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ART from the

heart 2019 fall conference november 7-9, 2019 breckenridge, c0 beaver run resort


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table of contents

Vendors 4

President’s Message 5

2019 Fall Conference Committee 6 Conference Etiquette 7

CAEA Representative Council 8 Regional Map 9

2018 CAEA Awards 10

Thursday Highlights 30

Thursday Master Classes 32 Thursday At-A-Glance Schedule 34

Thursday Workshop Descriptions 38 Thursday Keynote Speaker 61 Friday Highlights 62

Friday Master Classes 64

Friday At-A-Glance Schedule 70

Friday Workshop Descriptions 74 Saturday Event Highlights 94 Tab Studio Information 97

CDE Relicensure Credit 98

Saturday Master Classes 100

Saturday At-A-Glance Schedule 102

Saturday Workshop Descriptions 106 Awards Banquet 124

Sunday Highlights 126 UNC Credit 127

Adams State Credit 129

Conference Center Locations 132

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Vendors • SchoolArts Magazine

• 35,000 Digital Fine Art Images

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President’s message

dj osmack Art from the HeART Welcome to the Colorado Art Education Association’s 2019 Fall Conference: ART from the HeART. This weekend we will have the opportunity to participate in over 125 workshops, hear from amazing Keynote speakers and engage in rich conversations with our peers. Art from the HeART it is all about the big idea of an artistic journey that facilitates the creation of new habits and experiences that become a driving force for our work with students. This weekend I hope that we all can embrace the great tradition of sharing our passion and creativity to rebuild our confidence, to refresh our minds, and to celebrate our creativity. I want to charge you to think about how we connect to art, the purpose that art plays in our lives, and how we use art to serve our students. It is my hope that our time together this weekend will be an opportunity to reboot so that we can get back to our roots of playing, experimenting and exploring with techniques new and old. I hope that we find ways to remind ourselves of the joy of making art and what it feels like to be a student. When we encounter personal and professional challenges we rely on our interests, aspirations, and passion to continue doing what we love. It is my hope that Art from the HeART will reignite that fire in us to create artistic experiences for ALL students. I hope that you find time to allow your passion to take over, your power as an Artist and Educator to become visual and that you are able to celebrate moments of greatness. So as we gather for an amazing time together over the next three days I hope that you form a deeper connection to your own personal relevance in your work and your art, set goals personally and professionally to grow as Artists and Educators, and enjoy engaging in moments of greatness5 with your peers that will enhance the artistic experiences for ALL of our students.


2019 fall conference committee DJ Osmack 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 DJ Osmack Keynotes Rachael Delaney & Justine Sawyer Keynote Liaisons Lloyd Bourdon & Robin Wolfe Vendor Coordinator Mike Carroll & Kim Williams Awards Kelley DeCleene & Access Gallery Table Decor Theresa Clowes & Jessie Ruby Volunteers & Hospitality Alexa Overby Conference Documentation Mike Carroll & Jesse Crock Art Auction Carrie Mann, Kari Pepper & Bash Justine Sawyer Lauren Lehmann Art Mart 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. CONFERENCE SCHEDULES AND WORKSHOPS COULD CHANGE AT A MOMENTS NOTICE! PLEASE CHECK THE E-BOOK AND SCHEDULES BY THE ELEVATORS FOR MOST UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION! 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 do7 from your students.


caea representative council

Elected Executive Board 2019 - 2021 DJ Osmack President

Michael Carroll President Elect

Justine Sawyer Vice President

Rachael Delaney Secretary

Task Force Chairpersons and Publications

Open Treasurer

Anne Thulson Collage Editor

Vanessa Quintana Past President

Elected Regional Representatives Open North West Region

Janet McCauley Collage Design

Rosemary Reinhart Collage Copy Editor

Lisa Adams Mid-Winter Conference

Sharon Jacobson-Speedy North Central Region Vanessa Hayes-Quintana Youth Art Month Open North East Region

Open West Central Region

Mike Carroll Metro Region

Kim Chlumsky & Jess Axelrad Metro Region

Michelle Zuccaro Art Source

Kim Chlumsky Social Media

Elizabeth Stanbro & Travis Hill Advocacy & Public

Lisa Cross East Central Region

Miranda Ziegler Scholastics Pam Starck Scholastics

Kari Pepper South West Region Kim WIlliams & Mike Carrol Awards Open South Central Region Open South East Region

Elected Division Representatives Jessica Ruby Elementary

Vanessa Scott Middle School

Christine DeVivo High School

Sam Mizwicki & Ryan Talbot Private/Charter

Open Higher Education

Carrie Mann Multi-Level

Open Commercial Open Supervision

Deb Rosenbaum Retired

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Open Museum & Gallery

CAEA Exhibition Michael Cellan Web Master Robin Wolfe

Kelley DeCleene Special Needs in Art Education


caea regional map

North West South West Metro North East Central South East

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marion quin dix

award vanessa hayes-quintana

The Marion Quin Dix Award is given in recognition of an individual’s outstanding contributions and service to the profession. Based on her deep commitment to service in the field of art education, Vanessa Hayes Quintana is the absolute model of what a Marion Quin Dix Award recipient looks like. With achievements and accolades too numerous to name, Vanessa consistently demonstrates her expertise and professionalism in the classroom, at the district level and at the state and national levels. Over Vanessa’s years of involvement with the Colorado Art Education Association, she has served in numerous capacities and knows every detail of the operations of the organization. A true a champion for art education in the state of Colorado and beyond, the dedication of her time, talent, and passion is made manifest throughout her years of service on the of CAEA’s Rep and Executive Councils. Upon taking her place as Collage editor, Secretary, President-Elect, and then President, Vanessa worked tirelessly to help streamline the organization, with the goal of setting it on a course for future success. In addition, her work as a leader extends far past our Colorado borders. Some of her contributions include presenting at National Conventions, serving on the Delegates Assembly, as Pacific Region Secondary Representative and being nominated for the Pacific Region Vice President position. One of Vanessa’s greatest contributions has been her work advocating for our students. Vanessa serves a challenging student demographic in her classroom at Joliet Learning Center, Aurora, and Colorado. The JLC is a special education program that is designed to meet the needs of middle school and high school students with significant emotional disabilities. Vanessa generously carries her experience and expertise in working with these special needs students to other educators across the state and at the National Art Education Association, always presenting to packed rooms of interested educators.

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Vanessa is a visionary and as a leader has revolutionized how teachers in Colorado participate in professional development. Through her contributions, leadership, guidance and support CAEA has had amazing fall conferences in Breckenridge, awesome Mid-Winter Conferences at Arapahoe Community College and great summer workshops. She has also contributed in many other areas from working on the writing committee for Colorado’s state standards to creating a National Arts Honor Society Leadership Day for students to connect students with Career and College opportunities in our state. Additionally, Vanessa is committed to networking at the National level, developing close bonds with constituents from all across the country and beyond. She is a leading force in the Pacific Region and is consistently engaged in current topics affecting art education. To know Vanessa Hayes Quintana is to know a person absolutely dedicated to serving others for the greater good of her profession. She brings her energy, humble nature, and positivity, along with her “can do� approach, to every aspect of her role as a leader. She has been a fearless leader and an amazing mentor for all art educators in Colorado and beyond. Beyond measure, Vanessa is deserving of the role of the Marion Quin Dix Award.

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mac arthur goodwin award for distinguished service outside the profession

david figlino & Lynne d. zucker

We are all familiar with the African proverb that says, “It takes a village to raise a child.� This is true with regards to all aspects of a child’s life. When talking about those affected by the Scholastics Art and Writing Awards, it is not to a singular child we to which we refer but many. And David Figilino and Lynne Zucker are two of the central villagers who, through hard work and selfless dedication, create the foundation for the continued success, evolution and growth of the Scholastics Arts and Writing Awards in Colorado. They are essential to establishing the efficacy of the program, through which our children learn and grow, all while feeling affirmation and confidence that comes from being acknowledged as artists. For this, we as teachers, students and advocates of the arts are truly indebted to David and Lynne. For those of you that have participated in the Scholastics program, it is most likely the smiling faces of both David and Lynne who greeted you during submission days. Lynne can be found furiously typing away at her computer and scanning submission forms and as David tends to any number of critical tasks. Equally possible, you may encounter this dynamic duo hanging the artwork for display and then taking it down, making sure that each is safely returned to its creator. David Figilino is an innovative problem solver who is an essential part in the growing success of the Scholastics program. With the experience he gained from owning and working in the clothing industry, David is adept at building public displays at a professional level. Beginning 17 years ago while at the Museum of Outdoor Arts, David began building display shelves and pedestals for the program that are anything but ordinary. Knowing that storage space is an ongoing concern, David came up with an innovative, foldable design that requires minimal space for storage. Due to his expertise and willingness to continue repairing, refining and creating these display systems, Scholastics now has the ability to effectively showcase more student work than ever before.

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Lynne Zucker is a dynamo that regularly serves as the conduit in maintaining open lines of communication with students, teachers and the community. Her efficiency and meticulous attention to detail has resulted in a 22 percent jump in the number of entries this year alone. Lynne, aka “The Information Queen”, is well regarded as one of the essential components to the program’s continued success, growth and prosperity. Always ready to lend a hand, as this year’s photography exhibit was housed separately for the first time in a private gallery, the Chaucery Building, a need for a gallery sitter became evident so that the gallery could remain open during the times when the gallery owner was not available. Once again, Lynne willingly added to her ever-expanding list of job titles, gallery sitter, thereby enabling the public more opportunities to view the show. Pam Starck, Director for The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards for the state of Colorado reflects, “Without the help of this team of two, we would not be where we are today with this successful program. Many of us on the forefront of art education forget about the behind the scenes individuals who work hundreds of hours to help create recognition and voice for the next generation of American Artists.” But in the end, it all boils down to love. Lynne concludes, “Of all the different things I’ve done in my life, I think my most rewarding and favorite endeavor has been working with Pam Starck on Scholastics. Seeing the artwork that these young people produce is awe inspiring and I’m so happy to be just a small part of helping to put this program on.“

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mac arthur goodwin award for distinguished service within the profession

michelle d. zuccaro Michelle Zuccaro is equally as well known for her excellence and passion as an art educator as she is an advocate for the arts in the state of Colorado. Always conducting herself with dedication and distinction, from the earliest of her days as educator, Michelle has exemplified careful and caring preparation, endless patience, a deep abiding love for art and for the craft of teaching, establishing her as a model of active engagement. Her dedication to excellence has thus elevated the status of arts in education, within her classroom and into the art and arts education communities. A reading of her professional resume should convince anyone of her long-term commitment at the leadership level and across many facets of the profession of art education. Michelle is an established leader her and advocate for ArtSource Colorado. For those not familiar with ArtSource, it is a dynamic creative community of teachers that provides an ongoing, immersive professional development experience and is run by teachers, for teachers. It is also a flagship organization that serves as a model for other states interested in developing a sustainable, authentic organization focused on promoting leadership, advocacy and cutting edge pedagogical philosophy through its success in the state of Colorado. Since first joining ArtSource Colorado as a participant in 2006, she has poured her experience, expertise and passion into procuring its growth and betterment for the sake of quality arts education. First serving as the Content and Organization Co-Chair for the weeklong Summer Institutes, 2012-2015, Michelle was tasked with the preparation of content focus, schedule, presenter securement and facilitation of the weeklong summer. Since then, she has served on the Advisory Board, as the Secretary, and, currently, the Board of Directors Chairperson. Peter London, Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus Distinguished Fellow, the National Art Education Association and ArtSource visiting artist, reflects, “I have known Ms. Zuccaro for several years in her role as Co-Chair of the ArtSource Content and Organization team and now as Chair of their Board of Directors. The reader of this letter- most assuredly a veteran of art and its teaching, knows there are many large scale and even more small details of conceiving and producing such an event – especially so with artists in a retreat setting and bringing it all to a highly rewarding outcome for everyone. Michelle does all this gracefully, fully, always with the best good of the most people in mind. I believe the institutes were the highly rewarding experiences they seemed to me to be as a consequence of her significant contributions to the enterprise.”

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Michelle has extended her extensive leadership and advocacy skills in a multitude of other ways. Throughout the years, Michelle has positively affected the future of art education by dedicating her time to supervising student art teachers in both Colorado and New Mexico, has participated and promoted the Scholastics Arts Program, mentored new teachers, coordinated art exhibits, as well as acquired and implemented grant monies to complete and furnish a two-classroom building while teaching art in the Peace Corps. Additionally, when the school her children attended changed the art teacher position to noncertified she advocated to reinstate the certified position. Peter concludes, “Advocacy takes many forms; the first being an excellent practitioner of one’s field so that each student, then their parents, and eventually the administration, learn the value of ones discipline and ones own particular contributions to it. Michelle’s classroom performance clearly accomplishes this form of advocacy. Outside of the classroom advocacy again takes many forms, and here again, Michelle has positioned herself to serve her profession- and her students and colleagues accordingly as a university Supervisor of student teachers. She is a deserving recipient of this prestigious award.”

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peter j. geisser special needs art educator of the year

travis j. hill

Travis Hill began his teaching career working with students at risk and special needs students while working at Third Way Center’s Joan Farley Academy. As an art teacher for severe at-risk students, ages 14-21, which had been placed in this residential treatment facility to receive therapeutic services, Travis had to break down the walls of daily mental health struggles in order to challenge them to find success in the classroom, where they have thus far been unable to do. This is a task suited for a very select, few educators whose passion, dedication and determination leave no room for giving up on these special students. Reflecting on her time working with Travis at JFA, Amy Thomas, Educational Coordinator, states, “Creativity and art can be used for both therapeutic and academic purposes and Travis was highly skilled at incorporating it into both aspects of these students’ experiences. He was able to create lessons that engaged students as well as allowed them to create pieces of student work that were displayed proudly in the school. Travis was also able to navigate creating solid lesson plans, allowing for flexibility when needed to address different student needs and learning styles. Both his knowledge of art and his ability to work with special needs students are a great asset.” Currently, Travis is at the Brady Exploration High School in Lakewood, Colorado. He approaches each day, not by wondering what obstacle he will face today, but by rejoicing in the opportunities from which creativity may bloom. Teaching Special Education, Art and English, Travis is always mindful of the individual needs of each of his students and takes into consideration the wide spectrum of abilities his students present in an alternative education high school setting. Travis’ passion and commitment to his students can be seen by his regularly exceeding the boundaries of an eight-hour workday. He designed and facilitated an after school art program at Brady for students and their families with the purpose providing a safe, educational place for students, as well as a time for students to expand their passion for creating art, as many did not have time in their already full class schedules for an art period. This required him to go above and beyond by adapting his lessons for all levels, including young children. He has even been successful engaging fellow staff members in these learning opportunities as well, as the program proved to be invaluable and quite popular throughout the entire Westwood community, a community desperately in need of safe learning opportunities such as an after school art program.

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Knowing the power that comes from displaying one’s artwork to a viewing audience, Travis makes sure to display the work of willing students at every opportunity. This past year, he arranged a once in a lifetime opportunity for his students to display their art in a gallery as a part of the First Friday Art Walk on Santa Fe in Denver, CO. Travis made sure each student’s piece of art was professionally framed and that students felt comfortable and proud to display their work. The event and the positive reaction with which it was received allowed the students to feel a sense of pride and accomplishment that cannot be replicated and will live within them for the rest of their lives. Nominator and School Psychologist, Melissa Skute, reflects, “I overheard many students discussing what a success the show was, and more importantly, how successful they felt as a result of the show. Several students beamed with pride as they reported patrons had tried to purchase their artwork. Travis went above and beyond his teaching duties to make this show a special night for students of all ability levels.” Principal Troy Braley concludes, “Mr. Hill interacts with students with respect and dignity, encouraging students to develop self-reliance and responsibility. He has established a positive rapport with students in which they trust him. In addition, Travis is endlessly supporting and advocating for art. He is an integral part of an interdisciplinary team that lifts up art as part of the core component of student learning at our school.”

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emerging art educator of the year

Laura carter “What I lack in experience, I make up for in my passion to become a better educator,” has been Laura Carter’s battle cry since the day she began her teaching career at Rocky Heights Middle School in Littleton. Serving grades sixth, seventh and eighth, Laura enthusiastically jumped right in to teach Digital Media, Sixth Grade Art and both Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Art classes. Her success and natural ability can be witnessed in the daily creation of engaging projects that all students are able to access. And as an artist and teacher, her unique approach to teaching assures that while the process is honored and valued, the students’ voice and personal choice consistently shines through. Laura has emerged as a very popular teacher in her relatively short tenure at RHMS. Known for her humor and approachability, she is skilled in creating and maintaining a climate and culture of positivity and trust in her classroom, which is essential for success in a middle school setting. Being committed to building a strong rapport with every individual student, Laura’s dedication is evident through her ability to foster a community of learners who think beyond basic skills. She empowers students by teaching critical thinking skills through art and, in doing so, prepares students for life beyond the classroom. She has also been successful in facilitating one of the largest art clubs RHMS has ever seen! In addition to the art club, Laura assembles a diverse crew of students each year to work together cooperatively in order to design and create sets for both the school’s Choice and Drama programs. Their work has been acknowledged as an important component to the overall success of both programs.

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Principal, Dr. Celine Wicks, observes, “She has a solid background in pedagogical expertise, in addition to passion, energy, and enthusiasm for teaching. Additionally, Laura is a natural collaborator with colleagues, students, and families. Her patience with students is remarkable, and her poise in difficult situations is commendable. Laura brings art alive in her classroom. As the principal of Rocky Heights Middle School, I’ve enjoyed watching Laura develop into a well-respected art teacher. Her contributions to our school community are unparalleled by any new teacher.” Fellow art teacher at RHMS, Kim Chlumsky, concurs and concludes, “In the two years she has spent here she has become an asset to our school, a dear friend and an advocate to art education. I have been so impressed, as Laura has become an incredible art teacher, collaborator, and developed an incredible climate and culture with our students. Laura is going to do incredible things at Rocky Heights Middle School and beyond in the field of art education. I absolutely would love to see Laura receive this honor for all of her hard work!”

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private school

art educator of the year

kelly a. mansfield Described by colleagues as dynamic, thoughtful and passionate, Kelly Mansfield is deeply committed in her approach to teaching art at Saint Mary’s Academy, Denver, Colorado. Committed to ensuring that her students receive nothing but the best, the depth and breadth of her knowledge is unmatched and has brought a new dimension to Saint Mary’s Lower School visual arts curriculum. Missy McConnel, librarian at Saint Mary’s, reflects upon collaborating with Kelly, “As a new teacher, it has been wonderful to collaborate with Kelly to develop and launch a new, innovative program at our school. Students work together to practice the Design Thinking Process, using empathy at its core, to solve problems and practice refining with feedback. With Kelly’s expertise and experience, the program has developed into a construction project to build a full Inspiration Lab in support of STEAM in our school community. Kelly exemplifies the kind of exciting collaboration that turns into real action with her passion, motivation and her purpose to encourage students to experience the creative process to be exceptional artists, students, leaders, and change agents.” Kelly also commits herself to art education through her participation in professional associations, both at the state and national levels. A leader in the field of art education, Kelly shared her talents as a CAEA Representative Council, serving as the Metro Area Representative and as Executive Council Secretary. Kelly has also shared her expertise by presenting multiple workshops at the CAEA Fall Conference and also at the National Art Education Association’s Conference. In addition, Kelly has written numerous publications for CAEA’s monthly journal, Collage and has been featured in Crave and Bravo magazines. Kelly also supports the Colorado Scholastic Art Awards program as a consultant and presenter, as well as young people in making art throughout the summer at the Camp of the Creative Arts, which she helped to found. The Camp incorporates movement, singing, Spanish and the visual arts.

