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STUDENTS WHO TAKE ART COURSES ARE FOUR TIMES MORE LIKELY TO GET RECOGNIZED FOR HIGH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT.

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President ’s Note ...

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FAEA 2018-2019 BOARD OF DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Lark Keeler lark.keeler@saintandrews.net President-elect Jackie Henson-Dacey jackie.faea@gmail.com Past President Nicole Crane nicole.faea@gmail.com Secretary Steven Miller steve.faea@gmail.com DIVISION DIRECTORS Elementary Kristina Latraverse latraverse.kristina@ brevardschools.org Middle School Christine Schebilski chrisskiarts@gmail.com High School Amiee Sarajian amiee.faea@gmail.com Higher Education Debra McGann debra.mcgann@ucf.edu Museum Claire Clum claireclum.faea@gmail.com Supervisor/Administration Nancy Puri puri.faea@gmail.com APPOINTED POSITIONS Districts Assembly Latonya Hicks lhicks202@gmail.com Retirees Representative Jack Matthews jem_art@yahoo.com MEMBERS-AT-LARGE Sheryl Depp sheryldepp.faea@gmail.com Simoni Bonadies simoni.limeira@polk-fl.net

he arts have been referred to as the first language of humans, because even before we could speak, we expressed our thoughts and ideas through art, movement, music, and dramatic play. Lark Keeler The arts inspire us to use our imagination and engage with all of our President, FAEA senses. We introduce our children to the arts by rocking babies to the beat of a song, singing lullabies, tracing and printing little hands in finger paint, and by reading stories using dramatic voices. Early childhood provides such a richness of opportunities for children to grow and explore the arts. From first marks with an extra thick crayon, to singing and moving to “Itsy, Bitsy Spider,” arts experiences help prepare us for future cognitive thinking and developmental skills. Humans have a desire to make marks. We can look to the ancient workings found in the glyphs of cave art to see how humans craved to leave such marks, make meaning, and craft beauty. Parents may know this urge all too well, after discovering caveman-like scribbles on hallway walls from creative toddlers. Built into each of us is a desire and delight when making marks that are uniquely our own. Mark-making (scribble) gives children the chance to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It is in this very important art experience in which the seeds of handwriting are first planted. Experimentation and investigation, discovery, and curiosity take place in the midst of crayon loops, swirls, zigzags, and shapes. Sensory, verbal, and cognitive learning are engaged when we are immersed in an art experience. As naturally deep thinkers, children do not always have the accessibility of words to express what can be said through the arts. We see this development of investigation and ideation in action when children give us “tours” of their drawings. Children have a terrific sense of narrative when making meaning of their marks, giving story to the art that flows so freely from their fingers. It is opportunities like these, found in arts education, that build skills for reading, writing, and imagination. Whether it is the feel of the materials on the surface of the paper, the urge to express a story or feeling, or investigating an object by looking closely and drawing what is seen, artists of all ages use the tools of mark-making to make meaning and sense of their world in a variety of ways. It is this groundwork that supplies all of us with skills to best approach problem solving, critical thinking, and expression of thought when progressing through academic learning and through life later on as creative humans. Thank you for the important work you do in bringing essential arts education to your students. I hope that your time at conference allows you the freedom and joy of experimentation, investigation, discovery, and curiosity. Enjoy the pleasures of mark-making, pondering, imagining, and savoring all of the textures, sights, and sounds. Delight in being a student once again, and filling your cup with inspired ideas to share with your world. I am so glad you are here.

Lark Keeler President P.S. Don’t forget to express your voice by voting for the future FAEA Board of Directors! The FAEA candidates are an extremely qualified, inspired, and passionate group of visual arts educators. Please take a moment to cast your vote online before November 8, 2019

BOARD CONSULTANT Kathleen D. Sanz, PhD kdsanz@faea.org

The mission of the Florida Art Education Association is to promote art education in Florida through professional development, service, advancement of knowledge, and leadership. The vision of the Florida Art Education Association, hereinafter designated as FAEA or as the Association, is to provide art teachers with the knowledge, skills, and support that will ensure the highest quality instruction possible to all students in Florida.

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WELCOME FROM NEFAEA

The purpose of this publication is to provide information to members. Fresh Paint is a quarterly publication of Florida Art Education Association, Inc., located at 402 Office Plaza Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32301-2757. FALL printed and distributed through postal carrier Conference (October) printed and distributed at the annual conference Winter digital Spring/Summer (May) digital FAEA 2019 Editorial Committee Nicole Crane (Chair) Sheryl Depp Britt Feingold Jackie Henson-Dacey Kristina Latraverse Periodical postage paid, Tallahassee, Florida (USPS 023179). POSTMASTER: Send address changes to FRESH PAINT, 402 Office Plaza Drive, Tallahassee, Florida 32301-2757. Fresh Paint is made possible, in part, by the participation of the businesses whose advertisements appeared in this issue. They make it possible to provide membership with a high quality publication and we gratefully acknowledge their support of FAEA’s mission. We hope that you take special notice of these advertisements and consider the products and services offered. This is another important way you can support your professional association and the enhancement of Florida art education. The publisher does not endorse any particular company, product, or service. The Florida Arts Education Association (FAEA) is not responsible for the content of any advertisement and reserves the right to accept or refuse any advertiserment submitted for publication.

