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Table of Contents CDE Workshop & Scholastics 2 Vendors 4 President’s Message 5 2017 Fall Conference Committee 6 Conference Etiquette 7 CAEA Representative Council 9 2017 CAEA Awards 10-19 Thursday Highlights 21 Thursday Master Classes 23 Thursday At - A - Glance Schedule 24-25 Thursday Workshop Descriptions 26-35 Friday Highlights 36-37 UNC Alumni Reception & Elections 38-39 Friday Master Classes & Keynote Workshops 40-41 Friday At - A - Glance Schedule 42-43 Friday Workshop Descriptions 44-55 Art Advocacy Breakfast 56 Saturday Highlights 57 Saturday Master Classes & Keynote Workshops 58-59 Saturday At - A - Glance Schedule 60-61 Saturday Workshop Descriptions 62-71 2017 CAEA Awards Banquet 72 Saturday Bash “Full Steam Ahead” 73 Sunday Highlights 74 Selfie Scavenger Hunt & Ski Snowflake Project 76 CDE Conference Certificate 78 UNC Graduate Credit 79-82 National Art Honor Society 83 2018 CAEA Awards Nomination & Conference Survey 84 Beaver Run Resort Map 86

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President's

Message WHY? Why is it always time for art? I’m guessing we all have great responses to this question! Let’s start with considering art from the perspective of time. For me, our human perceptions of aging conjure conditions of permanence. A man in his eighties, a 3000 year old sequoia, our 4 billion year old earth can all be considered old, yet none permanently exist. We conserve and restore ancient art and artifacts for future generations to experience, while we also honor the abbreviated ritual of Tibetan sand mandalas. We teach lasting lessons of love and life, while the closeness of our interpersonal relationships ebb and flow with the passing of time and space. In life, and in art, the permanent and impermanent interact in purposeful ways. Permanent elements of the universe continually coalesce and reconfigure into evidence of the living. With innate aesthetic awareness, we, the artists, heed our biological need to appreciate and give form to the fleeting beauty of the life cycles that bring us the planets, the stars, the trees, and each other. As time moves through and around our physical being, we literally exalt pieces of permanence into ephemeral artistic exquisiteness that become the life of our journey. We momentarily bottle this beauty to form realities, both recorded and newly imagined. We re-contextualize and reconstruct to reveal the unseen. We intuitively elevate infinite patterns of our multivalent existence, and we capture lyrical presence in human experience. It is always time for art. Enjoy your conference experience! Take in all of the professional development your brain can hold. Appreciate our time together and go make some art! Happy 80th Anniversary CAEA! Very Sincerely, Vanessa Hayes-Quintana CAEA President

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2017

Fall Conference Committee Vanessa Hayes-Quintana Site Coordinator & Technology/Screens Kim Chlumsky Schedule Coordinator, Program Book & Social Media

Robin Wolfe & Michael Cellan Michael Cellan DJ Osmack Vanessa Quintana Lisa Cross & Amy Marsh Lloyd Bourdon Ben Quinn & Kim Williams Carrie Mann Theresa Clowes Alexa Overby Mike Carroll & Jesse Crock Kari Pepper Vanessa Hayes-Quintana David Lehmann Angie Willsea Kari Pepper

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Data & Registration On-Site Registration Master Classes Keynotes Keynote Liaisons Vendor Coordinator Awards Table Decor Volunteers & Hospitality Conference Documentation Art Auction Saturday Bash Technology & Screens Karaoke Signage TAB Room


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 will slip out early for another appointment. Or, you might think it’s ok to ask the teacher for special favors. You have 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 would 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. 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 you 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 to use 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 and animals are not allowed in workshops and in the vendor area. We love children and pets, but unless your children pay registration 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.

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CAEA Representative Council Elected Executive Board 2016 - 2019

Vanessa Hayes-Quintana President

DJ Osmack President Elect

Michael Carroll Vice President

Rachael Delaney Secretary Alexis Quintana Treasurer

Elizabeth Mahler Licence Past President

Elected Regional Representatives Open North West Region

Sharon Jacobson-Speedy North Central Region Christina Martinez North East Region

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Art Educator of the Year

Rachael Delaney

Rachael Delaney is a dynamic teacher and leader of art education at Metro State University in Denver, Colorado. She exemplifies what a professor of art education and an advocate for art education should be. She is incredibly smart, articulate and passionate about her work. She can take highly complex and abstract ideas and make them accessible and understandable. Her focus is on what art education should be and how can we get there in practical terms. She cares about people and keeps them grounded with humor and compassion. To sit in one of her presentations is to be immersed in the depths of her knowledge of art history, and to be inspired by her creative applications to contemporary classrooms. Colleague, Dale Zalmstra, reflects, “I have known and at times worked with Rachael over a number of years. As an elementary art teacher, I have been the cooperating teacher for her student teachers. I know from the students what the priorities and focus are in their art education classes. I know the efforts Rachael has made to mentor and facilitate the growth of her students. I know she a very high standards and high expectations for her students. She calls for their best in way that both inspires and motivates them as they grow in understanding and confidence.” Yet another of Rachael’s cooperating teachers, Sarah Shay, concurs. “Each teacher candidate I met had a unique pedagogy, a different disposition and their own philosophy of education they were developing. Inevitably it never took long before each candidate referenced a key conversation that they had with Rachael that brought them to the next level of developing their teaching practice. In addition, Rachael is one of the creators of the Theory Loves Practice study group that meets at Metro’s Center for Visual Arts. The study group is an extension Rachael’s philosophy and commitment, stretching beyond the classroom and creating the bridge between theory and practice. This study group was created with new art teachers in mind. One of the group’s primary functions is to be a support and network for teachers as they begin their first jobs. The group provides time to share experiences and learning. Sarah Shay concludes, “What makes Rachael so unique is that she has high expectations for the field of art education, and works on the individual level to empower the next wave of teachers to bring those high expectations forward with them in their own ways. She is a behind-the-scenes mover and shaker who elevates Art Education in all that she does.”

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Rachael Delaney

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High School Art Educator of the Year

Rui Haagen

Rui Haagen has always given 100% of herself to her students and to the development of a fine ceramics program at Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs. This is evidenced by merely walking into her classroom where she is always up to her elbows in clay while engaging and encouraging the students to a higher ideal in craftsmanship and skill.

Rui understands the infinite possibilities of expressing ideas and feeling through ceramics, jewelry and sculpture, and has a rare ability to share that with her students in an extraordinary way. She also passes on her passion for art, quest for mastery and attention to detail to the quite effectively.

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Rui’s technical knowledge of ceramics is unsurpassed and her ability to connect with her students is simply amazing. If one then wandered through one of her many art shows in which her students participate, you can pick out her students’ work by the high quality and fine attention to detail. If one then talked to her students, you would then understand their testimonials and devotion. In addition, Rui has always been a very active participant in the Colorado

Fellow art teacher, Nancy Roach, responds to what it is like to teach alongside Rui, stating, “It is a challenge to keep up with this woman, but I have enjoyed every minute of working with her. I admire her professionalism, her artistic curiosity and her very deep daily commitment inn doing the right thing in every situation. She is an extraordinary woman and although I am selfishly saddened by her impending retirement, I know she is merely moving onto another chapter in her life” Former student Sevin Murdock describes Ms. Haagen as “one of the most reliable, kindhearted, hard working, supportive and caring people in my life. She is great because she wants everyone that walks into her room to be successful in whatever aspects of their life they may choose. My success is her success. I would not be half the person I am today if I had not had the positive influence of Ms. Haagen or walked a path of victory for my artwork because I wouldn’t have learned to see the beauty in something half finished, the potential a lump of clay has, or the awards it can be turned into.” Sevin concludes, “Teaching is so much more than showing how to create the desired outcome and unfortunately that’s a common misunderstanding. Teaching is knowing how to connect with your students on an individual level and make them better that when you met them in more that one aspect of their life and that’s a gift Ms. Haagen has held steady at my school for 18 years.

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Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Kimberly Chlumsky Kimberly Chlumsky’s passion for and commitment to her work, her students and her profession consistently rise above and beyond the ordinary. Eagerly undertaking challenges, Kimberly is an inspiration for all art teachers. The reasons are numerous and varied as Kimberly’s talents.

Kimberly is the art teacher and department chair at Rocky Heights Middle School in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. In the classroom Kimberly is an innovator. This is seen in the design of her classroom and the 21st Century learning experiences she provides her students. Walking into Kimberly’s learning space automatically places students in the role of practicing artist. The room’s look and feel reflect an authentic artist’s studio. Kimberly worked hard to make this happen, attending classes, writing proposals, securing funds and finalizing plans, moving her dreams of what a perfect art classroom should be to reality. Her lessons are no different. She works tirelessly to make sure her students get the kind of learning they need to realize their own dreams. Kimberly’s classroom includes state of he art technology, a 3-D printer, poster printer and computers, providing students with the needed knowledge and skills to move their minds and work forward into the future and all the possibilities yet to be imagined. Learning experiences Kimberly creates are engaging and include a vast amount of personal choice. Units move students through the creative process and are designed to ignite curiosity and imagination, include voice, skill building that leads to care in craftsmanship and products that clearly display a unique personal interpretation and style. The artwork Kimberly’s students produce is always high quality and distinctive, a step above commonplace. Colleague Heather Cox writes, “Kim was instrumental in bringing a digital media program to our arts department and collaborates with our technology teachers to produce sustainable learning opportunities for students. Kim continues to take initiative to grow and learn as an instructor and brings that enthusiasm to the classroom. Each time I visit her studio, her students are eager to show me their work in 3-D printing, graphic design, screen-printing or paper sculpture. Likewise, Kim is often eager to show me what new ideas she has planned for her students. Fellow art teacher, Pamela Cogburn, exclaims, “My admiration for Kimberly is boundless. Personally, I have learned so much from her example and will be forever grateful. Her contribution to our profession has been immense and is just beginning. Her desire to constantly improve her own practice and help other in that endeavor demonstrates her extraordinary leadership and innate desire to further the profession.” Middle School Art Educator of the Year

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Elementary School Art Educator of the Year

Christina Martinez

Christina Martinez has served the art education community from her rural school, Holyoke Elementary, with an incredible amount of energy and passion. Ms. Martinez is not only the only Art teacher in the building. She is one of only two in the entire district. Christina actively engages and encourages the other educators in her rural community. Her impact on students’ lives and their learning can be seen when wandering the halls of her school and seeing the tremendous work or her of her students everywhere. Mr. Martinez instructs all 325 students ranging from the ages of 5 years old to 12 years old on a daily basis. Having to adjust her verbal and nonverbal explanations, vocabulary and outcomes for different age groups and different art lessons to meet the age appropriateness of each class is something that she excels at. Students in her classes get the opportunity to create many different types of artwork using a wide variety of mediums while also learning about famous artworks and the artists who create them. Ms. Martinez asks her students to plan, create and evaluate their own projects. She accomplishes these tasks with great initiative and with a very positive attitude. Ms. Martinez does a great job of balancing close personal relationships with her students to the excitement and energy she openly displays about all aspects of art.

Kyle Stumpf, Holyoke Principal, reflects on Christina’s accomplishments. “Ms. Martinez has performed the role and duties as our K-6 Art teacher with passion, desire, excitement and with a purpose in an effort to positively impact a student’s art understanding and student’s overall art appreciation. This year she created and implemented an adaptive art class for high needs special education students. Ms. Martinez holds an adaptive art class everyday for non-verbal, wheelchair bound and autistic students. The fine motor activities combined with the personal small group or one on one attention has truly inspired and opened communication pathways for several of the high needs students. While she has always strives to make learning art accessible for all students regardless of the background, this class and her implementation of art therapy concepts has taken her students outcomes to a new enlightened level is a joy to witness. “ In addition, Christina serves on many committees within her school, community and state relating to standards inclusion, advocacy and lifelong learning. If you attend a Holyoke performance, her passion for visual art and the students can be seen in the collaborate work of set design and costuming. Her student creativity and attention to recycling can be viewed in the work produced for table decorations at past CAEA Awards Ceremonies. She has inspired her students to think beyond the classroom, entering exhibitions and statewide competitions such as Youth Arts Month. Music teacher, Marcia Dalton, concludes. “Christina has a huge heart and deeply cares for her students. She would do anything to make sure they find success in her classroom. She is very involved in CAEA. She has so much enthusiasm and passion for her job. She has been inspiring and refreshing for all of us on staff and in turn has given us a new excitement for teaching. She always shows the utmost of professionalism in her daily activities. Christina’s love or art had been evident in her interaction with students and she is deserving of recognition.”

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Elementary Art Educator of the Year


Art Educator Rookie of the Year

Kevlyn Walsh During her time as a student teacher at Westerly Creek Elementary, Kevlyn Walsh demonstrated a high aptitude for the many complex layers and tasks of teaching art including: self-discipline to manage planning and other school-life demands, differentiation and support for students with autism, active monitoring of student work during lessons, supply and materials management, as well as a restorative justice approach to behavior management and student discipline. In addition to her strong work ethic, she is described as having an exuberant energy that is felt by all who are graced by her presence.

Right after student teaching ended, Kevlyn took her first job at Stedman Elementary as a long-term substitute. Its always difficult starting a job in the middle of the school year, but it was exceptionally challenging at Stedman because of its low-income and high needs student population. But Kevlyn put her heart and soul into the position knowing that it would only last one semester. Kevlyn remains committed to providing the best possible art education for her students. Currently, Kevlyn teaches at the Denver Center for International Studies. Even on trying days with middle school students, Kevlyn always has a positive outlook on the potential of her students and her own abilities to problem solve. During her first six-week teaching at DCIS, Kevlyn was offered the opportunity to serve as the Tour Leader and take 15 students abroad to London. She accepted the offer with enthusiasm and even traveled to Rome for a professional development to learn more about how to be an effective tour leader with students abroad. Kevlyn is fearless when face with new, unfamiliar opportunities and approaches everything with a growth mindset. The projects that students are involved in are creative; and she always allows some flexibility and choice. This builds in buy-in from students and is one reason why students are so engaged in her class. Another reason for such high engagement is her enthusiasm for the work and her passion for the kids. Her love of art and kids is palpable when you enter her classroom. Assistant Principal, Mario Fiardello, reflects, “She is an outstanding teacher, contributor to our culture, and goes above and beyond the duties of a teacher… she is a mentor and advocate. We would not be the same school without Kevlyn’s passion and enthusiasm. We are better because she is here.” Barth Quenzer, Visual Arts Instructional Curriculum Specialist for Denver Public Schools, concludes, “In working with Kevlyn this year, I became aware that something uniquely special was occurring got this new teacher. Not only was she highly present and participatory with the professional learning in the district, she provided evidence of a highly reflective teaching style. This type of meta-reflection on the teaching process is not common among first and second year teachers. For a new teacher to be participating in the type of professional dialogue that encourages reflective strategies (for the purpose of improving one’s pedagogy), well that is unique. I have no doubt that Kevlyn will become a future teacher leader in the field of art education.”