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Kelly’s participation in ArtSource Colorado’s Summer Institute 2001 proved to be life changing. Having been so inspired, Kelly immediately jumped into various leadership positions within the organization in order to help to provide meaningful art and leadership opportunities to art educators throughout the state. Since that time, Kelly has risen to the challenging roles of serving on the Content and Organization Team as well as the organization’s Advisory Council coordinating logistics. Currently, Kelly continues her support and belief in ArtSource by serving on the Board of Directors. Kelly is also a terrific and thought-provoking artist in her own right and has been actively engaged in showcasing her artwork since 1999. Kelly joined the Next Gallery in Denver in 2013. Throughout her time with Next, she has held the leadership roles of Treasurer and Co-Director, and was an integral part of the recent relocation of the gallery to the current location in Lakewood. Justine Sawyer, Vice President of CAEA, concludes, “Kelly’s engagement, knowledge, experience, and calming demeanor make her a role model for her students at St. Mary’s Academy, in addition to the countless art educators she has worked with from across the state of Colorado. She is truly an educator to be celebrated!”

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elementary school

art educator of the year

craig f. gassen Craig Gassen has taught art to the students of Lukas Elementary School for more than two decades. He brings with him creative and innovative approaches to teaching art to his students each day. Adept at constructing lessons that ensure students understand the history and the “why” behind the projects in which they engage, Craig masterfully guides his students through artist studies filled with solid instruction focused on technique and intent, all while making sure that students are exposed to a wide variety of mediums and materials. In addition, Craig is dedicated to integrating the use of technology in authentic and engaging ways across all grade levels. Dedicated to the promotion of his students’ success, his students regularly participate in art competitions and fundraisers that highlight the work of the young artists’ at Lukas Elementary. Amanda Bergloff, Lukas Elementary Parent, proclaims, “Craig’s interest in his students is evident in the environment he creates in his classroom, where he promotes the creativity of each child to their utmost ability, is what makes him a stand-out teacher to both my own children and the Lukas community in general. Both my sons benefited tremendously from Craig’s art classes and teaching techniques. Craig’s engaging curriculum and passion for teaching art resonated with them and motivated them to each explore art in different aspects outside of the classroom environment.” As a professional, Craig is actively involved in making arts education better through mentoring young teachers and the sharing of his talents and experience. Having a keen ability to spot an unfulfilled need, couples with his willingness to fill that need in any way he can, Craig saw a need for a means of efficiently promoting his positive school climate goals. In answer to the need, he created videos for the school’s PBIS system, so that now, the Lukas community now has a bank of readily accessible videos teachers can show students to encourage a positive climate and culture throughout the year. Craig was also instrumental in the design and implementation of Rocket Days. Rocket Days is a program of daylong STEAM based sessions that have been very well received and successful in promoting Lukas Elementary throughout the district and beyond. In addition, Craig has shared his talents and experience by offering professional development opportunities within his district, the state of Colorado and at the 2000 National Art Education Association Annual Conference. Serving as a part of the district assessment team, Craig also helped author authentic Visual Arts assessments that are being used throughout all Jefferson County Public Schools.

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Mike Carroll, CAEA President Elect, reflects, “His guidance in my first year helped me to navigate the obstacles that always trouble first year teachers, but beyond that, I got to see how he developed relationships with his students. It is a strength of his that I learned much from. He always has engaging and fun lessons for the kids and they love his class.” Craig’s Supervising Teacher at Lukas Elementary, Renée Williams, concludes, “Over my years working with and supervising Craig, I have had nothing but positive interactions with him. Craig is a professional who is thoughtful, insightful and an overall pleasure to have on staff. I value his daily contributions to our school and community, both big and small.”

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middle school art educator of the year

virginia regalado When Virginia (Vicky) Regalado Fogarty first came from Mexico to the United States in 1990, she worked in a restaurant. At that time, she remembers knowing only three or four words of English. Since that time, not only has she mastered the language, she has achieved bachelor degrees and is currently continuing her education in Educational Leadership at UNC. Currently, Vicky teaches both Spanish and Film Studies at Milliken Middle School and is a very competent instructor with a wide variety of talents in multiple areas. As are all great teachers, Vicky is a life long learner-at-heart who continues to grow and learn. Her teaching is dynamic and fluid. She enjoys taking risks and is open to both changing and experiencing new opportunities in order to become a better educator and innovator. As a result, Vicky is adept at equipping her students with the understanding of the power of the elements of art and the skills needed in order to produce amazing films that are competition ready. Most recently, Vicky delved into learning the process behind three-dimensional printing, adding this cutting edge technology to her students’ already full repertoire from which they can choose while seeking to expand their visual storytelling abilities. Described by students and colleagues alike as very energetic, enthusiastic and dedicated, it is clear that Vicky understands her students and continues to keep their interests by keeping her classroom relevant and exciting. She relates well to kids of all ages, backgrounds and interests and her classes are popular amongst the student population of Milliken Middle School. Linda Chapman, Owner and Consultant at Rocky Mountain Educational Consulting, adds, “She is also a FUN teacher. Her classes are filled with student centered learning activities and projects, and the quality of the output is outstanding! Vicky has a great personality, which inspires students to do their best and to love their studies! She is keenly attuned to the needs of all students and able to help them learn about film, to create film, and to edit and appreciate film. All the while, her students feel good about learning and love the hard work involved in nurturing their creativity.�

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Principal Ronald A. Hruby, concludes, “I have been able to observe Vicky’s interaction with students, parents, colleagues, and administrators. Vicky is able to connect with and bring together various groups of people in a professional manner. She brings strong problem-solving skills to situations. She has the ability to look at issues and create new solutions. She also has a diplomatic manner of suggesting ideas and looking at things differently. Her l eadership skills are invaluable and she is often called upon to assist the administration. It is so hard to describe the amazing job Vicky does with her students. Her work stands for itself.”

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High school art educator of the year

melissa j. calvert Melissa Calvert is one of North High School’s outstanding art educators whose dedication, passion, and love for her students has inspired all with whom she has come in contact. Known for facilitating the creation of incredible projects that demonstrate exceptional skill and student voice, she focuses her students’ attention of the creative cycle of planning, making, and reflecting throughout the process of planning new projects while holding them accountable for the highest quality work. Her technical demonstrations in class ensure students of all levels can access the skills needed to successfully work with clay, as she gives individualized feedback to each student in order to help them progress in their skills, all the while pushing them to take risks. Additionally, Melissa also teaches her students how to use the critique process to give and receive feedback around their work, thus helping her students build their academic vocabulary, oral and written communication skills. As an advocate of the arts, Melissa will stop at nothing to ensure that her students have every opportunity to succeed. She is continuously looking for opportunities for her students to engage in art in the community and beyond and has played an integral role in connecting her students to communities of artists in the greater Denver area, ensuring that they continue to pursue their passion beyond high school and are able to access resources including mentorship and financial aid. Maintaining strong connections with such organizations as the Denver Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, the Platte Forum, the Art Students League of Denver, local galleries and businesses, Melissa has been successful in getting students’ artwork displayed un the community and in bringing in guest teachers and artists to the classroom. After graduation, she strives to maintain relationships with students after they in order to support their transition into pursuing their art as a young adults, offering help with transportation, organization, and advisement on countless occasions to champion student efforts to show their work throughout Denver. In addition to being an amazing teacher, Melissa’s greatest attribute is the relationships she builds with students. Naturally adept at being heavily attuned to the social-emotional needs of her students, Melissa is a keen student advocate who consistently alerts member of the mental health team to know when certain children need extra support. Melissa has worked closely with some of the school’s most trauma-impacted and at-risk students, and always leans in to support them instead of choosing the easier approach of passing them along at the cost of meaningful a relationship. She selflessly ensures that all students have what they need to succeed, always having food available for students who are hungry, connecting students with needs at home to the proper services, making strong connections with families through calls, emails, and home visits and by covering the costs of

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anything students need from art supplies to field trip and class fees. Melissa is also involved in several leadership roles in the building including working with the mental health department and the School Leadership Team. Social Worker Amanda Wentz has come to rely on Melissa for her insight, stating, “Over our years as colleagues at North, I have watched Melissa engage with community arts organizations to bring mobile galleries and pieces to North, challenge our students to create challenging, uninhibited art, and serve on our School Leadership Team (now for the second school year in a row). As a school social worker, Melissa is one of the educators I depend on most. She is forthright about her passion for mental health supports and serves as a fierce advocate for student well being. I have had the opportunity to work with Melissa for three years and have been consistently impressed with and grateful for the dedication, candor, and genuine love she brings to her work at North High School.” Coworkers also praise Melissa for her dedication to build community within the Visual and Performing Arts team at North High School. Regularly celebrating each colleagues’ birthdays, she also provides meals for those in need, helps when others are sick and personally purchases materials for school programs. Fellow North High School art educator, D.J. Osmack, concludes, “Melissa’s ability to love and support not only her students, but all students and our entire staff, is a great example of her dedication, passion and love. I highly recommend Melissa as Colorado’s High School Art Educator of the Year because of her overall love and compassion that she gives as an advocate of all students and the visual arts.”

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colorado art educator of the year

kari M. pepper Colleagues, administrators and students alike describe Kari Pepper as a consummate professional and class act whose infectious enthusiasm permeates every aspect of her teaching. Kari has made magic happen in her Visual Arts classrooms in the small southwest town of Bayfield, Colorado for nearly two decades. The Bayfield School District is located in southwest Colorado outside of Durango and is made up of one primary, intermediate, middle and high school with a total population of approximately 1400 students. Teaching in such a small, isolated rural area comes with its own unique challenges of which the majority of us have no comprehension, however, Kari’s dedication, enthusiasm, insight and charisma established her as a leader who has made a lasting impact on, not only her schools, but the district as well. When reflecting on the earliest times that colleagues remember first working with Kari, they unanimously recall being impressed by her sense of duty and responsibility to her students, school, faculty and administration, as well as her ability to naturally develop amazing rapport with her students. Not only does she value each child individually and challenge them daily to achieve results in their work that they did not believe possible, her ability to inspire and help students hold themselves accountable for the highest quality and uniquely expressive work is unmatched. Kari’s curriculum development and inventive lessons are only a small sample of the high level of educational opportunities she has brought to her school. A champion for her students who finds countless ways to showcase their work in the building and beyond, Kari has shown student work with Artsonia, Google for Doodle, and in Times Square on the big screen during the National Art Conference. In addition, with an emphasis on cross-curricular alignment, Kari inspires not only creative, handson projects and assessments that intrigue and impassion her students but also reinforces terms and concepts congruently being taught throughout other core classes. During her tenure, Kari has served on the leadership team and various district committees, as well as mentored new educators, introduced and implemented district wide peer coaching, modeled the use digital portfolios through the digital website Artsonia, and served on the committee charged with designing an entirely new wing dedicated to the arts at Bayfield High School. In addition, she single handedly devoted her spare time to securing the first kiln in her district, paving the way for the acquisition of future kilns.

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Kari is also a dedicated Colorado Art Education Association representative council member, capably serving her constituents in the southwest corner of Colorado since 2015, as well as representing middle level division educators. Additionally Kari has presented at multiple state fall conferences and showcased her leadership skills as the head of several committees. Kari also served nationally as an ambassador for the Art of Education for four years. As head of the CAEA’s Bash committee, Kari consistently demonstrates her skills as an adroit maker and a leader in organizing this highly anticipated event each year. Kari’s fall conference presentations are always wildly popular as she seeks to find engaging and currently relevant topics to share with colleagues from across the state. A leader in the field of choice based arts education, Kari has also organized and maintained the TAB room at the fall conference for many years and freely shares her expertise and experience in implementing this meaningful form of art pedagogy by presenting both at the CAEA fall conference and at the annual Teaching Artistic Behavior conference in Denver. In addition to named roles in CAEA, Kari can always be found ready to cheerfully jump in and serve her peers in any capacity needed. Former colleague Michelle Wennerstrom concludes, “I have seen Kari do amazing things with students both in and out of the school setting. When she is not developing astounding lesson plans that differentiate for the diverse levels of students that exist in a typical classroom she also remains cognizant of the accommodations necessary for IEP students, Mrs. Pepper can be found with the students after school. Kari poured her heart and soul into as diverse of extra-curricular activities as his one could possibly imagine. She has taken students on a Paris tour, coached volleyball, and participated in Durango’s Girls’ Opportunity Through Art Leadership program. Words cannot express how highly I recommend Kari Pepper.”

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thursday event highlights

Registration open 7am - 4pm third floor

keynote workshop

tet[rad]: draw and play here david r. modler & samuel h. peck 2-4pm coppertop 2

regional meetings

meet art teachers and your rep! 4:30-5pm Breckenridge ballroom 30


laleh mehran

keynote speaker 5-6pm Breckenridge ballroom

vendor reception

heavy hors d’oeurves & cash bar 6:30-8pm vendor hall, third floor

Karaoke

sing your heart out! 8-10:30pm base 9 bar, first floor

tab studio

coppertop 2 - open all day create original projects! leave books & supplies! share lesson plans!

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thursday master classes

Andy Grossman

Mica Horse hair 9am - 12pm, Imperial ballroom 1

This class will participate in a Horse Hair over mica terra sigillata firing, using a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel. The participants will be provided one piece colored with mica Terra Sigillata to apply Horse hair technique to. The class will also be open to general ceramics discussion. No materials fee.

Nancy Branca

Emotion and the Figure 1 - 4pm, Imperial ballroom 1

Through a variety of activities, explore the endless possibilities of soft pastels. Discover various ways to manipulate the pastel, develop figure drawing skills and communicate chosen emotions through rich color, mark-making, contrasting textures and composition. $10 materials fee + $5 for model.

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Robert Schroeder Tin Foil Saggar Firing 1 - 4pm, Imperial ballroom 2

This class will demonstrate materials and techniques for Tin Foil saggar firing in a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel will also be an open discussion class for ceramics in general. We will focus on foil saggars for the first half, and as we fire the pieces open up the class to all questions about ceramics and clay. Participants can bring one *BISQUED piece of their own to be fired, along with the piece that will be provided for them.

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THURSDAY AM november 7, 2019

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peak 6/7 SECOND FLOOR

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8-9AM Family Faces Harley Young General Audience H

9:30-10:30AM Artist Trading Cards, Reconsidered: A Small Way to Think Big. Christy Sanzaro Middle School H

9-11AM Coil Pot Face Jugs Kimberly Beckeman General Audience I, H, L 8-9AM Building Relationships with Middle School Students Kelly R Beach Middle School H, L

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10:45-11:45AM Forgotten Places $5 Nicki Dollard & Deb Prewitt High School I, H 11:30-1:30PM

Project: Car RamRod Micah Bernhardt High School I, H, L

9:30-10:30AM Escape From Your Art Room Natalie Reed

General Audience I, H, L

8:30-10:30AM Contemporary Art in the Classroom Elisabeth Strunk General Audience I

11AM-12PM Sketchbook Warm Ups Paula Rowinski High School I 11AM-12PM Sharing heART to heART Wendi K. Oster Middle School I

peak 10

8-9AM Ancestor Stories Sarah Mitchell General Audience I

9:30-10:30AM COMING SOON!

peak 11

8-9AM Art + Core Curriculum: How to collaborate with other content areas $1 Jess Axelrad

9:30-10:30AM Art + Core Curriculum: How to collaborate with other content areas $1 Jess Axelrad

11AM-12PM Installation Art Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience L

8-9AM Facility and Alternative Schools Info Session Travis Hill General Audience L

9:30-10:15AM Animation Anyone? Kari Pepper General Audience L

11AM-12PM PhoneTography! Travis Hill General Audience I, L

8-9AM Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Erica Richard General Audience I, H

9:30-10:30AM Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Erica Richard General Audience I, H

11-11:45AM Teaching Design, Preparing the Young Designer Mark E Fetkewicz High School D, L

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General Audience I, H, L

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11AM-12PM For the Love of Dog $2 Nancy Branca General Audience H

General Audience I, H, L


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$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

8 peak 15 FIRST FLOOR

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COPPERTOP 2

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IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1

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8-9AM Meaning Making and Disciplinary Literacy Donna Goodwin General Audience I, L

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9:30-10:30AM STEAM in the Woods Tracey Hunter-Doniger

General Audience I, H, D, L

8-10AM Character and Compassion as Art Themes Janet E. Newman, PhD Elementary I, H 8-9AM Classroom Rescue Vanessa Quintana General Audience I, L

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11AM-12PM Fostering Creative and Critical Thinkers Lindsay Latva High School L

10:15AM-12:15PM Magical Animal Paintings, Amy Ringholz Style $5 Tim Miller General Audience H, D, L

9:30-10:30AM Controversy, Vulnerability, and Dialogue in the Art Classroom Connie Stewart, Katherine Giese, Wendi Oster General Audience I

8:30-10:30AM DRYPOINT: Printmaking by Hand !!! $5 Ryan Talbot Middle School I, H, D, L 8:30-10:30AM Pinch Pot Forms $5 Lisa Cross General Audience H, D

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11AM-12:30PM Celebrations from the HEART: Organizing a Community-Driven Art Event Anne Friesen Birky Amy Berlin

General Audience I, H, L

11AM-12PM So Much to Teach, So Little Time Dale Zalmstra General Audience I, L

11AM-12:30PM Two Colors, One Plate $10 Robin Meade Middle School I, H, D

MASTER CLASS 9AM-12PM Mica Horse hair Andy Grossman 9-10:30AM Gelli Prints $3 Katy Irvin General Audience H

11AM-12PM SCHOLASTICS Pam Starck & Miranda Ziegler General Audience I, L

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THURSDAY PM november 7, 2019

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THIRD FLOOR

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12:45-1:45PM Landscape Color Wheels - Monoprints Pilar Heslin General I, H, D COMING SOON!

2-4PM Love to Print - Dry Point Etching $2 Robin Wolfe High School H

11:30-1:30PM Project: Car RamRod Micah Bernhardt High School I, H, L

2-4PM Ceramic Bobbleheads $6 Samantha Disney-Saxton General Audience H, D

12:45-2:45PM Contemporary Art in the Classroom Elisabeth Strunk General Audience I

2-3:30PM Western American Art in Style Kara Rossi & Claire Mosier General Audience I, H, L

peak 10

12:45-1:45 Sketchbook Warm Ups Paula Rowinski High School I

2-4PM Stand Up Soft City Blick Art Materials General Audience H

peak 11

12:45-1:45PM Ideating to Express Identity Anne Thulson General Audience I, H

peak 9

SECOND FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR

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12:30-1:30PM The Colorado Art Market Dr. Jeffrey Taylor General Audience L 12:45-1:45PM Gaining Control Over Your Curriculum Alexandra Overby General Audience I

2-3PM Visual Research: Extending Student Ideas Kris Heintz Nelson High School L

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3-4PM Integrating Classroom Literature with Art: K-8 Janet Newman, PhD General Audience L

12:45-1:45 Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Erica Richard General Audience I, H

SECOND FLOOR

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3:15-4:15 Ideating to Express Identity Anne Thulson General Audience I, H

2-4PM Playing with Light $5 Michelle Smalley Middle School I, D 2-3PM Wow Alternative Mike Carroll General Audience H

3-4PM Oil Pastel Direct Trace Monotypes $2 Ryan Talbot General Audience H, D, L


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

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$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

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12:15-1:45PM Art-Life-Identity Clyfford Still Museum General Audience I, H

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2-3:30PM Responding to Art with Making Clyfford Still Museum General Audience I, H

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12:45-1:45PM Creating Portraits with Life Lessons Tim Miller General Audience I, L

2-3PM AP Art History Working Session Alexandra Overby High School I

peak 17

12:30-1:15PM Teaching Design, Preparing the Young Designer Mark E Fetkewicz High School D, L

2-3PM Classroom Rescue Vanessa Quintana General Audience I, L

FIRST FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

COPPERTOP 2

SECOND FLOOR

12:45-1:30PM Opening Centers using Blended Learning Strategies Jessica Ruby General Audience I

THIRD FLOOR

3:15-4:15PM Raku Glaze 101 $5 Lisa Cross

General Audience I, H, L

3:15-4:15PM Matters of Interest? Art from the 58th Venice Biennale Connie Stewart General Audience I, L

2-4PM tet[R]ad: Draw and Play Here $5 David R. Modler Samuel H. Peck General Audience I, H, D, L

12:45-2:15PM COMING SOON!

