2018 CAEA Fall Conference - Program Book

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Vendors 2

President’s Message 3

2018 Fall Conference Committee 4 Conference Etiquette 5 2018 CAEA Elections 6

CAEA Representative Council 8

2018 CAEA Awards 10 Keynote Speakers 20

Table f o Contents

Art Advocacy & Standards 22 Thursday Master Classes 24 Thursday Highlights 25

Thursday AM At-A-Glance Schedule 26

Thursday PM At-A-Glance Schedule 28 Thursday Workshop Descriptions 31 Thursday Night Highlights 43 Friday Master Classes 44 Friday Highlights 45

Friday AM At-A-Glance Schedule 50 Friday PM At-A-Glance Schedule 52 Friday Workshop Descriptions 54

Saturday Art Advocacy Breakfast 68 Saturday Master Classes 69 Saturday Highlights 70

Saturday AM At-A-Glance Schedule 74 Saturday PM At-A-Glance Schedule 76 Saturday Workshop Descriptions 78 2018 CAEA Awards Banquet 93 Saturday Night Bash 94 Sunday Highlights 95

CDE Relicensure Credit 96 UNC CREDIT 99

2019 CAEA Awards Nominations 103 Conference Center Locations 110

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President’s Life’s great moments we share here in Breckenridge couched in the care of play growing in paths we love engaging in the serious business of serious fun. How do you play? The ways we play… What would we do without each other? Go OUTside and Play!! Balance between work and play Play a game Playful Think in motion Flow, swing, gesticulate Sense of mind Climbing from melancholy Understanding others Trusting others Cope Heal Playin’ around You playin’ me? Come play with me! Intelligibility through storytelling Play on words Shaping ideas Reshaping ideas Agents of play RECreate ReCreate Commemorate, celebrate, divinate To care To love What will you learn while you play?

Message

Vanessa Hayes-Quintana CAEA President

National Institute of Play Huizinga, J. (1950), Homo ludens: a study of the play-element in culture. Boston: Beacon Press (1955 reprint). Sturrock, G. and Else, P. (1998), The playground as therapeutic space: playwork as healing - the Colorado paper. IPA/USA: Triennial National Conference. Urban dictionary.com

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Vanessa Hayes-Quintana Site Coordinator Kim Chlumsky Schedule Coordinator, Program Book & Social Media Michael Cellan & Robin Wolfe Data & Registration Michael Cellan & Robin Wolfe On-Site Registration DJ Osmack Master Classes Rachael Delaney & Vanessa Quintana Keynotes Lisa Cross & Amy Marsh Keynote Liaisons Lloyd Bourdon & Robin Wolfe Vendor Coordinator Mike Carroll & Kim Williams Awards Kelley DeCleene Table Decor Theresa Clowes Volunteers & Hospitality Rick Louie & Alexa Overby Conference Documentation Mike Carroll & Jesse Crock Art Auction Carrie Mann, Kari Pepper & Bash Justine Sawyer David Lehmann Karaoke Angie Willsea Signage Kari Pepper TAB Room

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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. Conference Etiquette 5


REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS

2019-2022 TERM

Welcome to the 2019 Representative Elections! To Vote for your selections for the 2019-2022 term please scan the QR Code below or go to https://goo.gl/forms/l1d5We4yC10I1qBw1 Your ballot must be submitted by Sunday, Novemeber 11, 2018

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Representative council Elected Executive Board 2016 - 2019

Vanessa Hayes-Quintana President

DJ Osmack President Elect

Mike Carroll Vice President

Rachael Delaney Secretary Alexis Quintana Treasurer

Elected Regional Representatives Open North West Region

Task Force Chairpersons and Publications Alexa Overby Collage Editor

Janet McCauley Collage Design

Rosemary Reinhart Collage Copy Editor Lisa Adams Spring Conference

Sharon Jacobson-Speedy North Central Region Vanessa Hayes-Quintana Youth Art Month Michelle Zuccaro Art Source Open North East Region Open West Central Region

Mike Carroll Metro Region

Kim Chlumsky Metro Region

Lisa Cross East Central Region

Kim Chlumsky Social Media

Elizabeth Stanbro Advocacy & Public Miranda Ziegler Scholastics Pam Starck Scholastics

Kari Pepper South West Region Kim WIlliams & Mike Carrol Awards CAEA Exhibition Michael Cellan Open South Central Region Open South East Region

Elected Division Representatives Jessica Walker Elementary

Open Middle School

Christine DeVivo High School

Sam Mizwicki Private/Charter

Theresa Clowes Higher Education Carrie Mann Multi-Level

Open Commercial Open Supervision

Deb Rosenbaum Retired

Open Museum & Gallery

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Web Master Robin Wolfe

Kelley DeCleene Special Needs in Art Education


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Art Educator of the Year

Kimberley D’Arthenay

Kimberley is a true innovator, leader and advocate, and a passionate working artist in the field of art education and the art world. Her name really does have ART in it! Kimberley consistently refines her own art practices, which translates into truly engaging and innovative projects for her students. There is a perennial lingering question of whether an art teacher creates their own work, or if they “just teach art.” Kimberley is always doing both. She is always working on something; whether it is drawing in a sketchbook, working on ideas for students or creating her own work for an exhibition, or creating for the sake of making art. Kimberley’s k-6 students learn about art mediums, processes, and techniques that are above and beyond the k-6 level. In her classroom, Kimberley innovates with varieties of media and techniques such as encaustic painting, mixed media, collage, and printmaking. Kim Chlumsky recognizes Kimberley’s student work, even at first grade levels rivals middle or high school art making. Kimberley’s students are consistently honored at her district art show, and are always represented in a variety of art shows in the Castle Rock community. When viewing her student’s work in a sea of exceptional pieces, Vanessa Quintana always notices that there is often something extra special that is evident. Kimberley is able to guide students in getting to the heart of why they are creating their work, and the heart of their art shines brilliantly. Her commitment to excellence in art education has a significant impact in the visual arts in Douglas County Schools. Assistant Principal, Stacey Roberson appreciates Kimberley’s ability to make extremely solid relationships with the students, teachers, and families that she works with. Her strong work ethic and diligence to details allow her to help her art students understand what the artistic process is, and how it doesn’t need to look like everyone else. Kimberley’s dedication to her profession often includes staying late and weekend visits to school. In the classroom, her veteran status translates to effective instructional pedagogy that leads to student growth outside the artistic avenues of social and academic arenas, and into their middle and high school endeavors. A true leader in the Douglas County School district, Kimberley has served on the Art Curriculum Council for many years, along with being a chair and organizer for DCSD Art Shows. She currently advocates for professional development among the elementary school art teachers. She created a wonderful art education community, and opportunities for teachers to gather, share ideas, and engage in professional development endeavors. She created a professional development day for elementary teachers who attended the CAEA fall conference to share their learnings. Kimberley independently creates these opportunities to connect with other art teachers absent of any district mandate. Kimberley has also presented at CAEA fall conferences for many years. Her sessions are always packed, as other art teachers want to learn the innovative processes she teaches her students. Kimberley’s curiosity translates to what she teaches students and how she inspires others. An exceptional art educator, and an exceptional artist, Kimberley is more than an art educator of the year. Congratulations, Kimberley D’Arthenay 2018 Colorado Art Educator of the Year

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High School Art Educator of the Year

Alexa Overby

There are many wonderful ways to describe Alexa’s unique ability to connect with her students and colleagues. She exhibits exemplary professionalism within all of her teacher and leadership responsibilities. She is a skilled performer, a master juggler, compassionate, and supportive. Her driven and tenacious “make no excuses” spirit is softly cloaked in humble gentleness. Her reach is extensive within her classroom, and out into the world of art where her work and advocacy touch East High School as a whole and within the Denver Public School District and surrounding community. She balances with seeming ease, her roles as a Photography Teacher, Curriculum Specialist, East High School Senior Team Lead, Denver Public Schools Regional Team Specialist, CAEA Collage Editor, and Mother to three extraordinary girls, a dog, and numerous other animals. Linda Slobodin recognizes Alexa’s ability to foster growth among dedicated art educators in her leadership roles that illustrates her desire to further enhance the professionalism of art education in Colorado. Alexa’s AP Studio Art, AP Art History, and Photography students know her to be patient, empathetic, and kind. Through her ability to analyze and reflect, and in her spirited belief in the power and potential of learning, Alexa seeks endless ways to authentically engage students and show their work where they are regularly recognized for excellence. Barth Quenzer shares that one of the hallmarks of Alexa’s pedagogy of praxis is her ability to put a persuasive vision into collective action. She built a photography program without adequate resources, a handful of cameras, and an overflowing classroom. She collaborates with the Center of Visual Arts at Metro State University, leads National Art Honor Society, participates in Scholastic Art Awards, Denver Month of Photography Teen exhibitions, Colorado Student Art Month, East Art Walk, Art Camps, Internships, and in many other community collaborations and events. Linda Slobodin shares how Alexa initiated a collaborative art installation piece with their classes that fostered a clearer sense of community within their department. She provides activities which ignite curiosity, for example, students chose adults who impacted their life, and created large black and white portraits of staff members showcased in the main school hallway. Joyce Baker concludes, “This woman exceeds all definitions of what it takes to be a great educator. I know of no other educator I have ever met in my 30-year career who is more deserving of this honor.” Congratulations, Alexa Overby 2018 High School Art Educator of the Year

12 Awards: High School Art Educator of the Year


Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Vanessa Scott

During the past ten years, Ms. Scott has been an Art Educator at Eagleview Middle School. She has been described as having an “infectious enthusiasm and unwavering commitment to helping students take healthy risks and develop a love for visual arts, while simultaneously helping maintaining guardianship of our school-wide Visual Arts program, from which all students at our school benefit.” Ms. Scott is committed to making a difference in the lives of students through art, as well as enhancing the appreciation for arts throughout the community. As a member of the Eagleview community, Ms. Scott has played an integral role in training teachers how to successfully integrate arts into their curriculum; an essential component in the Academic Arts Academy. Her Principal, John T. Jamison said, “When I first toured Eagleview Middle School, I was immediately aware of the impact the art program had on the school. Every corner of the school rings of creativity and innovation because of the work of her students. Over the past nine years, Ms. Scott’s 8th Grade classes have created extraordinary art installations for the school. In 2013, she worked with students to do a project of painted pavers for the school’s community garden. In 2014, Ms. Scott was awarded the “Unique Project” award from the Arts and Business Education Consortium for the work she did in the community garden as well as the 8th grade installation projects.” Students leave behind their legacy at EMS by taking part in these installations that become a permanent display in the school. School administrators say that “Vanessa Scott is a dedicated professional who maintains positive and productive relationships with all staff members throughout the school and school district and is always willing to assist and provide leadership when needed. Ms. Scott is a visionary who is unfailingly willing to take on new challenges and has proven ability to create opportunities for students, teachers and administrators to think beyond traditional problem solving paradigms.” Congratulations, Vanessa Scott 2018 Colorado Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Awards: Middle School Art Educator of the Year 13


Elementary School Art Educator of the Year

Elisabeth Flynn Marcus

Echoing in a hallway somewhere, is Liz Marcus’ laugh. Trailing in her wake is the magical presence of life. Liz exudes the joyful excitement and enthusiasm being an art teacher brings. She passes her creative energy and love for the arts to her adoring students who gain a lifelong appreciation for art, and who are safe be themselves. Wilmot principal Matt Cormier expresses Wilmot School community’s tremendous appreciation for the incredible master art teacher Liz is, and they wholeheartedly see her as “Colorado’s Best.” Not simply in art, but for Liz’s innovation and passion, and the path that she chooses to teach, inspire and challenge every one of her 600 students. Liz is one of those rare educators that you could give an instructional manual of any subject and she would create an inspiring and effective lesson. Matt jokes that Liz could teach people how to change a transmission in a car, and she would do it in a way that would inspire and lead to success. Liz’s students will say she is “fun and funny, they learn “sooooo much,” and art is the class they most enjoy.” They love to “WOW” Mrs. Marcus as she gives them the space to expand their love for creating. Liz is deeply invested in making meaningful connections with her students and community. She goes above and beyond to create a safe and welcoming environment where students become confident to take risks. Wilmot Instructional Coach Sarah Lindmeier shares that each class Liz teaches hosts an art show three time per year. With a total of 42 art shows, Liz guides students to organize the vision of their shows that include instruments, creating murals with families, and having stations where students can teach their craft to their guests. Every year, Liz takes to heart the 3rd grade public art unit. When Wilmot endured a tragedy with the loss of a 1st grade student. Liz involved the student’s older 3rd grade brother. Through working in the community garden, students created three totems to memorialize the 3rd graders’ brother by creating ceramic animals. Liz worked with the family to create the toppers for each totem. This year, she partnered with an artist who came to our school and worked with her to help students paint the shed in the community garden. Liz is also a part of Wilmot’s PBIS committee, and goes out of her way to be sure she individually knows each student. Liz hones her content knowledge, her ability to connect with students, her colleagues, and the community by presenting workshops and ideas that teachers continually use in their own classrooms. Liz also served on the Douglas County School District Arts Council, and was an asset to the leadership committee. She brings a fresh perspective to teaching elementary art, and contributed greatly to organizing art shows and professional development in the Douglas County community. Liz’s unmatched energy and passion for her craft often leave everyone in the room in stitches. Congratulations, Elisabeth Flynn Marcus 2018 Colorado Elementary School Art Educator of the Year 14 Awards: Elementary Art Educator of the Year


Private/Charter/Independent Art Educator of the Year

Ryan Talbot

As an exceptional art educator and artist in the Denver area, Ryan Talbot’s character and integrity is highly respected among his trusted colleagues, his friends, his students, and within the community. At All Souls Catholic School, his leadership and zeal for teaching is unmatched. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Northern Colorado School of Art and Design where he also taught Art Foundation courses. University of Northern Colorado Professor, Seiger Hartgers describes Ryan as, “well educated and exceptionally motivated, bringing total devotion and dedication to the classroom, and to his students and any art project he is given to accomplish.” Ryan is also a working artist, always pushing himself creatively to use a variety of media and concepts. He is visible in the art world through his support of being a member and showing work at galleries such as NEXT, ZIP37, and the Fellowship Denver Visual Artists Group. He recently had a solo show titled “Shelters” at Zip38. In his love for teaching and creating art he brings tremendous skill, creativity, and unique flare to his classroom. Ryan’s high expectations and level of art instruction are apparent to anyone who views his student’s work. Ryan engages and inspires every single student at his school in art. He is dedicated and caring, demonstrating a love and respect for young people who respond to his warmth and enthusiasm. Principal Tracy Alarcon says Ryan’s teaching “reflects flexibility of methods and an ability to meet his students varying needs with highly engaging and creative lessons that give each student the unique opportunity to let their own inner artist shine.” Ryan consistently displays work in his school to celebrate and communicate the importance of art education; and he authentically bridges the gap between the classroom and the “real art world” by organizing shows for students at a professional gallery. Mr. Talbot’s professionalism is highly regarded among his peers and parent community. He is very generous with his time and is a team-player. Kim Chlumsky reminisces about workshops Ryan gives at the CAEA Fall Conference. “The room was packed as the title of the workshop about Pixelated Mosaics captured everyone’s attention. The workshop was truly inspiring and sparked many ideas that have driven many of the projects in my own classroom. Ryan takes an unexpected spin on every workshop he has presented at the CAEA conferences over the past four years, including Louise Nevelson inspired robots and Zentangled, cubism inspired self-portraits. Ryan’s workshops give inspiration to all art teachers to create engaging projects for their students.” Ryan also organizes and hosts the Annual Archdiocese of Denver Catholic Schools Art show. This venue allows other art teachers to show their student’s artwork and honor their accomplishments. Ryan’s community of friends and colleagues view him as a great asset to humanity and art education. Congratulations, Ryan Talbot 2018 Colorado Private/Charter/Independent Art Educator of the Year Awards: Private/Charter/Independent Art Educator of the Year 15