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Distinguished Service Outside of the Profession

Mark Sink

Mark Sink is an iconic figure in the Denver art scene, having worked for over 35 years as a photographer, gallery owner and arts organizer. In addition to helping to found the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, Mark is founder and director of the Month of Photography (MoP), and enormous biennial event during March and April in the Denver Metro area with over 160 galleries, museums and schools participating. In addition, considering the international recognition the event commands, Mark has helped shape Colorado’s current fine art status.

In conjunction with MoP, Mark desired to encourage through inclusion, young, student artists, hence, the Month of Photography Teen Photography Show was added to the festivities. Mark is a champion for all photographers and artists, including those at the start of their careers as well as helping to mentor those who are further along. The high school photography show is a wonderful example of that. This show continues to provide opportunities for students all over the Denver Metro Area to be acknowledged for the work they are creating. Samantha Johnston, Executive Director of the Colorado Photographic Arts Center recalls, “In 2015, when I was still teaching high school, my students participated in the Month of Photography Teen Photography Show. It was a great opportunity for my students, and I appreciated the chance for them to experience being involved with a juried exhibition. Mark often comments how exciting the exhibition is for him to see so much new and exciting talent. It has been a fantastic experience working with Mark and seeing his enthusiasm for the medium of photography. He creates community and brings attention to the amazing things happening in the photo-related arts.” With Mark’s impressive background; from his friendship and collaborations with Andy Warhol’s Factory to his feature in Westword in the 100 Colorado Creative series and continuous participation in Denver’s art community, Mark still has a genuine interest in young artists and has given the same support to teenage high school photographers. He has been their advocate and champion. His influence has helped young photographers exhibit work, often for the first time, in professional settings. In fact, Mark’s willingness to include high school students in the Month of Photography event has brought needed attention to not only other Colorado galleries, but, more importantly, public school art students in general. Alexandra Overby concludes, “Mark has created an amazing opportunity for high school photography students within the Denver Metro area. Entry into the show is free and because of Mark’s support, other photographers and gallery owners volunteer their time to help judge and host the event. He is truly a lifelong of the photography community here in Denver.”

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Distinguished Service Outside of the Profession


Distinguished Service Inside of the Profession

Elizabeth Stanbro As a practicing artist, Elizabeth Stanbro has been sharing her passion for art with her students for over a decade. Her teaching has always supported the ability of all her students to learn through the arts. Beginning with her teacher training, she immersed herself in a field experience at a juvenile detention center. Her teaching career in art at elementary and middle schools in Pueblo, Colorado led her to become the art teacher at the Bijou Alternative High School for At-Risk Youth in Colorado Springs. Elizabeth’s former principal at Bijou Alternative High School, Kathryn Presnal, recalls, “As her supervisor, I experienced first hand her skills as an innovative and creative art teacher. Elizabeth used her understanding of the transformative power of art and her compassion for students with difficult backgrounds to help them express themselves more effectively, to make peace with certain demons and to develop a love of the arts. Her projects motivated even those students who initially seemed to have neither interest in nor aptitude for any for of art expression.” It was in this environment, during her tenure at Bijou, with those students that Elizabeth found her calling, leading her to develop Young Vision in 2013. Young Vision is a non-profit designed to bring Socially Engaged Art Projects to at risk youth. Since that time, she has worked with incarcerated youth, homeless teens and teens that have sought haven in a program for LGBTIQ youth. Active in both the National Art Education Association and the Colorado Art Education Association, Ms. Stanbro has presented sharing her expertise with her fellow educators. A life-long learner, she regularly attends both state and national conferences to improve her practice. In 2007, she published the article Invisible Lines. This article focused on her teaching experience with students with developmental disabilities where she quickly discovered how often we underestimate the abilities of all our students to think critically and create meaningful works of art. Connie Stewart, Area Head of Art Education at the University of Northern Colorado, concludes, “Ms. Stanbro is dedicated to making artwork with those students whose potential others may overlook. She has guided students from homeless, LGBTIQ and identified “at risk” communities into personal, powerful and socially meaningful artwork. Her work is fueled by a desire to support those students who need the arts to understand themselves and navigate the world. She possesses a valuable ability to apply scholarly interest in the arts and educational theory to the classroom. Her own curiosity enables her to provide meaningful and relevant learning experiences for her students. I am impressed with how Elizabeth works tirelessly to improve the educational experience and lives of her students. Her passion to change education experiences for those students who may be overlooked, her classroom experience and her dedicated community service make Elizabeth Stanbro deserving of this award.”

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Retired Art Educator of the Year

Peter Youngers Pete Youngers is an art educator, retired from his tenure at the Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colorado. At Northeastern Junior College, Pete taught a variety of art classes and was the liberal art department chairperson for the college. Pete has always been active the Colorado Art Education Association, having even served his stint as the CAEA President.

While at Northeastern, Pete was very supportive of the arts community, acting as a resource for local professional artists and K-12 art instructors in the public school. Former colleague, Larry Prestwich, concludes, “I have know Pete Youngers for nearly 50 years and have worked with him for over 45 years. We taught I the art department at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling for the greater part of that time. We have taught together, created art work together and hung hundreds of art exhibits together in the beautiful art gallery on the NJC campus. I know Pete is very committed to the NJC art program and contributes significantly to its progress and success.” In addition, Northeastern Junior College has an art gallery that features various exhibits throughout the year featuring both professional and amateur artists. While at Northeastern, Pete secured submissions, selected judges when need and hung the exhibit. Each year there was a Secondary School Art Exhibit and Peter worked closely with art instructors in the area. Although retired, he continues to help hang exhibits at NJC. Peter is still held in high regard in the college community as evidenced by the fact that this art gallery was recently named for him. Carrie Mann reflects, “All of Pete’s professional work was in support and promotion of the arts. As an area art educator, I feel Pete in a variety of ways has positively affected my teaching. Pete is generous, highly knowledgeable and energetic in his education and promotion of the arts in northeastern Colorado.” Nancy Mann concludes, “Pete taught and continues to teach students, community members and other artists and continues to support and promote the arts throughout the northeastern Colorado. He judges the art at various county fairs and works with various non-profit organizations in the community, gladly donating works of art for their auctions to raise money. “

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Retired Art Educator of the Year


Marion Quin Dix Award

Michael Cellan For years and years, Michael has been a living advocate for the arts. Art is a part of him that comes out naturally and enthusiastically in his day to day life and conversations. It wouldn’t be a surprise to know that Michael has probably influenced most art educators in Colorado, in some way, either as an educator or as an artist. Robin Wolfe reflects, “I met Michael in my first year of teaching and he immediately became a mentor, advocate, and inspiration to me in how I teach, create art, and live my life.” In addition to teaching in Manitou Springs public schools for 42 years, he has taught Kindergarten through graduate school classes, and continues to hold workshops all around Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico. He wouldn’t care for you to remember, but it’s not surprising that Michael has received CAEA’s Art Educator of the Year award.

Michael has been and continues to be invaluable to the Colorado Art Education Association. Although his preference is to remain back stage, he has been a part of the representative council longer than anyone in our recent history, serving the association for over 25 years. He is always available to give advice or fill a position the council is in need of. His work of serving as the conference registrar is invaluable. Beginning with registering over 400 attendees by hand, then being instrumental in moving registration and membership into a functioning database and a website, he keeps members connected and allows the association to have full control of digital functioning. Michael has enlivened and energized the CAEA Art Exhibition by creating artistic challenges for participants. He never wants anyone to brush off an old piece hiding in the garage to throw into a show, but seeks to inject life and ongoing creative energy into the artists and their work by pushing them to make more art. Michael literally single handedly packs and moves the show to every nook and cranny of our state. He shows CAEA art everywhere! Cafes, bars, galleries… he makes sure everyone has the opportunity to appreciate the great art that teachers make. He tirelessly lends his expertise and guidance to any teacher willing to learn from him. Through his many “Great Art Workshops” and personal interactions, he fulfills every opportunity to teach or advocate for art. Vanessa Quintana adds, “Michael has inspired me to remain an active artist in spite of every part of life that pulls me away from my art. It is Michael’s ongoing support that inspires me to make the art I do today.” Michael also advocates for arts on the board of the Pikes Peak Arts Association, (they awarded him the Pikes Peak Arts Association Artist of the year in 2010, another factoid he doesn’t care to divulge), he judges scholastics and assists with their portfolios, has been a co-owner of two galleries, and supports many different artists in his surrounding area and inspires and encourages upcoming artists to participate in the arts scene. Michael continues to make art and show his work, winning many awards in group and solo shows. Michael is a one-man brigade in bringing art to touch the lives of everyone he encounters.

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Thursday Highlights

Registration Opens at 7:00am!

keynote speaker

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

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

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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. Materials Provided: All supplies will be provided courtesy of the Da Vinci Initiative. Materials to Bring: Participants are encouraged to bring a sketchbook for note-taking. All other supplies will be provided courtesy of the Da Vinci Initiative. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

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. Materials Provided: Canvas, Water Mixable Oils, Palette, Brushes, Water Cups, Rags and Still Life Materials. Materials to Bring: Paint Brushes Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Thursday Master Classes

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thursday november 2

schedule 10:30am - 12:30pm

9:00 - 10:00am

Peak 9

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

2 Coppertop

3 Imperial Ballroom Imperial Ballroom

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Laura Thompson

Found Object Assemblage Kris Heintz Nelson

H

G

Workspace Aesthetics Delanie Holton

L

G

Mindfulness and Art Elizabeth Standbro

G

H

I

$

Humor in the Art Room! L

G

Crash Course in Felting H

Alexandra Overby

I

Celebrate Egyptian Paste!

Kristina Mahoney

D

H

$

I

G

I

H

MS

H

$

G

I

H

Building Clay Castles Ingrid King

Michelle Smalley

G

Mindy McClusky

Barth Quenzer

E

I

H

I

G

Ryan Talbot

G

L

I

H

$

I

H

$

G

H

$

Titilating Textures in Clay H

Join the Flock! H

Rui Haagen

Drawing the Proportions of the Human Head Sieger Hartgers

G

Friedensreich Hundertwasser!

TAB 101 Reconstruct Your World to a Choice Based Classroom!

Kari Pepper

G

L

Fetish Clay Animals

Leah Lowe

G

I

H

G

I

H

G

I

Circles of Peace

G

H

$

Diane Wright & Lisa Adams

Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm Oil Painting “En Grisaille” Mandy Theis 9:00 - 11:00am Proposed Revisions to the 2018 CDE Visual Arts Standards Donna Goodwin

Thursday, November 2

G

Cubism Made Easy with Collage

Makey Makey Graphite Drawing

Lisa Cross

I

Donna Goodwin, Ph.D.

Look to Read: Through the Eyes of Women Artists

Build Your Own Time Machine G

Roxie Mitchell

The Synergy of Art & Technology in a Digital Portfolio HS L Sarah Greenspan

Engaging ELL Through G Arts Integration L

Pamela Cogburn

$

Power of the Post-It Note

HS

Kris Fritzsche & Kayla Wheat

$

A Zen State of Mind G

Brenda Jones

Art in the Learning Landscape G I

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Soft Sculpture Stuffies

KayLee Parson

Shayna Tokheim

G

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch

Peak 10

Bobble Heads! 11:45-12:45 11:45-12:45

Peak 8

9:00am - 12:00pm

10:30-11:30 10:30-11:30

Peak 6/7

HS High School Audience

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MS Middle School Audience

G General Audience

Elementary Audience


=First Floor =Second Floor

4:00 - 5:00pm

=Third Floor

Michael Bell

=Fourth Floor

Keynote Speaker Peak 17

1:30 - 3:30pm Peak 6/7 Peak 8

2:45-3:45

Roxie Mitchell

HS

I

Art in the Cracks Cindy Burkhart

2:45-3:45

High School Photography Round Table

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I

1:30-2:30

TAB Open Discussion

Dale Zalmstra

G

I

G

Stephanie Welsh

Jump Starting Creativity G Cathy Moore

2:45-3:45

Nicole Jones & Stephen McDowell

2:45-3:45

Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Change Through Art G I Laura Cronen and Patrick Fahey Art, Science, and Simple The Art of HS H Machines with Cardboard Fashion Illustration Automata

1:30-2:30

1:30-2:30

1:00-2:30

“This is Me” Mixed Media Canvasses H G $ Kim D’Arthenay Constructing Knowledge, Michael Cellan’s Working Meaningfully and Greatest Hits G I Creating Art with Heart Michael Cellan Talya Dornbush G I H

H

Peak 9

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Peak 10

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Peak 11

H

Peak 12

$

5:00 - 6:30pm

Vendor Reception Vendor Hall

Surface Decoration Techniques for Ceramics Peak Michael Lemke 14 HS H $

Using 21st Century Art in the Classroom Peak 15 Erica Richard G

Needle Felting Basics

Shayna Tokheim & Lisa Cross

G

H

I

Peak 16

$

Why Copy?

Introduction to Bargue Plates and Atelier Training

Mandy Theis

G

Peak 17

H

Silk Batik - Art for You! 1:30-2:30

Seesaw for G Beginners

L

D

Jessi Walker & Kelly Beach

L

2:45-3:45

Kari Pepper

Coppertop H

G

Seesaw for G Advanced

L

2

$

Coppertop

D

Jessi Walker & Kelly Beach

Master Class 1:00 - 4:00pm The Act of Painting Nancy Branca

Imperial Ballroom

1:00 - 4:00pm (outside) Raku You Can Do! Rocky Mountain Clay/Robert Shroeder

Imperial Ballroom

Lecture

H Hands-On

D Demonstration I

Interactive

G

8:00 - 10:30pm

Karaoke Party!