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he Northeast Florida Art Education Association (NEFAEA) and participating art educators of St. Johns County School District (SJCSD) welcome everyone to the 67th Annual FAEA Professional Development Conference. Whether you are attending for the first time or a returning attendee, you will have many opportunities to grow as an art educator during this year’s conference. What has made FAEA conference so amazing in the past remains the same and more. There will be a wide variety of hands-on workshops, speakers on diverse topics, commercial art exhibitors and vendors, and the fabulous Saturday evening “Neon Garden Party.” At the Neon Garden Party, you will be able to enjoy a game of Flamingo Toss, a lively game of Croquet, collaborative art making, dancing, and all kinds of merriment. NEFAEA proudly serves Duval County and its surrounding areas. NEFAEA provides scholarships for teachers to attend FAEA conferences, in addition to other professional development opportunities. NEFAEA also works with local art galleries, The Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens, Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, and the Cathedral Arts Project to send students to their summer art camps. Teachers have the opportunity through NEFAEA to participate in teacher art shows and professional development. In Duval County Public Schools, students participate in various elementary, middle & high school art shows, the Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Competition, FAEA submissions, and Celebration of the Arts. The St. Johns County School District has long supported comprehensive arts education in all of its schools. In grades K-12, students are able to explore a variety of mediums including drawing, painting, pottery, photography, sculpture, mixed media and digital arts. Art is prominently featured in every school, and students are encouraged to participate in local, state, national, and international shows and contests. Each spring in partnership with the St. Augustine Art Association, we host two separate annual art shows, one for middle schools and one for high schools. SJCSD also supports the St. Johns Centers for the Arts, which are located at R. J. Murray Middle School and St. Augustine High School.   We hope that while you are here you will take the time to visit our local museums, beaches, shops, and the many wonderful places to dine. Stop by the NEFAEA table for local information and assistance during the conference. The Northeast Florida Education Association and the St. Johns County School District are pleased to be a part of this year’s FAEA Conference and wish you a marvelous four days. Enjoy,

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS MARILYN STEWART

Conference Sessions:

Keynote Address Opening General Session Thursday, November 7th, 2019 3:30 - 5:00pm Heritage Ballroom

Contemporary Art, Artistic Exploration & Collaboration Through STEAM Friday, November 8th, 2019 \ 9:45 - 11:15am Masters C (paid session)

Coffee with the Author - Davis Publications Friday, November 8th, 2019 \ 7:30 - 8:30am Herritage E (paid session)

Davis Digital: Visual Arts Curriculum and Digital Software Friday, November 8th, 2019 \ 12:00 - 12:50pm Heritage C (Product Showcase)

SKY KIM Conference Session: Scrollin’ with Sky Kim Saturday, November 9th, 2019 11:00am - 3:00pm Masters A (free session)

Keynote Address Second General Session Friday, November 8th, 2019 4:30 - 6:00pm Heritage Ballroom

Conference Etiquette While you are with us, please contribute to a respectful culture.

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Only enter workshops during breaks between individual presentations.

Please respect presenters by keeping noise and conversation, both immediately outside and inside the conference rooms, to a minimum.

Once the workshop is completed, please continue conversations outside of the workshop room so the next presenter can set up.

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Do become involved in discussions, and please show courtesy to the presenter.

Please do not take any display items from our vendors; they usually provide samples if you are interested in their products.

Please wear your name tag prominently so you can be readily identified as an official registrant and for ease of communication.

Cell phones should be turned off during all sessions and presentations.

When you enter a workshop, please only take a handout if you plan on staying for the duration of the event.

Materials, samples, artwork, etc. should remain with the presenter and exhibitors unless you are instructed otherwise.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS DO I HAVE TO BE A FAEA MEMBER TO REGISTER FOR CONFERENCE? No, you do not need to be a member to register. Members may renew their membership during registration and non-members will be provided a complimentary one-year membership with their conference registration. ARE THERE ADDITIONAL FEES TO ATTEND WORKSHOPS OR SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE CONFERENCE? Yes, there is an additional cost and registration required to attend any hands-on workshops and special events like the “Neon Garden Party” and the Awards Breakfast. DO I SIGN UP IN ADVANCE TO ATTEND THE ART FORUM SESSIONS? No, the Art Forum sessions are included in your conference registration and are on a first-come, first-served basis.