COPPERTOP 3

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2:30-3:30PM Unpacking the Colorado Visual Arts Standards Andrea Slusarski & Theresa Clowes General Audience L

1:15-3:15PM Cobweb Felted Scarves $5 Travis Hill General Audience I, H

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1

MASTER CLASS 1-4PM Emotion and the Figure Nancy Branca $10 for materials plus a $5 fee for the model

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2

MASTER CLASS 1-4PM Tin Foil Saggar Firing Robert Schroeder

FOURTH FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

OTHER

2-4PM MEET IN LOBBY Crawl, Sketch, and Coffee Shops Charlotte M Miller Tiffany Holbrook General Audience I

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THURSDAY november 7, 2019

8am PRESENTER: Harley Young FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: harley@raftcolorado.org

Family Faces Mixed Media Who are you? Where do you come from? What face do you show the world? In this workshop, we will use recycled, re-purposed, and re-imagined materials to create sculptural masks that use symbolism to reflect the many facets of culture and identity. We will dive deep using poetry and art history connections as part of a process that can be brought back to your classroom from elementary to high-school. Come show the world who you really are in Family Faces! MATERIALS TO BRING: nothing

PRESENTER: Kelly R. Beach FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: kelly.r.beach@gmail.com

Building Relationships with Middle School Students TAB A TAB and Rule #6 approach to reaching the hearts and minds of middle school students. I will share with you the tips and tricks that I use to engage my middle school students while getting the most reluctant student to find their artistic voice. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Elisabeth Strunk FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: estrunk@aspenartmuseum.org

Contemporary Art in the Classroom Contemporary Art (Interpretation and Implementation) Contemporary Art can open the eyes of students to see the world around them in a new and exciting way! Through this workshop, you will learn how to talk about Contemporary Art in the classroom in ways that allow for growth, acceptance, and new perspectives. Then, you will learn how to take those discussions and turn them into art making activities that catch the attention of students and challenge them to grow as artists. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

kbeach@sd27j.net

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PRESENTER: Sarah Mitchell FEE: None AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: smitchell@kentdenver.org

Ancestor Stories 2D Our personal history is important to all of us. This interactive workshop demonstrates a project that allows your students to share part of their story by celebrating an ancestor through a work of art. This project can be adapted for all age levels and is a great way to for students to learn about each other. Using paint, collage, and a photo of a distant relative you will create an image of your ancestor.

PRESENTER: Jess Axelrad FEE: $1 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: jessaxelrad@gmail.com

Art + Core Curriculum: How to Collaborate with other Content Areas How to collaborate with other content areas Working with other content areas can be challenging, especial when principals expect it. Nowadays, art teachers are required to incorporate other content areas into their lessons. Come check out some fun ways to collaborate with other teachers and still have fun creating standards based art lessons. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Mixed Media, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: art materials & supplies

PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com

Facility and Alternative Schools Info Session Professional Practice/Informational Not sure what a “Facility” school is? Unclear about what is an alternative program or not? Do you work at one of these programs and want to help educate others and connect with colleagues? Join us for a brief info session on what kinds of programs these are and the current status of CAEA’s efforts to connect these schools to the wider Art Ed. community. Facility/Alternative program staff highly encouraged to attend. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Some way to take notes

PRESENTER: Erica Richard FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: erichard@denverartmuseum.org

Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Mixed Media 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: Mixed Media

sdsm58@gmail.com

sunshineartclub2019@gmail.com

tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

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8am PRESENTER: Donna Goodwin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: donna.goodwin@unco.edu colo.

Meaning Making and Disciplinary Literacy All areas Art has its own form of literacy, a means of communication that involves inquiry, determining evidence, and expressing ideas. There are discipline specific ways in which reading, writing, listening, and speaking appear in the art room. Many art teachers and their evaluators could use specific examples of what literacy looks like in the art classroom and how it may be different yet compliment what happens in other classes and encourage meaning making in student art. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Janet E. Newman, PhD FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-10AM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: whatsupdocnewman@yahoo.com

Character and Compassion as Art Themes Mixed Media Attend to the problem of bullying, teasing, being left out and intolerance that is so prevalent in our schools. Bring compassion and personal responsibility into the art room with a variety of hands-on and interactive projects. Inspire the students to learn to stand up for what is right and to choose inclusiveness and problem solving through art expression. MATERIALS TO BRING: nothing

PRESENTER: Vanessa Quintana FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: sayhayes@mac.com

Classroom Rescue Classroom Management Essential classroom management strategies for planning and instruction. Specific focus on students with special needs and difficult behaviors. MATERIALS TO BRING: Whatever you need that makes you happy. :)

donna@gmail.com

vhayesquintana@cherrycreekschools.org

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8:30am PRESENTER: Ryan Talbot FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8:30-10:30AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: rtalbot@allsoulscatholic.org

DRYPOINT: Printmaking by Hand !!! Art History Have you ever wanted to teach your kiddos an Intaglio Printmaking Process but you’re like “Our school can’t afford a Printmaking Press :( “ ??? Well, I have just the answer/ process for you :D Participants will learn how to teach kids about the history and process of Drypoint Printmaking. Using AKUA Intaglio Inks, Plexiglass, an Etching/Drypoint Needle and Intaglio Papers you will learn how to integrate this wonderfully engaging process into your Art Room !!! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies FEE COVERS: Supplies + Curriculum

PRESENTER: Lisa Cross FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 8:30-10:30AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: lcross@d49.org lcross@d49.org

Pinch Pot Forms 3D Learn to make a variety of forms using pinch pots. Go beyond tea bowls and small cups/bowls into more sophisticated forms made from a combination of simple pinch pots. MATERIALS TO BRING: Clay Tools FEE COVERS: clay

rytalb@gmail.com

9am PRESENTER: Kimberly Beckeman FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9-11AM LOCATION: Peak 6/7 EMAIL: Kbeckeman@gmail.com Kimberly_beckeman@dpsk12.org

Coil Pot Face Jugs 3D The face jug is not only an American folk art form but it also comes from a deep history. Through this project you can teach your students art history, how to build facial features, and or develop a narrative for their artwork. We will build smaller demo pieces during this workshop and explore all the different ways to present this project to your students. MATERIALS TO BRING: Clay Tools, USB if you want the presentation Clay for this workshop has been donated by Rocky Mountain Clay!

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9am

Andy Grossman

Mica Horse hair - MASTER CLASS 9am - 12pm, Imperial ballroom 1

This class will participate in a Horse Hair over mica terra sigillata firing, using a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel. The participants will be provided one piece colored with mica Terra Sigillata to apply Horse hair technique to. The class will also be open to general ceramics discussion. No materials fee.

PRESENTER: Katy Irvin FEE: $3 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9-10:30AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2 EMAIL: katyjane829@gmail.com Katy.J.Irvin@adams12.org

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Gelli Prints Gelli Printing 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 $3.00 supply fee to cover the cost of consumable supplies is requested. MATERIALS TO BRING: Mixed Media, Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: Paper, paints


9:30am PRESENTER: Christy Sanzaro CO-PRESENTER: FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: csanzaro@rfschools.com

Artist Trading Cards, Reconsidered: A Small Way to Think Big. Mixed Media Hey Baby Boomers, did you ever collect baseball cards? Generation Xers, remember Garbage Pail? Millennials, was it Pokemon? It seems that all ages have had their fad; there is definitely something sticky about the small size of these images that kids eat up! In this workshop, I will share the success that I have had using Artist Trading Cards in my upper Elementary/ Middle school classroom to get students making authentic works right off the bat that reflect who they are ( interests, values, experiences, activities) using diverse media! Come to this session to find out how these small works allow for multiple opportunities to develop theme, introduce centers in the art room, and become inspiration for larger works that can tackle bigger ideas. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Natalie Reed FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: nreed@flagstaffacademy.org

Escape From Your Art Room Interactive Activity BREAKOUT! Is an escape room for your art room. At this workshop you will work together to find clues, solve puzzles and breakout before time runs out! BreakoutEDU is a fun, interactive group activity that can be used for team-building, icebreaker or introducing your next unit. Come have fun and experience breakout before it’s too late! MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: TBD FEE: AUDIENCE: TYPE: DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL:

COMING SOON!

csanzaro@rfschools.com

reednm05@gmail.com

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9:30am PRESENTER: Jess Axelrad FEE: $1 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: jessaxelrad@gmail.com

Art + Core Curriculum: How to collaborate with other content areas How to collaborate with other content areas Working with other content areas can be challenging, especial when principals expect it. Nowadays, art teachers are required to incorporate other content areas into their lessons. Come check out some fun ways to collaborate with other teachers and still have fun creating standards based art lessons. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Mixed Media, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: Materials for interactive project.

PRESENTER: Kari Pepper FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:15AM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: stumperita@hotmail.com kari.pep-

Animation Anyone? TAB How to create a unit that students will LOVE! This is a guide for how to create a unit in stop-motion animation with your students (perfect for exploring choice in your classroom). MATERIALS TO BRING: iPad

PRESENTER: Erica Richards FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: erichard@denverartmuseum.org

Spark with Art: Exploring Social Issues in Art Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Mixed Media 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: Mixed Media

sunshineartclub2019@gmail.com

per@mountainmiddleschool.org

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PRESENTER: Tracey Hunter-Doniger FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: hunterdonigertl@cofc.edu

STEAM in the Woods Mixed Media Do you like art? Of course you do. Do you like nature? If so, this is the session for you! Forest schools are the rage in Europe and this trend is coming to the US in the form of STEAM in the woods. Learn about and create some lessons found in these artistically-friendly environments. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Connie Stewart CO-PRESENTER: Katherine Giese; Wendi Oster FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Controversy, Vulnerability, and Dialogue in the Art Classroom Classroom Climate/Discussions Art educators, teaching from their own hearts, can create bravely functioning classrooms that act as spaces for opposing opinions and conflicting experiences. The presentation will include interactive activities, examples of work by contemporary artists, pedagogical structures to encourage conversation with specific examples from Colorado middle and high school art rooms. It will highlight the importance of forming climates of trust, cultivating vulnerability and promoting dialogue during politically divided times. Resources will be provided. MATERIALS TO BRING: interest in topic

hunterdoniger@yahoo.com

conniestewart@comcast.net

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10:15am PRESENTER: Tim Miller FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 10:15AM-12:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: tim.miller@jeffcoschools.us timjmiller24@gmail.com

Magical Animal Paintings, Amy Ringholz Style 2D Participants will first be introduced to the magical , dream-like animal painting style of Jackson Hole artist Amy Ringholz. Participants will then create a mixed-media animal painting using Amy’s process of using charcoal, india ink, and finally adding acrylic paint. I’ve had amazing results with this lesson in my HS classes but this project can be adapted for elementary and middle school. Participants are encouraged to bring an animal reference photo, focusing on the head. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Paint Brushes, Reference photo of an animal, focusing on the head with clear detail of the eyes. FEE COVERS: Acrylic paint, paint brushes, gessoed masonite panels, ink, charcoal

10:45am PRESENTER: Nicki Dollard CO-PRESENTER: Deb Prewitt FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 10:45-11:45AM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: Nicki.dollard@gmail.com Ndollard@dayspringeagles.org

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Forgotten Places Mixed Media “Forgotten Places” is a great way to expose students to a variety of watercolor media without the pressures of “making something.” Students can then apply a variety of drawing skills and techniques using engaging drawing materials while practicing a “go with the flow, let the painting do the work” mentality! The hope is that upon completion, the artist can identify images that reflect their past experiences (or current circumstances) in this miniature mixed media piece. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Watercolors of any kind (liquid, powder, shimmer, cakes), watercolor paper (1 5x7 sheet will be provided ), colored pencils optional FEE COVERS: 1 micron PT pen, 1 white paint marker, watercolor paper, lesson plan, use of watercolor media during class.


11am

PRESENTER: Paula Rowinski FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive DAY: Thursday TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: Peak 8 EMAIL: Paula_Rowinski@msn.com

Sketchbook Warm Ups Drawing Try these sketchbook warm ups to get your students engaged quickly into drawing. The purpose of these sketchbook warm ups is to navigate ourselves to the goal of improving. With teaching students to draw we need to see the growth and draw subjects that demonstrate surface, size, overlapping, shading, density, and foreshortening. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Wendi K. Oster FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: anexpressionoflife@gmail.com

Sharing heART to heART Peer Conversations/Support/Feedback We explore how I have structured peer conversations to support students in their art planning and personal critiquing through reflection at the beginning and end of their creating. These conversations are based on the Cognitive Coaching model that encourages active listening through paraphrasing and questioning. It has been rewarding to hear and see how students begin to appreciate and interact with each other as they work to understand the meaning and importance of their art. MATERIALS TO BRING: iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Nancy Branca FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: nbartist@yahoo.com

For the Love of Dog 2D Create simple yet sophisticated monoprints for any classroom. Because kids of all ages adore their pets, animals are always a heartfelt subject. Using vibrant color and lively marks, discover the many ways an image can be produced using economical materials. Bring a large, actual photograph of your pet, a favorite animal or use one supplied to make multiple examples of this easy process. MATERIALS TO BRING: Large photograph of a pet FEE COVERS: Printmaking Supplies: transparency paper, printmaking papers, washable markers, brushes and images

Paula.Rowinski@adams12.org

woster@pvre7.org

nbartist@yahoo.com

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11am PRESENTER: Kris Heintz Nelson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Installation Art: a vehicle for collaboration and communication Installation Art This presentation will share a successful collaborative unit of study that explored installation art as a conceptual framework. Attendees will be provided with pedagogical resources and best practices that empowered students to explore personal narrative, societal systems, engage in contemporary art making processes and documentation, and enact social responsibility. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com

PhoneTography! Photography No darkroom? No computer lab? No cameras? No problem! Join us for an introduction to the fine (and inexpensive) art of PhoneTography! Learn about basic smartphone photo applications, terminology, and techniques along with ways to help your students use their phones for something productive in the classroom! MATERIALS TO BRING: iPad, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Mark E. Fetkewicz FEE: None AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11-11:45AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: mark.fetkewicz@unco.edu

Teaching Design, Preparing the Young Designer Graphic Design This presentation focuses on core principles for teaching design and preparing students interested in design related art careers in graphic, interactive, and experience design, among others. Although traditional fine art studio practices are essential, design process and practice is uniquely different in both approach and application. Approaches to teaching design will be a part of this discussion with a slight focus on engendering human centered qualities with students, such as empathy, insight, and intuition. MATERIALS TO BRING: Nothing

chadandkris@msn.com

tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

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PRESENTER: Lindsay Latva FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: lindsay.latva@gmail.com

Fostering Creative and Critical Thinkers TAB How can choice offer more meaning for the average student? How do we foster critical thinking and creative problem solving? How does anyone come up with ideas? Come hear successes and challenges from a high school choice-based classroom setting. Items to be discussed are student processes & ideation, material choice, and portfolio building. Bring ideas and resources you would like to share for open discussion at the end. MATERIALS TO BRING: Any choice-based resources you would like to share

PRESENTER: Anne Friesen Birky CO-PRESENTER: Amy Berlin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: anne@dcpplay.org

Celebrations from the HEART: Organizing a Community-Driven Art Event community arts event Learn about facilitating a collaborative, community wide celebration of the Arts! We will share about the Annual Art Show put together by teachers, children, and parents at the Denver Cooperative Preschool. In this workshop you will: engage in studio time to create a collaborative installation and an individual artwork to mat and display; see examples of past celebrations at DCP; and participate in a discussion on how to make this happen in your school community. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Dale Zalmstra FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

So Much to Teach, So Little Time TAB “5 Minute Intros.” Layering and mapping your curriculum in a Choice-Based art room. Self check. Ensure you are teaching what you feel is essential, beginning with how you use the Daily Intros. MATERIALS TO BRING: none

PRESENTER: Robin Meade FEE: $10 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: rmiller9990@yahoo.com

Two Colors, One Plate Printmaking Printmaking is pretty cool... but what if you could get more colors and designs using less materials?! This class will be a hands on experience on how to create a two color print using one block of “linoleum.” Come prepared to work fast to create 4”x6” prints that work alone or as colorful triptychs! We’ll learn, we’ll print, and we will most definitely have fun! Please bring your own 4”x6” black and white photo or drawing (the less complicated the better!) MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone 49 FEE COVERS: Linoleum cutters, Printing Ink, EZ Cut Printing Block, Printing Paper

amydberlin@gmail.com

dzalmstra@gmail.com


11am PRESENTER: Pam Starck CO-PRESENTER: Miranda Ziegler FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2 EMAIL: timstarck@aol.com

Celebrate Your Voice: 2020 Art & Writing Awards Scholastics OPPORTUNITIES are the essence of what SCHOLASTIC ART provides for the NEXT GENERATION OF ARTISTS. Join us to explore the importance of voice, creativity and composition, the judging process, portfolio preparation, and updated information about the entering process. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

11:30am PRESENTER: Micah Bernhardt FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 11:30-1:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: mbernhardt@dcsdk12.org mjb643@ymail.com

Project: Car RamRod Ceramics Need a new project with a creative twist? Then you have come to the right session! See how the aid of one of the worlds most recognizable toys can be used to inspire and push creative flow in your art room. This project idea is geared toward High School Ceramic students, but could be easily adapted to any age group, and used with multiple mediums. Join me to play with your creativity. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Clay Tools

lunch on your own $9 Conference Lunch Special!

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12:15pm

PRESENTER: Clyfford Still Museum FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:15-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: ebullard@clyffordstillmuseum.org

12:30pm

Art-Life-Identity Art History How do art and life intersect? We will use the art and personal archives of Clyfford Still as a model to explore the ways artists’ lives, experiences, and values may connect to their artwork. Participants will create their own art, use primary resources, look closely, and make connections to their own practice. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Dr. Jeffrey Taylor FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: Thursday TIME: 12:30-1:30pm LOCATION: Peak 12 EMAIL: jtaylor@western.edu

The Colorado Art Market Report Art Market This session presents a report on the Colorado Art Market. This report has been presented each of the last two years at the Colorado Creative Industries Summit and was prepared by the Masters in Gallery Management program at Western Colorado University. The data was drawn from tax and labor statistics and the methodology is now being employed to produce a report on the entire US Art Market which is being funded by an NEA Research: Art Works grant.

PRESENTER: Mark E. Fetkewicz FEE: None AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-1:15 LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: mark.fetkewicz@unco.edu

Teaching Design, Preparing the Young Designer Graphic Design This presentation focuses on core principles for teaching design and preparing students interested in design related art careers in graphic, interactive, and experience design, among others. Although traditional fine art studio practices are essential, design process and practice is uniquely different in both approach and application. Approaches to teaching design will be a part of this discussion with a slight focus on engendering human centered qualities with students, such as empathy, insight, and intuition. MATERIALS TO BRING: Nothing

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12:45pm PRESENTER: Pilar Heslin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: Thursday TIME: 12:45-1:45pm LOCATION: Peak 1 EMAIL: pwheslin@hotmail.com

Landscape Color Wheels - Monoprints Printmaking You will learn how to create monoprints with out using sharp carving tools, expensive inks or a press. Sponsored by Nasco.