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Sing Your heART out! Base 9 Bar

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Workshop Fee

At - A - Glance Schedule

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9:00 - 10:00am

Conference Schedule Thursday, November 2

Presenter: Laura Thompson Fee: $5 (for clay) Audience: General Type: Hands On Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Bobble Heads! 3 Hour Session! Learn how to create a Bobblehead of your favorite artist, political figure, imaginary creature...your choice! Using simple pinch pot techniques, we will create Bobbleheads out of low fire clay. Acrylic wash painting techniques to add to the completed bisque forms will be shown. Materials to Bring: any favorite clay tools, reference photos and drawings, a sturdy box to bring your sculpture home, flash drive to bring photos and plans home with you.

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Found Object Assemblage Learn how students in introductory 2D/3D foundation classes collaborated to source, deconstruct, and transform found objects into installations that communicated social, cultural and historic messages. Students defended their formal, technical and conceptual execution.

Presenter: Delanie Holton Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 9 Email: Craftsmanandapprentice@gmail.com

Workspace Aesthetics Creating functional + inspiring classrooms.

Presenter: Elizabeth Standbro Fee: $5 (paper, charcoal, upholstry cord, yarn) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 10 Email: youngisionarts@gmail.com

Mindfulness and Art This presentation will focus on the intersections of Mindfulness practices and art-making. Participants will learn ways of staying present with exercises such as “Drawing Breath” and Body Mapping. These techniques are applicable to teachers making their own art and in teaching students to be more connected and present. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Donna Goodwin Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 9:00 - 11:00am Location: Imperial Ballroom Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

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Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Proposed Revisions to the 2018 CDE Visual Arts Standards We want to make sure you have a say in the Visual Art Standards. Your voice becomes data for us! This hands-on session with CDE’s Visual Arts content consultant, Donna Goodwin, will show you where and how to leave feedback in the most effective manner. What do you like? What do you agree with? What changes would you suggest? CDE is committed to facilitating an inclusive, open, and transparent review and revision process for the Colorado Academic Standards (CAS) https://www.cde.state.co.us/standardsandinstruction/standardsresourcesk12. The window to provide feedback to the Revision Team https://www.cde.state.co.us/ standardsandinstruction/casreview (comprised of many of the teachers here at the conference!) is October 16 through November 27. Bring your computer; Donna will walk you Thursday, November 2 through the process and answer any questions you may have.


Presenter: KayLee Parson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 11 Email: kparson@d49.org

Humor in the Art Room! Studies show that humor in the classroom creates a comfortable learning environment, turns on student’s brains, and activates learning! In the art classroom it opens up doors of creativity and helps students feel safe and at ease allowing them to truly express themselves through art. In this lecture see the studies behind why humor is so important. Take home ideas include art memes, lesson plans, and art club ideas!

Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Fee: $5 (felting materials) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 12 Email: shaynatokheim@yahoo.com

Crash Course in Felting! Learn the basics of needle felting-the process of taking loose wool fiber and specialized needles to create small sculpture. Materials to Bring: Scissors, phone/camera for video and photos. Limited to 25 participants.

Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 14 Email: ALEXANDRA_OVERBY@dpsk12.org

Power of the Post-It Note Learn multiple ways to use the low-tech post it note to add academic vocabulary and student engagement into your classroom. Lots of practical ideas!

Presenter: Brenda Jones Fee: $2 (mason stains, silica, sodium bicarb, clay, ziplock bags, gloves) Audience: High School Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 15 Email: brendajonesart@gmail.com

Celebrate Egyptian Paste! Mix up a small batch of Egyptian paste following a simple recipe. Make a few little sprig molds to fire and use later with your paste. Some simple molds will be available if you want to form your paste right away. Materials to Bring: Small trinkets like shells, buttons, piece of jewelry for making sprig molds. Altoids box or something similar. Limited to 20 participants.

Proprosed Revisions to the 2018 CDE Visual Arts Standards

Donna Goodwin, Ph.D. Thursday, November 2 9:00 - 11:00am Imperial Ballroom Interactive Session! Give feedback on the new CVAS Standards!

Can’t make it? Give your insight at the stations by registration! OR click HERE!

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Presenter: Roxie Mitchell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 16 Email: rmitchell@durango.k12.co.us

Makey Makey Graphite Drawing Learn how to make your graphite drawings interactive by connecting them to a Makey Makey. This simple, inexpensive device that students go crazy for and will allow you to get more STEAM into your classroom at any level. Participants will get to make their own project sample in this workshop. Materials to Bring: a laptop if you can. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Mindy McClusky Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Peak 17 Email: m.mcclusky@dickblick.com

Join the Flock! There are billions of types of birds on this planet, comprising a rainbow of colors, variety of beaks, and differing sizes. Celebrate their unique qualities in this workshop with Blick Art Materials. Participants will create whimsical bird sculptures using an assortment of gathered supplies, including wire, fabric, and feathers.

Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

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

Back by popular demand! Once you go Choice Based you can never go back! This workshop will give you the tools necessary to take those steps. This will change even the most experienced teachers!

Presenter: Lisa Cross Fee: $3 (clay) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:00 - 10:00am Location: Coppertop 3 Email: lcross@d49.org

Fetish Clay Animals Join us for this hands-on project and learn clay techniques to build your own fetish clay animal!

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom Email: davinciinitiative@gmail.com

MASTER CLASS: Oil Painting “En Grisaille”

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Thursday, November 2

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. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook


10:30am - 12:30pm Presenter: Kris Fritzsche Co-Presenter: Kayla Wheat Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On & Lecture Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 8 Email: kfritzsche@denveracademy.org Presenter: Donna Goodwin, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 11:45 - 12:45pm Location: Peak 8 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu Presenter: Sarah Greenspan Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 10:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 9 Email: sarah@bulbapp.com Presenter: Kristina Mahoney Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 11:45am - 12:45pm Location: Peak 9 Email: kmahoney@denverartmuseum.org Presenter: Ingrid King Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: Ingrid@stoneleafpottery.com Presenter: Michelle Smalley Fee: $3 (fabric, embroidery floss, yarn, felt, buttons, mod podge, lace, ribbon)

Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: msmalley@esdk12.org

Art in the Learning Landscape This workshop is for all levels of art educators interested in engaging students in the architecture, design, and natural elements already integrated into their educational setting. Participants will see architectural drawings from the project’s design-and-build process, and discuss how schools and classroom teachers can incorporate their already constructed teaching spaces to draw inspiration, foster cross-curricular collaboration, and build deeper connections with creativity and the physical learning environment of their school. Materials to Bring: Big picture thinking, creativity, pen/pencil. Engaging ELL Through Arts Integration This presentation will examine ways to incorporate elements of sheltered language instruction protocol with arts integration. Examples of how teachers are engaging students and encouraging agency, specifically in English Language Learners, by using elements of CRISPA, an arts-based aesthetic overlay which incorporates connections, risk-taking, imagination, sensorial experiences, perceptivity, and active engagement in planning and instruction will be shared. Apply these strategies in your own class! The Synergy of Art & Technology in a Digital Portfolio Make digital portfolios an essential component in your art studio! Come learn how portfolios support learner-centered education and assessment. Utilize portfolios to assess growth, encourage reflection and organize artwork in your classroom. Learners create an authentic, visual timeline demonstrating their personal journey enhancing the longevity of the learning process. Materials to Bring: Laptop or mobile device. Look to Read: Through the Eyes of Women Artists Using art objects from the Denver Art Museum exhibition Her Paris, try out strategies for incorporating literacy with art instruction. We will use these art objects from the Impressionist movement to explore close looking and perspective taking, with practical lesson ideas that can be used across age groups. Building Clay Castles Castles and fortresses are the stuff of imagination. Learn hand building techniques from quick and simple to more challenging to bring a wonderful bridge from clay art to history, architecture, and defense strategy to your students. Thrown alternatives as well as glazing options will be discussed. Materials to Bring: Questions and a pen to fill in notes on instructions. Soft Sculpture Stuffies Want to incorporate more fiber art into your lessons? A soft sculpture can be a great place to start! We will go over how to scaffold some basic, and some more intricate hand sewing techniques. Then you will be given time to create your own “Stuffie” character!

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Presenter: Pamela Cogburn Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: artteacherc@gmail.com

A Zen State of Mind Bring a sense of calm into your classroom. Experience four approaches that lesson student anxiety and help increase focus. Learn about Mindfulness breathing techniques, the Japanese aesthetic philosophy wabi sabi, meditative Zentangling and Rock Balancing. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and pen.

Presenter: Barth Quenzer Fee: none Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: barth_quenzer@dpsk12.org

Build Your Own Time Machine In this workshop you will learn how to build your own Time Machine prototype. Use this with elementary students for the purpose of becoming Art Detectives and traversing through Art History.

Presenter: Ryan Talbot Fee: $3 (drawing paper, painting & collage supplies) Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Cubism Made Easy with Collage This hands-on workshop will teach you a simple step by step instructions to teach your students about the stylistic approach to designing + creating a work of Cubism. Participants will use 3 photographs of one subject (3 different angles) to create a Cubist Collage. From this Collage you will then learn how to create a Contour Line Drawing that can then led into any media you choose for your students to work and explore with.

Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: $5 (clay) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Titilating Textures in Clay Build titillating texturing tools in clay while learning hand building basics; pinching, coiling, slab, 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. Materials to Bring: Clay tools.

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 (12x16 paper, 4 drawing pencils, erasers, handouts) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: sieger.hartgers@unco.edu

Drawing the proportions of the Human Head Drawing the proportions of the Human Head in front view and side view, as shown to us by Leonardo, Duren, Bridgeman and Hale. The workshop focuses on the general proportions of the average human head, and could be a wonderful aid to aspiring artist, these general proportions are a must for ALL who want to draw or teach portrait drawing or painting.

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Thursday, November 2


Presenter: Leah Lowe Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: hiartloweart@netscape.net

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! Surface treatment that does not require glaze will be discussed. You will leave with a lowfire clay lesson sample thanks to Stoneleaf Pottery’s clay donation! Materials to Bring: Apron and hand lotion.

Presenter: Diane Wright Co-Presenter: Lisa Adams Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: mdcwright@comcast.net

Circles of Peace The art studio provides a safe space for students to engage in conversation and art-making about social issues and community concerns. In this workshop we will consider the diverse ways in which students can address the topic of peace and building bridges between people, using artistic methods. Materials to Bring: Compass, protractor, pencils and markers.

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch on Your Own Check out conference lunch specials!

1:30 - 3:30pm

Presenter: Kim D’Arthenay Fee: $5 (paint, canvas, paper, other mixed media supplies) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 1:30 -32:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: kjdarthenay@dcsdk12.org

“This is Me” Mixed Media Canvasses This hands-on workshop will provide the opportunity to explore and create small mixed media collages on canvas. Ideally, participants will bring 2D and 3D items to incorporate into their design. I will first share the experience of creating these with students aged 5-12, and show examples and springboards, but then we will delve into plenty of time to create our own. Symbolism, self-expression, and visual communication were all emphasized in this unit, but differentiation played an important role in making it meaningful to all age groups. This could easily be extended to fit middle and high school with a variety of extension themes. Materials to Bring: Small items for collage that represent you. Limited to 20 participants.

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Presenter: Michael Cellan Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Interactive Time:1:00 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: medcellan@mac.com

Michael Cellan’s Greatest Hits Come spend 90 minutes in the dark with Cellan. He’ll show digital images of his high school student’s projects (my greatest hits). It won’t be like a family summer vacation slide show. It’ll be cool. Maybe it will be inspiring, it won’t be boring. Bring lunch and or an alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverage. Bring a friend. Bring a pad/pen to take notes. Bring you camera and take jpegs of the images. We’ll have a good time.

Presenter: Talya Dornbush Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: Peak 8 Email: talyadornbush@gmail.com

Constructing Knowledge, Working Meaningfully and Creating Art with Heart Artists document and respond to their experiences. In this time of historic turmoil in our country youth are interested in making art that is meaningful. How can we as educators provide meaningful, unbiased support for our students to make art that speaks to their unique, authentic, heartfelt responses to current events? Where do we look for resources, artists and structures to support our students’ desires to construct meaning and manage cognitive dissonance? How do we move from assigning public service announcement poster designs to emulating Ai Weiwei and JR?

Presenter: Roxie Mitchell Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: rmitchell@durango.k12.co.us

High School Photography Round Table Come to this round table discussion to share what you are doing to teach photography and leave with some new tips, resources and connections from other photo teachers in Colorado to take back to your classroom. Materials to Bring: Resources, ideas, and tips to share. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Cindy Burkhart Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: Peak 9 Email: cynthia.burkhart@frontrange.edu

Art in the Cracks - Creating Art Programs with Community Non-profits Co-opting and Co-operating with Non-profits to Expand Art’s Reach. My story of Community Studio projects bringing art education into Fort Collins communities. Drawing/seeing into cracks. Who has what?? Sharing resources. Brainstorm possible partnerships. Create our own connections!

Presenter: Laura Cronen Co-Presenter: Patrick Fahey Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture & Demonstration Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: lcronen@psdschools.org

Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Change Through Art Using a student-centered approach to teaching, participants will follow a unit that teaches the science behind climate change through the creative process. Participants will leave with conceptual plans, drawings, and a framework to develop their own integrated unit. Additionally, relationships between participants will be developed to facilitate further integrated units at their own schools.

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Thursday, November 2


Presenter: Nicole Jones Co-Presenter: Stephen McDowell Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Hands-On Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: smcdowell@fidm.edu

The Art of Fashion Illustration The world of fashion design often brings to mind glamorous images of fashion magazines and runway models. Fashion design is a multi-faceted field requiring not only artistry but also technical skills. This module gives participants a realistic approach to the industry by incorporating these areas. Participants will learn to draw a croquis, the figure outline on which designs are sketched. They will also learn how to draw clothing and represent the texture of fabric in their sketch.

Presenter: Stephanie Welsh Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: Peak 11 Email: stephanie@raftcolorado.org

Art, Science, and Simple Machines with Cardboard Automata

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

TAB Open Discussion 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 education and for those who are just curious. Let’s share what’s working, what’s not and what’s next!