2018 Distinguished Service Outside the Profession

Alexis Quintana

For the past several years Lexi has passionately volunteered her time as Treasurer for CAEA. Lexi’s role far exceeds the duty of promoting financial stability and success for our organization. Lexi has a problem solver attitude and is a forward thinker. It is her expertise that has moved CAEA forward in our financial fortitude, although she might emphasize a “team effort”. This is also one of her best attributes. She is a team player and wants what is best for CAEA. Lexi has single handedly restructured the CAEA financial system in a way that is more comprehensible to the “artist mindset”. She has brought much of our financials into an understandable format that has helped the Executive Council increase their ability to make proper, responsible decisions that will elevate the impact of what CAEA can do for education. Mike Carroll points out, “Like many Executive Council members, and those dedicated CAEA members, she has volunteered many hours, over several years, at our conferences in Breckenridge and Executive Council meetings and on her own time. She believes in what we do, and she actively participates to better our association even though she is not an Art Teacher.” Most of us see Lexi as a young woman with a bubbly personality and a huge smile who is always willing and happy to help with registration but Lexi’s impact on our organization does not stop there. Lexi is an ultra professional who loves to remind us that she is not an artist, but if it were not for her passion and creativity behind the scenes, CAEA would not be as financially sound as we are. Lexi has spent countless hours combing through our financial records, organizing our books and making sure that all transactions including those at our conference are processed and our accounts are up-to-date and accurate. DJ Osmack comments, “Lexi’s enthusiasm and dedication to CAEA is boundless. I am honored to call Lexi a colleague and friend. Her contributions are an integral part of our organization. Her desire to constantly evolve and improve our financial stability demonstrates her extraordinary leadership and innate desire to further the profession.” Congratulations, Alexis Quintana 2018 Distinguished Service Outside the Profession

16 Awards: Distinguished Service Outside the Profession


2018 Distinguished Service Within the Profession

Miranda Ziegler

Miranda is a truly gifted advocate for the arts and art education. As the Community Outreach Ambassador for Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, she is always thinking about what she can do next to support us all, and what can we do to inspire students to continue making art in college and beyond. As the Community Outreach Ambassador at RMCAD for the past six years she has run numerous projects to encourage community activism in the arts. Everything from spearheading scholarships in local art districts, congressional competitions, hosting summer programs, camps, and pre- college for high school students at RMCAD, to organizing portfolio events and attending events nationwide. Miranda also directs the RMCAD Professional Development Day opportunities for area art and design educators from 2014 to present day, most recently the 2017 JeffCo Professional Development Day in August with over 150 art and design educators. She mentors design students in the community within the AIGA Elevate program and hope to engage the artist of our future by volunteering in local programs. Miranda has been a huge contributor to the Scholastic Art Awards Program. Miranda has spent countless hours re-designing the Scholastics website, established a plagiarism committee, found sponsorships and scholarships, digital assets and organizing the Red Carpet Premiere and awards ceremony. It is so important that there are supporters of this incredible organization, and her hard work is incredibly appreciated. Miranda supports the Scholastic Art Awards and art teachers further through her workshops at the CAEA Fall Conferences. Topics have covered: How to Photograph your Art, Digital Edits and Scholastics Overview. Congratulations Miranda Ziegler, 2018 Distinguished Service Within the Profession

Awards: Distinguished Service within the Profession 17


2018 Emerging Professional Art Educator of the Year

Kelsea Fischer

“Ms. Fischer is a gifted and motivated educator. She came to work with us at American Academy in the fall of 2015 having just completed her degree at University of Northern Colorado.” Mark Middlebrooks, the Director of the Specials Department at the American Academy continues to say: “Since that time, Ms. Fischer has demonstrated an innate ability to connect with students and to do so in the context of her discipline, with exceptional ease and rapport. Students are drawn to her gifts and her personality, perhaps most aptly demonstrated by an overwhelming waitlist in place for students to join Ms. Fischer in extra-curricular after school programming, but also clearly indicated in student surveys that comment consistently on the enthusiasm of participating in Ms. Fischer’s programming both during the school day and in extended programming. Ms. Fischer sets the bar for respect among her peers. She is amiable, sensitive, and always willing to flex and help out whenever needed. She frequently creates works of art for the benefit of our entire community and I can adamantly indicate that she is always focused on her impact in this community.” Angela Yu, a co-worker at American Academy, comments,“I met Mrs. Fischer two and a half years ago when she began teaching art at American Academy in Castle Pines, Colorado. As librarian, I have the great opportunity to see all the students, and there was excitement in the air! The chatter was spreading through the school about “the most amazing new art teacher”, and when I met her, I instantly saw why.” Kim Chlumsky, who nominated Kelsea, says “[She] is a true art advocate as she has transformed American Academy from a STEM school to a STEAM focused school. She has shown students that they all have the ability to be creative thinkers and to connect the arts in everything that they do. I look forward to seeing what else Kelsea will do in her career as an art teacher. Kelsea is truly a wonderful person, artist and educator who has a gift of inspiring those around her. She truly does deserve this award.” Congratulations, Kelsea Fischer 2018 Colorado Rookie Art Educator of the Year

18 Awards: Emerging Professional Art Educator of the Yea


2018 Marion Quinn Dix Leadership Award

Tom Fleecs

Those privileged to know Tom Fleecs are aware of his history of successful contributions to the arts community in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Bringing, and keeping the arts alive in education and the community, Tom Fleecs’ work has touched thousands of people for the duration of many years. Thousands; teachers, administrators, community members representing all walks of life and career fields, and most importantly, students. Few people have worked as tirelessly for their “thousands” as Tom Fleecs. His support for the arts reaches throughout the community as a man who communicates and connects with diplomacy and finesse, to a rubber meets the road in the trenches supporter of classroom teachers. Tom was originally a music teacher, whose passion for supporting all forms of art led him to his position as an instructional supervisor for District 11 in Colorado Springs, and to his role as a Chair of The Arts, Business, Education Consortium. Michael Cellan recognizes how CAEA members have always appreciated Tom’s highly involved support of art teachers. He ensured that art teachers understood the importance of attending the CAEA Fall Conference and advocated for their professional development by writing a letter of support they could present to their Principals or Supervisors. Kris Stanec shares, “Indeed, Tom is one of the most inspired and inspiring people I know.” In his passionate and unending reach that turns into nightly attendance of events around the city, Tom is always seen with a sparkle in his eyes as he personally ensures the arts are getting noticed, and guiding his colleagues to do the same. With Tom, Shell Acker co-chairs The Arts, Business, Education Consortium which promotes the growth of cultural arts in education in the Pikes Peak area. Serving 15 school districts, businesses, and community supporters, the consortium honors those who contribute significantly to the arts in education. Shell reflects, “For over thirty years, Tom has been the go-to person, the conduit you can count on to attend to every arts need in every corner, to facilitate, to collaborate, to educate, and to advocate.” Lisa Cross describes Tom as a gracious, intelligent and empowering leader of ABE and the District 11 Arts program. “Tom has been a mentor to me in the past few years and has encouraged me to pursue my own leadership abilities and passions in arts education. Tom is a visionary director that has strengthened and legitimized arts education in Colorado Springs, his legacy is a priceless gift that will endure for years to come in the Pikes Peak Region.” Congratulations Tom Fleecs, 2018 Marion Quinn Dix Award Winner

Awards: Marion Quinn Dix Leadership Award 19


KEYNOTE speakers

Carlos Fresquez Artist & Educator

Keynote, THURSDAY 5:30-6:30pm WORKSHOP, FRIDAY 12-2:45pm MFA University of Colorado, Boulder, 1995 BA Metropolitan State University of Denver, 1980 Carlos Frésquez was born in Denver, Colorado. He received a BA from Metropolitan State University of Denver in 1980 and a MFA from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1995. He has exhibited his drawings, prints, installations and paintings in at least 30 U.S. states and in a dozen different countries. Carlos has lectured about Chicano Art history and his own artwork at many colleges, universities, galleries and art centers including; Las Bellas Artes in Mexico City, The Albuquerque Museum and The National Museum of American Art. He is an Associate Professor of Art at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Artist Statement “I have always tended to work in a grouping or in a series. My art is created in a series or as a body of work that combines my past with the present. The duality of Chicanismo or mestizaje, is truly what is most inspiring to me. I am inspired by Picasso's in the museums and the placas (graffiti) on the streets. The fusing ofpop art with arte popular is what assists me to combine ‘isms’ (expressionism, etc.) with ‘ismos’ (carnalismo, etc.). Chicanismo allows us to accept our historybut also gives us a new reality to deal with the present and the future.”

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ood Steve CW OUCH CONCRETE FOUNDER & DIRECTOR

Keynote, Friday 4:30-5:30pm WORKSHOP, SATURDAY 1-4pm Steve received a BA from Colorado College in 1984 and subsequently apprenticed with master muralist Eric Bransby. In his tenure as Director of Public Art Associates, LLC, Steve received numurous awards including the “Service Learning Award” (1996), the “Community Weaver Award” (1998), from KRCC and the CS Independent, the “Public Art Empowering Youth Award” (1999) from the Pikes Peak Arts Council, the “Continuing Support for Arts Education Award” (2003) from the Arts, Business, and Education Consoritum, the “Service Outside the Field Award” (2008) from the Colorado Art Educators Assoc., the “Bee an Arts Leader Award” (2012) from the Bee Vradenburg Foundation, and the “Starr Kempf Imagination Award” (2015) from the What If Festival of Innovation and Imagination. In 2017, Steve received the “Charles Rockey Artistic Endeavors Award” from the Manitou Springs Collaborative. His mural and sculptural projects have also earned numerous design awards, including “Project of the Year Award” (2003) from the American Public Works Assoc. (with Mario Miguel Echevarria and others) and the “Compatible New Construction Award” from the Colorado Springs Historic Preservation Alliance. Steve is a board member of the Community Built Assoc., a national nonprofit that support architects, artists, builders, planners, teachers, and other who incorporate the community in their practice. ​Steve is married to Laurie Wood and they have one son, Jake.

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ART

ADVOCACY AND STANDARDS

Connie Stewart, PhD University of Northern Colorado ut?

What Do Kids Want to Talk Abo

THURSDAY, 4-5Pm COPPERTOP 3 & FRIDAY 8-9AM PEAK 8 Secret Stories of Objects

SATURDAY, 11:45AM-12:30PM PEAK 12 dards

Power of the Colorado Art Stan

FRIDAY 3-4PM PEAK 9 & SATURDAY, 2:45-3:30PM PEAK 12

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University of Northern Color ion at uc Ed of t en tm ar ep D o ad or ol C Universal Design for Learning in

Friday, 8-9am PEAK 11

Art

Identification of Gifted and Talented Artists

Friday, 3-4m PEAK 11

ARTS ADVOCACY BREAKFAST

SATURDAY, 8-9AM

UNC MA Action Research

Saturday, 10:30-11:30am PEAK 11

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Thursday

MASTER CLASSES Alicia McKim

Kitchen Lithography

Thursday, 9am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Create a dramatic still-life by illuminating your subject with Rembrandt lighting. Using water-mixable oils, the artist will apply confident brush strokes to develop shape, form and value. The strong lighting will add an emotional impact to the monochromatic image.

Nancy Branca

Monochromatic Painting with Rembrandt Lighting

Thursday, 1-4pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Create a dramatic still-life by illuminating your subject with Rembrandt lighting. Using water-mixable oils, the artist will apply confident brush strokes to develop shape, form and value. The strong lighting will add an emotional impact to the monochromatic image.

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Thursdaynovember 8 9:00 - 10:00am

Peak 1

Third Floor

Peak 6/7

Second Floor

Peak 8

Second Floor

Peak 9

Second Floor

Peak 10

Second Floor

Peak 11

Second Floor

Peak 12

Second Floor

Peak 14 First Floor

Musicality through Abstraction

10:30am - 12:30pm Playful Pinch Monsters

Kristin Fong & Claire Mosier or Colleen Sullivan General Audience I, H & D

Artist-Inspired School Art Installations Hayley Nicholas General Audience I & H

Exploring Time, Space and Motion in the 4th Dimension Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience L

Rui Haagen General Audience

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Cyanotypes for Everyone!

Melanie Rapp General Audience I, H & D

$6

BREAKOUT!

Natalie Reed General Audience I & H

9am-12pm

The Playful Portrait

Sean Henry High School I, H & D

Testing Color in Slips and Glazes Michael Lemke High School I

$5

Glowtastic: Blacklight Art in the Classroom Beth Anne Cummings General Audience H & L

$5

Online Art Education at the Spark with Art: Art Objects Village Hybrid Program for Dialogue and Evaluation Chere McAtee High School L & D

Hayley Nicholas General Audience

I

Art Investigation: Facilitating 10:30am-12pm Original Ideas through Inquiry Foil Repousse (Embossing) Katherine Giese General Audience

I

Play with Printing on Gelli Plates!

Katy Irvin & Christy Mattingly General Audience H $5

Beth Antal General Audience H & D

Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments Kimberly Ayer Beckeman High School I, H & D

$5


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

Peak 15 First Floor

Peak 16 First Floor

Peak 17 First Floor

Coppertop

2

Second Floor

Coppertop

3

Third Floor

Imperial Ballroom

1

Fourth Floor

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

9:00 - 10:00am

Innovative Solutions in the Artroom Michael Warren General Audience

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Colorful Topographic Mapping

Max DeVito General Audience H & D

Little People & Big Ideas

Christine Loehr & Anne Thulson General Audience I, L & D

Hot Cognition: The Value of Making Time for Play Dale Zalmstra General Audience

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Sewing for the Modern Student

Kayla Wheat General Audience H, L & D

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10:30am - 12:30pm The Magic of Puppets!

Carrie Mann General Audience I, H & D

Teaching the Popol Vuh

Chip Coronel General Audience I & L

Drawing with Soft Pencils and Art Erasers

Sieger Hartgers General Audience H, L & D

The “5 minute Demo� Through Play

$7

Kelly Beach Middle School I & L

Design Props/Costumes to Facilitate Play Harley Young General Audience I, H & L

9am-12pm

Shades of Gray Expose Joyce Baker General Audience H

$3

9am-12pm

Imperial Ballroom

MASTER CLASS $ Sign-Up when you register!

Fourth Floor

Alicia McKim

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$5

Kitchen Lithography

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Thursdaynovember 8 1:30 - 3:30pm

Peak 1

1:30-3pm Peak 1/Outside *Sign-Up Required

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY PRESENTS Raku for You Session 1

Ryan McCrone & Chad Williams Third Floor General Audience I, H & L $10

Peak 6/7

Cyanotypes for Everyone!

Melanie Rapp I, H & D Second Floor General Audience

Peak 8

Second Floor

Peak 9

Second Floor

Peak 10

Second Floor

Peak 11

H

Holga: the Toy Camera

Tammy McKenzie, Nicole Brown & Susan Lange High School H & L $10

Second Floor

Peak 14 First Floor

Karen Masek & Michelle Bateman Middle School H $5

Branch Weavings

Trauma Informed Care Within The Art Room

$3

Lexy Vargus Elementary I, H & L

Conjuring Empathy in the Art Studio Kari Lennartson General Audience

L

Glowtastic: Blacklight Art Musicality through Abstraction Kristin Fong & in the Classroom Beth Anne Cummings General Audience H & L

Contour Drawing

Lisa Lee Adams I, H & L Second Floor General Audience

Peak 12

Ceramic Trophy Fish

Kelly Blake $6 General Audience I, H & D

What? Teach Art Club? Art Camp? Cathy Moore General Audience

4:00 - 5:00pm

$5

$2

Colleen Sullivan General Audience I, H & D

Gotta Hand it to You

Anne Mechling General Audience H

$1

Messy Making: The Design Thinking Process

Verve: The importance of visual nerve, voice, and risk-taking in the AP portfolio

Fun with Photo Transfers

Poured Polar Aurora

Kelly Mansfield & Missy McConnell General Audience H $3

Ryan Talbot General Audience I, H & L

$5

Martin Loftus High School L

Julie Swanson Davis General Audience H


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

Peak 15 First Floor

Peak 16 First Floor

Peak 17 First Floor

Coppertop

2

Second Floor

Coppertop

3

Third Floor

Imperial Ballroom

1

Fourth Floor

Imperial Ballroom

2

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

1:30 - 3:30pm

Playful Watercolor Basics for Any Age Peggy Caballero General Audience I & D

$3

Needle Felted Sculpture

Shayna Tokheim General Audience I, H & L

$10

X Marks the Spot

Joseph Marler High School D $1

Tea Bowls and Gratitude Ceremony! Drink Up with Us!