PRESENTER: Elisabeth Strunk FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-2:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: estrunk@aspenartmuseum.org

Contemporary Art in the Classroom Contemporary Art (Interpretation and Implementation) Contemporary Art can open the eyes of students to see the world around them in a new and exciting way! Through this workshop, you will learn how to talk about Contemporary Art in the classroom in ways that allow for growth, acceptance, and new perspectives. Then, you will learn how to take those discussions and turn them into art making activities that catch the attention of students and challenge them to grow as artists. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Erica Richard FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: Thursday TIME: 12:45-1:45pm LOCATION: Peak 9 EMAIL: erichard@denverartmuseum.org

Artist-Inspired Projects for Your Classroom Mixed Media 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: Mixed Media

PRESENTER: Paula Rowinski FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45 LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: Paula_Rowinski@msn.com

Sketchbook Warm Ups Drawing Try these sketchbook warm ups to get your students engaged quickly into drawing. The purpose of these sketchbook warm ups is to navigate ourselves to the goal of improving. With teaching students to draw we need to see the growth and draw subjects that demonstrate surface, size, overlapping, shading, density, and foreshortening. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

Paula.Rowinski@adams12.org

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PRESENTER: Anne Thulson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: athulson@msudenver.edu PRESENTER: Tim Miller FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: timjmiller24@gmail.com

Ideating to Express Identity Ideation Help your students abandon worn-out clichés and uncover a swarm of surprising images about themselves through five ideation exercises on identity. Radically apply that ideation to any art media. MATERIALS TO BRING: I will bring everything. Creating Portraits with Life Lessons 2D During this hour, you will learn new ways to create portraits outside the classroom. Over the last 8 years, I have created portrait lessons where my HS students visited Hospitals, Retirement Communities, Cultural Centers, and Denver Homeless. You”ll learn how these portraits can be a “Life Lesson” for students through interaction with their subject, the Reflection Paper they write, and the experience of giving the finished portrait back to their newly developed relationships. Grades 5-12. MATERIALS TO BRING: Anything to take notes

PRESENTER: Jessica Ruby FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-1:30PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: rubyj@wcsdre1.org

Opening Centers using Blended Learning Strategies TAB Blended learning take the learning from passive to ACTIVE by creating an interactive environment. This session will discuss how to use blended learning strategies to open centers in a TAB room. We will explore how to scaffold skills, personalize learning, assessments, and how to implement Studio Habits of Minds within this process. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: TBD CO-PRESENTER: FEE: AUDIENCE: TYPE: DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 12:45-2:15PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL:

Coming Soon!

2artroomstab@gmail.com

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1pm

Nancy Branca

Emotion and the Figure - MASTER CLASS 1 - 4pm, Imperial ballroom 1 Through a variety of activities, explore the endless possibilities of soft pastels. Discover various ways to manipulate the pastel, develop figure drawing skills and communicate chosen emotions through rich color, mark-making, contrasting textures and composition. $10 materials fee + $5 for model.

Robert Schroeder Tin Foil Saggar Firing - MASTER CLASS 1 - 4pm, Imperial ballroom 2

This class will demonstrate materials and techniques for Tin Foil saggar firing in a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel will also be an open discussion class for ceramics in general. We will focus on foil saggars for the first half, and as we fire the pieces open up the class to all questions about ceramics and clay. Participents can bring one *BISQUED piece of their own to be fired, along with the piece that will be provided for them.

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1:15pm PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 1:15-3:15PM LOCATION: Coppertop 3 off to the side EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

Cobweb Felted Scarves Fiber Arts Faster and simpler than some other felting methods, “cobweb” is a style of wet felting that creates light, airy felt pieces that can be used for multiple applications. Participants will be led through step-by-step directions to create a cobweb felted scarf, along with discussion of application of this process in the classroom. MATERIALS TO BRING: Wool or cotton yarn/thread if desired. FEE COVERS: Wool roving, soap, copies of materials/info seet.

2pm PRESENTER: Robin Wolfe FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: Rrwolfe@adams.edu PRESENTER: Samantha Disney-Saxton FEE: $6 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: disneysaxton@cmsd12.org disn3946@bears.unco.edu

Love to Print - Dry Point Etching Printmaking Renew your love of printmaking and dust off the press in your classroom. Dry point etching is a fun and easy way to get your students to love printing their original art. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: Materials Ceramic Bobbleheads 3D Participants will work with clay to create a bobblehead sculpture. This project is open ended, you can create a self-portrait, crazy creature, or anything else you might imagine. These engaging sculptures are great to create based around a theme or can simply be a unique way to teach students some basic clay manipulation skills. I will review how I introduce this project with students and show various student examples. MATERIALS TO BRING: Materials will be supplied FEE COVERS: Clay, Bag, Clay Tool, Paper Towels

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2pm

PRESENTER: Kara Rossi CO-PRESENTER: Claire Mosier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: kara@anschutzcollection.org

Western American Art in Style Art History Discover how Western American Art has stylistically progressed over time with educators from the American Museum of Western Art. We will discuss the evolution of style in Western American Art using specific examples from a range of artists like Frederic Remington, Thomas Hart Benton, and Helen Frankenthaler. Each artist found their own signature style that resonated with them, as we explore these ideas attendees will create a still-life in their own personal style. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Blick Art Materials FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: W.Meredith@dickblick.com

Stand Up Soft City 3D What types of buildings have shaped your city or town? This workshop by Blick Art Materials highlights the What types of buildings have shaped your city or town? This workshop by Blick Art Materials highlights the architectural forces within our communities via selfstanding soft sculptures. Participants will carve and block print a building image onto canvas, create a stuffed sculpture, then give it “a voice” by writing about the building’s influence on the back. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

tradeshows@dickblick.com

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PRESENTER: Kris Heintz Nelson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Visual Research: Extending Student Ideas Curriculum Students know how to search the internet‚ but do they know how to conduct visual-research and extend their ideas? This presentation is to share how visual research is introduced and supported in an introductory 2D design course, and how imbedding and supporting the practice has enhanced visual and conceptual execution in student work. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Michelle Smalley FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Demonstration DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: thatonelittlelady@yahoo.com

Playing with Light Photography You do not need a darkroom to develop pictures! In this workshop I will walk you through my pinhole photography unit. Watch as we use shoe boxes to spark collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity! I will also share with you my recipe for DIY developer, stop bath, and fixer using household products. If time allows we can invert our negative images using the “dark room” or even on a digital format. This unit can be adapted for all ages! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: Dark room emulsion paper, supplies to make developer stop bath and fixer, drying line supplies, lesson plan print outs,

PRESENTER: Mike Carroll FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: 1mikeartist@gmail.com

Wow Alternative Alternative Drawing This is alternative drawing - not just drawing and marker techniques, but it has some fun little twists that always “Wow” your students. I use these techniques with Elementary kids, but it is adaptable for older. MATERIALS TO BRING: Positive attitude and a smile!

PRESENTER: Clyfford Still Museum FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: ebullard@clyffordstillmuseum.org

Responding to Art with Making Art History Art itself is a source of inspiration for artists of all kinds. By responding to art with creative acts, artists across decades, disciplines, and locations can be in conversation with each other. We will explore the ways artists have responded to each other throughout art history, then create our own responses to the work of Clyfford Still. Participants will look closely, make connections, synthesize ideas, and share their learning. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, We will provide some basic artmaking materials, but participants should bring anything they’d like to use to create their own 57 artwork.

chadandkris@msn.com


2pm PRESENTER: Alexandra Overby FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: alexandra_overby@dpsk12.org

AP Art History Working Session Art History This workshop is a time for AP Art History teachers (and anyone who is interested in teaching APAH) to get together and work through the new course content and support through the College Board. Please bring your laptop. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Vanessa Quintana FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: sayhayes@mac.com

Classroom Rescue Classroom Management Essential classroom management strategies for planning and instruction. Specific focus on students with special needs and difficult behaviors. MATERIALS TO BRING: Whatever you need that makes you happy. :)

PRESENTER: David R. Modler CO-PRESENTER: Samuel H. Peck FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: wavekook@gmail.com

tet[R]ad: Draw and Play Here Mixed Media This workshop is part an international art making exchange project know as tet[R]ad. The continuing challenge of this ongoing project is to foster creative connections through one-to-one visual journal collaborations. Participants will be encouraged to openly share their drawings, writings, collages, opinions and experiences as they make connections through collaboration and dialogue with an artistic accomplice. Presenters will provide an overview of of the tet[R]ad project and facilitate participants involvement in this creative community. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: 4” x6” harbound sketchbook

PRESENTER: Charlotte M Miller CO-PRESENTER: Tiffany Holbrook FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: MEET IN LOBBY EMAIL: cmmiller200@gmail.com

Crawl, Sketch, and Coffee Shops Drawing Drawing and painting indoors at a coffee shop in Breckenridge with other CAEA conference attendees. Walk to a nearby coffee shop to capture the things you see. No rules. Draw whatever suits you or draw others drawing. Use whatever medium you bring along. Pass our drawings around to share what we have captured and learn from each other. Very informal. Gather at registration. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes

alexaoverby@gmail.com

vhayesquintana@cherrycreekschools.org

dmodler@shepherd.edu

cmmiller200@gmail.com

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2:30pm

PRESENTER: Andrea Slusarski CO-PRESENTER: Theresa Clowes FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 2:30-3:30PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: andrea.slusarski@gmail.com

3pm

Unpacking the Colorado Visual Arts Standards to Create a More Equitable & Elevated Art Curriculum Assessment Standards, Objectives & Outcomes - oh my! Ever feel overwhelmed by the educational jargon? Feel a disconnect from your assessments and standards? Want to explore deeper thinking in your projects? This session offers a clear breakdown & practical approach to working with the Colorado Visual Arts Standards in your Unit Development. Learn why this elevation in our teaching will promote a more equitable access to arts education and leave with templates and tools to use in your own lesson creating. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Janet Newman, PhD FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Lecture DAY: Thursday TIME: 3-4pm LOCATION: Peak 8 EMAIL: whatsupdocnewman@yahoo.com

Integrating Classroom Literature with Art: K-8 Support and enliven the academic curriculum with art. Help the general education teacher connect with reluctant readers and enhance the learning experience for all. Turn literature and lessons into a group book project that includes writing and drawing. Arts integration helps second language and struggling students to connect and succeed. Step by step instructions and examples. Implement this lesson on Monday morning!

PRESENTER: Ryan Talbot FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Hands-On, Lecture, Demonstration DAY: Thursday TIME: 3-4pm LOCATION: Peak 14 EMAIL: rytalb@gmail.com

Oil Pastel Direct Trace Monotypes Printmaking Do you love the awesome process of Direct Trace Monotypes but HATE working with the mess of Oil Based, or Soy Based, Inks ?!?!?! Well, do I have a VERY simple and low Art Materials for you :D Learn the simple and always successful Printmaking Process of Direct Trace Monotypes using only Oil Pastels and a Ball Point Pen !!! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes FEE COVERS: Supplies that Participants can Work with and Take Home :)

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3:15pm PRESENTER: Anne Thulson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15 LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: athulson@msudenver.edu

Ideating to Express Identity Ideation Help your students abandon worn-out clichés and uncover a swarm of surprising images about themselves through five ideation exercises on identity. Radically apply that ideation to any art media. MATERIALS TO BRING: I will bring everything.

PRESENTER: Lisa Cross FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: lcross@d49.org lcross@d49.org

Raku Glaze 101 Lab Learn how to get started mixing your own raku glazes. Mix a pint of glaze to be used at a later time. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: plastic container/glaze chemicals/masks/test tiles

PRESENTER: Connie Stewart FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: THURSDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Matters of Interest? Art from the 58th Venice Biennale “May You Live in Interesting Times” Contemporary Art This presentation features artists from the 2019 58th Venice Biennale with information about their countries and contexts of their work. Questions stimulating thought and the voicing of differing viewpoints will be asked. Artists included are Martin Puryear and Arthur Jaffa (United States), Teresa Margolles (Mexico), and Christoph Büchel (Switzerland). National pavilions include Ghana, Lithuania, and Egypt. How do media, materials, and concerns visualized by international artists influence the heart of what matters in art classrooms? MATERIALS TO BRING: Interest in topic

conniestewart@comcast.net

regional meetings

meet art teachers and your rep! 4:30-5pm breckenridge ballroom

vendor reception

heavy hors d’oeurves & cash bar 6:30-8pm vendor hall, third floor

karaoke

sing your heart out! 8-10:30pm base 9 bar, first floor

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keynote speaker laleh mehran

keynote speaker 5-6pm breckenridge ballroom Laleh Mehran was born in Iran and relocated with her family to the United States at the start of the Iranian Islamic Revolution. For nearly 20 years Mehran has been creating elaborate digital and physical artworks inspired by Eastern and Western aesthetic sensibilities. Focused on the complicated intersections between politics, religion, and science, she strives to call attention to these concepts with the awareness that in today’s political climate certain views can have extreme consequences for the speaker. These considerations influence her to create artistic spaces for critical thought, dialogue, and aesthetics while raising the question of the viewer’s relation to each of these fundamental systems. Mehran received her MFA from Carnegie Mellon University. Her work has been shown individually and as part of collectives in venues including the International Symposium on Electronic Art (United Arab Emirates), National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts (Taiwan), Electronic Language International Festival (Brazil), Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Massachusetts), The Georgia Museum of Art (Georgia), The Andy Warhol Museum (Pennsylvania), Denver Art Museum (Colorado), Biennial of the Americas at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (Colorado), 404 International Festival of Art & Technology (Argentina), Next 5 Minutes 4 Tactical Media Festival (Netherlands), and the European Media Arts Festival (Germany). Mehran is a Professor and Graduate Director in the Emergent Digital Practices program at the University of Denver.

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event highlights

registration open 7:30am - 4pm third floor

keynote workshops

tet[rad]: draw and play here david r. modler & samuel h. peck 8-10am coppertop 2

Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK david r. modler & samuel h. peck 2-4pm peak 16

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8AM-4PM


ArtSource Lunch Party 11:30AM-1PM Free lunch, ArtSource info., connect with friends, win door prizes Location-Premium Corporate Suite Bldg. 4 Rm #4330

david r. modler & Samuel H. Peck

keynote speakers 5-7:30pm breckenridge ballroom This presentation discusses the latest interventions undertaken in an international art making exchange project know as tet[R]ad. The continuing challenge of this ongoing project is to foster creative connections through one-to-one visual journal collaborations, as well as cultivating an expanded scope that includes artist residencies, exhibitions/installations and other community art actions

art auction

light snacks & cash bar 8-9:30pm coppertop 3

bring a piece of art to donate for auction for a chance to win the trip to naea national convention! PLEASE DROP OFF ON FRIDAY AT TABLE NEAR VENDOR HALL!

tab studio

coppertop 2 - open all day create original projects! leave books & supplies! share lesson plans!

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friday

master classes

Connie Robbins-Brady

Gourd “Tree of Life� Lamp 8am - 4pm, COPPERTOP 3

Come and play as we create a gourd lamp. Use available power tools (or avoid wait and bring your own.) This class is easily adaptable to novices as well as experts. Your completed project will be ready to cast its glow at the close of the session. $45 materials fee.

Jim Cooper

Cone 6 reduction firing PART 1: 8AM - 12pm, PEAK1 PART 2 SATURDAY: 9:30AM - 10:30Am, PEAK1 In this class participants will be glazing pieces to go into a cone 6 reduction firing. The class will be discussion based on overall ceramics with a focus on reduction firing in comparison to oxidation firing, and how certain materials in glaze formulation can change when exposed to different environments in a kiln. The class will be three hours for glazing and discussion on firing. After glazing the pieces will be loaded into a 3 cubic foot Cooperworks gas kiln that is fired off of a portable propane tank for six hours. students will meet for one hour the next morning for discussion of results and to retrieve their pieces. students will be provided one piece to glaze, but are also welcome to bring one piece no bigger than a coffee mug to glaze and fire as well. Allowed to bring one piece no larger than a coffee mug. Piece must be cone 6 clay needs to be *BISQUED

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Chris Nugen Raku Firing 1 - 4pm, peak 1

In this class participants will be participating in a Raku Firing using a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel. Participants will be provided one piece to glaze and fire during the class, and will also be allowed to bring one piece of their own to fire no bigger than 6”x6”x6”. (PIECE MUST BE *BISQUE FIRED). The class will discuss Raku firing, but will also be open to general ceramic discussion. Participants can bring one *BISQUED piece of their own to be fired, along with the piece that will be provided for them.

Rui Haagen

Scratching the Surface: Sgraffito in Clay 12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 1

Sgraffito comes from the Italian word for scratch. This is a decorative process of scratching a design through a colored top layer revealing a contrasting clay color below. Explore the exciting visual and textural possibilities of sgraffito decoration on white clay using contrasting underglazes. Learn to easily transfer design onto 2D and 3D surfaces creating a tile and a tumbler. Think wood or linoleum block cuts for your contrasting design inspiration. $30 materials fee. Materials needed: Hair dryer (if possible), favorite clay tools, sketch book/high contrast design, sharpie marker

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ArtSource Lunch Party 11:30AM-1PM Free lunch, ArtSource info., connect with friends, win door prizes Location-Premium Corporate Suite Bldg. 4 Rm #4330

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University of Northern Colorado

ALUMNI RECEPTION The UNC School of Art & Design will be hosting an alumni networking reception for our Art Education alumni, students, and friends on Friday, November 8th. You are invited to join us for drinks, appetizers, and conversations about how to get connected and involved with the art programs at UNC. Who:

University of Northern Colorado Alumni

When:

Friday, November 8th from 6:30-8 p.m.

Where: Stop by the UNC table at conference or visit the link listed below for more information RSVP:

Please RSVP to uncalumni.org/caea-19

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Regis

Miken


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MASTER CLASS 8AM-12PM Cone 6 Reduction Firing PART 1 Jim Cooper

peak 6/7

8-8:45AM 9:15-10:15AM 11:30AM-1:30PM Hash Out the Accordion Books for DRYPOINT: Misconceptions of TAB Beginners $2 Printmaking by Hand! $5 Jessi Ruby & Kelly Beach Travis Hill Ryan Talbot General Audience L General Audience H, D Middle School I, H, D, L

THIRD FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

peak 8

SECOND FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR

8-9AM How to retain your Colorado Technical Funding for a Fine Arts Pathways Deborah Abbott & Nicole Lee High School L 8-8:45AM Artsonia! Portfolios, Advocacy, Fundraising, Oh My! Jennifer La Elementary L

9:15-10:15AM Printmaking Takes Heart! Johanna Mueller General Audience H, D, L

11:30AM-1:30PM

Gaining Control Over Your Curriculum Alexandra Overby General Audience I

9-10:30AM 11AM-1PM Cellan’s Perspective Art From the Heart of Michael Cellan Special Needs Students General Audience H, D $5 Kelley DeCleene & Damon McLeese General Audience I, H, D, L

peak 10

8-9AM Symmetrical Art Deco Tiles Stephen Creech General Audience H

9:30-10:30AM Perspectives on Changes to the AP Portfolio Curriculum Martin Loftus High School L

peak 11

8-9AM Games in the Art Room Jerry Martin General Audience I, H

9:30-10:30AM Engage, Learn and Take Action! $1 Kelly Mansfield General Audience H, L

11AM-12PM Visual Art Classroom Strategies Greg Custer General Audience I, L

8-9AM Building Relationships with Middle School Students Kelly R Beach Middle School H, L

9:30-10:30AM Trauma Informed Care in the Art Room Lexy Vargas General Audience I

11AM-12PM Modern Horse Multi-Media Creations $3 Cathy Moore

8-9:30AM Art-Life-Identity Clyfford Still Museum General Audience I, H

9:45-10:45AM ArtShop Rachael Delaney, Jesse Bott, and Christine Loehr General Audience H, L

SECOND FLOOR

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11AM-1PM Tangle by Design $10 Cindy Winsel

General Audience I, H, D

General Audience I, H, D, L

11AM-12:30PM Project: Car RamRod Micah Bernhardt High School I, H, L


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

Am

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

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COPPERTOP 2

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IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1

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8-9AM SCHOLASTICS - MS EDITION Pam Starck & Miranda Ziegler Middle School I

9:30-10:30AM Designing Inside The Box Jennifer Cooper High School I, H, D, L

11AM-12PM Art College Prep: Preparing heARTful Digital Portfolios Virginia Schick High School I

8-9AM

9:30-10:30AM STEAM in the Woods Tracey Hunter-Doniger General Audience I, H, D, L

11AM-12PM Raku Glaze 101 $5 Lisa Cross General Audience H, D

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More: Exploring SelfExpression Through Body Painting $1

Amy Berlin General Audience I, H

peak 17

FRIDAY

8-9:30AM CDE Arts Think Tank and More Donna Goodwin & Members of the CDE Arts Think Tank General Audience I

10AM-12PM ART SOURCE GUEST ARTIST: MARIN ABELL General Audience I 10:30PM-12:30PM Opening Centers using Blended Learning Strategies Jessica Ruby General Audience I

8-10AM tet[R]ad: Draw and Play Here $5 David R. Modler Samuel H. Peck General Audience I, H, D, L 8-10AM Teaching Throwing on the Potter’s Wheel April Cannon General Audience I, D, L

11AM-12PM

Notes from the Heart $5

Ramona Lapsley Elementary H

8AM - 4PM MASTER CLASS Gourd “Tree of Life” Lamp Connie Robbins-Brady $45 8-9AM Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Dana Goodier General Audience I

9:30-10:30AM Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Dana Goodier General Audience I

8-11AM Textiles: Science and Art Integration $5 Carrie Miller Virginia Schick General Audience H 9-11AM MEET IN LOBBY Crawl, Sketch, and Coffee Shops Charlotte M Miller Tiffany Holbrook General Audience I

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MASTER CLASS 1-4PM Raku Firing Chris Nugen

11:30AM-1:30PM DRYPOINT:

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2-4PM PEAK 6/7FRIDAY Watercolor Bookmarks $7 Joseph Marler General Audience H, D

Printmaking by Hand! $5

Ryan Talbot Middle School I, H, D, L 11:30AM-1:30PM Gaining Control Over Your Curriculum Alexandra Overby General Audience I

2-3PM Abstraction is Instrumental $2 Sophie Derksen General Audience H

3:15-4PM Animation Anyone? Kari Pepper General Audience L

11AM-1PM Art From the Heart of Special Needs Students $5 Kelley DeCleene & Damon McLeese

2-3PM Designing Inside The Box Jennifer Cooper High School I, H, D, L

3:15-4PM Teaching IB Art Discussion and Support Linda Schmale Gwen Ahlers, Sharon High School I, L

General Audience I, H, D, L

peak 10

3

11AM-1PM Tangle by Design $10 Cindy Winsel

General Audience I, H, D

12:45-1:45PM Embroidered Landscapes $3 Vanessa Scott General Audience I, H, D

2-4PM Lets Make Sprig Molds! $2 Sharon Jacobson-Speedy General Audience H, D 2-3PM Design Slam Miranda Ziegler General Audience I, H, D

12:45-1:45PM Drawing is an Action Verb Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience I

2-4PM These must be felt! $3 Carrie Mann Kim Chlumsky General Audience H, D

12:45-1:45PM Flip ItStudent Led Learning Jamie Smith Middle School I, D, L

2-4PM Fetish Animals $5 Lisa Cross General Audience H, D


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

Pm

$ = Workshop Fee, please bring exact change!