WHAT IS THE AWARDS BREAKFAST? The Awards Breakfast will be held on Saturday, November 9, from 7:30am-8:30am. This event honors the 2019 FAEA Award recipients, such as the Florida Art Educator of the Year and the Member Virtual Exhibition Awardees. The event will begin with a hot plated breakfast followed by the presentation of awards to this year’s honorees. There is a fee to attend the Awards Breakfast, and you can purchase tickets during pre-registration. There will be limited tickets available on-site for purchase. IS THE CONFERENCE SCHEDULE IN FAEA’S FALL FRESH PAINT THE FINAL SCHEDULE? No, the conference schedule in the fall Fresh Paint is still subject to change. Conference schedule updates will be posted online at FAEA.org and on the FAEA App.

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FAEA Annual Conference THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2019 and Workshop #)

TIME

EVENT (

8:00am–4:00pm

Registration Open

Reg Desk

8:30am–9:20am

Bringing the Community into the Classroom!

Heritage B

LOCATION

TYPE

PATH

AUDIENCE

PRESENTERS

Forum

Comm

All

Amanda Holloway

8:30am–9:20am

Herding Cats or Teaching Kindergartners Art

Heritage E

Forum

Learn

ES

Rhonda Wilson-Williams

8:30am–9:20am

Let Their Hands Do the Talking

Heritage D

Forum

Adv

ES

Teresa Woodlief

8:30am–9:20am

Using Videos to Spark Students’ Interest

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

ES

Deven Deans

8:30am–9:20am

Decoding Symbols in Contemporary Art

Heritage C

Forum

R&K

MS, HS, Mus

Tami Conrad

8:30am–10:00am

STEAM-ing Prints!

Master C

WKSP

Other

ES, MS

Linda Mangual, Lana Duchene

8:30am–10:00am

Weaving with PLARN

Players A

WKSP

Learn

All

Olga Zarestkyfakelmann

8:30am–10:00am

A Powerful Partnership–Art and Community

Players B

WKSP

Comm

All

Franz Spohn

8:30am–10:00am

Painting with Plasticine

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Ashley Monks

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Marisa Griffin

Cham. Foyer

Tour

Comm

All

Claire Clum

Heritage E

Forum

Comm

ES

Kirstie Martinez Leiland Theriot

101 102 103

104 105

8:30am–10:00am

Sashiko Embroidery

8:30am–3:30pm

Jacksonville Museum Tour

100

9:30am–10:20am

Journey of a New Art Teacher: Tips and Tricks I Learned Along the Way

9:30am–10:20am

Florida Alliance for Arts Education: Designing Lesson Plans for Use on CPALMS

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS, Admin

9:30am–10:20am

Paint the Town!

Heritage D

Forum

Adv

ES, MS, HS, Col, Mus

Amanda Holloway, Deborah Canoura

9:30am–10:20am

Creative Ways to Utilize Pencils & Sticks in Your Art for Eye-catching Results

Heritage C

Forum/PS

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Kathi Hanson

9:30am–10:20am

Digital Scratchboard

Heritage B

Forum

Learn

MS, HS

Theodore LoCascio

10:15am–11:45am

A Different Approach to Perspective

Master C

WKSP

Learn

HS

Shelby Hart

10:15am–11:45am

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Write Like an Egyptian

108

10:15am–11:45am

Art and Crafts of India

109

10:15am–11:45am

Repoussé Relief: Fantastic Creatures in Metal

110

Players B

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, Mus

Nadia Earl, Marlon Zuniga, Mona Schaffel

Players C

WKSP

R&K

MS

Stacey Fisher

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Linda Marie Robinson

10:30am–11:20am

Ready, Set, SHOW!

Heritage D

Forum

Adv

ES, MS

Wendy Stanziano

10:30am–11:20am

Artistic Assessment: Making it Authentic, Applicable, and Accessible

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Mabel Morales, Nancy Puri

11:00am–11:30am

Just Fore! You

Gallery B

Demo

Other

All

Christine Schebilski

11:30am–12:20pm

The Rhythm of Meaning in Teaching and Research

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

All

Michelle Tillander

11:30am–2:30pm

Behavioral Management Super Session

Heritage A/B/C

Super

Learn

All

Keith Jordan

11:45am–12:15pm

Plein Air Ponte Vedra (Part 1)

Gallery B

Demo

Learn

All

Jerilyn Brown

12:00pm–1:30pm

From Top to Bottom: Scaffold Lessons

Master C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Julie Stone

12:00pm–1:30pm

Scratch Art Success for All!