Jennifer Wise Weich & Beth Ann Cummings

General Audience

I

Teaching IB Diploma Programme Art

Linda Schmale & IB DP teachers High School I

Little People & Big Ideas It’s hard being an artist!

Max DeVito General Audience D & H

Kari Pepper General Audience

Pewter Cast Pendants

Megan Curry General Audience I, H & L

4:00 - 5:00pm

Christine Loehr & Anne Thulson General Audience I, L & D

WaterCOLOR Poetry

I

What Do Kids Want to Talk About? $5

1-4pm

Connie Stewart General Audience I & L

Stuffie Characters

Michelle Smalley General Audience I, H & D

$5

1-4pm

MASTER CLASS $ Sign-Up when you register!

Monochromatic Painting with Rembrandt Lighting Nancy Branca

Fourth Floor

Other

pm

1:30-3:30 Outside Hike & Create

Andrea Slusarski General Audience

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Helping you reach your writing goals

Rosemary Reinhart Elisabeth Reinhart www.editorialpathways.com


Conference Schedule Thursday, November 8

9:00 - 10:00am Presenter: Kristin Fong Co-Presenter: Colleen Sullivan Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 1 Email: kristin@anschutzcollection.org

Musicality through Abstraction Explore artistic process through music with the team of educators at the American Museum of Western Art. Together we will discover the important but relatively unrecognized works of Southwestern abstract artist Emil Bisttram. Just as Bisttram and other artists like Vincent van Gogh and Jackson Pollock have in the past, we will create and invent our own abstract styles using music as inspiration. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

Presenter: Hayley Nicholas Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 6/7 Email: hnicholas@denverartmuseum.org

Artist-Inspired School Art Installations How can you use unexpected materials to inspire a playful art installation at your school? In this session, we will explore the work of Denver multimedia artist Nicole Banowetz and her creative process to push the boundaries of installed art on your school campus. Using Nicole’s 3D work featured at the Denver Art Museum, you will find new ways to invigorate your students’ creativity. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 8 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Exploring Time, Space and Motion in the 4th Dimension Learn how a culminating 2D/3D Design Day project at UNC focused on time, space, and motion provided opportunities for students to collaborate, synthesize design principles, and form a relationship between their intention and the final piece. Students encountered new media, explored technology, and engaged with timely and provocative ideas. Resources available. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Sean Henry Fee: $5 Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9am-12pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 2 Email: sean.henry@d51schools.org

The Playful Portrait We’ve all drawn portraits using different methods, but have you ever hidden an animal in your hair? A forest in your beard? Packman on your glasses? This class will show you how to create a “Playful” portrait by using a grid, and embracing it! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Camera or Phone

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Presenter: Michael Lemke Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 10 Email: michael.lemke@unco.edu

Testing Color in Slips and Glazes Use clay slip and commercial glazes along with mason stains to create colored slip and alter glaze color. This can give you a broad range of colored slips and glazes for your students to use. We’ll discover quick ways to mix the stains into the glazes and slips without the use of a scale in a constant way so results can be replicated. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Chere McAtee Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 11 Email: cheremcatee@gmail.com

Online Art Education at the Village Hybrid Program The Village Hybrid Program moves away from traditional education, abandons what doesn’t work in a typical school, and fearlessly adopts modern concepts and methods to serve its students. This workshop will include an overview of the Village’s new art program, a show of artwork created by the Village students, a demonstration of the online art courses offered at the Village, and time for discussion and questions. Materials to Bring: Laptop, laptop not required

Presenter: Katherine Giese Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 12 Email: giese_katherine@svvsd.org

Art Investigation: Facilitating Original Ideas through Inquiry Where do ideas come from? How do we help our students access creative and original ideas? In this session we will discuss idea generation and the facilitation of student led questioning in a modified choice/TAB classroom. Participants will walk away with concrete ways to help students develop their own art ideas, the creation of complicated questions and the exploration of media. Materials to Bring: iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

Presenter: Katy Irvin Co-Presenter: Christy Mattingly Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 14 Email: katyjane829@gmail.com

Play with Printing on Gelli Plates! Come PLAY with Gelli Plates and 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 prints. You can expect to create multiple colorful prints using a variety of objects and stencils for texture and pattern. A $5.00 supply fee to cover the cost of consumable supplies is requested. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone, Collage Materials

Presenter: Michael Warren Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 15 Email: Hello@terraformacards.com

Innovative Solutions in the Artroom Creativity and problem-solving taught in the art room go beyond merely making beautiful art. In this session, participants will work with Terra Forma Cards: Innovative Design Edition to redesign products and spaces with artistic influence. Attendees will learn how this deck of Terra Forma Cards can be used in the classroom and how it can show students the importance of art and aesthetics in their daily lives. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

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9:00 - 10:00am Presenter: Max DeVito Co-Presenter: Berneil Bannon Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 16 Email: Max.devito@eagleschools.net

Colorful Topographic Mapping Learn how to read and create a topographic map out of colorful layered paper. Used as the final project in a contour line unit, this project involves a real world Colorado skill of understanding a 3D contoured landscape as an organic flat shape. Students learn skills of scale, cardinal directions, best hiking route, elevation gain, and different terrains while studying values of color, organic lines/shapes, and collage. Aimed towards upper level, but can be modified Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Scissors, colored paper

Presenter: Christine Loehr Co-Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 17 Email: Christyloehr@gmail.com

Little People & Big Ideas Big Ideas aren’t just for big people. We will look at how artists and writers incorporate big ideas into their work that can fuel your art ed curriculum for the very young and old alike. Materials to Bring: none

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

Hot Cognition: The Value of Making Time for Play Why play? Play=Total Engagement. Play is thinking, feeling, and doing with all your senses. Play embeds in memory. Let’s talk about setting up for play, how it changes for different ages, how to use play to plant the seeds for ideas and learning. Materials to Bring: Whatever you need to use to remember what you want to.

Presenter: Kayla Wheat Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Coppertop 3 Email: kaylachalk@gmail.com

Sewing for the Modern Student In a world inundated with automated technology, some basic skills are getting lost among the rapid advancement. Don’t let sewing get lost! A practical approach to teaching sewing skills as both utilitarian necessity and as a unique art form, to ALL grade levels and ages, this workshop will provide techniques for engaging students in “not-your-grandmother’s” stitching by hand and by machine. Even if you don’t know how to sew, this workshop will afford you the skills needed to implement a new (old) art form and diversify your art curriculum! Simple and inexpensive! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Joyce Baker Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 9am-12pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: jblupwe2@gmail.com

Shades of Gray Expose Gradual layering of masking tape and graphite powder to build a mysterious drawing. Tape is removed to expose the image with a full value range of grays including the white of the paper. This project would be an excellent candidate for the Advanced Placement 2D or Drawing Breadth Portfolio. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, evocative images with full range of value, face mask if breathing dust is a problem

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Alicia McKim

Kitchen Lithography

Thursday, 9am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Create a dramatic still-life by illuminating your subject with Rembrandt lighting. Using water-mixable oils, the artist will apply confident brush strokes to develop shape, form and value. The strong lighting will add an emotional impact to the monochromatic image.

10:30am - 12:30pm Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 1 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Playful Pinch Monsters Playful Pinch Monsters can be spontaneous or carefully planned, simple or complex, with exaggerated facial features and playful expressions. Pinch forms and textures require minimal tools and expertise. Stampings, carvings, and sculptural additions add expression. Glaze and fire monsters at school. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Clay Tools

Presenter: Melanie Rapp Fee: $6 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: artistemelanie@gmail.com

Cyanotypes for Everyone! Cyanotypes are fun, easy, and can be used in any classroom! We will learn about the cyanotype process, as well as explore lesson ideas for students in K-12 art classes. Kids and adults alike enjoy the magic of these gorgeous blue prints! Materials to Bring: Found objects: leaves, lace, etc.

Presenter: Natalie Reed Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: nreed@flagstaffacademy.org

BREAKOUT! BREAKOUT! Come learn how to provide a highly accessible, engaging, inclusive experience where students work together to find clues, solve puzzles and breakout before time runs out. BreakoutEDU allows teachers a customizable, challenging framework to get to know your students while teaching them a variety of subjects. It can help break the ice, build communication and leadership skills or even introduce a new unit of study. Come Breakout before it’s too late! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad

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10:30am - 12:30pm Presenter: Beth Anne Cummings Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: teadakini@outlook.com

Glowtastic: Blacklight art in the classroom Come play art in the blacklight. Learn how to use UV materials to motivate students and inspire innovation and creative play. Participants will experience media, procedures for the classroom and apply techniques that will WOW you and your students. Finally we will look at how to use a Glow Show event to build community and increase enrollment. Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies, Collage Materials, 2D art or images to rework with UV

Presenter: Hayley Nicholas Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: hnicholas@denverartmuseum.org

Spark with Art: Art Objects for Dialogue and Evaluation Art objects are powerful tools for sparking conversation, introducing a new idea, and checking for understanding. We will focus on art objects from the Jordan Casteel exhibit, Returning the Gaze, to spark dialogue. Then, we will use the online Denver Art Museum collection to explore fun and engaging ways art objects can be the catalyst for learning and broader understanding in the classroom. You will leave the session with lessons that fit your curriculum to apply right away! Materials to Bring: Laptop

Presenter: Beth Antal Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursdsay Time: 10:30am-12pm Location: Peak 12 Email: Bethantalmedina@gmail.com

Foil Repousse (Embossing) Have you ever wanted to learn how to emboss foil? In this class, you will learn everything you wanted to know about foil embossing - materials, techniques, student work and displaying embossed foil. This class is “hands on� so attendees will be able to put into practice what they just learned. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Kimberly Ayer Beckeman Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: Kimberly_Beckeman@dpsk12.org

Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments. A project to challenge your students creativity and how they look at the world around them. This is a project that requires your students to build something functional but disguise it as a sculptural piece. You can create an udu drum that is disguised as a face jug or an ocarina that is disguised as an anatomical heart. The choice is up to you. Materials to Bring: Clay Tools

Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: Carrieartmann@gmail.com

The Magic of Puppets! Meet Leroy, Sheila, Polly, and Slippery Pete. Using puppets to catch the attention, and introduce art concepts. Then make your own to take with you. You will learn the basics on making your own muppet style puppet for use in your classroom. Materials to Bring: Glue/Adhesives, Beads, buttons, trims, to add your own personal flare.

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Presenter: Chip Coronol Fee: $0 Audience: General Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 10:30-12:30p Location: Peak 16 Email: michael.coronel@unco.edu

Teaching the Popol Vuh in K-12, One of the difficulties in teaching any milieu of art history is engaging students. This book is evolved from my teaching Maya arts at the college level. I wanted to engage students in conversations that involved problem solving while helping them to think/understand/appreciate a Maya culture and the beliefs/myths that are the bases for their arts. The workshop will include discussion/interpretation of the Popol Vuh and incorporating art projects and related lesson plans for the classroom use. Portal to Darkness:The Maya Lords of the WATCH THIS BEFORE WORKSHOP! Underworld Awaken, is a novella dealing with a series of life or death struggles challenging two young archeologists when they accidentally enter Xibalba [Shebahl-bah], the Mayan The Popol Vuh : Mayan Creation Myth Animated Full Version (1 Hr.) mythical underworld described in the creation myth Popol Vuh. On You Tube Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, thumb drive https://www.youtube.com/ Participants will need to order and read Portal to Darkness watch?v=vOEQNo5m4rg prior to the workshop, allow 2 weeks for delivery from Amazon Portal to Darkness: The Maya Lords of the Underworld Awakened Paperback – April 3, 2018 ISBN-10: 1546234950 by Michael Coronel (Author) Available on Amazon Paper Back $12.95 Available on Kindle $3.03 Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

Drawing with Soft Pencils and Art Erasers Draw with soft pencils (use the Art Eraser) to create values, modify contours and create contours. Draw and redraw your image use rulers, triangles, and your soft pencils. Adding values through shading technique create dark, medium, and light areas. Materials to Bring: Nothing

Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: $0 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: kelly.r.beach@gmail.com

The “5 min demo” Through Play Turn the 5 min demo on its head with this workshop. Look at a student centered and play based approach to the 5 min TAB demo. Ideas and concepts can be applied for K-12 but will be presented with a middle school lens. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Harley Young Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: rachael@raftcolorado.org

Design Props/Costumes to Facilitate Play Today we will learn how to use your existing classroom themes to inspire creative play by designing and engineering costumes, props and sets - all made from easily found upcycled materials. Appropriate for all ages and all disciplines. Materials to Bring: notepad and pen

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12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch on Your Own 1:30 - 3:30pm Presenter: Ryan McCrone Co-Presenter: Chad Williams Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3pm Location: Peak 1/Outside Email: CLAY@ROCKYMOUNTAINCLAY. COM

$9 Conference Lunch Special! ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAKU! Session 1 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY will hold three workshops this year at the CAEA conference. These classes will be on alternative firing techniques that can be done in a Raku kiln. The first class will be on traditional raku, the second class will be on horse hair, and the last class will be on foil saggars. Participants will be given one piece to decorate and fire during the workshop, and are encouraged to bring there own pieces of bisqueware to to decorate as well (1-2 pieces maximum). Attire: long pants and long sleeves, all cotton blend, no open toed shoes. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone, ADDITIONAL CERAMIC PIECE THAT MAY BE FIRED IN THE RAKU KILN IF DESIRED

SIGN UP HERE!: https://tinyurl.com/y7qwl79l

Presenter: Melanie Rapp Fee: $6 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: artistemelanie@gmail.com

Cyanotypes for Everyone! Cyanotypes are fun, easy, and can be used in any classroom! We will learn about the cyanotype process, as well as explore lesson ideas for students in K-12 art classes. Kids and adults alike enjoy the magic of these gorgeous blue prints! Materials to Bring: Found objects: leaves, lace, etc.

Presenter: Cathy Moore Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: cmooreart@msn.com

What? Teach Art Club? Art Camp? This workshop will tell you everything you need to know about teaching an art camp or art club. We’ll explore and make some “fun” projects which are suited for a camp (and maybe not for the classroom). No assessment needed. Lots of information, new art materials, and ideas! Let go of your inner “control freak” and have fun! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Tammy McKenzie Co-Presenters: Nicole Brown & Susan Lange Fee: $10 Audience: High School Type: Hands-On, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: tammymac5@hotmail.com

Holga: the Toy Camera Holga: The plastic camera that revitalized film photography. Come and learn the ins and outs of everything from loading them to their light leaks that make them iconic. There will also be an opportunity to borrow one for a photo shoot. Film will be available to purchase or bring your own 120 roll. Developing locations will be suggested but will not be a part of the workshop. Materials to Bring: Holga camera, 120 film (optional) Thursday: Workshop Descriptions 37


Presenter: Beth Anne Cummings Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: teadakini@outlook.com

Glowtastic: Blacklight art in the classroom Come play art in the blacklight. Learn how to use UV materials to motivate students and inspire innovation and creative play. Participants will experience media, procedures for the classroom and apply techniques that will WOW you and your students. Finally we will look at how to use a Glow Show event to build community and increase enrollment. Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies, Collage Materials, 2D art or images to rework with UV

Presenter: Lisa Lee Adams Fee: $2 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: ladams7@cherrycreekschools.org

Contour Drawing This workshop will focus on the fundamentals, the review and new ways of approaching Contour drawing. We will be drawing mostly portraits. So portrait concepts will be reviewed as well. Be prepared to leave with some fresh ideas and new ways to teach and understand contour drawing. You will also leave with a really cool finished product!! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media

Presenter: Kelly Mansfield Co-Presenter: Missy McConnell Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: mansfield274@gmail.com

Messy Making: The Design Thinking Process Come play with tools and found objects and learn how to use the design thinking process by creating and constructing your own prototype from a bank of problems. You will learn how to help your students apply critical thinking skills as they use the design thinking process and engage student’s with the practice of bias for action, thinking strategically, but acting quickly. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Ryan Talbot Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Fun with Photo Transfers Join Ryan Talbot as he shares the creative art making process of Photo Transfers. This is a wonderful project to introduce students to the world of Mixed Media, Pop Art and Color Harmonies. It is also great for those students of yours who don’t feel comfortable with drawing and/or painting. Be sure to participate in this workshop that is sure to make its way into your art room. Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, 4” x 8” black and white photo printed with toner (celebrity portrait or any other subject you’d like to work with)