12 peak 15 FIRST FLOOR

peak 16 FIRST FLOOR

peak 17 FIRST FLOOR

COPPERTOP 2

SECOND FLOOR

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12:45-1:45PM Traveling Artists Abroad! Virginia Schick High School L

2-3PM Traveling Artists Abroad! Virginia Schick High School L

12:45-1:45PM Adding a Pop of Color- Using Thread and Stitching in Art! $5 Nicole Brown & Linda Krug General Audience H

2-4PM TAB Open Discussion Dale Zalmstra, Jessi Ruby, and Kelly Beach General Audience I

10:30PM-12:30PM Opening Centers using Blended Learning Strategies Jessica Ruby General Audience I Ramona Lapsley Elementary H

12:45-1:45PM Ink-spired Art $3 Lisa Adams General Audience H, I, D

2-4PM Meaningful Art Making & Student Choice $1 Vanessa Quintana General Audience H

2-4PM The Simplified Cyanotype $5 Kim D’Arthenay Elementary H 8AM - 4PM MASTER CLASS Gourd “Tree of Life” Lamp Connie Robbins-Brady $45

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1

1-4PM Investigations of Identity $5 Chris Cain General Audience I, H, D, L

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2

MASTER CLASS 12-4PM Scratching the Surface: Sgraffito in Clay Rui Haagen $30

FOURTH FLOOR

FOURTH FLOOR

4

General Audience I, H, D

2-4PM Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK David R. Modler Samuel H. Peck General Audience I, H

12:45-1:45PM

THIRD FLOOR

3:15-4:15PM Sumerian Votive Statues Jeanne Richins & Frances Flicker

12:45-1:45PM Playing and Claying Leah Lowe Elementary I, H, D, L

Notes from the Heart $5

COPPERTOP 3

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friday

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8am

Jim Cooper

Cone 6 reduction firing - MASTER CLASS PART 1: 8AM - 12pm, PEAK1 PART 2 SATRUDAY: 9:30AM - 10:30Am, PEAK1 In this class participants will be glazing pieces to go into a cone 6 reduction firing. The class will be discussion based on overall ceramics with a focus on reduction firing in comparison to oxidation firing, and how certain materials in glaze formulation can change when exposed to different environments in a kiln. The class will be three hours for glazing and discussion on firing. After glazing the pieces will be loaded into a 3 cubic foot Cooperworks gas kiln that is fired off of a portable propane tank for six hours. students will meet for one hour the next morning for discussion of results and to retrieve their pieces. students will be provided one piece to glaze, but are also welcome to bring one pice no bigger than a coffee mug to glaze and fire as well. Allowed to bring one piece no larger than a coffee mug. Piece must be cone 6 clay needs to be *BISQUED PRESENTER: Jessi Ruby CO-PRESENTER: Kelly Beach FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-8:45AM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: rubyj@wcsdre1.org

Hash Out the Misconceptions of TAB TAB We will explore TAB (Teaching for Artistic Behavior) topics to discuss common misconception. Topics of discussion will include what is TAB,what does it mean to be a TAB teacher, talking about TAB with administration, lesson plans, and more. Bring your questions and concerns to this session. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

PRESENTER: Deborah Abbott CO-PRESENTER: Nicole Lee FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: deborahabbott66@gmail.com

How to Retain Your Colorado Technical Funding for a Fine Arts Pathways Art Funding and Colorado Technical Education This workshop will be a presentation on how to gain/ regain/retain Colorado technical education funding in the Arts at the High School Level MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop

2artroomstab@gmail.com

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PRESENTER: Jennifer La FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-8:45AM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: Jennifer.R.La@adams12.org

Artsonia! Portfolios, Advocacy, Fundraising, Oh My! Portfolios, Fundraising, etc. Learn why Artsonia has become a mainstay in art programs across the country. In addition to the basic features, you’ll be introduced to the two methods of uploading art via the app (teacher or student mode). See how the online gift shop (fundraiser) and newsletters, comments and statements provide a great connection with parents. Leave with a good understanding of how Artsonia benefits teachers, schools, students and families! MATERIALS TO BRING: Nothing is required

PRESENTER: Stephen Creech FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: screech@amaco.com

Symmetrical Art Deco Tiles Ceramics The Art Deco design movement of the early 20th Century provides rich imagery with which to teach and investigate symmetry. Typically characterized by simple designs and repetitive elements, Art Deco is often a representation of stylized floral and animal imagery. In this workshop we will utilize tracing techniques to create symmetrical designs and then transfer them to bisque-fired tiles. Low-fire glazes will then be applied in layers to achieve depth of color and crisp outlines. MATERIALS TO BRING: none

PRESENTER: Jerry Martin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: syvanis@yahoo.com

Games in the Art Room Games using Art Modern boardgames have changed the landscape of boardgaming. We can use these innovations in the Art room to create, observe and have fun. Join us as we learn about and play games that can easily be incorporated into your curriculum. You will help create small works of art to be used in the games. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Supplies to make a small 10 minute work of art.

PRESENTER: Kelly R. Beach FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Hands-On, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: kelly.r.beach@gmail.com

Building Relationships with Middle School Students TAB A TAB and Rule #6 approach to reaching the hearts and minds of middle school students. I will share with you the tips and tricks that I use to engage my middle school students while getting the most reluctant student to find their artistic voice. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

jennrla@gmail.com

screech@amaco.com

kbeach@sd27j.net

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8am

PRESENTER: Clyfford Still Museum FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: ebullard@clyffordstillmuseum.org

Art-Life-Identity Art History How do art and life intersect? We will use the art and personal archives of Clyfford Still as a model to explore the ways artists’ lives, experiences, and values may connect to their artwork. Participants will create their own art, use primary resources, look closely, and make connections to their own practice. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Pam Starck CO-PRESENTER: Miranda Ziegler FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: tplbstarck@aol.com

Celebrate Your Voice: 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Scholastics WANTED: Middle school teachers who advocate for and champion their students. Scholastics Art provides a venue for students to explore their voice, creativity, and composition. Review the registration details, dates, and adjudication process. Were you aware the number of entries affects the number of awards? THE MOST IMPORTANT INVESTMENT IN OUR FUTURE IS OUR YOUNG ARTISTS. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

PRESENTER: Amy Berlin FEE: $1 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: amydberlin@gmail.com

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More: Exploring Self-Expression Through Body Painting Painting Explore the magic of and experiment with assorted types of body and hair paint, both store bought and homemade (recipes included). We’ll informally discuss the historical relevance and use of body paint and decoration, and it’s potential to support and extend the process of self-expression. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: Any face paint/makeup or other consumables used.

PRESENTER: Donna Goodwin CO-PRESENTER: Members of the CDE Arts Think Tank FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

CDE Arts Think Tank and More Standards, Instructional Support, Legislative Information What’s going on at CDE regarding the arts, art teachers, and students? Come to this session and find out the latest happenings at the state and in legislation. Also, share what is going on in your studio, classroom, district, and world. Let’s support each other as artists, teachers, district leaders, and more and tackle issues that affect us all. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Sketchbook

goodwin_d@cde.state.co.us

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PRESENTER: David R. Modler CO-PRESENTER: Samuel H. Peck FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-10AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: wavekook@gmail.com

tet[R]ad: Draw and Play Here Mixed Media This workshop is part an international art making exchange project know as tet[R]ad. The continuing challenge of this ongoing project is to foster creative connections through one-to-one visual journal collaborations. Participants will be encouraged to openly share their drawings, writings, collages, opinions and experiences as they make connections through collaboration and dialogue with an artistic accomplice. Presenters will provide an overview of of the tet[R]ad project and facilitate participants involvement in this creative community. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: 4” x 6” harbound sketchbook

PRESENTER: April Cannon FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-10AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: ingrid@stoneleafpottery.com

Teaching Throwing on the Potter’s Wheel Pottery Join us for a demonstration of how to teach throwing on the potter’s Wheel. Our two experienced teachers will show you their favorite methods for teaching beginners and give you some tricks to help your students when they are struggling, including four handed throwing. MATERIALS TO BRING: Questions

dmodler@shepherd.edu

april@stoneleafpottery.com

Connie Robbins-Brady Gourd “Tree of Life” Lamp - master class 8am - 4pm, COPPERTOP 3

Come and play as we create a gourd lamp. Use available power tools (or avoid wait and bring your own.) This class is easily adaptable to novices as well as experts. Your completed project will be ready to cast its glow at the close of the session. $45 materials fee.

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8am

PRESENTER: Dana Goodier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-9AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1 EMAIL: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Classroom Management/Student Engagement 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

PRESENTER: Carrie Miller CO-PRESENTER: Virginia Schick FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 8-11AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2 EMAIL: carriermiller24@gmail.com

Textiles: Science and Art Integration Scissors Teachers will discover how to boost the investment and learning opportunities of a simple weaving lesson by combining it with a lesson in textile dyes and a discussion of their environmental impacts. The workshop will outline logistics as well as academic benefits of a textiles unit that integrates science and art. Teachers will leave with a small finished weaving, yarn dyed with Kool-Aid and a written lesson plan complete with applicable State standards. MATERIALS TO BRING: Scissors FEE COVERS: Yarn and dyes

dana.goodier@d11.org

9am

PRESENTER: Michael Cellan FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9-10:30 LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: medcellan@mac.com NONE

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Cellan’s Perspective Drawing OK...so you teach perspective or you don’t. Yeah, I know everything goes to a dot or two. Come spend some time and learn Cellan’s way of teaching perspective. MATERIALS TO BRING: paper, pencil and eraser


9:15am

PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:15-10:15AM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

PRESENTER: Johanna Mueller FEE: none AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:15-10:15 LOCATION: Peak 8 EMAIL: johanna.mueller@unco.edu

9:30am

Accordion Books for Beginners Mixed Media Join us for a quick introduction and walk-through lesson on making basic accordion books, complete with custom covers! These easy-to-make books are highly versatile and great for projects with many different age groups. MATERIALS TO BRING: Favorite decorative papers, scissors FEE COVERS: Paper, cover boards, cover papers, glue sticks. Printmaking Takes Heart! Printmaking, 2D Printmaking is an exceptional media because it forces students to think backwards, in layers, in black and white, and out of the box. Learn a few simple monotype and relief techniques that you can bring back to any classroom (no printing press needed!) Fall in love with printmaking and let it steal your heart! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, pencil or pen

PRESENTER: Martin Loftus FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: mloftus46@gmail.com

Perspectives on Changes to the AP Portfolio Curriculum 2D Design and 3D Design This workshop will address changes to the Advanced Placement portfolio curriculum, and discuss best practices for achieving top student scores. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop

PRESENTER: Kelly Mansfield FEE: $1 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: kmansfield@smanet.org

Engage, Learn and Take Action! Mixed Media Find out how to create an exciting all-school event that allows students the opportunity to act as Global Citizens through the Students Rebuild challenge. Learn how we organized our event where students learned ways to help save our oceans, created artwork, used storytelling technology, and committed to making a change. Create artwork and practice istopmotion and chatterpix as you learn about the Students Rebuild 2019-2020 upcoming challenge, a new, unique and timely global issue. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies79 FEE COVERS: artmaking supplies

mloftus46@gmail.com

mansfield274@gmail.com


9:30am PRESENTER: Lexy Vargas FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: avargas@hsd2.org lexaroo88@msn.com

Trauma Informed Care in the Art Room Social-Emotional Do you teach students who have had adverse childhood experiences? Help your students 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: Notebook, computer, or ipad is good for notes

PHOTO PRESENTER: Jennifer Cooper FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: smcdowell@fidm.edu jcooper@fidm.edu

Designing Inside The Box 2D, 3D, Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media Digital Art & Photography all apply This workshop explores the many careers in Visual Communications and the opportunities within this creative field in the Retail, Event Planning, Design, Entertainment, and Exhibition industries. Participants will be led through a series of design challenges, including creating window display concepts, planning an in-store promotional event, and creating a pop-up store. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Tracey Hunter-Doniger FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: hunterdonigertl@cofc.edu

STEAM in the Woods Mixed Media Do you like art? Of course you do. Do you like nature? If so, this is the session for you! Forest schools are the rage in Europe and this trend is coming to the US in the form of STEAM in the woods. Learn about and create some lessons found in these artistically-friendly environments. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone

hunterdoniger@yahoo.com

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PRESENTER: Dana Goodier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1 EMAIL: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com dana.goodier@d11.org

9:45am

PRESENTER: Rachael Delaney CO-PRESENTER: Jesse Bott and Christine Loehr FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 9:45-10:45AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: Christyloehr@gmail.com Christineloehr@dpsk12.org

10am

PRESENTER: Marin Abell FEE: None AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 10AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: mdzuccaro@yahoo.com

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Classroom Management/Student Engagement 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

ArtShop Mixed Media What makes an object have value? ArtShop is a large collaboration between Metropolitan State University, brown elementary and Edison Elementary schools. Using thematic and inquiry based prompts, students K-5 re-purposed discarded objects and and transformed their meaning and value. MATERIALS TO BRING: Mixed Media, Glue/Adhesives, Collage Materials

ART SOURCE GUEST ARTIST: MARIN ABELL If you are looking for a trickster to liven up your curriculum, Art Source’s Guest Artist, Marin Abell, is your guy. Through his sculpture, installations, and performances, Marin plays with traditional formats to “destabilize habit” and “welcome unforeseen and non-linear developments.” His field guides-for-getting-lost, his cast and suspension of a real frozen pond, and his backwards-designed bicycle are examples of why his art is accessible to kindergartners and adults alike. Come hear Marin and join the absurdity.

ArtSource Lunch Party 11:30AM-1PM Free lunch, ArtSource info., connect with friends, win door prizes Location-Premium Corporate Suite Bldg. 4 Rm #4330

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10:30am PRESENTER: Jessica Ruby FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 10:30PM-12:30PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: rubyj@wcsdre1.org 2artroomstab@gmail.com

11am

PRESENTER: Kelley DeCleene CO-PRESENTER: Damon McLeese FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-1PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: kjdecleene@gmail.com kjdecleene@gmail.com

PRESENTER: Cindy Winsel FEE: $10 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-1PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: cwinsel2457@gmail.com

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Opening Centers using Blended Learning Strategies TAB Blended learning take the learning from passive to ACTIVE by creating an interactive environment. This session will discuss how to use blended learning strategies to open centers in a TAB room. We will explore how to scaffold skills, personalize learning, assessments, and how to implement Studio Habits of Minds within this process. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Camera or Phone

Art From the Heart of Special Needs Students Special Needs and Art Making This fun and informative workshop is full of ideas and techniques to help you help your students with special needs make art from the heart that is authentically theirs. Through lecture, discussion, and hands-on activities, participants will learn about adaptive tools and strategies for art students with physical and intellectual disabilities including autism and sensory processing disorders. Instructional strategies include choice-making and communication strategies for non-verbal students and working with paras to ensure student-centered art-making. MATERIALS TO BRING: Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: materials to create a sample project for special ed students (mat board, paint, fabric, glue, etc) Tangle by Design Drawing The Zentangle Art Method is a meditative way of creating structured patterns, repetitively, to design beautiful pieces of art. Students will learn the fundamentals of Zentangle and will design at least 2 tiles. Several tangles will be taught. All skill levels can experience this art form. FEE COVERS: Drawing Supplies, Bag for supplies, 5 Official Zentangle Tiles, 1 micron pen, 1 graphite pencil, 1 pencil sharpener, 1 tortillion, 1informational flyer.