Presenter: Cathy Moore Fee: $5 (materials for anchor charts, mini-les-

Jump Starting Creativity This hands-on workshop will show you how to introduce technique and art history through art warm-ups (we’ll do some), mini-lessons (you’ll do some), and anchor charts (you’ll make some)! These classroom jump starts will also help you assess your students quickly and easily. Whether you’re a traditional or TAB teacher or a combination of both, you will benefit from these ideas!

sons, lesson plans)

Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: Peak 12 Email: cmooreart@msn.com

Developed by the Exploratorium’s PIE Institute, Cardboard Automata are a playful way to learn about simple machine elements such as cranks, cams, levers and linkages while creating an artistic mechanical sculpture. This activity uses simple, RAFTy materials to get started, and can become as complex as the learners imagination makes it. Come learn how this activity can be translated to the classroom at many levels while enjoying this fun opportunity to play, build, and unleash your own creativity!

Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: $5 (wax, paper, clay, slip) Audience: High School Type: Hands-On Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

Surface Decoration Techniques for Ceramics Hands on workshop covering a wide variety of surface decoration techniques for ceramics. Covered techniques will include mishima, sgraffito,stencils and water etching. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Erica Richard Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: erica.l.richard@gmail.com

Using 21st Century Art in the Classroom This workshop will be a participatory art experience with a model of how you can use art21 to layer meaning on top of experiences. It is designed to provoke deeper consideration of how you use contemporary art in your room as well as giving you some ready to perform tangible strategies to take back to the classroom. The art making experience with art21 clips and discussion, guides participants to meaningful discussions about themes in contemporary art vs contemporary approaches to teaching art in the classroom. Workshop Descriptions

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Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Co-Presenter: Lisa Cross Fee: $10 (wool, felting needles, foam, magnet, wire) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: shaynatokheim@yahoo.com

Needle Felting Basics Learn the basics of needle felting-the process of taking loose wool fiber and specialized needles to create small sculpture. In this hands on class, students will learn how to make a needle felted ladybug magnet. Materials to Bring: Scissors, phone/camera for video and photos. Limited to 25 participants.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: www.davinciinitiative.org

Why Copy? Introduction to Bargue Plates and Atelier Training

Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: $10 (silk hat, dye, and resist) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 1:30 - 3:30pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

Silk Batik - Art for You! Create a batik design using Dye-na-flow dye and a resist on a Habotai 8mm silk folding sunhat. Also see how to use silk banners as a collaborative art project in your classroom. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Jessi Walker Co-Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 1:30 - 2:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: walkerj@wcsdre1.org

Seesaw for Beginners Learn the basics of Seesaw Digital Portfolio for the art room. Seesaw is a digital portfolio that collects students’ digital and physical work in one place. Everything is organized making assessment, storing art work, conferences, and evaluations easier! Seesaw is easy for students of all ages to use. Materials to Bring: Laptop.

Presenter: Jessi Walker Co-Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 2:45 - 3:45pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: walkerj@wcsdre1.org

Seesaw for Advanced Learn more about using Seesaw in the art room. The class will cover advanced functions of Seesaw for use in the art classroom. Learn how to assess students, feedback, conduct warm-ups, app smashing and more. Materials to Bring: Laptop.

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Thursday, November 2

Charles Bargue was instrumental in creating a late 19th century drawing course. Bargue believed that when students copied drawings by trained artists, that their own observation skills significantly improved. Students can still learn a great deal from these copying plates today. This lesson is designed to teach the drawing concepts of the envelope, line, and value in order to produce a technically solid copy of a Bargue plate. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.


Presenter: Nancy Branca Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 1:00 - 4:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom

MASTER CLASS: Act of Painting Using water-mixable oils, participants will paint at a fastmoving 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.

Presenter: Robert Schroeder Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 1:00 - 4:00pm Location: outside parking lot Email: clay@rockymountainclay.com

Raku You Can Do! Raku firing is an art. When most potters in the West think of raku firing, they think of what should technically be referred to as “American” or “Western” raku: a process in which work is removed from the kiln at bright red heat and subjected to post-firing reduction (or smoking) by being placed in containers of combustible materials, which blackens raw clay and causes crazing in the glaze surface. Rocky Mountain Clay will offer a Raku class which will be a Master Class. RAKU FOR YOU from Rocky Mountain Clay will be capped at 12 participants. Students are welcome to bring a piece of bisque to Raku fire. (made from an approved Raku clay body, Rocky Mountain Clay, Raku clay body preferred. Instructor will also bring some pieces, made from Rocky Mountain Clay’s Raku clay body, for participants to glaze and fire. Limited to 12 participants.

4:00 - 5:00pm

Michael Bell Keynote Speaker Peak 17

5:00 - 6:30pm

Vendor Reception Vendor Hall

8:00 - 10:30pm

Karaoke Party! Sing Your heART out! Base 9 Bar

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Registration Opens at 7:00am!

Sunrise Yoga

Friday with Courtney Throndson 7:00 - 7:45am Pool Area

Vendor Hall Hours Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm

Peaks 2-5 Across from Registration

TAB STUDIO

Coppertop 2 Create original projects! Leave/take books & supplies! Share materials and plans! Leave copies of lesson plans! Open All Day!

Lunch

Sante Fe Suite 15050 11:30am -12:30pm Learn more about Art Source and join us for lunch!

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Friday Highlights

keynote speaker

Portia Munson Friday, November 3 4:30-5:30pm

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

8:00 - 9:30pm

Art Auction Coppertop 3

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

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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 3rd. 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 3rd, 6pm - 9pm Where: Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant, 600 S Park Ave., Breckenridge What: Drinks, appetizers, and conversation


CAEA Summer Workshops Professional Development • Curriculum Expansion • Skill Building

The Da Vinci Initiative is partnering with CAEA to offer studio-based atelier workshops that cover topics including observational drawing, portraiture, historical drawing curricula, and more! Lesson plans that correlate directly to presented content are provided so that educators can bring their new skills immediately into the classroom.

Visit the CAEA website to register today!

June 26-29, 2017

Adams State University • Alamosa, CO

June 30-July 2, 2017

in Denver, CO, Location TBD


Friday Master Classes & Keynote Workshops register online!

Friday, November 3 Keynote Workshop Portia Munson

Observing the Object: A Workshop in Acrylic Still-Life Painting Friday, November 3 9:00am - 12:00pm A key part of my artistic process is to use the act of painting to consider the deeper meanings of the seemingly insignificant objects that I collect or otherwise feel drawn to. In this class, participants will choose an object from their immediate possessions and use it to create a small acrylic painting from observation. Composition, color, technique and content will all be considered as we work on our paintings. Materials Provided: Gessoed boards, brushes, paint (primary colors, black, white), water containers, palettes, rags/ paper towels for cleanup. Materials to Bring: Participants can bring their own brushes and paints if they like and a smock/work clothes.

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 misunderstood forms, this class can really help. Materials Provided: 2 pencils, 4 sheets of drawing paper, ruler, art eraser, handouts. Materials to Bring: All materials and tools are provided. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

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Dana Province

Casting Fine Silver Friday, November 3 1:00 - 4:00pm at Hot Shop in the Breckenridge Arts District 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. Materials Provided: Fine silver jewelry with 24k gold accents. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and a pen or pencil. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Keynote Workshop Michael Bell

Oil Painting in the High School Classroom Part 1 & 2 Part 1: Friday, November 3 1:00 - 4:00pm Part 2: Saturday, November 4 8:00 - 11:00am 20 Pariticipant Limit Return to the Renaissance (description): What begins with a tantalizing collage, starts out as a drawing, ends as an incredibly realistic oil painting in either the Grisaille or Verdaccio method. Grisaille is a monochromatic, grayscale style of painting often used for still life or landscapes, and other genres of art. Verdaccio is typically used for portraits (which is the only difference) and is used under fleshtones to add warmth and contrast to the earth tones applied over it. Day 1: Make collage. Gesso paper. Finish Drawing. Paint over drawing in black and white oils. Day 2: Once black and white stage is dry on Day 2, we tint and tone using color and liquin, then cadmium stage to bring out full realism and finish. Materials Provided: Gessoed watercolor paper, Paint, Liquin, Turpenoid, paper towels, fixative. Materials to Bring: Vine charcoal, and optional charcoal pencils (if you want for detail), an 8�x10� FULL COLOR collage (should be made in advance), BLACK and WHITE print of color collage, a coulple of small glass jars (baby food jars are great), rags, paint brush assortment to handle oils/acrylics.

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8:00 - 9:00am

Peak 12 Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop

2 Coppertop

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Empowering Paraprofessionals Dr. Kelley DeCleene

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L

G

Sarah Shay

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

HS

Alexandria Jimenez & Molly Nuanes So...Ummm... Why did my pots blow up? Michael Lemke

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L

L

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G

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A Healing Machine Arrilla Beatty

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D

G

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Reading Works of Art: G Visual Literacy as Text Lauren Lehmann & Ramona Lapsley

L

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Kevin Beckstein

Ryan Talbot

Unified Arts

HS

Brenda Jones

I

G

G

L

G

H

H

I

$

Standards Simply Put

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Anne Thulson

Celebrating Communities: Making Mosaics G

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$

G

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Tina Murano & Micah Snider Oil Paint in the Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? Mandy Theis

Andrea Slusarski

HS

D

H

$

Amy Marsh & Julia Brown

G

H

$

Keynote Workshop: 31 Nights Michael Bell

G

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Kelly Beach & Jessi Walker

G

H

MS

I

G

H

G

H

$

G

H

HS

H

Carved Alabaster Pendant H

$

Pam Farris

Keynote Workshop 9:00am - 12:00pm Still Life Painting Portia Munson Master Class 9:00am - 12:00pm Drawing of Hands and Feet Sieger Hartgers 9:00am - 12:00pm (outside) Raku You Can Do! Rocky Mountain Clay

Friday, November 3

I

TECHout Your TAB Classroom

Textured Wrap Ring

Imperial Ballroom

MS

Marbling Paper

Glaze, Two Ways Leisa Austin

HS

Miranda Ziegler

Plein & Simple

E

Addressing Social Justice Through Art Sarah Mitchell

L

Grid Drawing with Zentangle Embellishments

D

G

I

$

Photographing Art

Gwen Ahlers & Claudia Roulier

9:30-10:30

Andrean Andrus Building a Body of Work: The Artistic Process as a Series

Miranda Ziegler

H

Art Source Presents: Artist Claudia Roulier and Gwen Ahlers

Cray-Pen Workshop

Imperial Ballroom

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MS

HS

HS

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11:30 - 12:30pm Lunch

Peak 11

7:00 - 7:45 Yoga - Pool Area

Peak 10

Kris Heintz Nelson

9:30-10:30

Laura Thompson It’s Always Time for Assessment: What you need, Scholastics! but may not know. Pam Stark, Breezy Sanchez &

Peak 8 Peak 9

Layers Upon Layers Upon Layers 10:45-11:45

9:00am - 12:00pm

10:45-11:45

Peak 6/7

9:30 - 11:30am

HS High School Audience

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MS Middle School Audience

G General Audience

Elementary Audience


=First Floor

4:30 - 5:30pm

=Second Floor

8:00 - 9:30pm

Portia Munson

Art Auction

Keynote Speaker Peak 17

=Third Floor

Coppertop 3

=Fourth Floor

12:30 - 2:30pm

3:00 - 4:00pm

Help for the Hopeless Pot

Textured Wrap Ring

Ingrid King Providing Context Makey Makey in a Visual World Drawings

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H

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Roxie Mitchell

1:45-2:45

12:30-1:30

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Dale Zalmstra

I

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Leisa Austin

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Drawing Boundaries: Media, Marking, and Youth Identity

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Laura Cronen & Patrick Fahey

L

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Photography Round-Table Alexandra Overby

I

HS

12:30-1:30

Janet Newman, Ph.D.

1:45-2:45

Literacy in and I Through the Arts

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Making a Trace Monotype

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H

G

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$

G

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Shayna Tokheim & Lisa Cross

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Donna Goodwin, Ph.D., David Rivers, Paula Vann & Veronica Nelson G

Deb Rosenbaum Africa Meets Africa: Lessons for the U.S.

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Patrick Fahey, Ph.D.

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AP Art Studio Prompts for Breadth Paula Rowinski

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Interactive

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Peak 11 Peak 12 14

Peak 15 Peak 16

Alissandra Seelaus & David Stallings

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Coppertop L

Proposed Revisions to the 2018 CDE Visual Art and the Learning Landscape Arts Standards Kris Fritzsche & Kayla Wheat G I H G I Donna Goodwin Master Class 12:30 - 4:30pm Hot Shop Casting Fine Silver Breckenridge Arts District Dana Province Keynote Workshop 1:00 - 4:00pm Oil Painting 1, Part 1 H G I Michael Bell

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Peak 9

Drawing Secrets of the Old Masters Peak 17 Mandy Theis

Friedensreich Hundertwasser! Teaching for Artistic Behavior G

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G

HS

Dinosaur Drawing Leah Lowe

Peak 8

Writing About and Through Art Peak

$

Mandy Theis

Kristina Mahoney

G

Arts-Based Action Research

Calligraphy...the Art of Lettering.

Wet Felting

I

Anne Thulson

I

Michael Warren

Kari Pepper

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I Second That Emotion

G Original and I Meaningful Ideation

Sieger Hartgers

G

Nicole Jones & Stephen McDowell

Love and Logic in the Art Classroom Pamela Cogburn E

$

The Art of Fashion Illustration Peak

HS

G

H

Kris Heintz Nelson

Artist-Inspired School Art Installations

Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Changes Through Art G

MS

Peak 6/7

$

Workshop Fee

2 Coppertop

3

Imperial Ballroom

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Conference Schedule Friday, November 3

8:00 - 9:00am Presenter: Laura Thompson Fee: $5 (mixed media materials) Audience: High School Type: Hands-On Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Layers Upon Layers Upon Layers 3 Hour Workshop! Blank paper-wha????? So scary -yes? Let’s change all that and make it exciting! Put the play into art making. Focus less on product while you have fun with process. Illuminate with line. Motivate with media. Build backgrounds. Pattern play. Layer upon layer upon layer! Build a repertoire of techniques to help your students work from intuition. Materials to Bring: camera (phone is fine), flash drive, favorite drawing materials, paper ephemera, a sense of play, an open mind!

