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RE: Who Is Presenting at NAEA?


From: Broadwater, Katherine (KBroadwater_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Feb 06 2005 - 19:05:52 PST

Please add me to your list. I am presenting at 8:00 am on Saturday morning: Patterns from Arabia to the Renaissance.
All are welcome.
Kay Broadwater

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        In a message dated 2/6/05 8:01:16 PM, writes:

                I thought I would put a feature on Art News with
                everyone listed who is presenting at NAEA

        Hi Judy:
        Here are some presentations of interest at Boston NAEA by list members or those whose names have come up on the list. Most titles are self-explanatory.
        It should be a great conference (hope we are finished with blizzards around here!
        kathy douglas
        Fri 10 AM Cathy Topal - Building blocks of architecture
        Fri 4 Pm Clyde Gaw & Clark Fralick - Transition to choice-based art teaching (TAB)
        Sat 8 am George Szekely - the video art of children
        Sat 4 pm Peter London holistic art education
        Sun 8 am Clyde Gaw and Clark Fralick - electronic portfolios and choice (TAB)
        Sun 11 am - Diane Jaquith and John Crowe - authentic collaboration (TAB)
        Sun 4 pm Kathy Douglas, Cathy Topal, Bob Hepner - Panel discussion on the power of objects (TAB connection)
        Mon 8 am - Diane Jaquith - This is not art, this is engineering: found object sculpture (TAB)
        Mon 2 pm - John Giordano and John Crowe - nurturing the artist/teacher
        Saturday 5-7 pm Salon reception "Boox&Dex&Box with George Szekely et. al sponsored by TAB
        Friday-Tuesday (hours TBA) "Art from Choice-Based Schools" exhibit at the Arnheim Gallery, Mass. College of Art, Huntington Avenue (near conference) Work from 17 schools in 6 states, accompanied by photos, multimedia and student artist statements.
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