Players A

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Lilian Villalba, Mabel Morales

12:00pm–1:30pm

Part 1 of 2: Creating Traditional “Day of the Dead” 113 Paper-Mache Masks

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Donna Haynes, Chantal Bandoni

12:00pm–1:30pm

Creating Works of Art Using a Ballpoint Pen

Players C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Gerald Obregon

12:00pm–1:30pm

Keep It Moving!

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Julie Smith, Karen Santangelo, Sandra Bourne

111

112

114

115

12:30pm–1:20pm

Community Healing through the Arts

Heritage E

Forum

Comm

All

Maggie Vidal-Santos

12:30pm–1:20pm

Balancing Curriculum and Choice: A TAB-ish Approach to the Art Room

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Deborah Canoura

1:15pm–1:45pm

Virtual Classroom Insider: Using Google Slides to Create Classroom Sites & Resources

Gallery B

Demo

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Trevis Williams

1:30pm–2:20pm

No Gallery, No Problem!

Heritage E

Forum

Adv

ES, MS, HS

Jordan Silvia

1:45pm–3:15pm

Pop Art Tennis Shoe

1:45pm–3:15pm

STEAM - The Art of Engineering

1:45pm–3:15pm

Banksy, Haring, and Graffiti Art

1:45pm–3:15pm

Exploring Plein Air Painting

1:45pm–3:15pm

Kinetic Relief -Reed Sculptures

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WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Jen Deaton

Players A

WKSP

Learn

All

Mabel Morales, Rosa Ansoleaga

Players B

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Britt Feingold

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Kristina Latraverse, Jessica Sodano

Players D

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Latonya Hicks, Kelley Maier


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE PREVIEW and Workshop #)

TIME

EVENT (

LOCATION

TYPE

PATH

AUDIENCE

PRESENTERS

2:00pm–2:30pm

IB Visual Arts/Comparative Study

Gallery B

Demo

Learn

HS

Jackie Henson-Dacey

2:45pm–3:15pm

Plan the Journey, Take the Journey, Describe the Journey; Sharing Strategies for the New Portfolio Requirements for AP Studio Art

Gallery B

Demo

Learn

HS

Barbara Davis

Learn

2:45pm–3:15pm

Watercolor Essentials: Designing with Primary Colors

Gallery A

Demo

3:30pm–5:00pm

Opening General Session

Heritage BR

Keynote

Exhibit Hall

Reception

Comm

All

Master C

WKSP

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Christy Garton

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Kymberly Moreland-Garnett, Irina Ashcraft

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Rachel Silver

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Carolyn Schott

Gallery A

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Debbie Scarbrough

Gallery B

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Glenda Lubiner, Jennifer Pulliam

TKT

Comm

All

Curtis Reid, Marilyn Stewart

5:00pm–6:30pm

Exhibit Hall Opening Reception

7:00pm–8:30pm

Fusing Art and Dance in the Art Classroom

7:00pm–8:30pm

Off the Grid

7:00pm–8:30pm

Fabulous Felt Donuts

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123 124

125

7:00pm–8:30pm

Paper Magic!

7:00pm–8:30pm

Merging Math and Art: Radial Symmetry & Optical Illusions

7:00pm–8:30pm

Build IT Up

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127

MS, HS

Cathy Futral

All

Marilyn Stewart, Lark Keeler

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2019 7:30am–4:30pm

Registration Open

Reg Desk

7:30am–8:30am

Coffee with the Author — Davis Publications

Heritage E

8:00am–8:50am

Pause, Rewind, Play

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

All

Pamela Coffman, Suzi Preston

8:00am–8:50am

Let’s Work Together: Collaborative Art Projects

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

ES

Judith Woodward

8:00am–8:50am

Adaptive Art Tool Magic

Heritage D

Forum

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Marisa Griffin

8:00am–8:50am

The Times, They are A-changing: the New AP Studio Art Exam

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

HS

Marisa Flint

8:00am–9:30am

Stand Up Soft City

Master C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Mus

Julie Davis

Players A

WKSP

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Natalie Hyder

Players B

WKSP

Learn

All

Denise Ertler

Players C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Patricia Beach

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES

Brenda Alicea

Meeting

Comm

Admin

Nancy Puri

201

8:00am–9:30am

Arts Integration: Narrative Collage

8:00am–9:30am

Multi-Technique Flowers

202

203 204

8:00am–9:30am

Fibonacci Transformation

8:00am–9:30am

From Painting to Writing: Textures, Collages, and Writing 205 (Cross-Curricular Integration)