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Assessment: What you need, but may not know. This presentation will demonstrate how to initiate a program level assessment to better address evolving student and curricular needs. Resources for rubrics, curricular maps, and portfolio review will be provided. Materials to Bring: Big picture thinking, creativity, pen/pencil.

Presenter: Dr. Kelley DeCleene Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 9 Email: kjdecleene@gmail.com

Empowering Paraprofessionals Learn how to establish clear and meaningful learning and engagement expectations for students with special needs and explore ways to develop empowering relationships with paras that foster meaningful student engagement.

Presenter: Andrean Andrus Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 10 Email: aandrus@graland.org

Cray-Pen Workshop Use the new Cray-Pen to create amazing, vibrant effects on almost any surface using melted crayons. The end result can look like an oil painting! It’s fun and easy, and dries immediately. Cray-Pens are suitable for students in grades 5-12. Materials to Bring: Color photo or drawing. Limited to 20 participants.

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Presenter: Sarah Shay Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 11 Email: sarahrshay@gmail.com

Building a Body of Work: The Artistic Process as a Series What does it mean to experiment and play with one big idea over time? Together we will look at how working in a series develops creativity, continuity and inquiry in the arts classroom through a standards-based approach.

Presenter: Alexandria Jimenez Co-Presenter: Molly Nuanes Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 12 Email: alexj@mcadenver.org

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver Museum of Contemporary Art Denver presents how partnerships with community institutions can enhance artistic experiences both in and out of the classroom. From artist-led workshops to student exhibitions, we will discuss ways to build partnerships that support your classroom curriculum.

Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 14 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

So...Umm...Why did my pots blow up? We will cover proper drying techniques for your students projects, firing techniques for firing bisque and more effective glaze firings. How to program your kiln and how to protect your shelving from glaze drips. We will also discuss simple solutions for kiln maintenance and diagnosing problems. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Arrilla Beatty Fee: none Audience: Elementary Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 15 Email: arrilla.beatty@stargateschool.org

A Healing Maching A collaborative art project designed to help students heal the world through art. This workshop will teach you how to create a healing machine with your students by using metal embossing techniques and recyclable materials to make a metal mobile. This project is inspired by the artist Emery Blagdon, who was an outsider artist that created his work out of various trash and recyclables. He believed his art could heal the world with positive energy and referred to his work as a healing machine.

Presenter: Sarah Mitchell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 16 Email: smitchell@kentdenver.org

Addressing Social Justice Through Art As educators, we know that the direct instruction of social justice is just as important as our course content. Power and privilege are interwoven into our students’ lives every day, and many are not even aware of their own impact. We will discuss ways to create a safe and open classroom environment, where every student’s needs are met with respect, empathy, and understanding. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

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Presenter: Lauren Lehmann Co-Presenter: Romona Lapsley Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Peak 17 Email: LLehmann@wpsdk12.org

Reading Works of Art: Visual Literacy as Text Using works of art from the National Gallery Renaissance Collection, Ramona and Lauren will guide participants in giving meaning to works of art and understanding how they can be used as visual texts. This will be an overview of their experience at the National Gallery Summer Teacher Institute-2017.

Presenter: Kevin Beckstein Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hand-On Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: kbeckstein@amaco.com

Glaze, Two Ways Have you ever had glazed tile donated to your classroom or wanted to use glazed commercial tiles for a project? Learn two glaze on glaze techniques using Teachers Palette. We will complete two tiles in this workshop. The first one will be a glazed sgraffito process similar to scratch board and the other will be colorful painting techniques on a commercial glazed tile.

Presenter: Leisa Austin Fee: $3 (metal) Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Time: 8:00 - 9:00am Location: Coppertop 3 Email: lcaustin@jeffco.k12.co.us

Texture Wrap Ring Want to teach jewelry but don’t have a torch? Make a ring with copper that has been textured using rolling mill.

Presenter: Portia Munson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom

KEYNOTE WORKSHOP: Still Life Painting Register Online! A key part of my artistic process is to use the act of painting to consider the deeper meanings of the seemingly insignificant objects that I collect or otherwise feel drawn to. In this class, participants will choose an object from their immediate possessions and use it to create a small acrylic painting from observation. Composition, color, technique and content will all be considered as we work on our paintings. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

MASTER CLASS: Drawing of Hands and Feet 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 misunderstood forms, this class can really help.

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Friday, November 3


Presenter: Robert Schroeder Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Location: outside parking lot Email: clay@rockymountainclay.com

Raku You Can Do! Raku firing is an art. When most potters in the West think of raku firing, they think of what should technically be referred to as “American” or “Western” raku: a process in which work is removed from the kiln at bright red heat and subjected to post-firing reduction (or smoking) by being placed in containers of combustible materials, which blackens raw clay and causes crazing in the glaze surface. Rocky Mountain Clay will offer a Raku class which will be a Master Class. RAKU FOR YOU from Rocky Mountain Clay will be capped at 12 participants. Students are welcome to bring a piece of bisque to Raku fire. (made from an approved Raku clay body, Rocky Mountain Clay, Raku clay body preferred. Instructor will also bring some pieces, made from Rocky Mountain Clay’s Raku clay body, for participants to glaze and fire. Limited to 12 participants.

9:30 - 11:30am Presenter: Pam Stark Co-Presenter: Breezy Sanchez & Miranda Ziegler Fee: none Audience: Middle School & High School Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Peak 8 Email: tplbstarck@aol.com

It’s Always TIme for Scholastics! And Pizza! Colorado Art Awards, the regional Scholastic competition for grades 7-12 is an annual event. While the main components kick off after winter break, early planning leads to more success! Get a head start with information on new aspects of the competition, submission planning, creativity, originality, and adjudication. Mingle with other educators over pizza and if you have time, stay for part two for photography and submission of 3D artwork.

Presenter: Miranda Ziegler Fee: none Audience: Lecture & Interactive Type: Middle School & High School Time: 10:45 - 11:45am Location: Peak 8 Email: mziegler@rmcad.edu

Photography of Art and Submission for Art Competitions This one-hour workshop will cover photography of art by either yourself or your students. We will discuss art completion regulations, best practices and types of lighting (with an emphasis on jewelry, 3D objects and fashion). We will also discuss editing and submitting video files for art competitions and best practices for submission of digital artwork.

Presenter: Gwen Ahlers Co-Presenter: Claudia Roulier Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 9 Email: ahlers_gwen@hotmail.com

Art Source Presents: Artist Claudia Roulier & Gwen Ahlers Imagine surrealistic worlds, images and objects that are assembled in weird and whimsical paintings, drawings and assemblages. These are the worlds created by Claudia Roulier. She selects the basic elements for each of her artworks from her rich collections of objects, pictures and prints, tending to the old, rich in variety, and quite amenable to fashioning into her visions of the unseen or unimagined darker and more curious realities of humankind and of existence. Its always time for art, come join Art Source Professional Development and create an assembled art piece with Claudia Roulier. Materials to Bring: Collectibles, papers, photos to create a collage or small assemblage.

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Presenter: Ryan Talbot Fee: $3 (paper, sharpies, india ink) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 10 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Grid Drawing with Zentangle Embellishments Participants will learn about and be able to create a Grid Drawing Portrait of a Famous Artist that will be outlined with India Ink Brush Strokes and finished with a variety of Zentangle Embellishments. Learn how to teach, incorporate and combine the Artwork of Chuck Close, the history of Asian Calligraphy and the Contemporary Technique of Zentangles into an Art Project your students will love and be proud of. Materials to Bring: Sharpies and other detail ink pens.

Presenter: Brenda Jones Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Peak 11 Email: brendajonesart@gmail.com

Unified Arts In this workshop, learn about the unified art program at Chatfield Senior High which pairs typical education students with intensive needs students in a one to one match. This year long program is based on projects related to an art historical journey from prehistoric art through current. An outline of the program and projects along with examples and lesson templates will be shared in a discussion format.

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 10:45 - 11:45am Location: Peak 11 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Standards Simply Put This workshop demystifies the art standards and offers accessible tools for teachers to use them with confidence and integrity.

Presenter: Tina Murano Co-Presenter: Micah Snider Fee: $10 (mosaic board, tile, grout, tape) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Lecture Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 12 Email: muranostudios@yahoo.com

Celebrating Communities: Making Mosaics Learn how to organize, fabricate and install a community made glass tile mosaic at your school. Regional artist and former art educator, Tina Murano of Murano Studios and Micah Snider, art educator at Dakota Ridge High School, will offer participants technical information, along with hands-on experience with the glass tile mosaic process.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 14 Email: mandytheis1@gmail.com

Oil Paint in the Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? Are you intimidated by teaching oil paint in your art classroom? Come to this workshop to learn how to manage teaching oil painting lessons to your middle school students! The class will cover three major color theory concepts – value, chroma, and hue – through a series of color mixing exercises. Safety, cleanup, and classroom management when using oil paint will be covered in depth. All K-12 art teachers interested in learning how to manage oil painting lessons in their classrooms are encouraged to attend. This workshop is presented by Da Vinci Initiative Co-Founder and President, Mandy Theis (Hallenius). www.davinciinitiative.org Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

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Friday, November 3


Presenter: Andrea Slusarski Fee: $5 (Paper & Brushes) Audience: High School Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 15 Email: andrea.slusarski@gmail.com

Plein & Simple *Weather depending* (Either explore and go outside to really be out in Breck painting OR painting indoors) Join in on a layering demo of how to get students excited about using their watercolors. In this hands-on demonstration we will explore plein air painting and its use in your classroom, various watercolor techniques and tips + walk away with a unique landscape painting! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, watercolors.

Presenter: Amy Marsh Co-Presenter: Julia Brown Fee: $2 (shaving cream, paint, droppers, cardstock) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 16 Email: abeth127@yahoo.com

Marbling Paper Marbling paper has been used as an art form since the 1400’s. I will introduce the cultural context of marbling and marbling techniques. I will then demonstrate a cheap and fun way to utilize this in your classrooms using shaving cream and diluted acrylic paint. Participants will create their own marbling. The results are beautiful and unique. Materials to Bring: Sharpies and scissors.

Presenter: Michael Bell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 17 Web: http://www.mbellart.com/bio/html

KEYNOTE WORKSHOP: 31 Nights Ignite passion in your students through a series of challenges that will change the way they engage in the art-making process over 31 Nights. Awesome for both drawing and photography!

Presenter: Kelly Beach Co-Presenter: Jessi Walker Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: kelly.r.beach@gmail.com

TECHout Your TAB Classroom Explore a wide range of technology (green screens, 3D printers, chromebooks, ipads, stop motion/animation) to use in your tab classroom. Ideal for middle school students but it could be adapted to elementary or high school.

Presenter: Pam Farris Fee: $5 (alabaster, wax, cord) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Coppertop 3 Email: arcadiademedina@gmail.com

Carved Alabaster Pendant Want a simple way to do stone carving in your classroom? Come try your hand carving Colorado alabaster using files and rasps. Then sand, wax and turn into functional jewelry to walk away with. Limited to 20 participants.

11:30am - 12:30pm Lunch

Check out conference lunch specials!

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12:30 - 2:30pm Presenter: Ingrid King Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: Ingrid@stoneleafpottery.com

Help for the Hopeless Pot Learn different ways to achieve success when a pot is damaged at the greenware or bisque stage, and a few for after glaze firing. Materials to Bring: Questions, pen/pencil.

Presenter: Roxie Mitchell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: rmitchell@durango.k12.co.us

Makey Makey Drawings Learn how to make your graphite drawings interactive by connecting them to a Makey Makey. This simple, inexpensive devise that students go crazy for, will allow you to get more STEAM into your classroom at any level. Participants will get to make their own project sample in this workshop. Bring a laptop if you can. Materials to Bring: Resources, ideas, tips to share.

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 1:45 - 2:45pm Location: Peak 8 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

Providing Context in a Visual World The Choice-Based Art Room can be the focal point in a school for demonstrating how connections are created with artmaking across all areas of study and community. The interplay between ideas, materials, and culture in the creative process teaches us how meaning develops and changes with context and purpose.

Presenter: Laura Cronen Co-Presenter: Patrick Fahey Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: lcronen@psdschools.org

Arts Integration: Exploring Climate Changes Through Art Using a student-centered approach to teaching, participants will follow a unit that teaches the science behind climate change through the creative process. Participants will leave with conceptual plans, drawings, and a framework to develop their own integrated unit. Additionally, relationships between participants will be developed to facilitate further integrated units at their own schools.

Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: alexaoverby@gmail.com

Photography Round-Table Teaching photography (digital or film) in the 21st century is challenging. Come and join your fellow teachers to share and discuss pedagogy, lessons, and practical advice for teaching students who have always had a camera in their pocket. Materials to Bring: Computer and sketchbook.

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Friday, November 3


Presenter: Pamela Cogburn Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: artteacherc@gmail.com

Love and Logic in the Art Classroom Learn nine essential skills that used with integrity work with 90% of students to build positive relationships and place the burden of behavior and learning where it belongs, the student! Works with parents, too! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and pen.

Presenter: Janet Newman, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: whatsupdocnewman@yahoo.com

Literacy in and Through the Arts Explore techniques to not only give elementary age students an art experience to build technical skills, but support the classroom academic curriculum, develop literacy about artists, cultures and history. Support students as they become articulate, knowledgeable and competent arts advocates as they extend their skills toward art literacy. Close partnership with classroom teachers allows the blending of arts to support academic achievement and success. Participants will actively experience the process, and receive outlines to help them achieve results in their own arts program.

Presenter: Michael Warren Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 1:45 - 2:45pm Location: Peak 12 Email: pianitar@yahoo.com

Original and Meaningful Ideation In teaching art, it is often difficult to elicit original and meaningful ideas from our students. In this workshop, participants will learn creative and innovative techniques that they can immediately implement in their classes to guide students through the original ideation process! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $6 (intaglio paper, ink, printmaking supplies) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: sieger.hartgers@unco.edu

Making a Trace Monotype We don’t have a recorded history of the origin of Monoprinting; we can trace early stages in which the proofing of intaglio prints can be associated to today’s method of producing a Monoprint. This workshop focuses on the media of the Monoprints trace method. Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) developed this unique technique called trace monotype. We will be using this (now) traditional Monoprint printing technique and create a black and white and value print, and so creating a unique one-of-a-kind print. Oil-based inks will be investigated and press printing for go. Innovative solutions to technical problems, development of personal and original images, and drawing and composition skills will be emphasized.