PRESENTER: Greg Custer FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: greg.custer@thevanguardschool.com

Visual Art Classroom Strategies all of the above This workshop will discuss a variety of ideas to engage a higher percentage of students through a stimulating classroom experience. Discussion topics will include: lesson plan guidelines, objectives and assessments, classroom management, processes, and creating a culture that advocates the arts throughout the entire school community. “Last year, I made significant changes to my curriculum that had a major impact on the number of students that I was able to reach.” MATERIALS TO BRING: note taking

PRESENTER: Cathy Moore FEE: $3 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: cmooreart@msn.com

Modern Horse Multi-Media Creations Mixed Media This is a fabulous hands-on workshop where we will explore lesson plans inspired by main stream artist Jenny Foster. We will create stylized horses using pastel and collage. This project is perfect for 3rd grade through high school. Workshop participants will have the opportunity to take this project in many different directions. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies FEE COVERS: Hand-made paper collage materials, pastels, all materials

PRESENTER: Micah Bernhardt FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: mbernhardt@dcsdk12.org

Project: Car RamRod Ceramics Need a new project with a creative twist? Then you have come to the right session! See how the aid of one of the worlds most recognizable toys can be used to inspire and push creative flow in your art room. This project idea is geared toward High School Ceramic students, but could be easily adapted to any age group, and used with multiple mediums. Join me to play with your creativity. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Clay Tools

gregcuster@ymail.com

Cathy.moore@jeffco.k12.co.us

mjb643@ymail.com

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11am

PRESENTER: Virginia Schick FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: virginia.schick@gmail.com

Art College Prep: Preparing heARTful Digital Portfolios Preparing Digital portfolios of all kinds Art College Prep: Preparing heARTful Digital Portfolios is an interactive workshop where participants will walk through the steps necessary to prepare high school students and their art portfolios for college. This workshop showcases a highly successful model where students build personal, heARTFUL, digital portfolios while learning to write/speak about themselves and their works in increasingly sophisticated ways until, as seniors, they are ready to compile an outstanding digital portfolio, applications, letters, etc. I have been using this model for 11 years. Students have been awarded over $18 million in art merit scholarships to pursue creative careers in the visual arts. Join me to learn my secrets and share your own in a collaborative setting. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Lisa Cross FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: lcross@d49.org lcross@d49.org

Raku Glaze 101 3D Learn how to get started mixing your own raku glazes. Mix a pint of glaze to be used at a later time. MATERIALS TO BRING: Clay Tools FEE COVERS: clay

PRESENTER: Ramona Lapsley FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: bluefishmanitou@aol.com

Notes from the Heart Printmaking Simple and beautiful, intricate and interesting. Participants will learn how to use two easy printmaking techniques to create valentines day or “anyday” HEARTFELT thank you cards. Combine art and writing lessons of gratitude while students make multiple cards. Cards can be bundled to create sets for fundraisers. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: Print plate and block, cards and envelopes, ink, ribbon

virgnia.schick@bvsd.org

bluefishmanitou@aol.com

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11:30am

PRESENTER: Ryan Talbot FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11:30AM-1:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: rtalbot@allsoulscatholic.org

DRYPOINT: Printmaking by Hand !!! Art History Have you ever wanted to teach your kiddos an Intaglio Printmaking Process but you’re like “Our school can’t afford a Printmaking Press :( “ ??? Well, I have just the answer/ process for you :D Participants will learn how to teach kids about the history and process of Drypoint Printmaking. Using AKUA Intaglio Inks, Plexiglass, an Etching/Drypoint Needle and Intaglio Papers you will learn how to integrate this wonderfully engaging process into your Art Room !!! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies FEE COVERS: Supplies + Curriculum

PRESENTER: Alexandra Overby FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 11:30AM-1:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: alexandra_overby@dpsk12.org

Gaining Control Over Your Curriculum Curriculum Has your curriculum gotten a little unclear the last few years? Can you pinpoint which standards or SHOM objectives you are covering? Do students know what is the goal of each lesson? Get back to the basics and let’s review curriculum design. This workshop will show you some simple techniques to get your curriculum back on track. Time will be given to work independently as well as working in small groups to give peer feedback, Bring your laptop or a sketchbook, MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Sketchbook

rytalb@gmail.com

alexaoverby@gmail.com

$9 Conference Lunch Special!

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12Pm

Rui Haagen

Scratching the Surface: Sgraffito in Clay - master class

12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 1

Sgraffito comes from the Italian word for scratch. This is a decorative process of scratching a design through a colored top layer revealing a contrasting clay color below. Explore the exciting visual and textural possibilities of sgraffito decoration on white clay using contrasting underglazes. Learn to easily transfer design onto 2D and 3D surfaces creating a tile and a tumbler. Think wood or linoleum block cuts for your contrasting design inspiration. $30 materials fee. Materials needed: Hair dryer (if possible), favorite clay tools, sketch book/high contrast design, sharpie marker

12:45Pm

PRESENTER: Vanessa Scott FEE: $3 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: Vernscott123@gmail.com

Embroidered Landscapes Fiber Art Learn some basic embroidery stitches and how to tie them into a fiber art focused lesson. I’m knot joking around when I say students have loved creating landscapes from fabric swatches and embroidery stitches. Needles to say, this class will leave you inspired to use the fabric you have been saving (aka hoarding) for years. ;-) MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: Fabric, Embroidery Floss, Needle(s)

PRESENTER: Kris Heintz Nelson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: kris.heintznelson@Unco.edu

Drawing is an Action Verb Drawing 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 - all other materials will be provided. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies FEE COVERS: material cost covered by UNC

Vanessa.scott@asd20.org

chadandkris@msn.com

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PRESENTER: Jamie Smith FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: 4visual.linguistics@gmail.com

Flip It-Student Led Learning Hybrid of a flipped classroom How do you manage giving students choice in an art room where there are varying ability levels? How do you keep students engaged in learning while teaching them to have the courage to challenge themselves? Come and expand your knowledge on how to create many entry points for student engagement and differentiation. Learn how to make a hybrid of a flipped classroom work for you where you can create more opportunities for collaboration, investigation, and creativity with your students. Be proactive about creating a more student centered classroom encouraging individual investment. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Laptop or ipad not necessarily both

PRESENTER: Virginia Schick FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: virginia.schick@gmail.com

Traveling Artists Abroad! Traveling with students to see and create art Traveling with Students to See and Create Art will show you how easy it is to create an art-focused trip! For the past 8 years, we have traveled to locations like Rome, Florence, London, Paris, Bruges, Amsterdam, and Venice with our students. A small travel company, International Classroom, lets us design our own authentic, AFFORDABLE itinerary to showcase some of the very best art, architecture and art-inspiring sites. Students SEE and CREATE ART. Students journal, share, bond, and teach each other art media and techniques. We guide and instruct. Students paint, draw, photograph, and collage on location. We guide and instruct. Finally, the trips build young Colorado artists who create art with WORLD perspectives. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

PRESENTER: Leah Lowe FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: lowe@cmsd12.org

Playing and Claying Clay Come play with clay and see a few clay exploration activities to increase student skills and confidence in handbuilding with clay. This can be used as clay around the room for a TAB room or as a warm up before a project. When my students do these activities the quality of their work goes way up and frustration goes way down. Plus clay is just magical fun! MATERIALS TO BRING: Camera or Phone

jaemicherie@gmail.com

virginia.schick@bvsd.org

hiartloweart@netscape.net

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12:45Pm PRESENTER: Nicole Brown CO-PRESENTER: Linda Krug FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: nicole_krug@hotmail.com

Adding a Pop of Color- Using Thread and Stitching in Art! 2D Add creative stitching to your art pieces. Colorful Embroidery thread can be hand-stitched into drawings, paintings, and photos on paper or fabric! Learn creative ways to enhance pieces with thread as well as creative stitching techniques. This is a hands-on workshop - please bring a work of art or photo you’d like to stitch into- or practice fabric and some basic materials will be provided. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, 8X10 Photos FEE COVERS: Embroidery Needle, Thread, Fabric, Hoop, Other art materials to work on fabric

PRESENTER: Lisa Adams FEE: $3 AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Hands-On, Interactive, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: ladams7@cherrycreekschools.org

Ink-spired Art Mixed Media Using newspaper, ink, glue and mixed media participants create ink-spired artworks. Artists interact visually, not literally with text developing abstract or representational illustrations. This project can be transformed into social or cultural issue interaction; artists can embed their ideas about current social and cultural mores. This is presented as a High School studio project but it can be adjusted to any level. We work with a variety of media, reinforcing a unit for all budgets. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes FEE COVERS: Prepared boards/materials to prepare their own board/ink/paints/charcoal/colored pencils

PRESENTER: Ramona Lapsley FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: bluefishmanitou@aol.com

Notes from the Heart Printmaking Simple and beautiful, intricate and interesting. Participants will learn how to use two easy printmaking techniques to create valentines day or “anyday” HEARTFELT thank you cards. Combine art and writing lessons of gratitude while students make multiple cards. Cards can be bundled to create sets for fundraisers. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone, Collage Materials FEE COVERS: Print plate and block, cards and envelopes, ink, ribbon

nicole.brown@jeffco.k12.co.us

bluefishmanitou@aol.com

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1Pm

Chris Nugen

Raku Firing - master class 1 - 4pm, peak 1

In this class participants will be participating in a Raku Firing using a Cooperworks Blaze Barrel. Participants will be provided one piece to glaze and fire during the class, and will also be allowed to bring one piece of their own to fire no bigger than 6”x6”x6”. (PIECE MUST BE *BISQUE FIRED). The class wil discuess Raku firing, but will also be open to general ceramic discussion. Participants can bring one *BISQUED piece of their own to be fired, along with the piece that will be provided for them. PRESENTER: Chris Cain FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 1-4PM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1 EMAIL: cc@mccool.com cc@mccool.com

2Pm

PRESENTER: Joseph Marler FEE: $7 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: ceramicjoe@hotmail.com j.marler@brushschools.org

Investigations of Identity Mixed Media This hands on workshop and open round table will explore possibilities surrounding student projects investigating self and identity. Chris will share past projects and give opportunities for others to inject their ideas while participants build, construct and decorate a 7 sided Cube of Identity. This class is suitable for all ages as well as being IB and choice friendly. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Mixed Media FEE COVERS: Cube templates, paper and materials

Watercolor Bookmarks Painting This workshop will demonstrate the use of watercolor and acrylic techniques to create a series of personalized bookmark sized paintings. Participants will create paintings using flat washes, graded washes, wet on wet washes with multiple colors, and by painting acrylic opaquely on top of transparent watercolor washes. MATERIALS TO BRING: Paint Brushes 89 FEE COVERS: Watercolor paint, Acrylic paint, Watercolor paper, pencils, tape, brushes


2Pm

PRESENTER: Sophie Derksen FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: newderk@gmail.com newderk@

Abstraction is Instrumental 3D Abstraction is one of the essential keys of creativity. Pablo Picasso’s instrument sculptures are examples of how artists pare down visual elements in playful and expressive ways to represent the essence or heart of an object. Come and look at some of Picasso’s favorite artwork. He had a fondness for his sculptures as if they were family members. Then cut, score, fold, and asemble instruments using cardboard, string and found objects. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: Cardboard, string, glue

PRESENTER: Jennifer Cooper FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: smcdowell@fidm.edu

Designing Inside The Box 2D, 3D, Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media Digital Art & Photography all apply This workshop explores the many careers in Visual Communications and the opportunities within this creative field in the Retail, Event Planning, Design, Entertainment, and Exhibition industries. Participants will be led through a series of design challenges, including creating window display concepts, planning an in-store promotional event, and creating a pop-up store. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Sharon Jacobson-Speedy FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: speedywheat@aol.com

Lets Make Sprig Molds! 3D Add some sprigs to your pottery.....Bring found objects, plastics creatures, costume jewelry, interesting shapes/ forms, etc..... to make sprig molds to take home and bisque fire. Be willing to share your objects with others and the more molds all will make. Once the molds are fired clay can be pressed in to create appliqué designs to slip and score onto clay projects. These are one sided molds, so only half of the object you bring will be molded. Process should not harm objects. MATERIALS TO BRING: Found objects, plastic creatures, objects to press into clay. FEE COVERS: Clay

gmail.com

jcooper@fidm.edu

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PRESENTER: Miranda Ziegler FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: mirandarziegler@gmail.com

Design Slam: WBL in action! Design Slam is a fun, exciting, creative problem-solving competition for ALL students. Using fully loaded computer stations that are projected onto a wall, students can compete head-to-head to solve visual problems in front of an audience. Students demonstrate creative skills and engage with industry leaders who connect content mastery and PWR skills to industry standards. In this workshop, learn about how you can integrate this workbased learning curriculum event into your classes with rubrics, photos and discussion of this event format. We will review the learning outcomes for students, technology, time, and industry connections to plan one for any program in Colorado! Want to check out where this started? Visit colorado.aiga.org/event/design-slam-2/

PRESENTER: Carrie Mann CO-PRESENTER: Kim Chlumsky FEE: $3 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: carrieartmann@gmail.com

These must be felt! 3D Back by popular demand! Come learn to needle felt with the best of them. An inexpensive way of bringing the ever growing in popularity needle felting into the classroom. We explore what we learned last year, but have some new twists to the process. We will share what we have learned as we turn more and more students into fiber artists. (Boys love this) Bring ideas, and open mind and maybe a band aid. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, all material will be provided FEE COVERS: felt and stuffing

PRESENTER: Lisa Cross FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: lcross@d49.org lcross@d49.org

Fetish Animals 3D From the time clay was discovered people have been making small clay animals that were used as distractions and for spiritual purposes. Come make a small clay animal that you will finish with underglazes. MATERIALS TO BRING: Clay Tools FEE COVERS: clay and underglaze

PRESENTER: Virginia Schick FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: virginia.schick@gmail.com

Traveling Artists Abroad! Traveling with students to see and create art Traveling with Students to See and Create Art will show you how easy it is to create an art-focused trip! For the past 8 years, we have traveled to locations like Rome, Florence, London, Paris, Bruges, Amsterdam, and Venice with our students. A small travel company, International Classroom, lets us design our own authentic, AFFORDABLE itinerary to showcase some of the very best art, architecture and art-inspiring sites. Students SEE and CREATE ART. Students journal, share, bond, and teach each other art media and techniques. We guide and instruct. Students paint, draw, photograph, and collage on location. We guide and instruct. Finally, the trips build young Colorado artists who create art with WORLD perspectives. 91 MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

virginia.schick@bvsd.org


2Pm

PRESENTER: David R. Modler CO-PRESENTER: Samuel H. Peck FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: wavekook@gmail.com

Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK 3D This workshop will emulate a TASK party, and involve exercises that investigate construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of sculptural forms. Participants will be challenged to work three dimensionally with limited building materials and within a defined period of time. The presenters will introduce a variety of ‘tasks’ to initiate ‘disruptions’ to the prescribed initial making process, that in turn will force multi-modal collaboration, spontaneous negotiation of workspace and materials, while yielding surprising unpredictable results. MATERIALS TO BRING: Mischief, mayhem, sense of adventure and open minds

PRESENTER: Dale Zalmstra CO-PRESENTER: Jessi Ruby and Kelly Beach FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

TAB Open Discussion TAB Let’s talk TAB! Whether you have been doing TAB for a long time or are just curious and want to find out more. Let’s workshop together and share questions, experiences, and celebrations. MATERIALS TO BRING: none

PRESENTER: Vanessa Quintana FEE: $1 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: sayhayes@mac.com

Meaningful Art Making & Student Choice Mixed Media In this hands-on workshop you will wear your student hat! Experience how I incorporate meaningful art making and student choice based on individual student ideas and strengths while also providing essential basic visual art instruction. Bring any/all of your favorite art making junk you’ve been dying to use and your imagination!! You will also have access to the TAB classroom and basic art making materials. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes, Mixed Media, Collage Materials, Bring your favorite supplies you have been dying to use! FEE COVERS: Paint & Glue.

dmodler@shepherd.edu

dzalmstra@gmail.com

vhayesquintana@cherrycreekschools.org

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PRESENTER: Kim D’Arthenay FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Hands-On DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: kjdarthenay@dcsdk12.org kdarth1@yahoo.com

3:15Pm

The Simplified Cyanotype 2D The Simplified Cyanotype workshop will explore the use of Scratch-Art film in combination with Nature Print paper. Participants will be able to create a piece emphasizing texture and contrast, then printing it outside onto Nature print (light sensitive) paper. Come with ideas for subject matter/themes you’d like to use for your design (sketch in advance if you desire), and come away with printed works! If weather/lack of sun interferes with our process, I will send you with Nature print paper to try again when the rays are more abundant. This lesson could be adapted for all ages, but may be best for 3rd-8th grade. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Idea for their print- it will begin with a scratch art process, so think texture and color reversal FEE COVERS: Nature print paper, scratch art film, scratch art stick, materials for the printing process

PRESENTER: Kari Pepper FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 3:15-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: stumperita@hotmail.com

Animation Anyone? TAB How to create a unit that students will LOVE! This is a guide for how to create a unit in stop-motion animation with your students (perfect for exploring choice in your classroom). MATERIALS TO BRING: None

PRESENTER: Linda Schmale CO-PRESENTER: Gwen Ahlers, Sharon FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 3:15-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: Lgschmale@me.com

Teaching IB Art - discussion and support Support Discussion and support. Group for IB art teachers - share strategies, and struggles and solutions for an IB art classroom MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad

PRESENTER: Jeanne Richins CO-PRESENTER: Frances Flicker FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: FRIDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: cory.jeanne@comcast.net

Sumerian Votive Statues Art History Explore the Sumerian culture by creating a paper model of a Sumerian votive statue. Receive additional instructions on how to recreate the model in clay or paper mache. This is part of a unit of learning which will be shared. It includes stories, activities, games and background information to expand student understanding about this ancient time. Other lesson samples that broaden student awareness of civilizations will be offered. The series, Creating Art for All Ages, is the resource for this workshop. 93 MATERIALS TO BRING: We will cover everything

kari.pepper@mountainmiddleschool.org

Llschmale@aurorak12.org


saturday event highlights registration open 7:30am - 4pm third floor

VENDOR HALL

8am - 1pm third floor

art advocacy breakfast

Daniel carroll 8-9am peak 17

Daniel Carroll is a former special education teacher and founder of the non-profit, Texas Adaptive Sports and Recreation (TxASR). Daniel teaches martial arts for a living and developed what might be the first inclusive and adapted program for students of all abilities to participate together in martial arts. His school, One World Karate usually has between 90 and 140 students enrolled at any one time and about 90% of the students have special needs or disabilities. Through TxASR, Daniel travels around the world to teach other instructors and coaches how to create adapted and inclusive programs for individuals of all abilities. He also gives talks about his goals of inclusion and accessibility, and the importance of solid special education pedagogy in program development.

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keynote workshops

Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK david r. modler & samuel h. peck 9:30-11:30am Coppertop 2 Sketchbook and Visual Journal Speed Date david r. modler & samuel h. peck 1-2pm peak 17

2019 CAEA Awards Banquet

Art mart

4:30-5:30pm vendor hall

6-8pm breckenridge ballroom

saturday night bash all you need is love featuring wash park band 9pm-12am

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ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE 2019 Fall Conference

Awards Banquet and Saturday Night Bash WITH

Awards Banquet: 6-8 PM Bash: 9-12 PM 96 :


tab studio

coppertop 2 - open all day create original projects! leave books & supplies! share lesson plans!

Teaching Artistic Behavior (TAB) Choice Based A Choice-Based/or Teaching Artistic Behavior studio is a nationally recognized approach to teaching art education. The art room is arranged with “learning centers� for each medium. Centers include procedures, instructions, student and masterwork examples, and art-making supplies. Here, the student artists make choices for responding to their own ideas and interests through art-making. Play, practice and reflection are integral parts of the learning experience. In contrast to teacherdirected projects, students are encouraged to direct their own art experiences, set their own pace and be fully engaged in the creative process. Class time is divided into whole group instruction, work time, clean-up, and reflection. Emphasis is also placed on helping students to develop their abilities to do the following: Explore new ideas, express ideas, develop craft, envision, understand art in our world, observe, engage and persist, and reflect. https://teachingforartisticbehavior.org/index.html Coppertop 2: (NOTE: All TAB related workshops will be held in this room) Please stop in for TAB discussion sessions- a great place to ask questions, problem and connect with teachers who have transformed their classrooms to a choice based studio. The perimeter of the room hasd display boards and resources for viewing through the duration of the conference. Makers space! There is a corner set up with supplies donated from R.A.F.T. to play as an artist yourself! Feel free to make something to wear for Saturday night bash! (Please do not take scissors or supplies to stock your own art room-we cannot continue to replace year after year and we reuse unused art supplies for the next conference-thank you:) 97


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2019 CAEA Fall Conference Workshops & Events Attended November 7-9, 2019 Breckenridge, Colorado Document your workshop and event attendance here, use this information with your continuing education relicensure certificate. This is your only certificate copy. Tear out of program book, sign it, and save it in your records for relicensure credit. No other signatures required. You will need to scan this document and turn in to CDE through their re-licensure process. This certificate documents continuin education for relincensure.


saturday master classes

Jim Cooper

Cone 6 reduction firing PART 1: 8AM - 12pm, PEAK1 PART 2 SATRUDAY: 9:30AM - 10:30Am, PEAK1 In this class participants will be glazing pieces to go into a cone 6 reduction firing. The class will be discussion based on overall ceramics with a focus on reduction firing in comparison to oxidation firing, and how certain materials in glaze formulation can change when exposed to different environments in a kiln. The class will be three hours for glazing and discussion on firing. After glazing the pieces will be loaded into a 3 cubic foot Cooperworks gas kiln that is fired off of a portable propane tank for six hours. students will meet for one hour the next morning for discussion of results and to retrieve their pieces. students will be provided one piece to glaze, but are also welcome to bring one pice no bigger than a coffee mug to glaze and fire as well. Allowed to bring one piece no larger than a coffee mug. Piece must be cone 6 clay needs to be *BISQUED

Michael Cellan

Scribbling with Wax Crayons 9am - 12pm, COPPERTOP 3

Hey, kids can’t have all the fun! Come and use wax crayons, positive and negative stencils, tape and razor blades to create an image. Then we’ll polish it till it will shine and stand back and say, ”How Cool.” No material fee but if you care to drop a dollar or two into the box then that helps to buy more supplies for others to use

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Rachael Delaney Painting with Fiber 12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 2

During this workshop participants will create a fiber painting using the technique of needle felting. Various techniques and process will be explored to create vibrant artworks with textural surfaces. In addition to the techniques learned participants will also learn about contemporary textile artistes that employ fiber as a metaphor for meaning making in their work. $6 materials fee. Materials to bring: reference image.

