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[teacherartexchange] NAEA 2007 Presentations to see

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From: Judy Decker (judy.decker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Mar 06 2007 - 12:49:24 PST


Dear Art Educators,

Here is a compilation of list members' presentations at NAEA (from Art
Education, ArtsEducators and TeacherArtExchange lists)
They are NOT in order. TAB presentations and Friends of TAB are listed below.

Here is a file with AP Presentations listed (from AP Studio list)
http://www.princetonol.com/groups/iad/Files/NAEA-AP.htm

Wednesday

Wow 'em!
Wednesday, 9:00- 9:50am
Ann Ayers, Ellen McMillan and Liberty McMillan

Lawn Painting, artist feast, Artist Trading Cards, Funky Fashion
show, Pinwheels for Peace, Monster Mash, Cow Parade, Lawn Painting,
the Mad Hatter's Tea Party, Thinking Caps, Empty Bowls, Stand-up
Artists and much more- forget the annual art exhibit - build
excitement and support for your art program - join us and see how to
jump out of the box, try something different, and Wow 'em!!

This fast-paced visual presentation will set your head spinning and
get the wheels turning as you imagine the possibilities for YOUR art
program and YOUR school!

Donnalyn Shuster
The Past Meets The Present - Using Electronic Media in Art Criticism
Middle/High School
Wednesday, 2 - 2:50 p.m. Bryant Suite: Second Floor

Nicole Brisco will be doing a presentation at NAEA. It is on innovative uses
for sketchbooks and how to motivate students to use them for idea
books to explore concentration and media. The info can also be used
in a variety of levels leading up to AP.
Here is the info:
Nicole Brisco
New Road Tested AP Concepts: Part V
Wed Lincoln Suite, 4th Floor
11:00 AM- 11:50 AM

Linda Kieling
Wed 4:00 - 4:25
Concourse C

Tribute Tins

It is important to help middle school students find a sense of self as
well as a sense of community. In this exploration students interview
their fellow classmates to learn more about that individual. Working
in pairs students also take digital images of each other to use. Their
goal is to incorporate this learning into a small, pocket sized work
as a tribute to the classmate. Metal mint tins (like Altoids) are used
as the foundation. Found objects, trinkets and specialty papers are
added to represent the student both symbolically as well as literally.
Works are then presented to the class as an introduction of that
student. Historical and contemporary artists creating work that pays
tribute to someone or something are examined. Discussion about
possible integrations, project structure, resources and assessment
will be included in this presentation.

Wednesday March 14 at 3:00 Concourse D Curriculum and
Instruction Audience Category All.
The title of my presentation is *Professional Artist
Teaching Artist*
Professional Artist Patz Fowle takes you on a *visual
journey* to discover the innovative *Patz Process
Ceramic Technique* and shows how visiting artists
enrich art education programs in schools. I hope to
see some of you there. The presentation will be fun
and motivating, For more information visit
http://www.patzfowle.com

Nancy Walkup and Pam Stephens
Wednesday 4:00, "Get Published" - helpful hints on publishing
articles, books, and other teacher resources
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Thursday

Thomas Hart Benton: Murals on Seventh Avenue
Thursday 6:00 - 6:50P
Dr. Debbie Greh & Sharon Henneborn co-presenting
(This is a presentation of a student film about Thomas Hart Benton
with short walk to view Benton Murals a few blocks from the Hilton)

Amy Broady
Thursday, 2:00-2:50pm:
"Winter Trio-Snowflakes, Poinsettias, and Doves: Fresh Projects that
Celebrate the Season"
Catalog Description:
A new approach to snowflake design-no folding/cutting required;
O'Keeffe-inspired
poinsettia painting project that encourages unique color choices and blends;
peace dove paper collages inspired by Picasso and Matisse.
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Friday

Amy Broady
Friday, 9:00-10:50pm: Hands-on Workshop Studio
"Overcoming Creative Block with Soft Block Carving"
Catalog Description:
Participants will design and carve small-scale relief images on vinyl eraser
and soft blocks. Printing multiples will allow participants to experiment
with various papers and inks and to share their images with peers.
Participants will be able to embellish their prints and design business
cards, notecards, and/or minibooks.

Barry Lucy and Vivian Komando
Three on a Match! Strategies for the Three AP Studio Art Portfolios,
Friday, 7pm - 7:50 pm, Clinton Suite, 2nd floor. It is strategies for
teachers teaching the 3 portfolios in one class.

