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RE: [teacherartexchange] NAEA 2009


From: Amy Broady (abroady_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 09 2008 - 11:31:17 PST

Congratulations Rhonda and Barbara! I hope I get to attend those

I was thrilled to get acceptance notices as well for two my two proposals,
"STARGAZER STORY QUILT: a Daydreamer's Vision Materializes in a Colorful,
Imaginative, Collaborative Skyscape"
"Hunder-WHO???!!! HUNDERTWASSER! Austrian-born Painter and "Doctor of
Architecture" Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000): A 20th Century Artist
with a 21st Century Vision."
(With such tight word limits on catalog descriptions, I make full use of the
number of words we can use in our titles!)

Amy in TN

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Congratulations Ronda!

I had two accepted
Mandala Mosaics
about a school-wide (K-8) mosaic project I did last year

Team Building with Buildings
an entire term on architecture I did with fifth grade

Now here's the REAL challenge-convincing my new administration to
grant me conference days so I can attend the convention. I'll need
only two since the convention overlaps our spring school vacation.
But I was also appointed to the arts education advisory committee for
my state's dept. of education, and I needed a conference day to attend
a day long meeting (the rest are after school). I also applied for a
grant to take a target group on a museum field trip meaning the
district would have pay for coverage for the classes I have that day
who are not coming with me. I teach K-8, so there is a broad spread,
and art provides contractual planning time for teachers.

All that being said, I am not going to book the flight and hotel to
Minneapolis until I have the approved conference form in hand.

Wish me luck,
Barbara from Boston

Quoting Ronda Sternhagen <>:

> Woody and others,
> I am so excited that my first NAEA convention proposal has been
> accepted! I feel that I am joining the ranks of the great!
> It's just a little session called "You Can Have Your Art and Eat It
> Too!" It is a lesson that teaches palette knife painting using cakes
> and frosting before moving on to paint. My students always seem so
> 'freaked out' when I tell them that we are going to do palette knife
> painting next. They see how it is like frosting a cake, and then all
> is well. The cakes are then auctioned off to benefit a community
> organization. Service Learning at it's best.
> Thanks for letting me burst my news...
> Ronda in Iowa
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