Presenter: Peggy Caballero Co-Presenter: Cindy Migliaccio Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: quiltatre@gmail.com

Playful Watercolor Basics for Any Age Come explore the wonderful medium of watercolor with San Diego Watercolor Artist, Peggy Caballero. In this class you will learn the fundamentals yet playfulness of watercolor techniques. Consider this course with Peggy a refreshing refresher with fresh energy and vibrant colors to bring back to your classroom. You will make small watercolors and a lesson plan with be provided that you can teach to any age group. Materials to Bring: iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes

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1:30 - 3:30pm Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: shaynatokheim@gmail.com

Needle Felted Sculpture 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 teddy bear or similar animal. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone, scissors

Presenter: Joseph Marler Fee: $1 Audience: High School Type: Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 17 Email: ceramicjoe@hotmail.com

X Marks the Spot This workshop will show how teachers can relate drawings to maps and the process of drawing to a treasure hunt. This workshop will give teachers a concrete way to evaluate student drawings and give their students constructive feedback to improve their observational drawing skills. Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies

Presenter: Max DeVito Co-Presenter: Berneil Bannon Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30 Location: Coppertop 2 Email: Max.devito@eagleschools.net

WaterCOLOR Poetry This workshop will go over an emotional nonobjective watercolor project that includes poetry and a TON of art techniques and standards. It covers art topics of color wheels, mixing colors, color schemes, watercolor techniques, line quality, and color theory. It investigates emotions through non-objective art and poetry, learning how to write a color poem. It is cross curricular, including examples of literacy and math, and is an amazing outlet of personal expression for students! Materials to Bring: Watercolors, watercolor paper, brushes

Presenter: Megan Curry Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: megrcurry@gmail.com

Pewter Cast Pendants In this hands on workshop, participants will create a beautiful piece of jewelry by carving a mold from plaster and casting melted pewter into the mold. This project works well in a high school jewelry curriculum, but can be adapted to be done in middle school as well. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Michelle Smalley Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 1-4pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: Thatonelittlelady@yahoo.com

Stuffie Characters Come join us for an afternoon of playing with a soft toy of your own creation! Learn some hand sewing skills as well as some ways to set up a fibers station. We will create our own stuffies and stories. Great for sparking the play back into middle school! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

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Presenter: Andrea Slusarski Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 1:30-3:30am Location: Outside Email: drawingfromnature@gmail.com

Hike & Create Let’s go create in nature together! Bring your sketchbook & supplies as we hike to a spot of plein air inspiration. Come with questions around ‘Plein Air’ or simply just to get outside! Please, see check in for hike specifics & meeting location. Come prepared for mountain conditions; hike is weather permitting Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Watercolors, Camera or Phone

Nancy Branca

Master Class: Monochromatic Painting with Rembrandt Lighting

Thursday, 1-4pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Create a dramatic still-life by illuminating your subject with Rembrandt lighting. Using water-mixable oils, the artist will apply confident brushstrokes to develop shape, form and value. The strong lighting will add an emotional impact to the monochromatic image.

4:00 - 5:00pm Presenter: Karen Masek Co-Presenter: Michelle Bateman Fee: $5 Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 1 Email: artchick68@gmail.com

Ceramic Trophy Fish Come have fun creating a traditional trophy fish design. The fish can be easily created from low fire clay using simple clay tools and highlighting texture. Once you get your fish home you can glaze and mount your fish on a wooden plank for their final look. At this workshop you can leave with a finished project just waiting to be fired. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Kelly Blake Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: Kblake@lewispalmer.org

Branch Weavings In this workshop, you will experience a hands on exploration of eco-art. Participants will create beautiful weavings using tree branches, pinecones, rocks, flowers and other natural materials. Materials to Bring: None required

Presenter: Lexy Vargas Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 8 Email: avargas@hsd2.org

TRAUMA INFORMED CARE WITHIN THE ART ROOM Do you teach art to students who have had adverse childhood experiences? Help your students to find sanctuary by utilizing trauma sensitive practices within the art room. The goal of this session is to take you from trauma aware, to trauma informed- which will generate more time to create and opportunities for healing. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Camera or Phone, Notebook

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4:00 - 5:00pm Presenter: Kari Lennartson, MFA, Licensed K-12 Art Educator Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 9 Email: karilennartson@gmail.com

Conjuring Empathy in the Art Studio Strategies for developing care-based, activist curriculum to curb bullying and bystander effect. Current research, historical/cultural contexts. Reference to contemporary artists and practices. Provide rich multi-modal lesson plans (2D, 3D, Technology, Collaborative, Inclusive, Standards). Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Kristin Fong Co-Presenter: Colleen Sullivan Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 10 Email: kristin@anschutzcollection.org

Musicality through Abstraction Explore artistic process through music with the team of educators at the American Museum of Western Art. Together we will discover the important but relatively unrecognized works of Southwestern abstract artist Emil Bisttram. Just as Bisttram and other artists like Vincent van Gogh and Jackson Pollock have in the past, we will create and invent our own abstract styles using music as inspiration. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

Presenter: Anne Mechling Fee: $1 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 11 Email: anne.mechling@bvsd.org

Gotta Hand it to You! Using sign language and the ideas of contour drawing, come and create a wire sculpture of a hand. This wire sculpture explores the idea of how to make a sculpture 3D and to expand the idea of three dimensional 3D and not two dimensional 3D. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, pliers/wire cutters, if possible

Presenter: Martin Loftus Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 12 Email: mloftus46@gmail.com

Verve: The importance of visual nerve, voice, and risk-taking in the AP portfolio This session will explore AP key scoring descriptors beyond technical skill. We will examine approaches and practices to help students with lower skill levels develop voice, and achieve higher scores in the AP portfolio curriculum. Materials to Bring: Laptop

Presenter: Julie Swanson Davis Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 14 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

Poured Polar Aurora Students love swirling poured paint into random patterns — and you’ll love these affordable, controlled pours that include a science lesson! Participants in this Blick Art Materials workshop will use glow-in-the-dark glue and economy temp era to create a wilderness landscape and learn about polar auroras. Materials to Bring: nothing, all will be provided Thursday: Workshop Descriptions 41


Presenter: Jennifer Wise Weich Co-Presenter: Beth Ann Cummings Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 4:00-5:00pm Location: Peak 15 Email: jenny.weich@bvsd.org

Tea Bowls and Gratitude Ceremony! Drink Up with Us! Come sit, stretch, breath, discuss art education and experience a Japanese Mindfulness and Gratitude tea ceremony. We will sit and share tea from Wabi Sabi, accidental beauty tea bowls created by first graders. As we sip tea and offer gratitude, we will practice a few basic mindfulness and yoga exercises you can apply to your K-12 classroom. This is a great lesson to invite parents and staff to experience the joy and peace of your art room and community while advocating for your art education program. Materials to Bring: no materials required

Presenter: Linda Schmale Co-Presenter: IB DP teachers Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 16 Email: lgschmale@me.com

Teaching IB Diploma Programme Art Teaching DP Art - this is a round table to discuss all aspects of the IB DP. Discussions of Comparative studies, Process Portfolio, Exhibitions and curatorial practices. What does uploading to IB look like ? Problem solving, etc. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Student work to share and or discuss

Presenter: Christine Loehr Co-Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 17 Email: Christyloehr@gmail.com

Little People & Big Ideas Big Ideas aren’t just for big people. We will look at how artists and writers incorporate big ideas into their work that can fuel your art ed curriculum for the very young and old alike. Materials to Bring: none

Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

It’s hard being an artist! Integrate the “Studio Habits of the Mind” into your classroom as a way to have students self reflect and make grading easier. We will experience the studio habits through hands on activities just as I do in my classroom and you will leave with new ways to evaluate your students as studio artists. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Thursday Time: 4-5pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

What Do Kids Want to Talk About? This presentation summarizes results from a sabbatical research project leading class discussions with elementary, middle and high school students about selected contemporary artworks. What do kids want to learn about in art class? Do kids like to talk about art? What artworks do students find worthy of discussion? What opinions do students hold about questions of beauty, identity, and community, and nationality? This presentation will highlight artworks appropriate for discussions, student responses, and my observations. Materials to Bring: no additional supplies needed

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MASTER CLASSES Michael Cellan & Mary Lynn Baird

Introduction to Clay Printmaking Friday, 9am-3pm, Coppertop 3

Learn the basics of clay printmaking in our 6 hour, all day Friday, Master class. You’ll work on a 12”X16” plate, learn the techniques of the process, create several works, and print on a polyester substrate.

Eric Stewart

The Material Origins of Photography as a Field of Play

Friday, 8am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Emerging from a spirit of play and curiosity, photography’s invention was a global phenomenon of amateur scientists, naturalists and artists. We will explore the spirit and materials of early photography and create ferrous-silver photographic processes without a darkroom.

Sieger Hartgers

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Drawing the Proportions of the Human Head and the Human Figure in Front/ side and Back view, as shown to us by Leonardo, Duren, Bridgeman, and Robert Beverly Hale. These general proportions are a must for all who want to draw or teach Life Drawing or painting.


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7-7:45am Pool Area Barre 3 with Alli Maunder

8:00 - 9:00am

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Third Floor

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Second Floor

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9:30 - 11:30am

Movement in Art

9:30-11am Peak 1/Outside

Amy Marsh & Julia Brown General Audience I, H, L & D

Symbols: What are they really?

Anne Thulson General Audience

Ryan McCrone & Chad Williams General Audience H, L & D $10

Making a wipe and scratch Monotype

Sieger Hartgers General Audience H, L & D

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What Do Kids Want to Talk About? Connie Stewart General Audience

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY PRESENTS Raku for You Session 2

I&L

Felted Beads

Art Source Presents: Painter and Sculpture Artist Jaime Molina Gwen Ahlers & Jaime Molina General Audience L

Rediscovering the Self Through Arts-Based Autoethnography

Shayna Tokheim General Audience H

$5

Playing the Role: Individualized Feedback Wendi K. Oster Middle School I & D

Dr. Claire Chien General Audience I & H

Ryan Talbot General Audience I, H & L

AP Art History Teacher Collaboration Session

Schedule Change!

Fostering Originality: Terra Forma Cards

Donna Goodwin General Audience I & L Online Art Education at the Village Hybrid Program

Chere McAtee High School L & D

Gotta Hand it to You!

Alexandra Overby High School I

Michael Warren General Audience

Op Art Spinners

$1

$1

Sgraffito Tiles with Red and White Clay

Universal Design for Learning in Art

Anne Mechling General Audience H

$7

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Julie Swanson Davis General Audience H

$3


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

Peak 15 First Floor

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Peak 17

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

Lunch on Your Own 11:30am - 12:30pm

8:00 - 9:00am

The Unorthodox Taxidermy of Dr. Seuss Brinda L Pumphrey Middle School H, L & I

$1

Make an Impression: Textural Patterns in Clay Kevin Beckstein General Audience

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9:30 - 11:30pm Reconsidered Cardboard

Samantha Disney-Saxton High School H, L & D $3

Clay Whistles, Flutes, and Ocarinas Jane Thomas General Audience H

Verve: The importance of visual nerve, voice, and risk-taking in the AP portfolio

$3

Scholastics

First Floor

Martin Loftus High School L

Miranda Ziegler & Sharon Rouse General Audience I & L

Coppertop

Process Art: ECE & Beyond

Mad Hatters! Back by popular demand!

2

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Coppertop

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Amy Berlin General Audience I & H

$3

Kari Pepper General Audience H

9am-3pm

Master Class Sign-Up when you register! Introduction to Clay Printmaking

Third Floor

Michael Cellan & Mary Lynn Baird

Imperial Ballroom

9am-12pm Encaustic...Elementary Style

1

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Imperial Ballroom

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Fourth Floor

Other

$13

Kimberley D’Arthenay General Audience H $5

8am-12pm

Master Class $ Sign-Up when you register! The Material Origins of Photography as a Field of Play Eric Stewart

Outside Hike & Create

Andrea Slusarski General Audience

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Fridaynovember 9

3-3:45pm Pool Area Barre 3 with Alli Maunder

12:30 - 2:30pm

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Third Floor

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3:00 - 4:00pm

Playful Pinch Monsters

Rui Haagen General Audience

Fostering Students’ Dynamic Learning and Motivation Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. General Audience I

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Quilling Creations

Vanessa Scott General Audience H & D

Where did that come from? Origins of Common Glaze and Clay Ingredients

$5

The Synergy of Art and Technology in Digital Portfolios

April Noble & Ingrid King General Audience L

Collaborative Art in Inclusive Art Rooms

Chelsea Leder & Colleen Canty General Audience I & D

Kelley DeCleene & Damon McLeese General Audience I $5

Playing Up Dynamic Learning with Design T-H-I-N-K-ing

Power of the Colorado Art Standards

Playing with Light

Creativity in the Classroom

Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. General Audience I, H & L

Michelle Smalley General Audience I & D

$2

Krystal Flanders General Audience I & L

Identification of Gifted and Talented Artists

The Art of Geography

Kristin Fong & Claire Mosier Middle School I, H & L

Donna Goodwin & Diane Cassidy,

General Audience

Adventures in Felting

Kim Chlumsky & Carrie Mann General Audience H $5

Sugar Skulls, Clay and CRAYONS?

Elizabeth Castor General Audience H & D

Connie Stewart General Audience I & L

I&L

Brown Bagging It: Playing with Grocery Bags

Deb Rosenbaum General Audience I, H & D

$3

3-5pm Wet Felted Vesels

$3

Shayna Tokheim General Audience I, H & D

$10


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

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Coppertop

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12:30 - 2:30pm

3:00 - 4:00pm

MiniTadas

Lisa Lee Adams General Audience I, H & L

Teaching Color: A Playful Approach $3

Game of Life Lesson

Justine Sawyer General Audience I & H 12:30-1:30pm How to Build a Successful Art Program

Greg Custer General I, L & D

Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience I & L

Sensory Bottles

$2

1:45-2:30pm Street Art Reaches my Community Ashley Orne Elementary L

Amy Berlin General Audience I & H

STEAM - How to Play Nice with Others Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger General Audience I, H & L

12-2:45PM Tortilla Press Printmaking

It’s hard being an artist!

Carlos Fresquez

Kari Pepper General Audience

Second Floor Keynote Workshop! General Audience H

Coppertop

3

Master Class $ Sign-Up when you register! Introduction to Clay Printmaking Michael Cellan & Mary Lynn Baird

Imperial Ballroom

1-4pm Sketchbook Spirit of Play - AP Studio Art Style Laura Thompson High School H $5

Fourth Floor

Imperial Ballroom

2

Fourth Floor

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9am-3pm

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1

$3

1-4pm

Master Class $ Sign-Up when you register!

Drawing the Proportions the Human Head and the Human Figure Sieger Hartgers

Wood Steve COU CH CONCRETE FOUNDER & DIRECTOR

Keynote, Friday 4:30-5:30pm WORKSHOP, SATURDAY 1-4pm

Art Auction

Friday, 8-9:30pm Coppertop 3

Donate a piece of your art and get

a chance to win a trip to the 2019 NAEA Convention in Boston!