8:00am–11:10am

Art Supervisors’ Meeting

Gallery A/B

8:30am–1:00pm

Commercial Exhibit Hall

Exhibit Hall

Comm

9:00am–9:50am

Staying Artistically Alive

Heritage C

Forum

Other

All

David Chang

9:00am–9:50am

REDI Area Teaching Artist Residency in Belle Glade

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

ES, Admin

Leiland Theriot

9:00am–9:50am

Public Art Performance at the Annual Capitol Chalk Walk

Heritage B

Forum

Comm

HS, Col

Teresa Coates, Julie Childers, Debra Barrett-Hayes

9:00am–9:50am

Wearable Art–A Successful History

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

MS, HS

Simoni Limeira-Bonadies

9:00am–9:50am

Docent Assessment

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

Mus

Dulcie Hause, Claire Clum

9:45am–11:15am

Contemporary Art, Artistic Exploration and Collaboration 206 Through STEAM

Master C

WKSP

Learn

All

Marilyn Stewart

9:45am–1:15am

Part 2 of 2: Creating Traditional “Day of the Dead” 208 Paper-Mache Masks

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Donna Haynes, Chantal Bandoni

9:45am–11:15am

No Kiln, No Problem

Players A

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Andrea Obenland

9:45am–11:15am

Caring Art Programs Make a Difference

209

Players C

WKSP

Adv

ES, Col

Susannah Brown, Donna Casanas, SuzAnne Devine Clark

9:45am–11:15am

little black sketchbook: insect drawings

210

Players D

WKSP

Learn

All

Susan Feliciano

10:00am–10:50am

Compositional Secrets of Leonardo da Vinci— Celebrating the 500th Anniversary

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

All

David Chang

10:00am–10:50am

Teaching How To Critique

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

All

Olga Zarestkyfakelmann

ROOMS LOCATIONS: Cham. Foyer = Chapions Foyer Heritage BR = Heritage Ballroom Reg = Regisration Desk

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EVENT TYPE: Forum = Art Forum Spec = Special Event WKSP = Workshop Super = Super Session Demo = Demonstration PS = Product Showcase TKT = Ticketed Event

PATHWAYS: Comm = Community R&K = Research & Knowledge Learn = Learning Adv = Advocacy

AUDIENCES: ES = Elementary School MS = Middle School HS = High School Col = College/University

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE and Workshop #)

TIME

EVENT (

10:00am–10:50am

Moving All Children Up! In Your Individual Professional Development Plan—Where to Get Data You Need

LOCATION

TYPE

PATH

AUDIENCE

PRESENTERS

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Ruthie Platt, Debra Barrett-Hayes

10:00am–10:50am

The Kandinsky Experience

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

ES, MS

Simoni Limeira-Bonadies

10:00am–10:50am

Impact of K-12 Single Visits to Art Museums Study

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

All

Kylee Crook

11:00am–11:50am

Nervous about Burning Your School Down?

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

All

Kristina Latraverse

11:00am–11:50am

Someone Who Looks Like Me

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

ES

Cindy Jesup

11:00am–11:50am

Here We Go Again! 100+ Years of Knowledge

Heritage E

Forum

Comm

ES, MS, HS

Jack Matthews, Judy Lyon, Janice Knestrick, Bonnie Bernau, Tom Prestopnik

11:00am–11:50am

Art Education for Civic Engagement

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS, Col

Sara Shields, Danielle Henn

Gallery A/B

Forum

Comm

Col, Admin

Nancy Puri

Master C

WKSP

Learn

All

Kathy Skaggs

11:15am–12:00pm

Future Art Teachers Forum

11:30am–1:00pm

Symmetrical Art Deco Tiles

11:30am–1:00pm

On Your Mark, Get Set, DoodleBot! A STEAM based art lesson

11:30am–1:00pm

“Epic” Art/Artists- Brainstorm/Make your Pie in the Sky Idea

11:30am–1:00pm

Circle Painting- School-Wide Coolaborative Mural

11:30am–1:00pm

To Bee or Not to Bee: Traditional Batik and Beyond

211

214 215

212 213

Players A

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Steven Miller

Players B

WKSP

Learn

HS

Jennifer Gifford

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES

Allyson Barner, Eleni Strawn

Players D

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Kelly King, Heather Hagy

12:00pm–12:50pm

Campus Beautification

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

All

Gina Baldauf

12:00pm–12:50pm

So You Want to Be a Doctor! What Next?

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

All

Glenda Lubiner

12:00pm–12:50pm

Davis Digital: Visual Arts Curriculum and Digital Software

Heritage C

Forum/PS

Learn

All

Curtis Reid, Marilyn Stewart

12:00pm–12:50pm

Enhancing Creativity Through Yoga and Meditation

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

MS, HS, Col, Mus, Admin

Judy Lyon

1:15pm–2:50pm

Elementary School Division Meeting

Heritage A

Meeting

Comm

Col

Kristina Latraverse

1:15pm–2:50pm

High School Division Meeting

Heritage C

Meeting

Comm

ES

Amiee Sarajian

1:15pm–2:50pm

Higher Education Division Meeting

Master C

Meeting

Comm

HS

Debra McGann

1:15pm–2:50pm

Middle School Division Meeting

Heritage B

Meeting

Comm

MS

Christine Schebilski

1:15pm–2:50pm

Museum Division Meeting

Heritage D

Meeting

Comm

Mus

Claire Clum

1:15pm–2:50pm

Retirees Group Meeting

Heritage E

Meeting

Comm

Retirees

Jack Matthews

2:15pm–2:45pm

Sketchbooks: An Untidy Adventure

Master C

Demo

R&K

All

Deborah Canoura

2:15pm–3:50pm

Museum and Supervision/Administration Divisions Roundtable

Heritage D

Forum

Learn

Mus, Admin

Nancy Puri, Claire Clum

2:15pm–3:50pm

Money Money Money!!!

