sieger Hartgers Drawing of Hands and Feet Friday, November 3 9:00am - 12:00pm

Drawing of Hands and Feet as shown to us by Durer, Leonardo, Bridgeman and Robert Beverly Hale. Drawing through the form is a must for all who want to draw the hands and feet accurately. The hands and feet are often misunderstood forms, this class will help you to see and draw them.

Rocky Mountain Clay Raku You Can Do! Friday, November 3 9:00am - 12:00pm

Dana Province Casting Fine Silver Friday, November 3 1:00 - 4:00pm

Inspiration by Design - Learn and make a custom fine silver casting using the ancient cuttlebone technique, then fuse 24k gold accents to further highlight your creation. All are welcome, no prior experience is required.

Saturday, November 4 Michael Barnhart

Entropy, Chance, and Digital Tools: Let Machines Make Your Art Saturday, November 4 8:00am - 12:00pm Michael Bernhardt demonstrates creating art with digital and analog machines, including 3D modeling software, 3D printers, and low-tech DIY drawing devices. Concepts discussed include the importance of investing craft into your work when giving control over to a machine.

Kathy Beacmon and Cyncie Winter Nurturing Our Deep Desire to Create Saturday, November 4 9:30am-12:30pm

Do you find yourself distracted or overwhelmed? Unable to be creative, and simply reacting to events as they come along? This workshop will provide you with helpful insights and powerfully effective tools proven to keep you moving forward in your art world.


Master Class

Schedule Saturday, November 4 Sharon Jacobson Speedy Working with Metal and Wire Saturday, November 4 9:30am - 1:30pm

Make beads with copper, brass and nickel silver. Different kinds of beads, different textures, different techniques and possibilities. Basic metalworking skills helpful, but you will learn, with help, and practice sawing, filing, sanding, cold and hot connections. As much as shared tools, materials and time allows.

Sharon McCoy

Not Your Mother’s Tea Pot Saturday, November 4 12:00 - 4:00pm Exploring making whimsical figurative teapots. From figures to fantasy, we will explore creating a quasi functional teapot with a fanciful flare. The beginning form will be made in advance to give us more time to create with imaginative play. All skill levels invited. Practical for teaching junior high and above.

Sunday, November 5 Laura Thompson AP Master Class Sunday, November 4 9:00 - 12:00pm


First Annual National Art Honor Society Leadership Day Open to All Colorado High School Art Teachers and Students Saturday, November 11, 2017 8:00am - 4:00pm South High School, Denver, Colorado Registration: Teachers register student groups, $10 per student Registration is open through Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Highlights *Build Portfolios for the College Application Process *Hands-On Art Making Workshops *College Information Tables and Q&A Sessions More information to come!

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