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Conference Schedule Friday, November 9

8:00-9:00am Presenter: Amy Marsh Co-Presenter: Julia Brown Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 1 Email: abeth127@yahoo.com

Movement in Art A highly effective way for children to connect with art is through movement. Exploring art with their bodies allows students to relate to artists as well as to their own art. Kinesthetic learning affords our young artists an understanding of the emotions, actions and conventions of art. Students learn to think about art in fun new ways. This is a hands on/interactive workshop where you will engage in and take away kinesthetic art making lessons. We will explore movement through artists such as Alexander Calder, Nick Cave and Wangechi Mutu. You will also leave with some meaningful Art “Brain Breaks� involving movement! Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 6/7 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Symbols: What are they really? Symbols: What are they really? We often ask our students of all ages to make symbols. Why? And how? This session unpacks some basic ideas behind how image-makers represent their world with signs. We will investigate ways to challenge students to think deeper about symbolism, iconography, and indexing in order to help them express their ideas. Materials to Bring: Stories to share

Presenter: Connie Stewart, PhD Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 8 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

What Do Kids Want to Talk About? This presentation summarizes results from a sabbatical research project leading class discussions with elementary, middle and high school students about selected contemporary artworks. What do kids want to learn about in art class? Do kids like to talk about art? What artworks do students find worthy of discussion? What opinions do students hold about questions of beauty, identity, and community, and nationality? This presentation will highlight artworks appropriate for discussions, student responses, and my observations. Materials to Bring: no additional supplies needed

Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 9 Email: shaynatokheim@gmail.com

Felted Beads Using wet and needle felting, students will learn to make various beads. Materials fee of $5 (glass beads, needles, foam, use of other materials, lesson plans) and limit to 30 students. Materials to Bring: Nothing

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Presenter: Wendi K. Oster Fee: $0 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 10 Email: anexpressionoflife@gmail.com

Playing the Role: Individualized Feedback What roles do we play when we offer students’ feedback? How can we provide one on one feedback that challenges students in their techniques, representation, and critical thinking as they creatively express their personal perspectives? This workshop will utilize a Cognitive Coaching approach to explore and adopt roles (expert, collaborator, coach, and evaluator) and participation to model checking in with students in the Choice-Based Art Classroom. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Donna Goodwin Co-Presenter: Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 11 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

Universal Design for Learning in Art Universal Design changed the perception of disability from a condition one has, to something a person experiences in a particular environment, noting that a disability occurs at the interface between an individual and a setting. Universal Design has now evolved into designing for universal learning to engage a variety of diverse learners. In this session, we explore Universal Design for Learning (UDL) with a particular emphasis on what the arts have to add. Materials to Bring: Experiences working with diverse learners to discuss

Presenter: Chere McAtee Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture, Demonstration Day: Thursday Time: 9-10am Location: Peak 11 Email: cheremcatee@gmail.com

SCHEDULE CHANGE! Online Art Education at the Village Hybrid Program The Village Hybrid Program moves away from traditional education, abandons what doesn’t work in a typical school, and fearlessly adopts modern concepts and methods to serve its students. This workshop will include an overview of the Village’s new art program, a show of artwork created by the Village students, a demonstration of the online art courses offered at the Village, and time for discussion and questions. Materials to Bring: Laptop, laptop not required

Presenter: Anne Mechling Fee: $1 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 14 Email: anne.mechling@bvsd.org

Gotta Hand it to You! Using sign language and the ideas of contour drawing, come and create a wire sculpture of a hand. This wire sculpture explores the idea of how to make a sculpture 3D and to expand the idea of three dimensional 3D and not two dimensional 3D. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, pliers/wire cutters, if possible

Presenter: Brinda L Pumphrey Fee: $1 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 15 Email: blane_pumphrey@hotmail.com

The Unorthodox Taxidermy of Dr. Seuss In addition to his many book illustrations, Dr. Seuss made sculptures that he called Unorthodox Taxidermy. In this workshop see examples of his sculptures and learn how to guide your students through the creation of Dr. Seuss-like sculptures of unique creatures. Participants will leave with a lesson plan, and can work on the initial sketches of a creature, and an armature plan. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook and drawing supplies.

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8:00-9:00am Presenter: Kevin Beckstein Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 16 Email: egardner@amaco.com

Make an Impression: Textural Patterns in Clay Learn to demonstrate how students can transform flat, boring surfaces into beautifully textured pieces with stamps and tools made from common, everyday materials (including clay itself!) Materials to Bring: nothing

Presenter: Martin Loftus Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Peak 17 Email: mloftus46@gmail.com

Verve: The importance of visual nerve, voice, and risk-taking in the AP portfolio This session will explore AP key scoring descriptors beyond technical skill. We will examine approaches and practices to help students with lower skill levels develop voice, and achieve higher scores in the AP portfolio curriculum. Materials to Bring:

Presenter: Amy Berlin Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 8-9am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: amydberlin@gmail.com

Process Art: ECE & Beyond EXPLORE, PLAY, and EXPERIMENT with a variety of openended tools and materials in strategic combinations to build a small arsenal of process-oriented activities that allow little people (and adults) to explore and discover, while resulting in a successful and tangible (but not directed) product. Discuss the importance of open-ended and process-oriented art making at all levels of arts education. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Michael Cellan & Mary Lynn Baird

Master Class: Introduction to Clay Printmaking Friday, 9am-3pm, Coppertop 3

Learn the basics of clay printmaking in our 6 hour, all day Friday, Master class. You’ll work on a 12”X16” plate, learn the techniques of the process, create several works, and print on a polyester substrate.

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Presenter: Kimberley D’Arthenay Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9-12am Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: kjdarthenay@dcsdk12.org

Encaustic...Elementary Style Encaustic is an incredible process that engages and thrills students and adults alike. The method, involving melted beeswax, can be very expensive, however, and somewhat unwieldy for the elementary classroom. I will be sharing a simplified process and project (K-6). Materials to Bring: Peeled crayola crayons, if possible

Eric Stewart

Master Class: The Material Origins of Photography as a Field of Play Friday, 8am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Emerging from a spirit of play and curiosity, photography’s invention was a global phenomenon of amateur scientists, naturalists and artists. We will explore the spirit and materials of early photography and create ferrous-silver photographic processes without a darkroom.

9:30-11:30am Presenter: Ryan McCrone Co-Presenter: Chad Williams Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11am Location: Peak 1/Outside Email: CLAY@ROCKYMOUNTAINCLAY. COM

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 6/7 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAKU! Session 2 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY will hold three workshops this year at the CAEA conference. These classes will be on alternative firing techniques that can be done in a Raku kiln. The first class will be on traditional raku, the second class will be on horse hair, and the last class will be on foil saggars. Participants will be given one piece to decorate and fire during the workshop, and are encouraged to bring there own pieces of bisqueware to to decorate as well (1-2 pieces maximum). Attire: long pants and long sleeves, all cotton blend, no open toed shoes. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone, ADDITIONAL CERAMIC PIECE THAT MAY BE FIRED IN THE RAKU KILN IF DESIRED

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Making a wipe and scratch Monotype Wipe and Scratch monotype was first developed by Degas, he used black inks, with the image revealed through rag and finger wiping and reapplication with a brush, or negatively by drawing with a stick to create white lines. Materials to Bring: Nothing

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9:30-11:30am Presenter: Gwen Ahlers & Jaime Molina Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 8 Email: ahlers_gwen@hotmail.com

Art Source Presents: Painter and Sculpture Artist Jaime Molina Many have seen Jamie Molina’s work around Denver, whether a glimpse of a mural alongside a building or a walk through in his magical interactive installation at the Denver Art Museum entitled “Past the Entangled Present” Come hear Jamie speak about his many characters and process from his imaginary Cuttytown. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Dr. Claire Chien Fee: $1 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 9 Email: qtinfun@gmail.com

Rediscovering the Self Through Arts-Based Autoethnography In this workshop, the participants will be introduced to applying arts-based autoethnography as a method to revisit their life experiences by creating art pieces. By carefully choosing metaphorical materials and finding presentational art forms, the participants will not only create an art piece but also reengage with their important life moments. Revisiting experiences will provide the participants with opportunities to look again at their essential life decisions from a whole new perspective. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

Presenter: Ryan Talbot Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 10 Email: rytalb@gmail.com

Sgraffito Tiles with Red and White Clay Join Ryan Talbot as he shares the creative art making process of his Ceramic Sgraffito Tile Art Project. Learn how to incorporate the Principles of Design and Balance into this unique, challenging and fun technique. Use the Sgraffito (Scratching), and Slip as an Underglaze, process to create an interesting Ceramic Tile you are sure to incorporate into your art curriculum. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Clay Tools

Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 11 Email: alexaoverby@gmail.com

AP Art History Teacher Collaboration Session All AP Art History teachers unite! Come with your successful strategies and big questions to teaching AP Art History. This session will focus on helping each other find meaningful and time saving ways to teach this course. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook

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Presenter: Michael Warren Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 12 Email: Hello@terraformacards.com

Fostering Originality: Terra Forma Cards In this course, attendees will learn how to integrate Terra Forma Cards into their curriculum, and how to use them to Foster original ideation in their students. Participants will learn how this resource can be used for art creation, aesthetics discussion, and more. This is a hands-on course and participants will have the opportunity to make art using TFC. With the provided fee, each participant will take home one deck of Terra Forma Cards of their choice. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Favorite medium

Presenter: Julie Swanson Davis Co-Presenter: Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 14 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

Op Art Spinners Create hand-held “fidget spinners” as kinetic art that fools the eye into seeing movement and colorful illusions. Participants in this Blick Art Materials workshop will use a variety of drawing pens and markers to create discs, gears, and designs that rotate on a center axis. Take one for a spin! Materials to Bring: Nothing, all will be provided

Presenter: Samantha Disney-Saxton Fee: $3 Audience: High School Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 15 Email: disn3946@bears.unco.edu

Reconsidered Cardboard In this workshop, participants will start out experimenting & playing with the manipulation of cardboard/paper products. We will discuss and test out different ways these 2D mediums can be transformed into 3D forms and the range of things that can be created with them. This is open to interpretation of what you would like to create. Students have created a range of pieces through this project from a life size guitar to an SLR camera. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone

Presenter: Jane Thomas Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 16 Email: jthomas@cmsd12.org

Clay Whistles, Flutes, and Ocarinas A plethora of ceramic techniques can be explored while creating working musical instruments. Keep it simple for the younger crowd or incorporate history, sgraffito, and sculptural elements for a more advanced lesson. Materials to Bring: All necessary supplies will be provided

Presenter: Miranda Ziegler Co-Presenter: Sharon Rouse Fee: $0 Audience: Middle/High School Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Peak 17 Email: mziegler@rmcad.edu

Fact, Fiction, and Everything in between Scholastic Art Awards of Colorado. Join us for a workshop on the Colorado Affiliate of the ScholastIc Art & Writing Awards. In this three part workshop, we will first review the Colorado program, schedule and important developments for this year’s program including adjudication of artwork and resources for educators and students. Part two will cover plagiarism and originality for artwork lead by Martin Loftus from Denver School of the Arts. Part three, run by Greg Custer from the Vanguard School, will center on “Why Scholastics” and learn how to build a successful program for students, teachers and the school. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Laptop/iPad Friday: Workshop Descriptions 59


9:30-11:30am Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: $13 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Coppertop 2 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

Mad Hatters! Back by popular demand! Create a batik design on a Habotai 8mm silk folding sun hat using Dye-na-flow dye and a resist. Also see how to use silk banners as a collaborative art project in your classroom. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Andrea Slusarski Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 9:30-11:30am Location: Outside Email: drawingfromnature@gmail.com

Hike & Create Let’s go create in nature together! Bring your sketchbook & supplies as we hike to a spot of plein air inspiration. Come with questions around ‘Plein Air’ or simply just to get outside! Please, see check in for hike specifics & meeting location. Come prepared for mountain conditions; hike is weather permitting Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Watercolors, Camera or Phone

11:30 - 12:30pm Lunch on Your Own 12:30-2:30pm

$9 Conference Lunch Special!

Presenter: Rui Haagen Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 1 Email: rui.haagen@yahoo.com

Playful Pinch Monsters Playful Pinch Monsters can be spontaneous or carefully planned, simple or complex, with exaggerated facial features and playful expressions. Pinch forms and textures require minimal tools and expertise. Stampings, carvings, and sculptural additions add expression. Glaze and fire monsters at school. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Clay Tools

Presenter: Vanessa Scott Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30 Location: Peak 6/7 Email: Vscott12@hotmail.com 60 Friday: Workshop Descriptions

Quilling Creations Quilling is a technique that dates back to the Pharos but goes through it’s waves of popularity. I recently embarked on the quilling path with my 8th graders and I had a blast! Their artworks turned out great too. Come see the results and create your own Quilling Creation! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, All supplies are supplied!


Presenter: Chelsea Leder Co-Presenter: Colleen Canty Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30 Location: Peak 8 Email: scottch@re1valleyschools.org

The Synergy of Art and Technology in Digital Portfolios Make digital portfolios an essential component in your art studio. Come learn how to set up a practical and beautiful digital portfolio utilizing Bulb in 15 minutes or less! Digital portfolios support learner-centered education and assessment. Utilize portfolios to assess growth, encourage reflection and organize your own lessons and content. Learn tips and tricks to make this a practical tool in your classroom, regardless of age or content! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: div@comcast.net

Playing Up Dynamic Learning with Design T-H-I-N-K-ing This paper presentation explores new models for incorporating Design Thinking as a method for fostering learner-centered pedagogy and innovative planning, teaching, and collaborative research at every level! Design Thinking (DT) is a method for developing active, meaningful and integrative student-centered learning and inquiry. The aim is, in turn, to empower students to become designers of their learning/ thinking, follow a trail of inquiry (Marshall, 2016), and create artworks and ideas that demonstrate deep meaning and learning. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

Presenter: Michelle Smalley Fee: $2 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: Thatonelittlelady@yahoo.com

Playing with Light Imagine how you can capture light with the power of the camera obscura! We will experiment with shoebox and other pinhole cameras to capture an image. Once we capture an image we can develop a negative using classroom friendly kitchen supplies like coffee and other budget friendly things. You do not need an official photography dark room to play with light. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Kristin Fong Co-Presenter: Claire Mosier Fee: $0 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: Kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

The Art of Geography In this workshop the American Museum of Western Art’s educators will lead discussion around historic paintings that depict Colorado. We will work together to create an artistic textured topographic map of the state using collage and found objects. We will add the characteristics of each region, important political, social, and cultural sites, and research natural and man-made resources, all while using our creativity and the oddities available to us around the conference. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

Presenter: Kim Chlumsky Co-Presenter: Carrie Mann Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: kimberlycaea@gmail.com

Adventures in Felting Join Carrie Mann and Kim Chlumsky and explore the world of acrylic felting! We will share a variety of ideas on how to use this material and technique for any age group. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, scissors

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12:30-2:30pm Presenter: Elizabeth Castor Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30 Location: Peak 14 Email: ecastor@sd27j.net

Sugar Skulls, Clay and CRAYONS? This easy clay workshop will present how to form a pinch bowl, how to sculpt the bowl into a skull and how to use found objects to create sugar skull designs. This project is a school-wide favorite and offers a chance to experiment with unusual coloration techniques. Participants will make a skull so be ready to get a little messy. This lesson is easily adaptable to most grade levels. Materials to Bring: Clay Tools

Presenter: Lisa Lee Adams Co-Presenter: Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: ladams7@cherrycreekschools.org

Mini-Tadas Inspired by internationally acclaimed Japanese Artist Tadashi Hayakawa, you will create mini versions that are similar to his approach. There will have a variety of media from which to choose. The results will be small organic abstracts. The process is very meditative and relaxing and it can work in all classrooms. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes

Presenter: Justine Sawyer Fee: $2 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 12:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: justine_sawyer@yahoo.com

Game of Life Lesson Reflecting on life and societal rules, participants will create a “Game of Life� artwork based on a rule of their choice. Participants will receive a lesson plan and PPT. Adaptable for any age level but examples shared will be secondary. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Greg Custer Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 12:30-1:30 Location: Peak 17 Email: greg.custer@thevanguardschool.

How to build a successful art program This workshop is designed to assist teachers with concepts that can be used to increase their overall effectiveness in the broad spectrum of art education. Concepts to be discussed will include discipline-based vs. conception-based education, helping students choose strong content in their work, how to promote your program, and most importantly, how to keep your head in the game with your own creativity. Materials to Bring: note taking ability

Presenter: Carlos Fresquez Fee: $0 Audience: General Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 12-2:45pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: fresquez@msudenver.edu

Tortilla Press Printmaking Learn how to use a tortilla press, not to make tortillas, but to make prints on paper. Create your design, roll your ink on to your plate and then place your paper on the plate, then in to the press. Feed your soul! Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

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Presenter: Ashley Orne Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Lecture Day: Friday Time: 1:45-2:30 Location: Peak 17 Email: agorne@aps.k12.co.us

Street Art Reaches my Community Contemporary art blended with community involvement and real-world themes lead to strong student investment. Students play with word association and symbolism to turn their creations into a collaboration of wheat pasting to educate the masses by experiencing what it is like to be a street artist. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Laura Thompson Fee: $5 Audience: High School Type: Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 1-4pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Sketchbook Spirit of Play - AP Studio Art Style The Advanced Placement program is making big changes next year! A focus on concentration allows time for researching ideas, concepts, media process practice and other play! We will quickly make a variety of backgrounds on sketchbook papers, and then bind them into a sketchbook. I will share a powerpoint to complement use of the sketchbook in your classroom. We will focus on the development of ideas from concept to completion. Although we will spotlight AP, this workshop is open to anyone who wants ideas for high quality work, and wants to have fun! Materials to Bring: favorite drawing supplies, laptop, camera

Sieger Hartgers

Master Class: Drawing the Proportions the Human Head and the Human Figure Friday, 1-4pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Drawing the Proportions of the Human Head and the Human Figure in Front/ side and Back view, as shown to us by Leonardo, Duren, Bridgeman, and Robert Beverly Hale. These general proportions are a must for all who want to draw or teach Life Drawing or painting.