Alicia McKim

The Collagraph Monoprint 12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 1

In this high-energy workshop participants will work with multiple plates and a variety of inking techniques to create colorful one-of-a-kind prints. This inexpensive and non-toxic process is intuitive, direct, and a fun way to make a print. $10 materials fee. Materials to bring: Scissors, pencil or Fine Point Sharpie, and sense of adventure.

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SATURDAY AM november 9, 2019

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MASTER CLASS 9:30-10:30AM Cone 6 Reduction Firing PART 2 Jim Cooper

11AM-12PM Make a Mindful Teacup $2 Jennifer Wise General Audience I, H

peak 6/7

9:30-10:30AM Sumerian Votive Statues Jeanne Richins & Frances Flicker

11AM-12:30PM Wooly Mandalas $2 Janelle Sowers General Audience H

9:30-10:30AM Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Dana Goodier General Audience L

11AM-12PM Installation Art Kris Heintz Nelson General Audience L

9:30-10:30 Escape From Your Art Room Natalie Reed General Audience I, H, L

11AM-12:30PM Getting the HeART of Meaning Wendi K. Oster General Audience I

9:30-10:30AM Controversy, Vulnerability, and Dialogue in the Art Classroom Connie Stewart, Katherine Giese & Wendi Oster General Audience I

11AM-12PM For the Love of Dog $2 Nancy Branca General Audience H

9:30-10:30AM Spark with Art: Exploring Social Issues in Art Erica Richards Middle School I

11AM-12PM Adaptive Art Projects for an Inclusion Art Experience Laura Klein

 9:30-10:30AM Abstraction is Instrumental $2 Sophie Derksen General Audience H

11AM-12PM Meaningful and Authentic Data Driven Instruction Justine Sawyer General Audience I, L

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9:30-10:30AM Playing with Light $5 Michelle Smalley Middle School I, D

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11AM-12:30PM Troubleshooting Glaze Defects April Cannon General Audience L


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9:30-11:30AM High Contrast Portrait Drawing $2 Greg Custer General Audience I, H, D

12

9:30-10:30AM PhoneTography! Travis Hill General Audience I, L

11AM-12PM Art and At-Risk Youth Travis Hill General Audience L

9:30-10:30 So Much to Teach, So Little Time Dale Zalmstra General Audience I, L

11AM-12:30PM UNC MA Arts-Based Action Research Donna Goodwin, Kat Potter, Chad Knapp, Samantha Disney-Saxton, Laura Ethridge, Karen Dyra, and Katie Brokish General Audience I, L

9:30-11:30AM Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK David R. Modler & Samuel H. Peck General Audience I, H 9:30-10:30AM Games in the Art Room Jerry Martin General Audience I, H

11AM-12PM

Image Transfer on Clay $5

Lisa Cross General Audience H, D

9AM-12PM MASTER CLASS Scribbling with Wax Crayons Michael Cellan 9:30-11:30AM Fun with Paper $2 Jess Axelrad General Audience H, I, L

8:30-11:30AM STEAM: Weaving Math to Make Art $5 Carrie Miller & Virginia Schick General Audience H

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12:45-1:45PM LED Light-Up Pin Badge $10 Kate Hust General Audience I, H, D

12:45-1:45PM Wooly Mandalas $2 Janelle Sowers General Audience H

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2-4PM Chain Bracelet $4 Pam Farris General Audience H

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2-3:30PM Jewelry: Salt Water Etching $8 Stephanie Kuhne High School H

12:45-1:45PM Working Artist, Working Educator Andrew Beckham General Audience L

2-3PM Sub Plans Roundtable Natalie Reed General Audience L

3:15-4PM Textiles in Your Art Room Carrie Miller General Audience L

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12:30-1:30PM The Colorado Art Market Dr. Jeffrey Taylor General Audience L

2-3PM Visual Research: Extending Student Ideas Kris Heintz Nelson High School L

3:15-4:15PM Matters of Interest? Art from the 58th Venice Biennale Connie Stewart General Audience I, L

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12:45-1:45PM Perspectives on Changes to the AP Portfolio Curriculum Martin Loftus High School L

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12:45-1:45PM Adaptive Art Projects for an Inclusion Art Experience Laura Klein

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12:45-1:45PM Arpilleras Featuring Paper Clip Felting Blick Art Materials General Audience H

2-4PM Color Mixing with Elementary $2 Brooke Gumucio Elementary H, D 2-3PM Oil Pastel Direct Trace Monotypes $2 Ryan Talbot General Audience H, D, L

3:15-4:15PM COMING SOON!

2-3PM Visual Art Classroom Strategies Greg Custer General Audience I, L

1-2:30PM Responding to Art with Making Clyfford Still Museum General Audience I, H

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1-2:30PM Western American Art in Style Kara Rossi Claire Mosier General Audience I, H, L

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1-2PM Dia de los Muertos Bas-Relief Skulls Pilar Heslin General Audience I, H, D, L

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1-2PM Sketchbook and Visual Journal Speed Date Sam Peck & David Modler General Audience I

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12-1:30PM Ceramic Vessel $5 Linda Schmale General Audience I, H, D 12:45-1:45PM Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Dana Goodier General Audience L

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2-4PM Watercolor Bookmarks $7 Joseph Marler General Audience H, D

2-4PM Character and Compassion as Art Themes Janet E. Newman, PhD Elementary I, H

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1

MASTER CLASS 12-4PM The Collagraph Monoprint Alicia McKim $10

IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2

MASTER CLASS 12-4PM Painting with Fiber Rachael Delaney $6

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MEET IN LOBBY 12:45-3:45PM Hike & Create Andrea Slusarski General Audience H

Art mart

4:30-5:30pm vendor hall

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SATURDAY november 9, 2019

8:30am PRESENTER: Carrie Miller CO-PRESENTER: Virginia Schick FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 8:30-11:30AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 2 EMAIL: carriermiller24@gmail.com

STEAM: Weaving Math to Make Art Textiles This integrated curriculum interlocks math concepts and visual art concepts to create a hands-on art/math course. Teachers will learn how to warp and weave on the inkle loom. By the end of class, teachers will finish a narrow lanyard or band. Throughout the workshop we will discuss the math concepts presented in this curriculum. This 5 lesson plan unit can be adapted for grades 3-12. MATERIALS TO BRING: Scissors FEE COVERS: Yarn

9am

Michael Cellan Scribbling with Wax Crayons 9am - 12pm, COPPERTOP 3

Hey, kids can’t have all the fun! Come and use wax crayons, positive and negative stencils, tape and razor blades to create an image. Then we’ll polish it till it will shine and stand back and say, ”How Cool.” No material fee but if you care to drop a dollar or two into the box then that helps to buy more supplies for others to use

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9:30am

Jim Cooper

Cone 6 reduction firing - master class PART 1: 8AM - 12pm, PEAK1 PART 2 SATRUDAY: 9:30AM - 10:30Am, PEAK1 In this class participants will be glazing pieces to go into a cone 6 reduction firing. The class will be discussion based on overall ceramics with a focus on reduction firing in comparison to oxidation firing, and how certain materials in glaze formulation can change when exposed to different environments in a kiln. The class will be three hours for glazing and discussion on firing. After glazing the pieces will be loaded into a 3 cubic foot Cooperworks gas kiln that is fired off of a portable propane tank for six hours. students will meet for one hour the next morning for discussion of results and to retrieve their pieces. students will be provided one piece to glaze, but are also welcome to bring one pice no bigger than a coffee mug to glaze and fire as well. Allowed to bring one piece no larger than a coffee mug. Piece must be cone 6 clay needs to be *BISQUED PRESENTER: Jeanne Richins CO-PRESENTER: Frances Flicker FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: cory.jeanne@comcast.net

Sumerian Votive Statues Art History Explore the Sumerian culture by creating a paper model of a Sumerian votive statue. Receive additional instructions on how to recreate the model in clay or paper mache. This is part of a unit of learning which will be shared. It includes stories, activities, games and background information to expand student understanding about this ancient time. Other lesson samples that broaden student awareness of civilizations will be offered. The series, Creating Art for All Ages, is the resource for this workshop. MATERIALS TO BRING: We will cover everything

PRESENTER: Dana Goodier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com

Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Classroom Management/Student Engagement 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

dana.goodier@d11.org

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9:30am

PRESENTER: Natalie Reed FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30 LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: nreed@flagstaffacademy.org

Escape From Your Art Room Interactive Activity BREAKOUT! Is an escape room for your art room. At this workshop you will work together to find clues, solve puzzles and breakout before time runs out! BreakoutEDU is a fun, interactive group activity that can be used for team-building, icebreaker or introducing your next unit. Come have fun and experience breakout before it’s too late! MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Connie Stewart CO-PRESENTER: Katherine Giese; Wendi Oster FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Controversy, Vulnerability, and Dialogue in the Art Classroom Classroom Climate/Discussions Art educators, teaching from their own hearts, can create bravely functioning classrooms that act as spaces for opposing opinions and conflicting experiences. The presentation will include interactive activities, examples of work by contemporary artists, pedagogical structures to encourage conversation with specific examples from Colorado middle and high school art rooms. It will highlight the importance of forming climates of trust, cultivating vulnerability and promoting dialogue during politically divided times. Resources will be provided. MATERIALS TO BRING: Interest in topic

PRESENTER: Erica Richards FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: erichard@denverartmuseum.org

Spark with Art: Exploring Social Issues in Art Art History Art objects are powerful tools for sparking conversation, introducing new topics, and unpacking historical and contemporary themes. We will focus on art objects from the Denver Art Museum’s collections – spanning across time and the globe – to explore social issues in art. You will leave the session with lesson ideas and engagement strategies to support your classroom right away! MATERIALS TO BRING: n/a

reednm05@gmail.com

conniestewart@comcast.net

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PRESENTER: Sophie Derksen FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: newderk@gmail.com

Abstraction is Instrumental 3D Abstraction is one of the essential keys of creativity. Pablo Picasso’s instrument sculptures are examples of how artists pare down visual elements in playful and expressive ways to represent the essence or heart of an object. Come and look at some of Picasso’s favorite artwork. He had a fondness for his sculptures as if they were family members. Then cut, score, fold, and asemble instruments using cardboard, string and found objects. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: Cardboard, string, glue

PRESENTER: Michelle Smalley FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: Middle School TYPE: Interactive, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: thatonelittlelady@yahoo.com

Playing with Light Photography You do not need a darkroom to develop pictures! In this workshop I will walk you through my pinhole photography unit. Watch as we use shoe boxes to spark collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity! I will also share with you my recipe for DIY developer, stop bath, and fixer using household products. If time allows we can invert our negative images using the “dark room” or even on a digital format. This unit can be adapted for all ages! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: Dark room emulsion paper, supplies to make developer stop bath and fixer, drying line supplies, lesson plan print-outs.

PRESENTER: Greg Custer FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-11:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: greg.custer@thevanguardschool.com

High Contrast Portrait Drawing Drawing This two hour workshop will be a hands-on experience using drawing techniques utilizing the full range of contrast to create the maximum use of form. The drawing techniques used in this workshop can transfer into any drawing curriculum, being that these discipline-based ideas have been the foundation of my 7-12 grade program for the past 10 years. MATERIALS TO BRING: note taking...I will provide all the drawing materials FEE COVERS: reference photos, colored drawing paper, numerous drawing utensils

newderk@gmail.com

gregcuster@ymail.com

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9:30am PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com

PhoneTography! Photography No darkroom? No computer lab? No cameras? No problem! Join us for an introduction to the fine (and inexpensive) art of PhoneTography! Learn about basic smartphone photo applications, terminology, and techniques along with ways to help your students use their phones for something productive in the classroom! MATERIALS TO BRING: iPad, Camera or Phone

PRESENTER: Dale Zalmstra FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30 LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: dzalmstra@cherrycreekschools.org

So Much to Teach, So Little Time TAB “5 Minute Intros.” Layering and mapping your curriculum in a Choice-Based art room. Self check. Ensure you are teaching what you feel is essential, beginning with how you use the Daily Intros. MATERIALS TO BRING: none

PRESENTER: David R. Modler CO-PRESENTER: Samuel H. Peck FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-11:30AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: wavekook@gmail.com dmodler@

Challenging Notions of Accomplishment with TASK 3D This workshop will emulate a TASK party, and involve exercises that investigate construction, deconstruction and reconstruction of sculptural forms. Participants will be challenged to work three dimensionally with limited building materials and within a defined period of time. The presenters will introduce a variety of ‘tasks’ to initiate ‘disruptions’ to the prescribed initial making process, that in turn will force multi-modal collaboration, spontaneous negotiation of workspace and materials, while yielding surprising unpredictable results. MATERIALS TO BRING: Mischief, mayhem, sense of adventure and open minds

PRESENTER: Jerry Martin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-10:30AM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: syvanis@yahoo.com

Games in the Art Room Games using Art Modern boardgames have changed the landscape of boardgaming. We can use these innovations in the Art room to create, observe and have fun. Join us as we learn about and play games that can easily be incorporated into your curriculum. You will help create small works of art to be used in the games. MATERIALS TO BRING: Drawing Supplies, Supplies to make a small 10 minute work of art.

tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

dzalmstra@gmail.com

shepherd.edu

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PRESENTER: Jess Axelrad FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 9:30-11:30AM LOCATION: IMPERIAL BALLROOM 1 EMAIL: jessaxelrad@gmail.com

11am

Fun with Paper Relief Paper can be for more than drawing! In this session we will explore fun ways kids can create paper art and reliefs that is low cost and great to do for all ages. FEE COVERS: Paper and materials.

PRESENTER: Jennifer Wise FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: Magentapainter@gmail.com

Make a Mindful Teacup 3D Come sip tea and have fun making your own ceramic tea cup. I will show slides from my community event inviting families, staff, and district officials to a mindful tea ceremony that I offer with first graders and their families. It would work with all age groups K-12. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Clay Tools FEE COVERS: Clay

PRESENTER: Janelle Sowers FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: janellemariasowers@gmail.com

Wooly Mandalas Fiber Greetings Colorado artists and educators! I’m back from Mongolia and would love to share a simple wet felting technique I learned from the crafters in Ulaanbaatar with you. Everyone will create a little felted mandala while gaining insights into this ancient textile art. This can be an art making experience just for you or for your classroom. MATERIALS TO BRING: nothing FEE COVERS: wool

PRESENTER: Kris Heintz Nelson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Installation Art: a vehicle for collaboration and comunication Installation Art This presentation will share a successful collaborative unit of study that explored installation art as a conceptual framework. Attendees will be provided with pedagogical resources and best practices that empowered students to explore personal narrative, societal systems, engage in contemporary art making processes and documentation, 111 and enact social responsibility. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

Jenny.weich@bvsd.org

chadandkris@msn.com


11am

PRESENTER: Wendi K. Oster FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: anexpressionoflife@gmail.com

Getting the HeART of Meaning Art Analysis/Critiquing Art Appreciation Discussions Getting students to THINK and ENGAGE with art can be a challenge! I would like to share my experience of integrating thinking routines based on the book Making Thinking Visible by Ron Ritchhart, Mark Church, and Karin Morrison. This will be an interactive experience where we observe, reflect, and discuss artworks using a few thinking routines discussed in the book. MATERIALS TO BRING: iPad, Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Camera or Phone, Possible images of art you would like to discuss in your classroom.

PRESENTER: Nancy Branca FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: nbartist@yahoo.com

For the Love of Dog 2D Create simple yet sophisticated monoprints for any classroom. Because kids of all ages adore their pets, animals are always a heartfelt subject. Using vibrant color and lively marks, discover the many ways an image can be produced using economical materials. Bring a large, actual photograph of your pet, a favorite animal or use one supplied to make multiple examples of this easy process. MATERIALS TO BRING: Large photograph of a pet FEE COVERS: Printmaking Supplies: transparency paper, printmaking papers, washable markers, brushes and images

PRESENTER: Laura Klein FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: Klein.Laura.Anne@gmail.com

Adaptive Art Projects for an Inclusion Art Experience TAB In this workshop, we will focus on how to make art inclusive for all students, specifically students with special needs. Learn how to broaden creativity and fine motor skills by providing meaningful art experiences for everyone in the classroom. Through sharing my teaching experiences in the inclusive classroom, we will explore independent and collaborative Processes including drawing, painting, printing, and sculpting in a TAB-like atmosphere. Walk away from this workshop with actionable lesson ideas that will make your students feel the joy of success in the art room. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

woster@pvre7.org

nbartist@yahoo.com

Laura_klein@dpsk12.org

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PRESENTER: Justine Sawyer FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: justine_sawyer@yahoo.com

Meaningful and Authentic Data Driven Instruction: Comprehensive Digital Portfolios Assessment Looking for a meaningful and authentic way to showcase student data through imagery and reflection? This is my department’s answer to DDI that is relevant and useful. Tips and resources for creating and maintaining online digital portfolios not only in the visual arts classroom but in a comprehensive manner to include your entire fine arts team. MATERIALS TO BRING: note taking tools

PRESENTER: April Cannon FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: ingrid@stoneleafpottery.com

Troubleshooting Glaze Defects Pottery This workshop is for anyone who has opened a kiln expecting wonderful things, only to find disappointment. We will be looking at some common glaze and firing defects and discuss how to avoiding them. Please feel free to bring photographs or pieces you have questions about. MATERIALS TO BRING: Camera or Phone, Questions

PRESENTER: Travis Hill FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: thill1441@gmail.com

Art and At-Risk Youth Diverse populations, Arts integration Art can be a powerful tool in education as well as an important access point for working with at-risk youth. Presented by the Colorado Art Education Association, this session will help you understand the value of Art for at-risk youth, as well as providing strategies and resources for bringing Art into at-risk programs. Facilities staff, General Education teachers, and those working with at-risk populations highly encouraged to attend. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook

justine_sawyer@icloud.com

april@stoneleafpottery.com

tjhill@jeffcoschools.us

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11am

PRESENTER: Donna Goodwin, Kat Potter, Chad Knapp, Samantha Disney-Saxton, Laura Ethridge, Karen Dyra, Katie Brokish FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: donna.goodwin@unco.edu

UNC MA Arts-Based Action Research an assortment - students each had a variety of topics Graduates of the University of Northern Colorado MA in Art and Design program present their research findings as an emergent way of informing practice applicable to a variety of educational settings and for personal renewal. Topics include: What a Choice-based classroom teaches, and how it looks; Modernist/Postmodernist conflicts; Objects as heirlooms; A woman’s experience working in masculine trades; Social and emotional learning in high school; and Friendship and fairness in the elementary art classroom. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

PRESENTER: Lisa Cross FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 11AM-12PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: lcross@d49.org lcross@d49.org

Image transfer on clay 2D Learn how to use mason stain to transfer an image onto a clay slab tile (4x4 inches). Use underglazes to complete your design. MATERIALS TO BRING: Paint Brushes FEE COVERS: clay tile/mason stain/underglazes

colo.donna@gmail.com

$9 Conference Lunch Special!

12PM

PRESENTER: Linda Schmale FEE: $5 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12-1:30PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: Lgschmale@me.com Llschmale@aurorak12,org

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Ceramic Vessel 3D Create a basic cylinder with lid and textures. MATERIALS TO BRING: Clay Tools, Texture FEE COVERS: Clay


Rachael Delaney Painting with Fiber 12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 2

During this workshop participants will create a fiber painting using the technique of needle felting. Various techniques and process will be explored to create vibrant artworks with textural surfaces. In addition to the techniques learned participants will also learn about contemporary textile artistes that employ fiber as a metaphor for meaning making in their work. $6 materials fee. Materials to bring: reference image.