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Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: $5 (pen holder, nib, paper) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

Calligraphy...the Art of Lettering. Have you wanted to learn calligraphy yourself or do with your students? Take away ideas for your classroom, learn Italic & Pointed Italic and creating a hands-on project. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Co-Presenter: Lisa Cross Fee: $10 (wool, templates) Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: shaynatokheim@yahoo.com

Wet Felting Learn the basics of wet felting-the ancient process of taking a loose wool fiber, adding moisture and friction to create solid seamless functional works of art. In this hands on class, students will gain experience on how to manipulate sheep wool into seamless felted vessels. Materials to Bring: Scissors, phone or camera for video/ picture taking. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: davinciinitiative@gmail.com

Dinosaur Drawing Using atelier methods, this workshop will cover drawing concepts that are often considered “too advanced” for K-12 students and break them into easy-to-understand pieces. Methods for teaching basic proportion, shape, and other realism skills to students will be covered in depth. Using a toy dinosaur as inspiration, participants will use classical drawing skills to create accurate drawings of their subjects. This workshop is taught by Da Vinci Initiative Co-Founder and President, Mandy Theis (Hallenius). www.davinciinitiative.org Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Leah Lowe Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: hiartloweart@netscape.net

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! Surface treatment that does not require glaze will be discussed. You will leave with a lowfire clay lesson sample thanks to Stoneleaf Pottery’s clay donation! Materials to Bring: Apron and hand lotion.

Presenter: Donna Goodwin Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

Proposed Revisions to the 2018 CDE Visual Arts Standards We want to make sure you have a say in the Visual Art Standards. Your voice becomes data for us! This hands-on session with CDE’s Visual Arts content consultant, Donna Goodwin, will show you where and how to leave feedback in the most effective manner. What do you like? What do you agree with? What changes would you suggest? CDE is committed to facilitating an inclusive, open, and transparent review and revision process for the Colorado Academic Standards (CAS) https://www.cde.state.co.us/standardsandinstruction/standardsresourcesk12. The window to provide feedback to the Revision Team https://www.cde.state.co.us/ standardsandinstruction/casreview (comprised of many of the teachers here at the conference!) is October 16 through November 27. Bring your computer; Donna will walk you through the process and answer any questions you may have.

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Friday, November 3


Presenter: Dana Province Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 12:30 - 4:30pm Location: Hot Shop - Arts District

MASTER CLASS: Casting Fine Silver 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. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and pen/pencil.

Presenter: Michael Bell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 1:00 - 4:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom Web: http://www.mbellart.com/bio/html

KEYNOTE WORKSHOP: Oil Painting 1, Part 1 of 2 Register Online! Return to the Renaissance (description): What begins with a tantalizing collage, starts out as a drawing, ends as an incredibly realistic oil painting in either the Grisaille or Verdaccio method. Grisaille is a monochromatic, grayscale style of painting often used for still life or landscapes, and other genres of art. Verdaccio is typically used for portraits (which is the only difference) and is used under fleshtones to add warmth and contrast to the earth tones applied over it. Day 1: Make collage. Gesso paper. Finish Drawing. Paint over drawing in black and white oils.

3:00 - 4:00pm Presenter: Leisa Austin Fee: $3 (metal) Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: lcaustin@jeffco.k12.co.us

Textured Wrap Ring Want to teach jewelry but don’t have a torch? Make a ring with copper that has been textured using rolling mill.

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Drawing Boundaries: Media, Marking, and Youth Identity Investigate the impact contemporary visual culture and media representation have on the construction of youth identity. Learn how to engage drawing students in visual research and critical thinking. Resources provided.

Presenter: Kristina Mahoney Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 9 Email: kmahoney@denverartmuseum.org

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

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Presenter: Nicole Jones Co-Presenter: Stephen McDowell Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 10 Email: smcdowell@fidm.edu

The Art of Fashion Illustration The world of fashion design often brings to mind glamorous images of fashion magazines and runway models. Fashion design is a multi-faceted field requiring not only artistry but also technical skills. This module gives participants a realistic approach to the industry by incorporating these areas. Participants will learn to draw a croquis, the figure outline on which designs are sketched. They will also learn how to draw clothing and represent the texture of fabric in their sketch.

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 11 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

I Second That Emotion A lot of art projects use the prompt: “show an emotion,” but despite the provocative nature of emotions, students’ work can be shallow, thin, and boring for them. This hands-on workshop offers ways to take your students to more interesting spaces than “bright-rainbows-are-happy” and “blackspikes-are-angry.” Come and play.

Presenter: Donna Goodwin, Ph.D. Co-Presenter: David Rivers, Paula Vann, Veronica Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 12 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

Arts-Based Action Research University of Northern Colorado Masters Graduates present the process and findings of their arts-based action research. Topics include using art to work through trauma and anxiety as an artist and a teacher, how using contemporary artists/ artworks within the Core Knowledge curriculum can increase student engagement, and using art-making to strengthen student-peer relationships.

Presenter: Deb Rosenbaum Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 14 Email: deb_rosenbaum@dpsk12.org

Writing About and Through Art Writing is an important skill for all artists. Practicing writing through and about art provides students with accessible, concrete images and ideas to address in both objective and creative writing exercises adaptable to all levels. Learn how simple writing and viewing activities can be tied together in the classroom to improve visual as well as verbal skills. Come prepared to try out some of these exercises in the workshop. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and pen/pencil.

Presenter: Patrick Fahey, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 15 Email: patrick.fahey@colostate.edu

Africa Meets Africa: Lessons for the U.S. Africa meets Africa is a pedagogy recognizing and using indigenous knowledge systems from South African art and culture to teach science, art, mathematics, language arts and social science. This approach does not replace art, but rather, reintroduces students to cultural artifacts as they learn across disciplines. This methodology emphasizes the learning experience; disciplinary boundaries dissolve as students explore concept and meaning. This presentation/ discussion will explore possibilities for schools in the United States as we travel to schools in South Africa.

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Friday, November 3


Presenter: Paula Rowinski Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 16 Email: Paula_Rowinski@msn.com

AP Art Studio Prompts for Breadth Using themes to build forward. I believe that building a strong AP Art Portfolio begins with using the strengths of the students problem solving abilities as creative problem solvers. To promote the growth of growing artists, I respect the diversity of artists that will be creating art in a classroom that will become their community through the year. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 17 Email: mandytheis1@gmail.com

Drawing Secrets of the Old Masters Do you want to learn and teach the drawing secrets of the Old Masters? Participants will learn technical drawing skills by working from a 19th century drawing course. Lesson plans that feature technical drawing skills will accompany the instructor demonstrations and hands on portion of the class. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Allissandra Seelaus Co-Presenter: David Stallings Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: aseelaus@cherrycreekschools.org

Teaching for Artistic Behavior Teaching for Artistic Behaviors (TAB) can seem to imply that skill and technique are at odds with studio habits and dispositions, rather than ingredients that are both integral to students’ artistic development. While focusing exclusively on skill can create a hollow classroom that is devoid of student engagement and conceptual development, a TAB-based classroom can leave students dissatisfied with their inability to reconcile their ideas in a way that is visually satisfying.

Presenter: Kris Fritzsche Co-Presenter: Kayla Wheat Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: kfritzsche@denveracademy.org

Art and the Learning Landscape This workshop is for all levels of art educators interested in engaging students in the architecture, design, and natural elements already integrated into their educational setting. Participants will see architectural drawings from the project’s design-and-build process, and discuss how schools and classroom teachers can incorporate their already constructed teaching spaces to draw inspiration, foster cross-curricular collaboration, and build deeper connections with creativity and the physical learning environment of their school. Materials to Bring: Big picture thinking, creativity, pen/pencil.

4:30 - 5:30pm

Portia Munson Keynote Speaker Peak 17

8:00 - 9:30pm

Art Auction Coppertop 3

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Arts Advocacy Breakfast

Leo Segedin

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

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Art Advocacy Breakfast


Saturday Highlights

Registration Opens at 7:30am! Vendor Hall Hours

Sunrise Yoga

Friday with Courtney Throndson

7:00 - 7:45am Pool Area Bring your yoga mat!

Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm

Peaks 2-5 Across from Registration

TAB STUDIO

Coppertop 2 Create original projects! Leave/take books & supplies! Share materials and plans! Leave copies of lesson plans! Open All Day!

Don’t forget about the bash! Full Steam Ahead! 7:30 - 11:00pm 30’s Speak Easy Attire Optional

Keynote Workshop Portia Munson Scanner as Camera Saturday, November 4 12:00 - 4:00pm Register Online!

CAEA Awards Banquet Saturday, November 4 5:00 - 7:00

Peak 17 Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2017 CAEA award recipients. Saturday Highlights

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Saturday Master Classes & Keynote Workshops register online! Michael Barnhart

Entropy, Chance, and Digital Tools: Let Machines Make Your Art

Saturday, November 4 8:00am - 12:00pm

Create 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. Materials Provided: Inclusive of a piece of drawing paper, pen, and bailing wire for exploring chance with drawing, and access to 3D printer/filament and 3D modeling software as space and time allow. Materials to Bring: Students should bring a laptop if they have one, preferably loaded with a free trial version of Rhinoceros 3D or SketchUp. Instructor will demonstrate basic processes and provide limited access to laptops for interested students during work session regardless of personal computer access. Students should also bring a simple used and inexpensive machine or appliance for creating an automatic drawing machine (like a mechanical or electric eggbeater, electric drill, or small batterypowered motor) and art making supplies like pens, markers, brushes, and ink. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Kathy Beekmon 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. Materials to Bring: Notebook and writing utensil. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

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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. Materials Provided: Materials provided: all tools and necessary technique materials, metals, wire for 3-4 bead possibilities. Materials to Bring: Bring any accent beads, assorted chain, jump rings, rope, leather, cord. Will provide safety glasses but if you like yours bring them. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Sharon McCoy

Not Your Mother’s Tea Pot Saturday, November 4 1:00 - 5:00pm 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. your AP class, your AP syllabi, timelines, etc. Materials Provided: Materials to Bring: Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Rick Louie

Creating Beautiful Landscape Photography Saturday, November 4 1:00 - 4:00pm This class will teach you the keys and tools in creating a masterful landscape image. Learn how to select locations, understand and manipulate light, the tools and techniques to use with your camera to create your artistic masterpiece. Materials Provided: I’ll have a free PDF - Keys to Great Landscapes - available for download. Materials to Bring: There will be an optional photo walk(s)/excursion, bring a camera/smartphone to take pictures. Materials fee is included in class registration fee. Saturday Master Classes

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saturday november 4

schedule 8:00 - 9:00am

9:30 - 11:30am I, Robot

Peak 6/7

Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop

2 Coppertop

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Justine Sawyer & DJ Osmack G

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

9:30-10:30 9:30-10:30

Kris Heintz Nelson

Bridging the Gap

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Kris Heintz Nelson

Time Well Spent Shell Acker L

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Carrie Mann

MS

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Sculpture Basics: Figure & Portrait Ali Alzobaede

Art Advocacy Breakfast with Leopold Segedin Peak 17

HS

Student Art

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Heather Bertarelli & Virginia Downey L

10:45-11:45

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Elementary Tips & Tricks Allison Comer

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Carved Alabaster Pendant Pam Farris

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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

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Sixteen Watercolor Techniques Vanessa Scott

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Titilating Textures in Clay Rui Haagen

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Master Class 8:00am-12:00pm Entropy Chance and Digital Tools Michael Barnhart Keynote Workshop 8:00-11:00am Oil Painting 2, Part 2 Michael Bell

Imperial

Ballroom Imperial

Ballroom

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Make a Mummy and Sarcophagus

9:30-10:30

Peak 12

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11:30 - 12:30pm Lunch

Peak 11

7:00 - 7:45 Yoga - Pool Area

Peak 10

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Peak 8 Peak 9

Mindy McClusky Drawing Found Object Boundaries Assemblage

Saturday, November 4

HS High School Audience

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MS Middle School Audience

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Elementary Audience


=First Floor =Second Floor

5:00 - 7:00pm

Awards Banquet

=Third Floor

Peak 17

=Fourth Floor

Saturday Night Bash Peak 17

12:30 - 2:30pm

3:00 - 4:00pm

Utilize Literature, Literacy, and Text in the Classrooms H G Lisa Adams

Asking the Questions Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Appropriate Appropriation Marty Loftus Explore Kandinsky Anne Mechling

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Why? Creativity Pamela Cogburn

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Time on Task L Art G L in the Art Class Connects Dana Goodier D Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Animals in Action H E Nancy Branca 1:45-2:45

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12:30-1:30

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Quick, Easy, and Effective Tools for Teaching Art History H G Tracy Nichols Standards: I L G Contemporary Art Daily G The Big Picture Grand Tour 2017 Noodle-Doodle Connie Stewart, Ph.D. & L I L E Rachael Delaney Katy Mathes Connie Stewart, Ph.D. H G I Creating Rocks and Charms: Murals Kids Culture in the Classroom LI G Carol Cooper Christine Loehr, Jesse Bott & Rachael Delaney Drawing the Proportions Standards of the Human Head and Face Simply Put H G $ G I Sieger Hartgers Anne Thulson HS L Student Engagement Through Art Andrea Slusarski & Dr. Samuel Helms 12:45-2:45 Art College Expressive Ink Drawing Prep/Art World Prep H G $ G I Kim Putnam Virginia Schick Oil Paint in the Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? H G Mandy Theis Master Class 1:00pm-4:00pm Creating Beautiful Landscape Rick Louie G I Versatility of Metal Embossing Art + Math for All Ages =Awesome! H G D $ Licia Rossetti Andrean Andrus & Nanette Newman Keynote Workshop 12:00-4:00pm Master Class 12:00-4:00 Scanner as Camera H G Portia Munson Master Class 1:00-5:00pm Not Your Mother’s Tea Pot Sharon McCoy H G Vendor Hall Got Gelli? Katy Irvin & Erica Wensmann Loppnow 1:45-2:45

12:30-1:30

7:30 - 11:00pm

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Peak 6/7 Peak 8 Peak 9 Peak 10 Peak 11 Peak 12 Peak 14 Peak 15 Peak 16 Peak 17 Coppertop

2 Coppertop

3 Imperial

Ballroom Imperial

Ballroom

Vendor Hall

At - A - Glance Schedule

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8:00 - 9:00am

Art Advocacy Breakfast with Leopold Segedin

Conference Schedule Saturday, November 4

Peak 17

9:30 - 11:30am Presenter: Mindy McClusky Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 6/7 Email: mcclusky@dickblick.com

I, Robot Sci-fi art is often influenced by technological advances and the popular literary genre. But in this workshop with Blick Art Materials, participants will be the inspiration as they imagine themselves as androids. Participants will create a sci-fi cyborg selfie on metallic board and embellish with wire, hardware, and more. Materials to Bring: Interesting small electronic components.