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Presenter: Delane Ingalls Vanada, Ph.D. Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 1 Email: div@comcast.net

Fostering Students’ Dynamic Learning and Motivation This presentation focuses on the role and importance of social and emotional capacities fostered through art and design education as a link to motivation and all students’ capacities for learning. Learner-centered pedagogy and design thinking are featured as models for nurturing positive mindsets. What kinds of cultures of thinking promote inquiry, and empower their sense of agency? What is the teacher’s role in guiding students to become more self-directed, creatively confident, life-long creators? Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: April Noble Co-Presenter: Ingrid King Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: april@aprilnoble.net

Where did that come from? Origins of common glaze and clay ingredients Kaolin from England, Cobalt from Canada, Feldspar from Custer, SD. Ever wonder where the materials for your clay and glazes come from? During this workshop we will discuss the origins of many common glaze materials as well as their properties, application in ceramics, and the safe handling of these materials in the classroom. There will also be a discussion of the origins of many common paint colorants. Materials to Bring: Paper for taking notes. We will provide pens Friday: Workshop Descriptions 63


3:00-4:00pm Presenter: Kelley DeCleene Co-Presenter: Damon McLeese Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 8 Email: kjdecleene@gmail.com Presenter: Connie Stewart, PhD Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 9 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu Presenter: Krystal Flanders Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 10 Email: kdflanders@yahoo.com Presenter: Donna Goodwin Co-Presenter: Diane Cassidy, CDE Gifted and Talented Specialist Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 11 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

Presenter: Deb Rosenbaum Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 12 Email: debrosenbaum53@gmail.com 64 Friday: Workshop Descriptions

Collaborative Art in Inclusive Art Rooms Come play with us! We will create a collaborative art piece while learning tips and techniques for engaging all students, including those with severe disabilities, in meaningful artmaking. We will explore choice making as the basis for creativity, looking at ways to ensure individual expression for students with limited physical, cognitive, and verbal abilities. Materials to Bring: Nothing Power of the Colorado Art Standards Subtle changes in the Colorado Visual Arts Standards can be used to advocate for hands on, student centered learning. The standards prioritize observation of the sensory world, ability to form and evaluate new ideas, completion of inventive, poetic works, acknowledgment of cultural multiplicities, and a synthesis of learning with lived experience. This presentation will use contemporary artmaking, current literature in arts education and what is happening now in our art classrooms in the discussion. Materials to Bring: no supplies needed Creativity in the Classroom Creativity has been discussed in education for over 75 years, but in today’s world it is more important than ever to teach to students to think and work with creativity. Fostering creativity can have numerous positive and lasting effects that support students in becoming adults that are inquisitive, curious, critical thinkers, as well as risk takers. This workshop will review definitions of creativity and discuss possible models in instruction and curriculum that can be used in the classroom as well as ideas for how to design an environment that cultivates creativity. Materials to Bring: Laptop Identification of Gifted and Talented Artists In this session we will present and discuss the defining characteristics that a gifted student, verses one that is highly skilled, may demonstrate in visual arts. Also discussed will be issues concerning equitable access and opportunity for all Colorado students. We will share referral, assessment, and identification guidance documents grounded in current research and best practices developed by gifted and arts content specialists in conjunction with the Colorado Department of Education’s Exceptional Student Services Unit. Materials to Bring: Nothing unless they want to take notes or bring in questions Brown Bagging It: Playing with Grocery Bags Come and play with standard brown grocery bags, a cheap material with endless possibilities for manipulation into masks, sculptures, and a variety of cultural study applications. It even looks like leather! You’ll make AND see many examples to take back to your classroom. Materials to Bring: Glue/Adhesives, markers


Presenter: Shayna Tokheim Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Friday Time: 3-5pm Location: Peak 14 Email: shaynatokheim@gmail.com

Wet Felted Vessels Learn the basics of wet felting-the ancient process of taking a loose wool fiber, adding moisture and friction to create solid, seamless works of art. In this hands on class, students will gain experience on how to manipulate sheep wool into freestanding vessels. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone, Scissors, plastic baggie

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 15 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Teaching Color: A Playful Approach Are your students challenged to learn the attributes or mechanics of color? Are you looking for an activity that en gages students in active learning? This workshop will share a playful approach to teaching color through inquiry and observation. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Amy Berlin Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 16 Email: amydberlin@gmail.com

Sensory Bottles EXPLORE, PLAY with, and BUILD a small set of sensory bottles to use with students aged 0-10 years (and older if you dare!). Learn about and discuss the innumerable benefits of interacting with carefully curated items to playfully teach anything from color-mixing to early math concepts, and to support early gross- and fine-motor development. Materials to Bring: Mixed Media, any small objects you might consider putting into a bottle.

Presenter: Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Peak 17 Email: hunterdonigertl@cofc.edu

STEAM - How to Play Nice with Others Have you ever wanted to start a STEAM program at your school but not sure where to start? This session will provide examples for STEAM lessons and how to build a program while getting others to respect the arts and play nice with each other. Materials to Bring: bring anything you like

Presenter: Kari Pepper Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Friday Time: 3-4pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: stumperita@hotmail.com

It’s hard being an artist! Integrate the “Studio Habits of the Mind” into your classroom as a way to have students self reflect and make grading easier. We will experience the studio habits through hands on activities just as I do in my classroom and you will leave with new ways to evaluate your students as studio artists. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

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University of Northern Colorado

ALUMNI RECEPTION 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 9th. 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 9th, 6pm to 8pm

Where:

Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant 600 S Park Ave., Breckenridge

What:

Drinks, appetizers, and conversation


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Saturday

MASTER CLASSES Rick Louie

Artistic Images with your Smartphone

Saturday, 9am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Tools and techniques for creating artistic images using your smartphone. Learning how to use simple apps and tools to make images that rival a DSLR.

Michael Bernhardt

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

Saturday, 8am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Michael Bernhardt demonstrates creating art with digital tools 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.

Shayna Tokheim

Nuno Felted Infinity Scarf: A Fusion of silk, wool, and color for wearable Art Saturday, 12-4pm, Coppertop 2

Keep warm and on trend the season by making your own circular infinity scarf. Learn how to measure, create a resist, dye, and Nuno felt a seamless infinity scarf using natural white silk chiffon and merino wool. This class requires prolonged standing and physical upper body movement. There is a $40 materials fee payable to the instructor on day of class for all supplies and provided materials used.

Connie Robbins-Brady

Spirited Creations - Putting your Heart into your Art! Saturday, 1-5pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Is there a deep desire or wish you’d like to have fulfilled? Are you needing healing from a loss? Participants will explore unusual media and techniques to create a Spirit Figure out of a gourd cut-out similar to rock art designs. Power tools will be used to decorate your design.

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“The Boy Who Became a Man” by Gabrielle Van Allen, 12th Grade Art Inspired by Unsung Hero Pavel Weiner

The Art Effect Unsung Heroes Art Competition $15,000 in Prizes! 

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Submission Period: September 1, 2018 – February 15, 2019.

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Saturdaynovember 10 9:15 - 10:15am

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Play with Printing on Gelli Plates!

Katy Irvin & Christy Mattingly General Audience H $5

7-7:45am Pool Area Barre 3 with Alli Maunder

10:30am - 12:30pm

10:30am-12pm Peak 1/Outside ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY PRESENTS Raku for You Session 3

Ryan McCrome & Chad WIlliams General Audience H, L & D $10

9:15-10am Shake it up and Wake Drawing with Soft Pencils and Art Erasers it up with Presenting at CAEA Gwen Ahlers & Anne Thulson General Audience L & D

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class Dana Goodier General Audience

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9:15-10am Street Art Reaches my Community Ashley Orne Elementary

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9:15-10am Playing with Portfolios Alexandra Palm General Audience

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A Ten Year Collaboration: From the BFG to the Greentail Mouse Ramona Lapsley General Audience I & L

K-12 Mixed Media Collaboration

Kate Wheeler & Erin Reiner General Audience L

Elementary Paper Sculptures

Tracy Nichols Elementary I, H & D

Sieger Hartgers General Audience H, L & D

$7

Playing with Interpretive Strategies

Dr. Claire Chien General Audience I, H & D

Fun with Sphero Robots

Pam Farris General Audience I, H & L

Villains Versus Superheroes

Jonny O’Lonergan General Audience H

$10

10:30-11:30am

11:45am-12:30pm Painted Selfie: Exploring Identity in 5th Grade

General Audience I & L

Elementary L 11:45am-12:30pm Secret Stories of Objects

UNC MA ArtsBased Action Research

Ashley Orne

10:30-11:30am

Toy Sculptures Kari Merritt

General Audience

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Connie Stewart General Audience L

Why Did My Student Get A (*&%$##) On The AP Portfolio? Laura Thompson High School I & L


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

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Peak 16 First Floor

Peak 17 First Floor

Coppertop

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Coppertop

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Third Floor

Imperial Ballroom

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Lunch on Your Own

9:15 - 10:15am

Exploring Time, Space and Motion in the 4th Dimension Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience

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10:30am - 12:30pm

10:30am-12pm Drawing is an Action Verb

Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience I, H & D

SCHEDULE CHANGE! Poured Polar Aurora Julie Swanson Davis General Audience H

STEAM - How to Play Nice with Others Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger General Audience I, H & L

TAB Open Discussion

Dale Zalmstra General Audience

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Painting with Personal Symbols

Cindy Migliaccio Middle School H $2

Kelley DeCleene General Audience H 10:30-11:30

The Art of Forest Schools

Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger General Audience I,H&L $0

$5

11:45-12:30

Playing with Portfolios

Alexandra Palm

General Audience

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10:30-11:30 12-4PM Master Class $ AP Studio: February Challenge Creation Nuno Felted Infinity Scarf: A Fusion of Extravaganza silk, wool, and color Virginia Schick for wearable Art High School L Shayna Tokheim

10:30am-12pm Foil Repousse (Embossing)

Beth Antal General Audience H & D

$5

9am-12pm Master Class $ Artistic Images with your Smartphone Rick Louie

Imperial Ballroom

8am-12pm Master Class $

Fourth Floor

$3

Access and Authenticity in Art Making for Students with Special Needs

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12:30 - 1:30pm

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

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Saturdaynovember 10 1:30 - 3:30pm

Peak 1

Third Floor

Peak 6/7

Second Floor

Peak 8

Second Floor

Peak 9

Second Floor

Peak 10

Second Floor

Peak 11

Exquisite Corpse In Clay

3:45-5:15

Advanced Placement Art History

Leslie Macklin General Audience I, H & L

$5

Play with Water & Color

Nancy Branca General Audience I & H

Second Floor

Peak 14 First Floor

Amy Berlin General Audience I & H

$3

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The Illustrated Book Andrew Beckham High School L

The Art of Geography

The “5 minute Demo” Through Play

Sugar Skulls, Clay and CRAYONS?

3:30-4:30pm Symbols: What are they really?

Kristin Fong & Claire Mosier Middle School I, H & L

Elizabeth Castor General Audience H & D

Kelly Beach Middle School I & L

Anne Thulson General Audience

$3

Pewter Cast Pendants

Megan Curry I, H & L Second Floor General Audience

Peak 12

Erin Reiner High School I & L

Process Art: ECE & Beyond

Rediscovering the Self Through Arts-Based Autoethnography Dr. Claire Chien General Audience I & H

4:00 - 5:00pm

1:30-2:30pm Teaching Studio Habits of Mind with Elementary Students Jessica Ruby Elementary

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1:30-2:30pm Daily Noodle-Doodle Katy Mathes

4-5pm Peak 11 Increase Time on Task in your Art Class Saturday

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2:45-3:30pm Power of the Colorado Art Standards Connie Stewart

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Dana Goodier General Audience

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Elementary Tips and Tricks: Organization, Management and Routines Share Shop L

2:45-3:45pm A Forgiving Way to Learn to Draw Alissandra Seelaus & David Stallings High School

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Katy Mathes Elementary I

Villains Versus Superheroes

Jonny O’Lonergan General Audience H

$10


H = Hands-On I = Interactive D = Discussion L = Lecture

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

1:30 - 3:30pm

Blended Learning in the Art Room

Kimberly Ayer Beckeman High School I, H & D

First Floor

First Floor

4:00 - 5:00pm

Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments

Peak 15 Peak 16

pm

Jessica Ruby General Audience

Making a wipe and scratch Monotype

Sieger Hartgers General Audience H, L & D $7

I&L

AP Studio: February Challenge Creation Extravaganza Virginia Schick & Heather Bertarelli High School L

Peak 17 First Floor

Coppertop

2

12-4PM Master Class $

Nuno Felted Infinity Scarf: A Fusion of silk, wool, and color for wearable Art

Shayna Tokheim

Second Floor

Design Props/Costumes to Facilitate Play

Coppertop

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Third Floor

Imperial Ballroom

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Imperial Ballroom

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Playing with Photography

Harley Young General Audience I, H & L

Alexandra Overby High School L

12:15-1:45PM Keynote Workshop: Developing Community Projects 1 Steve Wood with Concrete Couch

2-3:30PM Keynote Workshop: Developing Community Projects 2 Steve Wood with Concrete Couch

Keynote Workshop! General Audience

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Keynote Workshop! General Audience

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Spirited Creations - Putting your Heart into your Art! Connie Robbins-Brady

Fourth Floor

Art Mart

2018 CAEA Awards Banquet Saturday Night Bash Saturday, 6-8pm Peak 17 Dinner and awards.

Saturday, 4:00-500pm Vendor

Buy and sell art from our very talen

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Conference Schedule Saturday, November 10 Arts Advocacy Breakfast with Donna Goodwin, PhD (Pea k 17)

Saturday, 8-9am contin

ental breakfast will be served Bring a internet enabled device to view art standards!

