I am much indebted to Dr. Lisa Jameson for inviting me to participate in the Northern Kentucky University visual arts regional conference.
|How do learners follow lines of flight and what does nomadic learning look like in a rhizomatic art education curriculum?|
Pinterest Princess with Debbie Calhoun (K-12)
A “Make and Take” presentation exploring ways teachers have revamped classroom projects. If you aren’t already addicted to Pinterest, you will be soon…
Using Design in your Art Class with Jennifer Baldwin (HS/MS)
Presenting a complete program in design covering every design area with resources and opportunities for your students to compete with other students. Design Thinking methods and Project Based Education will be discussed.
11:00-11:25 Formative Assessment in the Art Classroom with Nikki Everett (ES)
Resources and examples to provided to include a variety of formative assessments into your already busy class.
11:25-11:50 We Are Family! Come Meet the Art Supply Family! (ES)
Learn how giving art supplies a personality has changed the way Leslyn’s k-5 art students treat materials.
On your own! Your program for the day will include a list of local suggestions.
Keynote Speaker: Clyde Gaw
Choice Based Art Education: Teaching for Artistic Behavior (TAB)
Clyde will present evidence of the profound learning experience that occurs when children are active participants in their art education curriculum planning and decision making. Additional presentations will be made by local teachers who have worked with TAB in their classrooms. Question and answer to follow.
2:30-2:55 Sandy Skoglund Installations with Corie J. Edens (MS/HS)
Presenting a lesson using sculpture, installation and collaboration based on the work of Sandy Skoglund.
3:00-3:50 Aubrey Beardsley with Sarah Nestheide (HS) Sarah will present this AP project based on the gorgeous and sometimes controversial work of Aubrey Beardsley.
Kuba Cloth: Art from the African Congo with Martha Miller (ES)
This hands-on workshop focuses on Kuba cloth woven from raffiea in the Congo as a burial cloth. Students explore use of asymmetry, overlap, pattern and media to create their artwork. In addition to making an example, participants will receive a CD with lesson, examples, and vocab.