Heritage B

Forum

Adv

All

Ashley Monks

2:15pm–3:50pm

STEAM Animation

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

ES, MS

Susan Wessel

2:15pm–3:50pm

Teaching Toward Social Justice

Heritage C

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Sara Shields

2:15pm–3:15pm

Districts Assembly Meeting

Heritage E

Meeting

Comm

All

Latonya Hicks

2:15pm–3:45pm

Wild About Animal Prints

2:15pm–3:45pm

Self Portrait Cards

2:15pm–3:45pm

Color and Culture—The Color of Me, The Color of Us

2:15pm–3:45pm

Vincent van Gogh Skies, Skyscrapers, and Arrays!

216

217 218 219

Players A

WKSP

Learn

ES

Judith Woodward

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Jack Van Dam

Players C

WKSP

Learn

All

Franz Spohn

Players D

WKSP

R&K

ES

Linda McAnarney, Kathy Jones

2:15pm–3:45pm

Recycling into Color Theory

220

Gallery A

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Anna Marie Sealey

2:15pm–3:45pm

Surrealism Potrait Paintings

221

Gallery B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Christine McCormick

Comm

All

Learn

MS, HS All

Sky Kim, Lark Keeler

Comm

All

Krista Schiller

2:15pm–4:30pm

Commercial Exhibit Hall

Exhibit Hall

3:45pm–4:15pm

Every Student Succeeds: How to Use Collage to Make Every Student Feel Confident

Master C

Demo

4:30pm–6:00pm

Second General Session

Heritage BR

Keynote

6:15pm–8:15pm

Ringling Reception

Arbor BR

Reception

9:00pm–10:30pm

Artist Bazaar

Master’s Foyer

Spec

Comm

All

9:00pm–10:30pm

Lesson Plan Exchange

M-A

Spec

Learn

All

ROOMS LOCATIONS: Cham. Foyer = Chapions Foyer Heritage BR = Heritage Ballroom Reg = Regisration Desk

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PATHWAYS: Comm = Community R&K = Research & Knowledge Learn = Learning Adv = Advocacy

AUDIENCES: ES = Elementary School MS = Middle School HS = High School Col = College/University

Kyndil Rogers

Steven Miller

Mus = Museum Admin = Administration/ Supervision

OTHER: = Additional Fee = Off-site location


CONFERENCE SCHEDULE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 2019 and Workshop #)

TIME

EVENT (

7:30am–4:30pm

Registration Open

7:30am–8:30am

FAEA Awards Breakfast

Arbor Ballrm

8:30am–11:00am

Commercial Exhibit Hall

Exihibit Hall

LOCATION

TYPE

PATH

AUDIENCE

PRESENTERS

Reg Desk TKT

Comm

All

Comm

All

10:00am–10:30am

Using Recyclables in the Art Room

Gallery A

Demo

Learn

ES

Sheryl Depp

10:00am–10:50am

Laughter and Breathing Exercises

Heritage A

Forum

Other

All

Rhoda Ross

10:00am–10:50am

Philosophers’ Corner: Theory

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

All

Jeffrey Broome, Claire Clum

10:00am–10:50am

Spanish Mosaics: Wait ‘til You See the WHOLE Picture

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

All

Lourdes Fuller

10:00am–10:50am

Typography Art and Design

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Joo Kim

10:00am–11:30am

Tape Art — Davis Publications

Master C

WKSP

Learn

All

Michael Towsend, Leah Smith

Players A

WKSP

Learn

HS, Col

Latonya Hicks, Lisa Bagley

Players B

WKSP

R&K

ES, MS

Natalie Hyder

Players C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Susannah Brown, Andrew Hoffman, Iris Norris

301

302

10:00am–11:30am

Figure_ IT_OUT!

10:00am–11:30am

Habits of the Studio Mind

10:00am–11:30am

Charcoal and Graphite Expressions

10:00am–11:30am

Sight-Size Drawing

10:00am–11:30am

Write?? Right!