9:15-10:15am Presenter: Katy Irvin Co-Presenter: Christy Mattingly Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15 Location: Peak 1 Email: katyjane829@gmail.com

Play with Printing on Gelli Plates! Come PLAY with Gelli Plates and 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 prints. You can expect to create multiple colorful prints using a variety of objects and stencils for texture and pattern. A $5.00 supply fee to cover the cost of consumable supplies is requested. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone, Collage Materials

Presenter: Gwen Ahlers Co-Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10am Location: Peak 6/7 Email: ahlers_gwen@hotmail.com

Shake it up and Wake it up with Presenting at CAEA Shake it up and Wake it up with Presenting at CAEA. Have you ever wondered how much fun and how exciting it would be to present? Come learn how to present a workshop with your best and most fun lesson to share and pass on. Get the nitty gritty fun facts for presentations. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Dana Goodier Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15am Location: Peak 8 Email: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class Participants will gain strategies to increase time on task in their art classes. While many teachers have tools to help keep students for the most part engaged in their art projects, this session will provide you tools to reach and engage every student, especially those who are displaying both low- and high-level misbehaviors. All teachers, both new and experienced, will encounter that student (or several) who “pushes their buttons”. Learn how to change the student’s attitude in your class by using these simple steps! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad

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Presenter: Ashley Orne Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10am Location: Peak 9 Email: agorne@aps.k12.co.us

Street Art Reaches my Community Contemporary art blended with community involvement and real-world themes lead to strong student investment. Students play with word association and symbolism to turn their creations into a collaboration of wheat pasting to educate the masses by experiencing what it is like to be a street artist. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Alexandra Palm Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10am Location: Peak 10 Email: amontgomery@hsd2.org

Playing with Portfolios Portfolios are a wonderful way to keep student artwork organized, but can also have some amazing benefits for teachers too! Come see some examples of student portfolios that allow students to track their own data, reflect on their artwork, and keep a running record of their growth over the school year. Please bring some examples of portfolios you use in your classrooms to share as examples! The second half of the workshop will be a portfolio open house. Materials to Bring: portfolio examples and drawing materials (not required/optional)

Presenter: Ramona Lapsley Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15am Location: Peak 11 Email: bluefishmanitou@aol.com

A Ten Year Collaboration: From the BFG to the Greentail Mouse This session will show images and discuss collaboration between arts organization Concrete Couch and Mountainside Elementary. Topics will cover the initial idea, funding, strategic decisions and organization to make a 2 week-2story giant puppet, parade and hoopla a highlight of the year. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook

Presenter: Kate Wheeler Co-Presenter: Erin Reiner Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-1015am Location: Peak 12 Email: kawheele@jeffco.k12.co.us

K-12 Mixed Media Collaboration Want to play with collaboration in art classrooms? In our workshop, we will share visual examples and videos of collaborative projects across the K-12 spectrum. These include 4th grade stories presented to kindergarteners, and projects with high schoolers working with elementary students. Elementary students recorded stories 9-12 graders turned into actual “movies” and 1st grade drawings came alive in Photoshop work from 9-12 graders. Learn to plan collaboratively and get ideas for closure between the groups! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Tracy Nichols Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15am Location: Peak 14 Email: tnichols@libertycommon.org

Elementary Paper Sculptures Today we’ll explore and make lots of different kinds of paper sculptures mainly using strips of paper. This simple medium lends itself to so much creativity for representational art, non-representational art, and can be inspired by masterpieces of art history for K-5th grade students. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone

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9:15-10:15am Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15am Location: Peak 15 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Exploring Time, Space and Motion in the 4th Dimension Learn how a culminating 2D/3D Design Day project at UNC focused on time, space, and motion provided opportunities for students to collaborate, synthesize design principles, and form a relationship between their intention and the final piece. Students encountered new media, explored technology, and engaged with timely and provocative ideas. Resources available. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Presenter: Julie Swanson Davis Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15 Location: Peak 16 Email: j.davis@dickblick.com

SCHEDULE CHANGE! Poured Polar Aurora Students love swirling poured paint into random patterns — and you’ll love these affordable, controlled pours that include a science lesson! Participants in this Blick Art Materials workshop will use glow-in-the-dark glue and economy temp era to create a wilderness landscape and learn about polar auroras. Materials to Bring: nothing, all will be provided

Presenter: Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15am Location: Peak 17 Email: hunterdonigertl@cofc.edu

STEAM - How to Play Nice with Others Have you ever wanted to start a STEAM program at your school but not sure where to start? This session will provide examples for STEAM lessons and how to build a program while getting others to respect the arts and play nice with each other. Materials to Bring: bring anything you like

Presenter: Dale Zalmstra Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15pm Location: Coppertop 2 Email: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

TAB Open Discussion A time to discuss choice-based art education. Share thoughts, experiences and questions. Let’s share what’s working, what’s not and what’s next! For both those implementing their own version of choice-based art education, and for those who are just curious. Materials to Bring: However you like to help yourself remember what you want to take away!

Presenter: Cindy Migliaccio Fee: $2 Audience: Middle School Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 9:15-10:15 Location: Coppertop 3 Email: chmigliaccio@gmail.com

Painting with Personal Symbols Paint with personal symbolism in this workshop! Teaching our students to draw from personal meaning while learning about color & composition can be fun. In this drop in workshop we will use tag paper to make stencils, tempera paint & paint pens to create a colorful example to share with your students. This class is geared towards middle school but can be applied to any age group. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

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Rick Louie

Artistic Images with your Smartphone

Saturday, 9am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 1

Tools and techniques for creating artistic images using your smartphone. Learning how to use simple apps and tools to make images that rival a DSLR.

Michael Bernhardt

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

Saturday, 8am-12pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Michael Bernhardt demonstrates creating art with digital tools 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.

10:30am-12:30pm Presenter: Ryan McCrone Co-Presenter: Chad Williams Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12pm Location: Peak 1/Outside Email: CLAY@ROCKYMOUNTAINCLAY. COM

ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAKU! Session 3 ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLAY will hold three workshops this year at the CAEA conference. These classes will be on alternative firing techniques that can be done in a Raku kiln. The first class will be on traditional raku, the second class will be on horse hair, and the last class will be on foil saggars. Participants will be given one piece to decorate and fire during the workshop, and are encouraged to bring there own pieces of bisqueware to to decorate as well (1-2 pieces maximum). Attire: long pants and long sleeves, all cotton blend, no open toed shoes. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone, ADDITIONAL CERAMIC PIECE THAT MAY BE FIRED IN THE RAKU KILN IF DESIRED

SIGN UP HERE!: https://tinyurl.com/y7qwl79l Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

Drawing with Soft Pencils and Art Erasers Draw with soft pencils (use the Art Eraser) to create values, modify contours and create contours. Draw and redraw your image use rulers, triangles, and your soft pencils. Adding values through shading technique create dark, medium, and light areas. Materials to Bring: NA

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10:30am-12:30pm Presenter: Dr. Claire Chien Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: qtinfun@gmail.com

Playing with Interpretive Strategies In this workshop, I am going to invite participants to play interpretive strategies, which are often utilized in art galleries and art classrooms, with me. Participants will be introduced different interpretive strategies, such as Visual Thinking Strategies, Artful Thinking, and Visual Literacy, and learn how to incorporate these strategies to engage students in art conversations and create hands-on art activities. Moreover, participants will practice to further reform these interpretive strategies. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Pam Farris Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: arcadiademedina@gmail.com

Fun with Sphero Robots Come connect your phone, ipad or kindle to a sphero and try your hand at robotics. The programming is drag and drop so you won’t be intimidated. Build an obstacle course or make art while trying out this simple robot. Please download the sphero edu app before attending. Materials to Bring: iPad, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Jonny O’Lonergan Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: jonnyo.olonergan@asd20.org

Villains Versus Superheroes When you woke up today did you feel like a villain or a superhero? Who would be your arch enemy? What super power do you have? Let’s take all of these ideas and make miniature sculptures or masks of these characters. Materials to Bring: Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Collage Materials

Presenter: Donna Goodwin Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30am Location: Peak 11 Email: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

UNC MA Arts-Based Action Research Graduates of UNC’s MA in Art & Design present their artsbased, action research findings. The results are an emergent way of informing practice applicable to artists, researchers, and teachers. Elizabeth Castor explores teacher stress and effects on students; Jen Fogarty-Regalado shares pottery surface treatments; Melissa Hoff discusses making collaborative art with students; Veronica Markley shares a personal story of immigration; and Cristy Anspach details a journey of using electronic portfolios for family engagement. Materials to Bring: sketchbooks

Presenter: Ashley Orne Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 11:45am-12:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: agorne@aps.k12.co.us

Painted Selfie: Exploring Identity in 5th Grade Powerful, real-world topics, access to new materials and not putting limitations on your student’s art making abilities can all lead to strong student investment. Taking risks, persevering and playing with new materials are rewarded with strong and beautiful end products. Learn how themes and not limiting students can enhance interest and give students the opportunity to succeed. Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone

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Presenter: Kari Merritt Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30am Location: Peak 12 Email: kmm8384@gmail.com

Toy Sculptures Play is the theme in this fun workshop where toys and broken bits of toys are repurposed to create 3D art! Toys are pieces of history that are given new life as we glue toys, as well as bits of fabric and other small parts of random items to make sculptures on a block of wood. Learn where to get mostly discarded materials to make a cool 3D sculpture! Materials to Bring: Camera or Phone

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 11:45am-12:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Secret Stories of Objects Telling the secret stories of the provenance of artwork can be an arts integration tool. This presentation will tell the history of Gustav Klimt’s portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer , stolen by the Nazi’s, and now in New York City. The story will demonstrate how a discussion of an object’s changing meaning over time can connect the arts to history, economics, and provide opportunities for students to practice evaluative and critical thinking skills. Materials to Bring: no additional supplies needed

Presenter: Laura Thompson Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com

Why Did My Student Get A (*&%$##) On The AP Portfolio? Your student worked hard, the work was good, but the grade isn’t what you expected. How frustrating is that! Understanding the AP Rubric will help. Using newly created resources, learn to “internalize” and grade with the AP rubric. Through practice we will become better at guesstimating art scores. I have developed games to help teach the rubric to your students. If you like, bring physical examples of your students work, or mail them to me digitally (laurathompsonartwork@gmail.com) We will also discuss how to improve existing work for a stronger outcome. Materials to Bring: laptop, camera, student artworks

Presenter: Kris Heintz Nelson Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12pm Location: Peak 15 Email: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Drawing is an Action Verb The physical act of drawing integrates kinesthetic, perceptual and cognitive responses. This workshop will share a series of experimental warm-up exercises that encourage students to play with media, form, and content. Bring a sketchbook and your favorite drawing utensil-some supplies will be provided. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Kelley DeCleene Fee: $5 Audiene: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: kjdecleene@gmail.com

Access and Authenticity in Art Making for Students with Special Needs This will be a mixed media art-making session in which participants will learn about adapting tools, materials, lessons and instructional practices for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Limit 15 participants. Fee: $5. Materials to Bring: Nothing

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10:30am-12:30pm Presenter: Dr. Tracey Hunter-Doniger Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30 Location: Peak 17 Email: hunterdonigertl@cofc.edu

The Art of Forest Schools Discover the art found in the Forest Schools in Europe. Learn from first-hand experience about art in Walkkita schools in Germany and Reggio Emilia schools in Italy and how you can bring these ideas to your practice. Materials to Bring: iPad

Presenter: Alexandra Palm Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive Day: Saturday Time: 11:45-12:30 Location: Peak 17 Email: amontgomery@hsd2.org

Playing with Portfolios Portfolios are a wonderful way to keep student artwork organized, but can also have some amazing benefits for teachers too! Come see some examples of student portfolios that allow students to track their own data, reflect on their artwork, and keep a running record of their growth over the school year. Please bring some examples of portfolios you use in your classrooms to share as examples! The second half of the workshop will be a portfolio open house. Materials to Bring: portfolio examples and drawing materials (not required/optional)

Presenter: Virginia Schick Co-Presenter: Heather Bertarelli Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 10:30-11:30 Location: Coppertop 2 Email: virginia.schick@gmail.com

AP Studio: February Challenge Creation Extravaganza Showcases twenty-eight days of challenging students to create one new artwork every day in February. Receive tips, templates and examples of this playful approach to assist students in stretching and honing their skills, while rounding out portfolios and having FUN! Materials to Bring: Laptop

Shayna Tokheim

Nuno Felted Infinity Scarf: A Fusion of silk, wool, and color for wearable Art Saturday, 12-4pm, Coppertop 2

Keep warm and on trend the season by making your own circular infinity scarf. Learn how to measure, create a resist, dye, and Nuno felt a seamless infinity scarf using natural white silk chiffon and merino wool. This class requires prolonged standing and physical upper body movement. There is a $40 materials fee payable to the instructor on day of class for all supplies and provided materials used. 84 Saturday: Workshop Descriptions


Presenter: Beth Antal Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: Bethantalmedina@gmail.com

Foil Repousse (Embossing) Have you ever wanted to learn how to emboss foil? In this class, you will learn everything you wanted to know about foil embossing - materials, techniques, student work and displaying embossed foil. This class is “hands on� so attendees will be able to put into practice what they just learned. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

12:30 - 1:30pm Lunch on Your Own $9 Conference Lunch Special!

1:30-3:30pm

Presenter: Leslie Macklin Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 1 Email: lesliemacklin@adams.edu

Exquisite Corpse - In Clay Exquisite corpse, a familiar surrealist game where each participant draws an image, folds their paper to conceal their contribution, and passes it to the next player for their contribution. The game results in bizarre and humorous compositions but is useful in all levels of art instruction to encourage creativity through unpredictability and chance. This hands-on workshop demonstrates how the game can be played with clay to address 3D design principles, collaboration and creative problem solving. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Clay Tools

Presenter: Nancy Branca Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: nbartist@yahoo.com

Play with Water & Color How many ways can you paint a lemon? The answer is countless! This hands-on workshop presents the unique techniques and characteristics of painting with transparent media. Participants will experiment with various watercolor materials and methods and create several mini-paintings of the same subject; each piece developed in a different way. Materials to Bring: Drawing Supplies

Presenter: Dr. Claire Chien Fee: $1 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 8 Email: qtinfun@gmail.com

Rediscovering the Self Through Arts-Based Autoethnography In this workshop, the participants will be introduced to applying arts-based autoethnography as a method to revisit their life experiences by creating art pieces. By carefully choosing metaphorical materials and finding presentational art forms, the participants will not only create an art piece but also reengage with their important life moments. Revisiting experiences will provide the participants with opportunities to look again at their essential life decisions from a whole new perspective. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials Saturday: Workshop Descriptions 85


1:30-3:30pm Presenter: Kristin Fong Co-Presenter: Claire Mosier Fee: $0 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 9 Email: Kristin@AnschutzCollection.org

The Art of Geography In this workshop the American Museum of Western Art’s educators will lead discussion around historic paintings that depict Colorado. We will work together to create an artistic textured topographic map of the state using collage and found objects. We will add the characteristics of each region, important political, social, and cultural sites, and research natural and man-made resources, all while using our creativity and the oddities available to us around the conference. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Mixed Media, Camera or Phone, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

Presenter: Elizabeth Castor Fee: $3 Audience: High School Type: Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3pm Location: Peak 10 Email: ecastor@sd27j.net

Sugar Skulls, Clay and CRAYONS? This easy clay workshop will present how to form a pinch bowl, how to sculpt the bowl into a skull and how to use found objects to create sugar skull designs. This project is a school-wide favorite and offers a chance to experiment with unusual coloration techniques. Participants will make a skull so be ready to get a little messy. This lesson is easily adaptable to most grade levels. Materials to Bring: Clay Tools

Presenter: Megan Curry Fee: $5 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 11 Email: megrcurry@gmail.com

Pewter Cast Pendants In this hands on workshop, participants will create a beautiful piece of jewelry by carving a mold from plaster and casting melted pewter into the mold. This project works well in a high school jewelry curriculum, but can be adapted to be done in middle school as well. Materials to Bring:

Presenter: Jessica Ruby Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: rubyj@wcsdre1.org

Teaching Studio Habits of Mind with Elementary Students Come make art, and learn how to implement strategies to teach Studio Habits of Mind to elementary students. We will open a drawing center, create portfolios, explore various possible assessments and objectives, and other strategies. Learn how to make Studio Habits simple for elementary students! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

Presenter: Connie Stewart Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 2:45-3:30pm Location: Peak 12 Email: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Power of the Colorado Art Standards Subtle changes in the Colorado Visual Arts Standards can be used to advocate for hands on, student centered learning. The standards prioritize observation of the sensory world, ability to form and evaluate new ideas, completion of inventive, poetic works, acknowledgment of cultural multiplicities, and a synthesis of learning with lived experience. This presentation will use contemporary artmaking, current literature in arts education and what is happening now in our art classrooms in the discussion. Materials to Bring: no supplies needed

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Presenter: Katy Mathes Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-2:30pm Location: Peak 14 Email: katherine.mathes@bvsd.org

The Daily Noodle-Doodle: Increasing Art Making Time with Elementary Art Students The Daily Noodle-Doodle system strives to increase art making time by concentrating on daily routines and practices. This classroom management system increases engagement, builds autonomy, streamlines transitions and supports literacy. Attendees can expect to leave with ideas and action steps to incorporate in their classroom environment as well as knowledge surrounding engagement and its effect on art making time. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Drawing Materials

Presenter: Alissandra Seelaus Co-Presenter: David Stallings Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 2:45-3:45pm Location: Peak 14 Email: aseelaus@cherrycreekschools.org

A Forgiving Way to Learn to Draw Drawing from observation is one of the most intimidating skills for beginning artists. Our session outlines a introductory drawing unit that teaches traditional drawing skills alongside color theory and digital coloring techniques to allow students room to really learn to draw (and learn to make mistakes). By using composite techniques to combine many drawings into a final composition, students have room to practice, refine, and edit their work freely, while still producing art they are proud of. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Kimberly Ayer Beckeman Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 15 Email: Kimberly_Beckeman@dpsk12.org

Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments Disguised Musical Ceramic Instruments. A project to challenge your students creativity and how they look at the world around them. This is a project that requires your students to build something functional but disguise it as a sculptural piece. You can create an udu drum that is disguised as a face jug or an ocarina that is disguised as an anatomical heart. The choice is up to you. Materials to Bring: Clay Tools

Presenter: Sieger Hartgers Fee: $7 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Peak 16 Email: siegerhartgers@sprintmail.com

Making a wipe and scratch Monotype Wipe and Scratch monotype was first developed by Degas, he used black inks, with the image revealed through rag and finger wiping and reapplication with a brush, or negatively by drawing with a stick to create white lines. Materials to Bring:

Presenter: Harley Young Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 1:30-3:30pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: harley@raftcolorado.org

Design Props/Costumes to Facilitate Play Today we will learn how to use your existing classroom themes to inspire creative play by designing and engineering costumes, props and sets - all made from easily found upcycled materials. Appropriate for all ages and all disciplines. Materials to Bring: notepad and pen

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1:30-3:30pm

Presenter: Steve Wood Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 12:15-1:45pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: concretecouchorg@gmail.com

Presenter: Steve Wood Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration Day: Saturday Time: 2-3:30pm Location: Imperial Ballroom 1 Email: concretecouchorg@gmail.com

Developing Community Projects 1 This hands-on planning workshop is for anyone interested in facilitating a community project, whether the community is a school group, the larger community, or some combination of the above. Group projects bring a special element to the academic year, help integrate art and other subjects, create connections, and contribute beyond the school in a myriad of ways. Bring your ideas, big or small, and we will brainstorm, workshop, and role play to craft implementation plans. Participants will have the chance to share whats worked and what has been challenging, share knowledge and resources, ask questions of each other and the presenter, and get excited to bring the power of a community-build experience to their school or educational center. Materials to Bring: Nothing Developing Community Projects 2 This hands-on planning workshop will cover similar ground as DCP #1, but will go into greater depth. (Attending the first session is not mandatory). Materials to Bring: Nothing

Connie Robbins-Brady

Master Class: Spirited Creations - Putting your Heart into your Art! Saturday, 1-5pm, Imperial Ballroom 2

Is there a deep desire or wish you’d like to have fulfilled? Are you needing healing from a loss? Participants will explore unusual media and techniques to create a Spirit Figure out of a gourd cut-out similar to rock art designs. Power tools will be used to decorate your design.