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Found Object Assemblage Learn how students in introductory 2D/3D foundation classes collaborated to source, deconstruct, and transform found objects into installations that communicated social, cultural and historic messages. Students defended their formal, technical and conceptual execution.

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 10:45 - 11:45am Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Drawing Boundaries: Media, Marking and Youth Identity Investigate the impact contemporary visual culture and media representation have on the construction of youth identity. Learn how to engage drawing students in visual research and critical thinking. Resources provided.

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Presenter: Justine Sawyer Co-Presenter: DJ Osmack Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Peak 9 Email: justine_sawyer@yahoo.com

Bridging the Gap Bridging the gap between technical proficiency and student choice in your curriculum. Wondering how to further develop authentic learning, student voice, and engagement while strengthening technical competency? Engage with a seasoned choice-based educator and one who has recently embraced the pedagogy to discover ideas of how to pace a gradual curricular release to choice based learning with student-driven inquiry as the driving force. Practical ways to infuse the development of a broad base of technical skills with C.H.O.I.C.E (Children Having Original Individual Creative Experiences) and ways to map out a semester or year-long curriculum will be shared.

Presenter: Shell Acker Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 10:45 - 11:45am Location: Peak 9 Email: shell.acker@asd20.org

Time Well Spent Is time in your classroom used to the fullest? Come join me and receive a myriad of ideas to help promote the arts in your school and get ideas for what to do with those kids that finish early. Bring ideas to share with everyone in the classroom so that our list grows. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, pen/pencil.

Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: $5 (barbie, fabric, paint, paper, markers) Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 10 Email: Carrieartmann@gmail.com

Make a Mummy and Sarcophagus Learning about ancient culture. Using Barrie’s (and let’s face who doesn’t want to mummify a Barbie) we will learn all about mummification and Egypt art. Materials to Bring: Scissors.

Presenter: Ali Alzobaede Fee: $10 (sculpture materials) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Lecture Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 11 Email: ali.ghassan.art@gmail.com

Sculpture Basics As all gesture stems from the torso, (figure/ portrait) sculpture class is designed to give students a better understanding of the balance, mass, proportion and anatomy of the human figure by focusing on the relationship between the ribcage and pelvis. Using water-based clay, students will begin by building a simple armature and then model a 1/3 to 1/2 life-size sculpture from life.

Presenter: Heather Bertarelli Co-Presenter: Virginia Downey Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 9:30 - 10:30am Location: Peak 12 Email: heather.bertarelli@gmail.com

Student Art: Creating a Powerful Series Having student’s create art around a theme or big idea is powerful for both the creator and teacher. Interested in discovering new ways to help your artists foster creative concentrations? Come ready to see tons of examples and get inspired. This workshop will focus on the Concentration section of the AP Studio Art portfolio specifically. It will be run by two veteran AP Art teachers. Materials to Bring: Bring some of your best and worst themed works to share!

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Presenter: Allison Comer Fee: none Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 10:45 - 11:45am Location: Peak 12 Email: allisonpcomer@gmail.com

Elementary Tips and Tricks Are you an elementary teacher struggling with classroom rituals & routines? Ways to organize your classroom? Behavior incentives? Ways to have real turn and talks? Come to this workshop and learn some “pro tips” that I use (along with many other art teachers). I will show you tricks of the trade that will hopefully have you feeling successful and ready to conquer the rest of the year in your art room. Although this will be taught from the lens of an elementary school art teacher, all levels are welcome. Materials to Bring: Laptop.

Presenter: Pam Farris Fee: $5 (alabaster, wax, cord) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 14 Email: arcadiademedina@gmail.com

Carved Alabaster Pendant Want a simple way to do stone carving in your classroom? Come try your hand carving Colorado alabaster using files and rasps. Then sand, wax and turn into functional jewelry to walk away with. Limited to 20 participants.

Presenter: Sharon Jacobson Speedy Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 9:30am - 1:30pm Location: Peak 15

MASTER CLASS: Working with Metal and Wire 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. Materials to Bring: Bring any accent beads, assorted chain, jump rings, rope, leather, cord. Will provide safety glasses but if you like yours bring them.

Presenter: Kathy Beacmon Co-Presenter: Cynthia Winter Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm Location: Peak 16

Nurturing Our Deep Desire to Create 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. Materials to Bring: Notebook and writing utensil.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Peak 17 Email: davinciinitiative@gmail.com

Dinosaur Drawing Using atelier methods, this workshop will cover drawing concepts that are often considered “ too advanced” for K-12 students and break them into easy-to-understand pieces. Methods for teaching basic proportion, shape, and other realism skills to students will be covered in depth. Using a toy dinosaur as inspiration, participants will use classical drawing skills to create accurate drawings of their subjects. This workshop is taught by Da Vinci Initiative Co-Founder and President, Mandy Theis (Hallenius). www.davinciinitiative.org Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

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Presenter: Vanessa Scott Fee: $10 (watercolors, paper) Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: vscott12@hotmail.com

Sixteen Watercolor Techniques You will walk away from this class with a poster of 16 different watercolor techniques as well as all the documents you would need to run the UNIT with two different project outcomes. I will use the first part of class to review the documents you will walk away with as well as to set up the class for hands-on creation. The second half of class will be creating your watercolor technique poster. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device, and headphones), this could be a phone or computer. You will need to be able to access videos for demonstrations of each technique covered. Materials to Bring: Laptop, headphones, flash drive.

Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: $5 (clay) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 9:30 - 11:30am Location: Coppertop 3 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Titilating Textures in Clay Build titillating texturing tools in clay while learning hand building basics; pinching, coiling, slab, 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. Materials to Bring: Bring clay tools!

Presenter: Michael Barnhart Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 8:00am - 12:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom

MASTER CLASS: Entropy Chance Digital Tools Create 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 craftinto your work when giving control over to a machine.

Presenter: Michael Bell Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 8:00am - 11:00am Location: Imperial Ballroom Web: http://www.mbellart.com/bio/html

KEYNOTE WORKSHOP: Oil Painting 2, Part 2 of 2 Register Online! Return to the Renaissance (description): What begins with a tantalizing collage, starts out as a drawing, ends as an incredibly realistic oil painting in either the Grisaille or Verdaccio method. Grisaille is a monochromatic, grayscale style of painting often used for still life or landscapes, and other genres of art. Verdaccio is typically used for portraits (which is the only difference) and is used under fleshtones to add warmth and contrast to the earth tones applied over it. Day 2: Once black and white stage is dry on Day 2, we tint and tone using color and liquin, then cadmium stage to bring out full realism and finish.

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12:30 - 2:30pm Presenter: Lisa Adams Fee: $5 (markers, ink, medium, paper, book) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: ladams7@cherrycreekschools.org

Utilize Literature, Literacy, and Text in the Classroom This class will share a wide variety of ways that we can utilize literature, literacy and text in the classroom. We will incorporate a variety of media and options in a multitude of possible units and levels. There will be a lot of Interactive Creative/Reactive strategies introduced in this class. The studio portion will offer the teacher a variety of Mini vignette projects, but you will choose one to complete. You will leave with a bevy of new ideas and strategies for intertwining literature and art! These lessons can be modified for all K-12 classrooms! Materials to Bring: Pencils, brushes, markers.

Presenter: Pamela Cogburn Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: artteacherc@gmail.com

Why? Creativity. Purposefully educating for creativity using a creative process designed for educators and students. Experience a structure that supports outcome definition, guides instruction and simplifies assessment for teachers while engaging students in work that promotes the development of a creative mindset. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, pen/pencil.

Presenter: Dana Goodier Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com

Time on Task in the Art Class Participants will gain strategies to increase time on task in art classes. While many veteran teachers are able to keep their students engaged in their art projects, this session will give you tools to help those students who are engaging in lowlevel and higher-level misbehaviors. All teachers, both new and experienced, encounter that student who pushes your buttons. Learn how to change his attitude in your class by using a few simple steps! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, pen/pencil.

Presenter: Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 1:45 - 2:45pm Location: Peak 9 Email: delane.vanada@uncc.edu

Art Connects Contemporary art integration, in a post-modern approach looks at fostering students’ deep and broad development of concepts—their thinking and ability to make connections to other subjects and issues of personal and societal consequence. It is a system for mapping knowledge, look for where paths of inquiry cross and converge, leading students to deeper and more meaningful learning. Contemporary art integration is also about art and design processes that elicit change—both personal, cultural, and societal. This session presents research and practices from “ART CONNECTS,” a regional K-12 contemporary art integration symposium designed to inspire art educators to move from “covering” curriculum and standards to pedagogies that “uncover” essential questions and enduring ideas that make students’ thinking visible. Participants will also engage with lesson ideas under the umbrella of “big ideas” and ways that more contemporary practice might lead to students’ more self-directed, deep, and meaningful learning.

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Presenter: Nancy Branca Fee: $3 (glue, brushes, paper, paint) Audience: Elementary Type: Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: nbartist@yahoo.com

Animals in Action Through reading and discovery, students develop an action pose of their favorite animal. The participants will choose from an assortment of collage and drawing materials to produce a large mixed media piece. Limited to 15 participants.

Presenter: Connie Stewart, Ph.D. Co-Presenter: Rachael Delaney Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 1:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Standards: The Big Picture This presentation will be an academic discussion of theoretical and philosophical concepts that support Colorado Art Standards. Terms used currently in art education will be discussed. The workshop is for those wanting a “big picture” understanding of the art standards.

Presenter: Connie Stewart, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 1:45 - 2:45pm Location: Peak 11 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Contemporary Art Grand Tour 2017 Come discuss the work of international artists featured in the 54rd Venice Biennale and Documenta 14 from Summer 2017. Artists will be selected for their unfamiliarity for American audiences but also for the applicability of their work to understanding our current times in unexpected ways. Examples include Loris Gréaud’s “Unplayed Notes Factory,” an installation on the island of Murano curated by Nicolas Bourriaud and artist, Egill Sæbjörnsson who has given curation of the Icelandic pavilion to two fictional trolls, Ugh and Boogar.

Presenter: Carol Cooper Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Lecture Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: ccoops7@gmail.com

Creating Murals Murals can empower students by giving them visual voice and how voice can give spirit and meaning to their existence. Let’s face it when students are engaged, school becomes important. When school becomes important they show up, and they learn. If they show up because they want to have fun even better!

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 (12x16 paper, 4 drawing pencils, erasers, handouts) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Interactive Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: sieger.hartgers@unco.edu

Drawing the proportions of the Human Head Drawing the proportions of the Human Head in front view and side view, as shown to us by Leonardo, Duren, Bridgeman and Hale. The workshop focuses on the general proportions of the average human head, and could be a wonderful aid to aspiring artist, these general proportions are a must for ALL who want to draw or teach portrait drawing or painting.

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Presenter: Kim Putnam Fee: $4 (ink, paper) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:45 - 2:45pm Location: Peak 16 Email: kcputnam1412@msn.com

Expressive Ink Drawing Using a variety of sticks provided by the instructor, participants will learn how to let go of controlling their drawing materials in order to draw expressively in ink. By the end of the class, you will have a greater appreciation for the concept of ‘control’ and how to both maintain and relinquish as needed when creating a work of art. Limited to 10 participants.

Presenter: Mandy Theis Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: mandytheis1@gmail.com

Oil Paint in the Art Classroom? Are You Crazy? Are you intimidated by teaching oil paint in your art classroom? Come to this workshop to learn how to manage teaching oil painting lessons to your middle school students! The class will cover three major color theory concepts – value, chroma, and hue – through a series of color mixing exercises. Safety, cleanup, and classroom management when using oil paint will be covered in depth. All K-12 art teachers interested in learning how to manage oil painting lessons in their classrooms are encouraged to attend. This workshop is presented by Da Vinci Initiative Co-Founder and President, Mandy Theis (Hallenius). www.davinciinitiative.org Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Rick Louie Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 1:00 - 4:00pm Location: Coppertop 2

MASTER CLASS: Creating Beautiful Landscape This class will teach you the keys and tools in creating a masterful landscape image. Learn how to select locations, understand and manipulate light, the tools and techniques to use with your camera to create your artistic masterpiece. Materials to Bring: There will be an optional photo walk(s)/ excursion, bring a camera/smartphone to take pictures.

Presenter: Licia Rossetti Fee: $4 (heavy gage aluminum, ink, sharpies) Audience: General Type: Hands-On & Demonstration Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: lrossetti@aspv.edu.mx

Versatility of Metal Embossing for All Ages We will explore the different ways metal embossing can be used in the k-12 classroom, with examples for all ages. The projects ideas presented will each have a different cultural emphasis. Attendees will experiment with the medium and make a sample piece to take with them.

Presenter: Portia Munson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:00 - 4:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom

KEYNOTE WORKSHOP: Scanner as Camera In this four hour workshop we will create vibrant, colorful flower mandalas using flowers as our materials. Artist Portia Munson will show examples of her vivid flower mandala prints and share techniques for arranging and manipulating blossoms into impromptu designs and how to preserved them by using a scanner. We’ll consider the color and form of flowers, ways to dissect or enhance blooms and other flower parts, and how to design a powerful composition of botanical elements. Limited to 24 participants.