Alicia McKim

The Collagraph Monoprint 12 - 4pm, imperial ballroom 1

In this high-energy workshop participants will work with multiple plates and a variety of inking techniques to create colorful one-of-a-kind prints. This inexpensive and non-toxic process is intuitive, direct, and a fun way to make a print. $10 materials fee. Materials to bring: Scissors, pencil or Fine Point Sharpie, and sense of adventure.

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12:30PM PRESENTER: Kate Hust FEE: $10 AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Hands-On, Demo, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:30-1:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: kathryn.hust@asd20.org

12:45PM

LED Light-Up Pin Badge Mixed Media Add some STEAM to your classroom with this introduction to simple circuits. Learn about materials and techniques to add LED lights to your paper and textile projects. Have some students that would love to create characters with light up eyes or perhaps an edgy fashionista? We will learn how to manipulate foil tape, conductive thread, various LED lights with a power source, to bring life to endless projects with electronics. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, scissors FEE COVERS: LilyPad E-Sewing Proto Snap, conductive thread, needle, colored felt, foil tape, battery, LED lights, instructions

PRESENTER: Janelle Sowers FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: janellemariasowers@gmail.com

Wooly Mandalas Fiber Greetings Colorado artists and educators! I’m back from Mongolia and would love to share a simple wet felting technique I learned from the crafters in Ulaanbaatar with you. Everyone will create a little felted mandala while gaining insights into this ancient textile art. This can be an art making experience just for you or for your classroom. MATERIALS TO BRING: nothing FEE COVERS: wool

PRESENTER: Andrew Beckham FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: abeckham@smanet.org

Working Artist, Working Educator All visual arts disciplines! Artist, author and high school art teacher Andrew Beckham has been making and exhibiting art alongside his career as an art educator for over twenty years. In that time, he has come to see his own creative practice as essential to his success in the classroom. Andrew’s presentation will offer an inspiring and practical guide to establishing and maintaining a personal studio practice that will invigorate and deepen our work with students. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

andrew@andrewbeckham.com

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PRESENTER: Dr. Jeffrey Taylor FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: Saturday TIME: 12:30-1:30pm LOCATION: Peak 9 EMAIL: jtaylor@western.edu

The Colorado Art Market Report Art Market This session presents a report on the Colorado Art Market. This report has been presented each of the last two years at the Colorado Creative Industries Summit and was prepared by the Masters in Gallery Management program at Western Colorado University. The data was drawn from tax and labor statistics and the methodology is now being employed to produce a report on the entire US Art Market which is being funded by an NEA Research: Art Works grant.

PRESENTER: Martin Loftus FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: mloftus46@gmail.com

Perspectives on Changes to the AP Portfolio Curriculum 2D Design and 3D Design This workshop will address changes to the Advanced Placement portfolio curriculum, and discuss best practices for achieving top student scores. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop

PRESENTER: Laura Klein FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: Klein.Laura.Anne@gmail.com

Adaptive Art Projects for an Inclusion Art Experience TAB In this workshop, we will focus on how to make art inclusive for all students, specifically students with special needs. Learn how to broaden creativity and fine motor skills by providing meaningful art experiences for everyone in the classroom. Through sharing my teaching experiences in the inclusive classroom, we will explore independent and collaborative Processes including drawing, painting, printing, and sculpting in a TAB-like atmosphere. Walk away from this workshop with actionable lesson ideas that will make your students feel the joy of success in the art room. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Blick Art Materials FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: W.Meredith@dickblick.com trade-

Arpilleras featuring Paper Clip Felting Mixed Media Originating in Chile in the 1970s, these appliquéd tapestries are a form of art, storytelling, and political protest that serve to empower groups of creative women. Learn about Arpilleras and create a dimensional textile artwork in this Blick Art Materials workshop that features a new faux-felting technique that’s safe and finger-friendly. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

mloftus46@gmail.com

Laura_klein@dpsk12.org

shows@dickblick.com

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12:45PM PRESENTER: Dana Goodier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-1:45PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 3 EMAIL: dagoo_1999@yahoo.com dana.goodier@d11.org

PRESENTER: Andrea Slusarski FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 12:45-3:45PM LOCATION: MEET IN LOBBY EMAIL: andrea.slusarski@gmail.com

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Increase Time on Task in your Art Class! Classroom Management/Student Engagement 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 Hike & Create Plein Air Teachers can all meet together & I will lead on a hike & discussion of plein air painting. This will be a BYOSupplies & I will have hike information for people ahead of time!! MATERIALS TO BRING: Art Materials


1PM

PRESENTER: Clyfford Still Museum FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 1-2:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 14 EMAIL: ebullard@clyffordstillmuseum.org

Responding to Art with Making Art History Art itself is a source of inspiration for artists of all kinds. By responding to art with creative acts, artists across decades, disciplines, and locations can be in conversation with each other. We will explore the ways artists have responded to each other throughout art history, then create our own responses to the work of Clyfford Still. Participants will look closely, make connections, synthesize ideas, and share their learning. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, iPad, Sketchbook, We will provide some basic artmaking materials, but participants should bring anything they’d like to use to create their own artwork.

PRESENTER: Kara Rossi CO-PRESENTER: Claire Mosier FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 1-2:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 15 EMAIL: kara@anschutzcollection.org

Western American Art in Style Art History Discover how Western American Art has stylistically progressed over time with educators from the American Museum of Western Art. We will discuss the evolution of style in Western American Art using specific examples from a range of artists like Frederic Remington, Thomas Hart Benton, and Helen Frankenthaler. Each artist found their own signature style that resonated with them, as we explore these ideas attendees will create a still-life in their own personal style. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies

PRESENTER: Pilar Heslin FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 1-2:PM LOCATION: PEAK 16 EMAIL: pwheslin@hotmail.com

Dia de los Muertos Bas-Relief Skulls Mixed Media We will be creating bas-relief skulls and decorating them in the style of Dia de los Muertos.

PRESENTER: Sam Peck CO-PRESENTER: David Modler FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 1-2PM LOCATION: PEAK 17 EMAIL: Peck0109@umn.edu

Sketchbook and Visual Journal Speed Date Sketchbooks and Visual Journals Bring your sketchbook or visual journal and participate in our interactive session – a speed date where we’ll share in a series of quick opportunities to learn and meet someone new. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Your card or contact information for networking

Peck.sam@gmail.com

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2PM

PRESENTER: Pam Farris FEE: $4 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 1 EMAIL: arcadiademedina@gmail.com

Chain Bracelet 3D Using colored aluminum jump rings, you will make a functional Byzantine or Queen’s pattern chain bracelet from start to finish. MATERIALS TO BRING: Glasses for close up work FEE COVERS: Copies, Jump rings and Clasp

PRESENTER: Stephanie Kuhne FEE: $8 AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Hands-On DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-3:30PM LOCATION: PEAK 6/7 EMAIL: slkuhne@hotmail.com

Jewelry: Salt Water Etching Jewlery Use of electric current with salt water to etch metal. Electrical tape, exatco knives, and easy way to create positive negative space activity that is interesting and easy to do. Etching happens using electrical wire, alligator clips, batteries and salt water soaked q-tips. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook FEE COVERS: 8.00 fee covers blanks, use of resists, use of etching equipment

PRESENTER: Natalie Reed FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: nreed@flagstaffacademy.org

Sub Plans Roundtable Sub Plans Come and walk away with a tool box full of sub plans! We all know that sub plans are the bane of our existence. Let’s help each other out and share our resources and freshen up our sub plans. Come join the discussion. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop, Access to your sub plans

PRESENTER: Kris Heintz Nelson FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: High School TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: kris.heintznelson@unco.edu

Visual Research: Extending Student Ideas Curriculum Students know how to search the internet…but do they know how to conduct visual-research and extend their ideas? This presentation is to share how visual research is introduced and supported in an introductory 2D design course, and how imbedding and supporting the practice has enhanced visual and conceptual execution in student work. MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook

pfarris@jeffco.k12.co.us

slkuhne@hotmail.com

reednm05@gmail.com

chadandkris@msn.com

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PRESENTER: Brooke Gumucio FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 10 EMAIL: yogabrooke84@gmail.com

Color Mixing with Elementary Painting Demo! Set Up! Paint! Clean Up! 45 Minutes... GO! Looking for some simple and effective ways to empower your young artists so that you can effectively manage a painting lesson in less than an hour? Join us as we share some ideas and techniques to streamline a color mixing lesson with primary and intermediate students. MATERIALS TO BRING: Camera or Phone FEE COVERS: tempera paint, paper plates, paper

PRESENTER: Ryan Talbot FEE: $2 AUDIENCE: General TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL: rytalb@gmail.com

Oil Pastel Direct Trace Monotypes Printmaking Do you love the awesome process of Direct Trace Monotypes but HATE working with the mess of Oil Based, or Soy Based, Inks ?!?!?! Well, do I have a VERY simple and low Art Materials for you :D Learn the simple and always successful Printmaking Process of Direct Trace Monotypes using only Oil Pastels and a Ball Point Pen !!! MATERIALS TO BRING: Sketchbook, Drawing Supplies, Paint Brushes FEE COVERS: Supplies that Participants can Work with and Take Home :)

PRESENTER: Greg Custer FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-3PM LOCATION: PEAK 12 EMAIL: greg.custer@thevanguardschool.com

Visual Art Classroom Strategies Student Engagement This workshop will discuss a variety of ideas to engage a higher percentage of students through a stimulating classroom experience. Discussion topics will include: lesson plan guidelines, objectives and assessments, classroom management, processes, and creating a culture that advocates the arts throughout the entire school community. “Last year, I made significant changes to my curriculum that had a major impact on the number of students that I was able to reach.” MATERIALS TO BRING: note taking

PRESENTER: Joseph Marler FEE: $7 AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Hands-On, Demonstration DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: COPPERTOP 2 EMAIL: ceramicjoe@hotmail.com

Watercolor Bookmarks Painting This workshop will demonstrate the use of watercolor and acrylic techniques to create a series of personalized bookmark sized paintings. Participants will create paintings using flat washes, graded washes, wet on wet washes with multiple colors, and by painting acrylic opaquely on top of transparent watercolor washes. MATERIALS TO BRING: Paint Brushes FEE COVERS: Watercolor paint, Acrylic paint, Watercolor paper, pencils, tape, brushes

bgumucio@d49.org

gregcuster@ymail.com

j.marler@brushschools.org

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2PM

PRESENTER: Janet E. Newman, PhD FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: Elementary TYPE: Interactive, Hands-On DAY: Saturday TIME: 2-4PM LOCATION: Coppertop 3 EMAIL: whatsupdocnewman@yahoo.com

3:15PM

Character and Compassion as Art Themes Mixed Media Attend to the problem of bullying, teasing, being left out and intolerance that is so prevalent in our schools. Bring compassion and personal responsibility into the art room with a variety of hands-on and interactive projects. Inspire the students to learn to stand up for what is right and to choose inclusiveness and problem solving through art expression. MATERIALS TO BRING: nothing

PRESENTER: Carrie Miller CO-PRESENTER: FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 3:15-4PM LOCATION: PEAK 8 EMAIL: carriermiller24@gmail.com

Textiles in Your Art Room Textiles Teachers will discover how to boost the investment and learning opportunities of a simple weaving lesson by combining it with a lesson in textile dyes and a discussion of their environmental impacts. The workshop will outline logistics as well as academic benefits of a textiles unit that integrates science and art. Teachers will leave with a small finished weaving, yarn dyed with Kool-Aid and a written lesson plan complete with applicable State standards. MATERIALS TO BRING: Laptop

PRESENTER: Connie Stewart FEE: NONE AUDIENCE: General Audience TYPE: Interactive, Lecture DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 9 EMAIL: connie.stewart@unco.edu

Matters of Interest? Art from the 58th Venice Biennale “May You Live in Interesting Times” Contemporary Art This presentation features artists from the 2019 58th Venice Biennale with information about their countries and contexts of their work. Questions stimulating thought and the voicing of differing viewpoints will be asked. Artists included are Martin Puryear and Arthur Jaffa (United States), Teresa Margolles (Mexico), and Christoph Büchel (Switzerland). National pavilions include Ghana, Lithuania, and Egypt. How do media, materials, and concerns visualized by international artists influence the heart of what matters in art classrooms? MATERIALS TO BRING: Interest in topic

conniestewart@comcast.net

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PRESENTER: TBD FEE: AUDIENCE: TYPE: DAY: SATURDAY TIME: 3:15-4:15PM LOCATION: PEAK 11 EMAIL:

Coming Soon!

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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 2019 Art Educator of the Year!

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CAEA Awards Banquet Saturday, November 9, 2019 6:00 - 8:00pm Colorado Ballroom Join us for dinner as we recognize our 2019 CAEA award recipients.

Vanessa Hayes-Quintana 2019 Marion Quin Dix Award

David Figlino 2019 Distinguished Service Outside the Profession

Lynne D. Zucker 2019 Distinguished Service Outside the Profession

Michelle D. Zuccaro 2019 Distinguished Service Within the Profession

Travis J. Hill 2019 Peter J. Geisser Special Needs Art Educator of the Year

Laura Carter 2019 Emerging Professional Art Educator of the Year

Kelly A. Mansfield 2019 Private School Art Educator of the Year

Craig F. Gassen 2019 Elementary Art Educator of the Year

Virginia Regalado 2019 Middle School Art Educator of the Year

Melissa Calvert 2019 High School Art Educator of the Year

Kari Pepper 2019 Art Educator of the Year

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sunday

event highlights

breakfast with the presdent 8-9am suite 28190 no keys necessary!

rep council conference wrap-up & clean -up

9am-12pm bubble wrap not included

2019 fall conference survey what can we do to make your experience better? https://tinyurl.com/y64twm44

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College of Performing & Visual Arts School of Art & Design ART 513-617 Colorado Art Education Association Fall Conference Art from the Heart Fall 2019 Conference Dates:​ November 7-9, 2019 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: Registration will be through the student portal URSA. To register, you will need to have a UNC student account. If you’ve previously attended UNC, in any capacity, you will have an existing student account. If you have never attended UNC, you’ll need to create a student account. All of the directions for reactivating or creating a student account, and registering for a course can be found on the online course listing here: ​https://extended.unco.edu/courses/courses-workshops/​. *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 2019 Colorado Art Education Conference with further readings, research and reflective writings. Course Requirements: 1. Attend CAEA Fall Conference 2019 2. Pay special attention to keynotes and to work shops that challenge you to think about how play is a complex 127 learning activity


3. In addition to new ideas presented at the conference, research further information about the keynote speakers: Laleh Mehran: ​https://lalehmehran.com/ Sam Peck and David Modler ​https://www.drawandplayhere.com/ 4. The Art of the Heart includes a heartfelt exchange of ideas, information and experiences. Examine the work of Laleh Mehran , noting specifically the W3FI works and Sam Peck and David Modler’s Draw and Play Here project. What do both say about the role of art in contemporary communication? How do new forms for communication and the study of how we communicate affect how “Art from the Heart” is shared? ​Use the in-depth essays and interviews found in the speakers’ websites to expand the idea of artistic exchange. Two other authors who look at artistic exchange are: Maria D. Leake (2012) Art as Social Practice: Exploring the Contemporary, Art Education, 65:2, 25-32, Laurie Marshall (2014) Art as Peace Building, Art Education, 67:3, 37-43 The articles can be emailed to you by Connie Stewart if requested 5) Write a reflection on the CAEA conference that includes specific references to the keynote speakers, additional information found on their websites, and other workshop ideas that address how the art from our own “hearts” plays a role beyond our own expressions to the local and global communities around us. Refer to digital and traditional exchanges of information. The articles can be emailed to you by Connie Stewart if requested Incorporate in your response anything 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 ​December 2, 2019 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. Student Handbook​: UNC’s policies and recommendations for academic misconduct will be followed. Consult your student handbook for university policies on student conduct in the classroom, online, cheating, plagiarism, and other academic expectations. (​https://www.unco.edu/dean-of-students/​) 2. Disability Resources:​ It is the policy and practice of the University of Northern Colorado to create inclusive learning environments. If there are aspects of the instruction or design of this course that present barriers to your inclusion or to an accurate assessment of your achievement (e.g. time-limited exams, inaccessible web content, use of videos without captions), please communicate this with your professor and contact Disability Support Services (DSS) to request accommodations. Office: (970) 351-2289, Michener Library L-80. Students can learn more about the accommodation process at http://www.unco.edu/disability-support-services/​. 3. Honor Code​: All members of the University of Northern Colorado community are entrusted with the responsibility to uphold and promote five fundamental values: Honesty, Trust, Respect, Fairness, and Responsibility. These core elements foster an atmosphere, inside and outside of the classroom, which serves as a foundation and guides the UNC community’s academic, professional, and personal growth. Endorsement of these core elements by students, faculty, staff, administration, and trustees strengthens the integrity and value of our academic climate. Special Term Courses Special Term Courses do not meet during a typical semester (begin or end earlier or later), these courses have different add/drop/withdrawal dates. It is the responsibility of the student to be aware of these dates. Please refer to “special term/short course deadlines” from this link: ​http://www.unco.edu/registrar/current-students/course-add-drop.aspx​, to learn the dates for this course. Billing The UNC Bursar's office will email a billing notification, and information on how to pay, to your student BearMail. Accounts not paid in full by the due date will be assessed a monthly finance charge.


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Conference Locations & Workshop Rooms First Floor

Second Floor Peak 6/7

Coppertop 3

Peak 15

Peak 8

REGISTRATION

Peak 16

Peak 9

Vendor Hall

Peak 17

Peak 10

Peak 14

Peak 11 Peak 12 Coppertop 2

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Third Floor

Open thursday 7am-4pm Open friday & Saturday 7:30am-4pm

Open Friday 8am-4pm Open Saturday 8am-1pm

Peak 1

Fourth Floor

Imperial Ballroom 1 Imperial Ballroom 2


Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center 620 Village Road P.O. Box 2115 Breckenridge, CO 80424 USA Toll Free: 800-265-3560 Direct: 970-453-6000


Teachers,

The Scholastic Art Team would like to extend our thanks for all that you do for your students. By participating in the Scholastic Art Awards, your students are making strides to create a positive future impact in the art world.efforts contribute significantly to Colorado’s wealth of next generation of artists.

IMPORTANT DATES November 7 - 9, 2019: CAEA Conference, High School Workshop Thursday (7th) 11-12pm, Middle School Workshop Friday (8th) 8-9pm January 9, 2020: All artwork must be entered and uploaded on the national website. Signed submission forms need to be mailed. January 11 - 12, 2020: Payment and SIGNED submission forms drop off from 10am-4pm at Cory Elementary School January 16,17,18 Adjudication January 23, 2020: Regional winners announced on coloradoartawards.org February 15 - 16, 2020: Winning artwork drop off, 2D at Mile High Framing 10am-4pm, 3D at History Colorado Center 12pm-4pm February 18,19,20 HCC 21 Chacery Building February 22 - March 28 (Noon), 2020: Scholastic Art Exhibition at the History Colorado Center March 14, 2020: Awards Ceremony at the History Colorado Center March 19, 2020: Red Carpet Premiere for Film, Game, and Animation Winners at the Sie Film Center March 28, 2020: Pick up artwork from 12pm-4pm at the History Colorado Center. No artwork will be retained by the History Colorado Center March 29, 2020: Pick up artwork from 10am-4pm at the History Colorado Center. No artwork will be retained by the History Colorado Center

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2019 CAEA FALL CONFERENCE - "Art from the HeART"  

2019 CAEA Fall Conference Program Book! Check back often for more updates and the most up to date information at the conference.

2019 CAEA FALL CONFERENCE - "Art from the HeART"  

2019 CAEA Fall Conference Program Book! Check back often for more updates and the most up to date information at the conference.

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