4:00-5:00pm Presenter: Erin Reiner Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 3:45-5:15 Location: Peak 1 Email: ereiner@jeffco.k12.co.us 88 Saturday: Workshop Descriptions

Advanced Placement Art History New and current Art History teachers alike will benefit from this workshop. We will go over various approaches to the content discussing strategies including ways to make the content both fun and memorable for higher test scores. Examples will be shown from first day activities through typical daily content and into AP exam review strategies. Erin Reiner is a College Board Consultant leading workshops around the country as well as a Question Leader for the exam. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone


Presenter: Amy Berlin Fee: $3 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 6/7 Email: amydberlin@gmail.com

Process Art: ECE & Beyond EXPLORE, PLAY, and EXPERIMENT with a variety of openended tools and materials in strategic combinations to build a small arsenal of process-oriented activities that allow little people (and adults) to explore and discover, while resulting in a successful and tangible (but not directed) product. Discuss the importance of open-ended and process-oriented art making at all levels of arts education. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Andrew Beckham Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 8 Email: abeckham@smanet.org

The Illustrated Book The Illustrated Book is a course developed to take advantage of the excellent self-publishing platforms available to both students and professionals. This workshop introduces the workflow designed for a semester-long book project, including research and shared-inquiry analysis; conceptual and narrative development; illustration production and layout design; and actualizing a self-published book. This is a course that allows for an incredible “cross-pollination” of disciplines, with students taking a deep dive into rich and varied content. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook

Presenter: Kelly Beach Fee: $0 Audience: Middle School Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 9 Email: kelly.r.beach@gmail.com

The “5 min demo” Through Play Turn the 5 min demo on its head with this workshop. Look at a student centered and play based approach to the 5 min TAB demo. Ideas and concepts can be applied for K-12 but will be presented with a middle school lens. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Anne Thulson Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 3:30-4:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: athulson@msudenver.edu

Symbols: What are they really? Symbols: What are they really? We often ask our students of all ages to make symbols. Why? And how? This session unpacks some basic ideas behind how image-makers represent their world with signs. We will investigate ways to challenge students to think deeper about symbolism, iconography, and indexing in order to help them express their ideas. Materials to Bring: Stories to share

Presenter: Dana Goodier Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 11 Email: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class Participants will gain strategies to increase time on task in their art classes. While many teachers have tools to help keep students for the most part engaged in their art projects, this session will provide you tools to reach and engage every student, especially those who are displaying both low- and high-level misbehaviors. All teachers, both new and experienced, will encounter that student (or several) who “pushes their buttons”. Learn how to change the student’s attitude in your class by using these simple steps! Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad

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4:00-5:00pm Presenter: Katy Mathes Fee: $0 Audience: Elementary Type: Interactive Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 12 Email: katy.mathes@gmail.com

Elementary Tips and Tricks: Organization, Management and Routines Share Shop Do you love making artistic messes with your kids, but a consistently dirty room or disorganization not so much? Come to this elementary focused share shop to share and collect ideas on classroom management, organization and routines tips and tricks. This workshop is facilitated by an art educator with over 10 years experience and published work surrounding classroom management. Bring your thoughts, ideas and pictures of your classroom if you have them! Materials to Bring: pictures or slides showing your classroom organization (or lack thereof if you need help!) Elementary teachers: We would love for you to share any tips and tricks from your classroom for organization and management! If you have classroom photos or presentations you can share, please rename your files with your name and descriptor (if possible) and upload them at https://www.dropbox.com/ request/8oWM8yN8uSexjQvlv4Fn If you are able to make it to the workshop we can share your examples!

Presenter: Alissandra Seelaus Co-Presenter: David Stallings Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 14 Email: aseelaus@cherrycreekschools.org

A Forgiving Way to Learn to Draw Drawing from observation is one of the most intimidating skills for beginning artists. Our session outlines a introductory drawing unit that teaches traditional drawing skills alongside color theory and digital coloring techniques to allow students room to really learn to draw (and learn to make mistakes). By using composite techniques to combine many drawings into a final composition, students have room to practice, refine, and edit their work freely, while still producing art they are proud of. Materials to Bring: Laptop, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

Presenter: Jonny O’Lonergan Fee: $10 Audience: General Audience Type: Hands-On Day: Saturday Time: 10:30am-12:30pm Location: Peak 10 Email: jonnyo.olonergan@asd20.org

Villains Versus Superheroes When you woke up today did you feel like a villain or a superhero? Who would be your arch enemy? What super power do you have? Let’s take all of these ideas and make miniature sculptures or masks of these characters. Materials to Bring: Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Collage Materials

Presenter: Jessica Ruby Fee: $0 Audience: General Audience Type: Interactive, Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 15 Email: rubyj@wcsdre1.org

Blended Learning in the Art Room Blended learning is a successful instructional models that delivers flexible learning options for today’s learners. Come learn an overview of blended learning, planning strategies, and suggested technology tools that are practical to the art room. You will feel prepared to make the transition to a blended learning environment. Materials to Bring: Laptop, iPad

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Presenter: Virginia Schick Co-Presenter: Heather Bertarelli Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Peak 16 Email: virginia.schick@gmail.com

AP Studio: February Challenge Creation Extravaganza Showcases twenty-eight days of challenging students to create one new artwork every day in February. Receive tips, templates and examples of this playful approach to assist students in stretching and honing their skills, while rounding out portfolios and having FUN! Materials to Bring: Laptop

Presenter: Alexandra Overby Fee: $0 Audience: High School Type: Lecture Day: Saturday Time: 4-5pm Location: Coppertop 3 Email: alexaoverby@gmail.com

Playing with Photography Learn how to shake up your photography curriculum by incorporating photo challenge days. You will walk away with ideas and activities to run your own photo challenges within your digital photography program. Materials to Bring: Sketchbook

Art Mart

Saturday, 4:00-500pm Vendor

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Thank you Cherry Arts for sponsoring the Awards Dinner Dessert and the donation of the artwork to be given to the 2018 Art Educator of the Year!


CAEA Awards Banquet Saturday, November 10, 2018 6:00 - 8:00pm Peak 17

Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2018 CAEA award recipients.

Kimberly D’Arthenay 2018 Art Educator of the Year

Alexa Overby 2018 High School Art Educator of the Year

Vanessa Scott 2018 Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Elizabeth Flynn Marcus 2018 Elementary School Art Educator of the Year

Ryan Talbot 2018 Private/Charter/ Independent School Art Educator of the Year

Alexis Quintana 2018 Distinguished Service Outside the Profession

Miranda Ziegler 2018 Distinguished Service Inside the Profession

Kelsea Fisher 2018 Emerging Professional Art Educator of the Year

2017 CAEA Award Winners

Tom Fleecs 2018 Marion Quinn Dix Award

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Stop by the TAB Room to Design Your Glasses for the Bash!


Sunday

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

Suite 28190 No Keys Necessary!

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

Suite 28190 & Conference Center Bubble Wrap Not Included

208 Fall Conference Survey

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College of Performing & Visual Arts School of Art & Design ART 513-621 Colorado Art Education Association Fall Conference The Art of Play Fall 2018 Conference Dates:​​ November 8-10, 2918 Location:​​ Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge, Colorado Credits: ​One UNC Semester Credit Tuition:​​ $65.00 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 by 8 AM on November 16, 2018 or hand it to a representative at the UNC vendors table Registration will ​absolutely​ not be accepted after 8AM on November 16, 2018 * NO​​ money is collected at the time of registration.​ The university ​will bill 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 2018 Colorado Art Education Conference with further readings, research and reflective writings. Course Requirements: 1. Attend CAEA Fall Conference 2018


2. Pay special attention to keynotes and to work shops that challenge you to think about how play is a complex learning activity 3. In addition to new ideas presented at the conference, research further information about the keynote speakers Carlos Fresquez http://www.carlosfresquez.com/. Steve Wood of Concrete Couch http://www.concretecouch.org/. 4. The Art of Play encourages us to consider what play is and how play is embedded in highly complex thinking. Think about how “play” is used in the English language. It can be childhood imaginative play, theatrical events, the “play” in a rope, how events “play” out etc. Sometimes the most valuable and precious moments of play are being so engaged that one is momentarily taken out of the current physical space into a space of thoughts and imagination. Sydney Walker (2015) sees play ”not as a superficial diversion but a conceptual tool for thinking about the world in new ways”( pg 292) and “suggest(s) that we earnestly consider play as an agent for loosening and prying us away from our traditional pedagogical mooring” (pg. 293) Think about how your own artwork or the processes you teach in your class can be enhanced with a conscious awareness of Play. What are the challenges of encouraging play in the classroom? Walker, S. (2015) They came to play, ​Studies in Art Education,​ 56:4, 291-294, Choose ONE or TWO of the following questions to respond to: ● How do you see “Play” in the processes of the two keynote speakers ? What new ideas about play did you gain from other speakers and workshops? ● One of the areas of focus at the CAEA 2018 conference will be the introduction of the 2020 Colorado Visual Art standards. The standards are found at: https://www.cde.state.co.us/apps/standards/​ (searchable) or https://www.cde.state.co.us/coarts/2020cas-va-p12​ (download) Browse through the standards and identify elements of artistic process that can be also associated with play. This might be evidenced in vocabulary that encourages imaginative thinking and flexible outcomes. ● The following readings apply concepts of play to the art classroom. They all use the same term but with different purposes. Choose one readings and discuss the application of the ideas about play to your teaching environment. ● Buffington, M. (2014) Power Play: Rethinking Roles in the Art Classroom, ​Art Education​, 67:4, ● Cinquemani, S. (2014) “I Look Cool; He’s Dead Now ”- Reconsidering Children ’s Violent Play Art, Art Education,​ 67-3, 13-18, ● Gude, O. ​(2010) Playing, Creativity, Possibility, ​Art Education​, 63:2, 31-37, ● Martyniuk, S.V. (2018) Game On!—Teaching Video Game Studies in the Arts Classroom, ​Art Education,​ 71-3, 14-19 ● Overby, A. & Jones , B. (2015) Virtual LEGOs- Incorporating Minecraft into the Art Education Curriculum​, Art Education​, 68-1, 21-27, ● Szekely, G. (1990). The teaching of art as a performance. ​Art Education​, 43(3), 6-17. The articles can be emailed to you by Connie Stewart if requested


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 26t​h​, 2018 Email completed work to Connie Stewart at ​connie.stewart@unco.edu​​. Course will be graded S/U upon completion of requirements. A grade must be assigned if you register for the course. *Please ​DO NOT turn in​ a log of presenters’ signatures ​for this UNC credit​. That log is submitted to CDE with a re-licensure application. UNC Policies 1. 2.

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2019 CAEA Awards Nominations Who do you know?

...that is an art education super hero? ...is making an impact in their classroom or community? Nominate that special person you know to be recognized for their accomplishments! Nomintation Process: 1. Complete a nomination form 2. Have your nominee complete a VITA form 3. Get 3 letters of support 4. Head-shot Photo of Nominee 4. Send all documents to: caeaawards@gmail.com Digital Files to Download Located: http://www.caeaco.org/page-1468595

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CAEA Awards Nomination Form I, __________________________________________ nominate________________________________________________ for the following award: ___________________________________________________________________________.

NOMINEE INFORMATION

Full Name of Nominee: ________________________________________________ Membership Division: ________________________________________________ Region: ________________________________________________ Nominee’s Home Address: ________________________________________________ Home Phone: ________________________________________________ Email: ________________________________________________ Current Employer: ________________________________________________ Position/title: ________________________________________________ If Retired indicate date of retirement ____/_____/_____ Work Address: ________________________________________________ Assistant Principal: ________________________________________________ Principal: ________________________________________________

NOMINATOR INFORMATION Full Name of Nominator: ________________________________________________ ______I certify that I am not an immediate family member (spouse, child, parent, sibling) of the person I am nominating. Nominator’s Home Address: ________________________________________________ Home Phone: ________________________________________________ Work Phone: ________________________________________________ E-mail: ________________________________________________ Nominations must be postmarked by January 31, 2016.


Before completing this form​​, you are encouraged to review the awards-scoring rubric specific to the award for which you are being nominated. This will enable you to include information that is most pertinent to the scoring criteria in the category for which you are being evaluated. Please do not include binders, videos, previous accolades, etc. Award packets exceeding the amount of information requested may not be reviewed. Name _______________________________________________________________________​_Date​​__________ (Dr., Mr., Ms., Mrs.) First

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Award for which you are nominated ____________________________________________________________ Please print the exact award title as it appears in the NAEA Awards Program Booklet. Home Address ______________________________________________________________________________ Street/P.O. Box

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List NAEA activities on the national level including offices held, committees, honors, service, etc:

List CAEA/NAEA activities on the regional level including offices held, committees, honors, service, etc:

List state/province and local art education association activities, offices held, committees, honors, service, etc: List leadership roles, offices, and/or honors in other professional associations: List related experience with program development, publications, artistic production, and/or exhibitions: List other teaching and/or related experiences:


Awards Program Objectives: • To recognize excellence in the many outstanding individuals, state associations, and programs of CAEA. • To focus professional attention on quality art education and exemplary art educators. • To increase public awareness of the importance of quality art education. • To set standards for quality art education and show how they can be achieved. • To provide tangible recognition of achievement, earn respect of colleagues, and enhance professional opportunities for CAEA members. Award Categories: • Colorado Art Educator of the Year • Division Art Educator Awards: Rookie (taught less than 5 years), ElementarySchool, Middle School, High School, Private/Charter/Independent, Museum, Higher Education, Supervision/Administration, Retired • Marion Quin Dix Leadership Award • Distinguished Service Within the Profession Award • Distinguished Service Outside the Profession Award • Distinguished Leadership Award • Elliot Eisner Doctoral Research Award in Art Education • Presidential Citation Award 4 • Committee on Multiethnic Concerns (COMC), • J. Eugene Grigsby, Jr. Award • Lowenfeld Award • Charles M. Robertson Memorial Scholarship • State/Province Association/Issues Group Newsletter Award • State/Province Association/Issues Group Website Award • The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), ​VSA Peter J. Geisser Special Needs Art Educator of the Year Award • NAEA, The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), ​VSA Beverly Levett Gerber Special Needs Lifetime Achievement Award




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