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Presenter: Sharon McCoy Fee: $45 (register online) Audience: General Type: Master Class Time: 1:00 - 5:00pm Location: Imperial Ballroom

Not Your Mother’s Tea Pot 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. your AP class, your AP syllabi, timelines, etc.

Presenter: Katy Irvin Co-Presenter: Erica Wensmann Loppnow Fee: $5 (paint & paper) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 12:30 - 2:30pm Location: Vendor Hall Email: katyjane829@gmail.com

Got Gelli? Come explore the many possibilities of printing with a Gelli plate. Do you love the magic of pulling a print, but not the hassle of a press and dealing with harsh chemicals? Looking for a way to do printmaking with students of all ages and abilities? Creating mono prints with Gelli plates is great for making beautiful papers for collage, lovely surfaces to draw or paint on and gorgeous stand alone prints. You can expect to create multiple colorful prints using a variety of objects and stencils for texture and pattern. Materials to Bring: Apron.

3:00 - 4:00pm

Presenter: Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: delane.vanada@uncc.edu

Asking the Questions Equipping art and design students for the uncertainty and challenges of a changing world involves more than skill building. What new philosophies of teaching are needed to foster students’ deeper curiosity, creative confidence, and intrinsic motivation? How can we put students more in charge of their own learning, foster their individual inquiry/research as artmaking and art making as inquiry, plus empower them as agents of change? What is the teacher’s role in guiding students to become more self-directed, creatively confident, life-long creators?

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Presenter: Marty Loftus Fee: none Audience: General Type: Lecture & Demonstration Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 8 Email: mloftus46@gmail.com

Appropriate Appropriation When is appropriation acceptable? Help students differentiate between influence and appropriation, and the possibilities of using images in the service of student vision. Review guidelines for Scholastics, Advanced Placement portfolios, and basic skill development.

Presenter: Anne Mechling Fee: $1 (paper, yarn, glue, chalk) Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 9 Email: anne.mechling@bvsd.org

Explore Kandinsky Come and explore how art and music can work together and it can impact how we create. We will discuss Kandinsky, listen to a few different pieces of music, and then create works of art relating these together! We will explore a few different media when we are creating our masterpieces.

Presenter: Tracy Nichols Fee: none Audience: General Type: Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 10 Email: nichols4@gmail.com

Quick, Easy, and Effective Tools for Teaching Art History Participants will walk through a clear and quick overview of what many scholars agree are some of the great masterpieces of art, architecture, and sculpture from prehistoric times to the present. Participants will also see the historical context of these masterpieces and do several hands on art history projects they can use in their classrooms.

Presenter: Katy Mathes Fee: none Audience: Elementary Type: Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 11 Email: katyjane829@gmail.com

Daily Noodle-Doodle My workshop would be based on my article published in the January 2017 issue of NAEA’s Art Education journal. I also presented a webinar through NAEA in May. The Daily Noodle-Doodle is a research based classroom management system that increases engagement, builds autonomy, streamlines transitions and supports literacy. More than that, it increases the amount of art making time. In a small workshop session, I would share methods and show classroom videos as well as brainstorm with participants about ways they could improve their practices to increase art making time. My hope would be that teachers leave with fresh ideas to incorporate in their classroom.

Presenter: Christine Loehr Co-Presenter: Jesse Bott & Rachael Delaney Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive & Hands-On Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 12 Email: Christyloehr@gmail.com

Rocks and Charms: Kids Culture in the Classroom Let’s celebrate kids, play, and Kid Culture in the art classroom. Warning, this workshop is not suitable for the drab and mundane art educator.

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Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: none Audience: General Type: Interactive Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 14 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Standards Simply Put This workshop demystifies the art standards and offers accessible tools for teachers to use them with confidence and integrity.

Presenter: Andrea Slusarski Co-Presenter: Dr. Samuel Helms Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Lecture Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 15 Email: andrea.slusarski@gmail.com

Student Engagment Through Art This lecture is a presentation created for my graduate research project at RMCAD. In this, I breakdown various ways art has been incorporated into curriculums, then reflect on a cross-disciplinary art lesson created and taught for my research! Tons of info and examples to help you start getting the conversation going about arts integration. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook.

Presenter: Virginia Schick Fee: none Audience: High School Type: Interactive Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Peak 16 Email: virginia.schick@bvsd.org

Art College Prep/Art World Prep Preparing for Creative Careers in the Visual Arts is an interactive workshop where participants will walk through the steps necessary to prepare high school students and their art portfolios for college. This multitier program showcases a highly successful model where students build a portfolio of artwork while learning to write/speak about themselves and their works in increasingly sophisticated ways until as seniors, they are ready to compile an outstanding digital portfolio, applications, letters, etc. I have been using this model for 9 years at Boulder High School. Students have been awarded over $10 million in art merit scholarships to pursue creative careers in the visual arts. Join me to learn my “secrets” and share your own in a collaborative setting. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, pen/pencil, laptop.

Presenter: Andrean Andrus Co-Presenter: Nanette Newman Fee: none Audience: General Type: Demonstration Time: 3:00 - 4:00pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: aandrus@graland.org

Art + Math = Awesome! How our school created a year-long collaboration between art and math in grades K-8, culminating in an all-school art installation on our playground. An art/math fair provided activities for students including: mosaics, tessellations, perspective, shape sculptures, Tinker Tiles, coding puzzles, string art, Soma Cubes, GeoBlocks, Mondrian designs, coding bracelets, paper plate polyhedrons, sticky note grid art, 100s chart, Zometools, Spirographs, and origami, to name just a few! “How Many Colors Make Up Your Name?” 26 letters = 26 colors. Each student and faculty member created a cipher stick with painted circles. Each grade related the installation to math problems and statistics that were age/grade appropriate. This integration garnered a great deal of enthusiasm from both students and teachers. Reflecting on teaching, and working together to find entry points of art into mathematics helped each of us grow professionally.

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CAEA Awards Banquet Saturday, November 4 5:00 - 7:00pm

Peak 17 Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2017 CAEA award recipients.

Rachael Delaney Art Educator of the Year

Rui Haagen High School Art Educator of the Year

Mark Sink Distinguished Service Outside of the Profession

Kimberly Chlumsky Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Elizabeth Stanbro Distinguished Service Inside of the Profession

Christina Martinez Elementary Art Educator of the Year

Peter Youngers Retired Art Educator of the Year

Kevlyn Walsh Rookie Art Educator of the Year

Michael Cellan Marion Quin Dix Award

Thank you Janus for providing the 2017 CAEA Awards Banquet dessert!

2016 CAEA awards recipients

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Colorado Art Education Association

Celebrating 80 Years

Full Steam Ahead!

saturday night bash saturday, november 4, 2017

7:30 - 11:00pm beaver run resort breckenridge, colorado bash featuring wash park band begins at 7:00pm peak 17 optional: dress in your favorite 1930’s speakeasy attire

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

Do you teach AP Studio Art? Would you like to? This master class is designed for high school teachers who answer yes to these questions! Even if you don’t teach AP now, or you might in the future, you will learn strategies to get better work from your students. I have been a reader for AP College Board for six years, jurying the portfolios with 125 other education professionals from around the country. I also teach workshops for College Board on AP Studio Art. That experience has helped me better understand how to help you improve your student work and get those coveted 4’s and 5’s on the exam! While we talk and share we will create a Breadth (range of approach) sample that you can use next week in your classroom. As we create we will talk about these subjects- (many are important in all your HS Art classes) pacing the class, plagiarism, critique, managing student work, what are “Breadth RA” “Concentration SI” and “Quality”, how is 2D different from drawing?, portfolio exam prep, preparing for digital submission, practice grading “reading” using AP rubric, internet site resources…. Spend some time with your AP peers, and improve your practice as an AP teacher! Materials to Bring: Flash drive, samples of your AP student artwork, rubrics and other handouts you use in your AP class, your AP syllabi, timelines, etc. Materials fee is included in class registration fee.

Breakfast with the President Sunday 8:00 - 9:00am

Suite 28190 No Keys Necessary! Cellan will be there, but it won’t be dark.

Representative Council Conferenc Wrap Up & Clean Up Sunday 9:00am - 12:00pm

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Suite 28190 & Conference Center Bubble Wrap Not Included


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Selfie Scavenger Hunt Document your conference experience!

1. Find our selfie stations by registration and Peak 17 2. Post to the CAEA Facebook Page (Like us if you haven’t yet!) 3. Receive prizes during Auction or the Bash... 4. Lets fill up our Facebook Page with all of the amazing things going on during conference and CAEA’s 80th anniversary!

Ski Snowflake Collaborative Project Help us thank Beaver Run Resort!

Help us design a permanent piece of art for Beaver Run Resort’s amazing support of the CAEA fall conferences! Look for the projects by conference registration!

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Colorado Department of Education

2017 CAEA Fall Conference Certificate; This is your Certificate November 2-5 Breckenridge, Colorado Record your workshop attendance below and submit this certificate to the Colorado Department of Education for continuing education credit. No other signatures are required.


COLLEGE OF PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS School of Art & Design Fall 2017 ART 513-612 Colorado Art Education Association Fall Conference “It’s Always Time for Art” Conference Dates: November 2-5, 2017 Location: Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, Colorado Credits: 1 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 Registration Deadline: Submit completed registration form to Connie Stewart at: connie.stewart@unco.edu Submit form electronically by 8 AM on November 13, 2017 to Connie Stewart. You may also give the form to Connie at the CAEA Conference. Registration will absolutely not be accepted after 8AM on November 13, 2017. * 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. 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 2017

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Colorado Art Education Conference with further readings, research and reflexive writings. Course Requirements: 1. Attend CAEA Fall Conference 2017. 2. Pay special attention to keynotes and to work shops that connect art-making to changing times. 3. In addition to new ideas presented at the conference, research further information about the keynote speakers: Leopold Segedin http://www.leopoldsegedin.com/ Portia Munson http://portiamunson.com Michael Bell http://www.mbellart 4. “It’s Always Time for Art “also implies the question, “How does art relate to changing times?” The keynote speakers and workshops all have different viewpoints on art now; how art now responds art before; and how art connects to its current times. Choose ONE of the following questions to respond to: • • • • •

Compare or contrast the artistic philosophies of the three keynote speakers Choose one of the artists/speakers to research more and respond to Do you make work that responds to work before it? How do you make connections between your work and the myriad of ideas and objects that are part of our current times? Do you use journals and other personal reflexive art forms for yourself or your students? How do you show your students that “ It’s Always Time for Art “ or “ Art helps us form relationships that help us connect to our times?”

The following readings give very different viewpoints and may help you form your own ideas and opinions. Delaney, R. (2014). Other Lessons Learned From Relational Aesthetics. Visual Arts Research, 40(1), 25-27. doi:10.5406/visuartsrese.40.1.0025 Segedin, L. ( 2016) Are Images Creative ? http://www.leopoldsegedin.com/essay_detail_images_are_images_creative.cfm: Bourriaud-Postproduction: Culture as Screenplay; How art reprograms the world.pdf http://faculty.georgetown.edu/irvinem/theory/Bourriaud-Postproduction2.pdf (This is long. You may want to browse through it) Or listen to excerpts from Bourriaud http://openfileblog.blogspot.com/2012/01/nicolas-bourriaud-postproduction.html The articles can be emailed to you by Connie Stewart if requested

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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. Paper must be submitted by November 27th 2017 Email to Connie Stewart at connie.stewart@unco.edu. Course will be graded S/U upon completion of requirements * 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.

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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/dean-ofstudents/). 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, fax (970) 351-4166, or visit www.unco.edu/dss as soon as possible to ensure that accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion. 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.

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Fax: (970)351-2519 Office: (970)351-2594 aimee.rogers@unco.edu You are registering for UNC credit for the following course: Term: summer 2017 Instructor Title Prefix/#/Section CRN Credits Tuition Connie CAEA Fall Conference: ART 513-612 1 $60 Stewart “It’s Always Time for Art” Important Dates: Add Deadline*: 11/13/2017 (form must be received by 8am) Drop Deadline: 11/14/2017 *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 in person or to connie.stewart@unco.edu Social Security Number*_____/_______/_______ UNC Bear Number_______________________ Birth Date_____/_____/______ *Only provide if you do not have a Bear ID Have you earned a Bachelor’s degree? m yes m no Year received ____________ Have you attended UNC before? m yes m no 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___________________ Phone ______________________________________ Email Address _________________________________________________ The following information is used for University statistical records: Sex: Male m Female Marital Status: Citizenship: m U.S. m Non-U.S. If not a U.S. Citizen, Visa type? Ethnicity: check appropriate box(es) YES

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The First Annual National Art Honor Society Leadership Day • South High School 1700 Louisiana Ave, Denver, 80210

• Participation Fee: $10.00. • Lunch is provided.

• Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

• Registration is open to all art students.

• Students can participate individually or as a group.

• Register at www.caeaco.org by Tuesday, 11/07/2017

Our mission is to connect Colorado’s high school art students with Colorado’s college and university art programs as they prepare for careers in creative industries. Participating institutions include Arapahoe Community College, Colorado State University, Metro State University, and The University of Northern Colorado. NAHS Leadership Day Schedule: Registration/Breakfast: 8:00-8:30 Super Session: 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM: National Art Honor Society Introduction and Welcome Block 1: 9:35 AM - 11:45 AM Lunch Provided: 11:45 AM -12:45 PM; College Open Tables Block 2: 12:50 PM – 3:00 PM Super Session: 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM: Wrap-Up and Thank You 1. Presentations about Building Portfolios for Application Process Learn important information about what universities look for in the preparation of an art portfolio.

2. College Presentations and Q&A Learn important information about schools, admissions requirements, the application process, specific art department programs and information, and student life.

3. Workshops Hands on art making time will be used for further Q & A and individually connecting with college

representatives.

Open Information Tables Information tables will be manned throughout the day. Students will have time to visit tables during the lunch hour. Tables will provide students any information necessary for student education and recruitment. If you need further information please contact CAEA High School Representative Justine Sawyer or President Elect DJ Osmack; justine_sawyer@yahoo.com, djosmack@gmail.com ***Funds collected will be disbursed toward event expenses, facility and materials fees, student scholarships, and teacher professional development opportunities.**


2018 CAEA Awards Nominations

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2016 CAEA awards recipients ...that is an art education super hero? ...is making an impact in their classroom or community?

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