303 304

305

306

Players D

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

David Chang

Gallery B

WKSP

Other

All

Pamela Coffman, Suzi Preston

Gallery A

Demo

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Jack Van Dam

All

Angela Bolaños, Santiague Deprez

10:45am–11:15am

101 Images of the Mona Lisa

11:00am–11:50am

A Kaleidoscope of Opportunities: Engaging Multi-Generational Audiences through a Sustainable Interactive Piece

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

11:00am–11:50am

How to Promote Your Program

Heritage C

Forum

Adv

ES, MS, HS

Kristina Latraverse Denisse De Leon

11:00am–11:50am

Dali in the Classroom: Museum Resources for Teachers

Heritage B

Forum

Learn

ES, MS, HS, Mus

11:00am–11:50am

Philosophers’ Corner: Practice in the Elementary Setting

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

ES, College, Admi

Claire Clum, Susannah Brown, Andrew Hoffman, Claire Clum

11:00am–3:00pm

Scrollin’ with Sky Kim

Master A

Spec

Learn

All

Sky Kim

11:30am–12:00pm

Stop Blowing Bubbles with Your Straw!

Gallery A

Demo

Learn

All

Steve VanDam

Learn

ES, MS, HS, Mus

Julie Davis

307

Master C

11:45am–1:15pm

Arpilleras Featuring Paper Clip Felting

11:45am–1:15pm

Crayon Resist Paper Quilt Squares

11:45am–1:15pm

Talking Sticks and Medicine Wheels

11:45am–1:15pm

Building Community Through Shotgun Houses and Family Rituals

308 309 310

311

WKSP

Players A

WKSP

Learn

ES

Iris Norris

Players B

WKSP

Learn

ES

Donna Haynes, Chantal Bandoni

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, Mus

Susan Johnson, Heidi Powell, Kimberly Thomas

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Joanna Davis-Lanum

Gallery B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Mus

Christopher Roll

11:45am–1:15pm

Tunnel Books

11:45am–1:15pm

A Place Imagined: Architecture Perspective Drawing

12:00pm–12:50pm

Confections + Conventions—Convert Kitchens (and classrooms) into Printmaking Studios

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

ES, MS, HS, Mus

Patrick Grigsby

12:00pm–12:50pm

Street Painting as Art Advocacy

Heritage C

Forum

Adv

ES, MS, HS, Mus

Jamie Schwerstein

12:00pm–12:50pm

Deep Dive: Cummer in the Classroom - A Museum/School Partnership

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

ES, Mus, Admin

Dulcie Hause

12:15pm–12:45pm

One Day Fun Day Art Activities to Enhance your Curriculum

Gallery A

Demo

Other

MS, HS

Kimberly Piercy

312

1:00pm–1:50pm

Ceramic Mosaic Mural Making: The River Wise Project

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

All

Tiffany Gonzalez

1:00pm–1:50pm

Utilizing Visual Arts Education to Foster Resilience in Youth

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

All

Jessica Katz

1:00pm–1:50pm

AP Studio Art Forum

Heritage D

Forum

Comm

HS

Amiee Sarajian

1:00pm–1:50pm

The Mural Project

Heritage B

Forum

Adv

MS, HS

Brandie King

1:00pm–2:00pm

Big Giveaway for New Art Teachers

Heritage E

Spec

Comm

Novice Art Teachers

Jack Matthews

1:30pm–3:00pm

Travels with a Sketchbook

Master C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Mary Ann Miller

Players A

WKSP

Learn

All

Olga Zarestkyfakelmann

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Jennifer Gifford

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, Admin

Karen Simmons, Cynthia Guinn

313

1:30pm–3:00pm

Straw Sculptures: Linking Art and Mathematics

1:30pm–3:00pm

Abstraction of Trees—A la Mondrian

1:30pm–3:00pm

Art Journaling for Students with a Twist

314

315 316

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE and Workshop #)

TIME

EVENT (

1:30pm–3:00pm

Wyland, Eco-Artist Multimedia Collage

1:30pm–3:00pm

The Spirit of Sumi-e: Exploring the Ancient Asian Art $ 318

2:00pm–2:50pm

317

Art Education Graduate Programs in Florida: Masters and Doctoral Degrees

LOCATION

TYPE

PATH

AUDIENCE

PRESENTERS

Players D

WKSP

Learn

All

Colleen Schmidt

Gallery B

WKSP

Adv

ES

Kim Chauncy, Pamela King

All

David Chang, Heidi Powell, Michelle Tillander, Susannah Brown, Sara Shields, Jeffrey Broome, Amber Ward