Linda Kieling
Friday 8-8:25 am
Concourse D

You Want Us to What?...or Using technology to talk about art!

Remember they love text and instant messaging so why not use
DiscussIt! a motivating web based forum where middle school students
learn to explore, evaluate and exchange ideas about art.

"Communication permeates education" (Taylor, 1987) Using DiscussIt!,
a web based forum, middle school students regularly look at and talk
critically about historic and cultural art exemplars as well as their
own works. Technology use is motivating and engaging for this age
student. It offers them the chance to explore, exchange, and evaluate
ideas in a format that they are comfortable and familiar with.

While adults tend to view text messaging, instant messaging and e-mail
as impersonal forms of communication, the perceptions of adolescences
are different. Literally growing up with technological advancements,
students are content with this type of contact. Because this
discussion format both suits their perspective of communication
desires while providing opportunities for dialog centered on art, it
is important for art educators to delve into it as a resource.

Examples of works, communications, and vocabulary will be shared along
with procedures for implementing this important kind of forum.

Linda Kieling
Friday 9 -9:50 pm
Midtown Suite, 4th floor
East Coast/West Coast: Creating and Solving Artistic Problems

Two Middle school art teachers: one in South Carolina and a colleague
from Oregon continued a third year of investigating how their students
construct problems and make meanings through art making. Middle
school art students researched selected artists and worked in teams or
individually to create interpretations of their research of
artists' "big ideas" in visual form. The art teachers used lessons
learned from the last two years as they helped their students to
create their own artistic problems, inspired by their research into
selected contemporary artists, the artists' influences and historical
precedents. When the studio projects were complete, students exchanged
digital photos of their work, along with their artist statements, and
then responded with written feedback (criticism). The exchange reveals
cultural differences along with have common interests and concerns
which center on important human issues and ideas. Examples of the
student processes will be shown during the presentation.

Book Arts (hands~on presentation)
Friday 9:00-10:50PM
Stephanie Krause & Sharon Henneborn co-presenting
(Stephanie is my former middle school student who has a Masters from
the center for Book Arts in NYC)
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Saturday

Artist Trading Cards Build Community
Saturday, 11:00-11:50 am Madison Suite second floor
Mary Elizabeth Meier, Kris Fontes and Craig Roland

Got Legos? Let's Animate! The Art of Stop Motion Animation
Saturday, 9:00-9:25 pm Concourse D concourse level
Kris Fontes
*** short and sweet (with handouts)

Nancy Walkup and Pam Stephens
Saturday, 11:00, ""Student Teacher Survival Guide" - guidelines to
assist cooperating teachers, supervisors, and (of course) student
teachers

8PM Saturday
Exploring Self Through Images a
nd PhotoShop
Cynthia Gaub
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Sunday

Sun 12:00 PM to 12:50 PM
Elementary
Concourse F, Concourse Level
Colora Fiesta/CI
Presented by: Lauren C. Phillips with Jeannette S. Anthos
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The TAB Partnership is presenting six sessions in New York:

Wednesday 3 PM
Think about IT: How School Rebels and Others Find Success in the Choice-based
classroom
Kathy Douglas and Nan Hathaway

Thursday 2 PM
Luckyville: Students Take Ownership of the School Art Exhibit
Diane Jaquith

Friday 4 PM
Whose Idea is It, Anyway?
Diane Jaquith

Friday 9 PM
Authentic Printmaking Techniques for the Busy Classroom
Kathy Douglas

Saturday 11 AM
Kindergarten Alert! DBAE and Choice-based Art Education in the Kindergarten
Art Program
Clyde Gaw, Connie McClure, Clark Fralick

Saturday� 2 PM
Digital Dynamics: Wired in the Choice Art Room
Clyde Gaw, Clark Fralick

In addition, High School teacher Barbara Andrews will be presenting two
sessions on student-centered art at that level:
WED 11 AM
Educating the Whole Child

SAT 2 PM
Art: The Heimlich Maneuver for At-Risk Students

Also from this list and friends of TAB:

4 PM Thursday
The Art of Creating Live TV
Harold Olejarz

9PM Friday
Children's Video Art Film Festival
Ilona Szekely, George Szekely

8PM Saturday
Exploring Self Through Images and PhotoShop
Cynthia Gaub

Watch for the national Teaching for Artistic Behavior display in the lobby of
the Hilton convention hotel.� We hope to see many of you in New York City!
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Have fun!

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