Heritage D

Forum

Comm

2:00pm–2:50pm

Colourblind Awareness

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

All

Tracey Lawrence Asby

2:00pm–2:50pm

Connecting the Artist to The Art Room Using Social Media

Heritage A

Forum

Learn

All

Ashley Monks

2:00pm–2:50pm

Soundstitching

Heritage E

Forum

Comm

All

Cassia Kite

2:00pm–2:50pm

Effective Inclusion in the Art Room

Heritage C

Forum

R&K

HS

Jerilyn Brown

3:00pm–3:50pm

Emerging Leaders: Creative Leadership

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

All

Jackie Henson-Dacey

3:00pm–3:50pm

Invisible Labor: Uncovering the Hidden Work of Art Education

Heritage D

Forum

R&K

All

Danielle Henn

3:00pm–3:50pm

pARTnerships for Positive Outcomes in Art Education

Heritage B

Forum

Comm

All

Laurie Hoppock, Allison Galloway-Gonzalez

3:00pm–3:50pm

Isolated Photography for Reluctant Artists

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

MS, HS

Krista Hemmer

3:00pm–3:50pm

How the Arts Affect Learning Comprehension in STEM Courses

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

MS, HS, Admin

Tiffany Jennings

3:15pm–4:45pm

Repoussé—The Art of Metalworking

Master C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Andrea Obenland

3:15pm–4:45pm

Working with Warhol: Pop Art Explorations

320

Players A

WKSP

R&K

ES, MS, HS, Col

Wendy Dickinson

3:15pm–4:45pm

Recycled Reefs: A Swim Noodle Sculpture!

321

Players B

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Joanna Davis-Lanum

3:15pm–4:45pm

Collagraph Printmaking

322

Players C

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Jordan Silvia

3:15pm–4:45pm

Photographing Small Subjects with Scientific Photographer, 323 Walter Lara (RBP)

Players D

WKSP

Learn

Col, Mus

Walter Lara

3:15pm–4:45pm

Border Crossing with Visual Journals: A Path to Culturally-responsive 324 Teaching

Gallery A

WKSP

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Jennifer Garcia

3:15pm–4:45pm

Beyond Coiled Baskets

4:00pm–4:50pm

Be a Leader, Not a Follower

319

325

Gallery B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col

Patricia Beach

Heritage E

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Julie Levesque

4:00pm–4:50pm

Creative Collaboration and Classroom Climate in Art Education

Heritage A

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

Alli Flores

4:00pm–4:50pm

Making STEAM in the Art Room

Heritage B

Forum

R&K

ES, MS, HS

P Phillips, Ric Ledbetter

4:00pm–4:50pm

Teaching Digital Art on an iPad

Heritage C

Forum

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Nicole Eiler, Lori Manning

7:15pm–8:00pm

Tape Art Pre-Party—Sponsored by Davis Publications

Hrtg Ballrm

TKT

Comm

All

Michael Towsend, Leah Smith

8:00pm–11:00pm

Neon Garden Party

Hrtg Ballrm

TKT

Comm

All

Jackie Henson-Dacey

WKSP

Learn

All

Jerilyn Brown Melissa DeFabrizio, Gianelle Gelpi

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2019 8:00am–9:45am

Registration Open

8:00am–9:30am

Plein Air Ponte Vedra (Part 2)

Reg Desk 401

Players A

8:00am–9:30am

Paste Paper Accordion Books

8:00am–9:30am

Happy Accidents: Layering Color and Line With Simple Materials

8:00am–9:30am

Pizzatarians Rejoice! Come Make a Pizza!

9:45am–11:15am

Draw with Thread, an Embroidery Experience

9:45am–11:15am

Beyond the Original Image: Combine Photo and Traditional 406 2D media.

9:45am–11:15am

Scribble Bots

9:45am–11:15am

Designing Your Own Fabric with Finger Painting

ROOMS LOCATIONS: Cham. Foyer = Chapions Foyer Heritage BR = Heritage Ballroom Reg = Regisration Desk

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2019 Conference

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WKSP

Learn

MS, HS, Col, Mus, Admin

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS, Col, Mus

Brian Moody

Players D

WKSP

Learn

All

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Players A

WKSP

Learn

ES

Natalie Steratore, Laura Irmis

Players B

WKSP

Learn

MS, HS

Angela Fout

Players C

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS, HS

Kelly King, Heather Hagy

Players D

WKSP

Learn

ES, MS

Zahra Farooq

PATHWAYS: Comm = Community R&K = Research & Knowledge Learn = Learning Adv = Advocacy

AUDIENCES: ES = Elementary School MS = Middle School HS = High School Col = College/University

Mus = Museum Admin = Administration/ Supervision

OTHER: = Additional Fee = Off-site location


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FAEA Fresh Paint 2019 Conference Program  

Information and a brief schedule for the FAEA 2019 Annual Conference. For the complete schedule with descriptions and photos, exhibitor list...

FAEA Fresh Paint 2019 Conference Program  

Information and a brief schedule for the FAEA 2019 Annual Conference. For the complete schedule with descriptions and photos, exhibitor list...

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