CAEA ANNUAL STATE CONFERENCE
Art: 21st. Century Intersections
The California Art Education Association in partnership with The California History/Social Sciences Project (HSSP) and the California Arts Project (RIMSCAP) present...
VISUAL ART & HISTORY INSTITUTE:
History on a Palette NOVEMBER 9-10, 2012
Meet the 21st Century classroom challenges with creative standards-based lessons designed to increase critical thinking skills and student achievement.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? History teachers, visual arts teachers, elementary teachers, curriculum designers, pre-service instructors. Any CCSS, CCHE and CAEA member is welcome to attend this institute.
This year at the conference we are offering something new, an art and history institute within the conference--"History on a Palette." Because there are so many intersections, this institute meshed with the conference theme of Art: 21st C. Intersections. Visual art offers a window to the past and for many students art is the entry point into historical content. Conversely, understanding historical context helps the art student have a deeper understanding of a work of art and the artist who created it.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9:
Choose between Institute TOUR or SEMINAR focused on a specific historical content.
Select ONE of the following:
Tour #1 Ancient History--WE ARE SORRY, BUT THIS TOUR HAS BEEN CANCELED
Tour # 2 World History--Join the UCI History/Social Sciences Project at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana to explore the art of world cultures. The UCI HSSP has developed a series of lessons that integrate the history and arts of world cultures with literacy. Students become engaged in learning when they use primary artifacts. Learn more about the Bowers Museum... Leaves from the Marriott, 8:45am On site program start time, 10:00am Program end time, 2:45pm
Tour #3 California History--This tour will focus on the second California Gold Rush--the citrus industry.You will tour local historic sites in Riverside ending at the Citrus Historic Park. The museum has an extensive collection of orange crate label art. Then experience a workshop on how to bring this art form into your classroom. Leaves from the Marriott Hotel, 9:00am On site program start time, 9:30am Program end time, 2:30pm
Seminar #1 US History--This hands-on seminar will be onsite at the Mission Inn. Join Suzannah Niepold from the Smithsonian American Art Museum and representatives from the National Archives-Riverside to explore the US Depression using works of art and primary documents. Participants will receive a resource packet to use in the classroom. Learn more about the National Archives in Riverside.. On site program start time, 9:00am Program end time, 2:30pm
WALKING TOUR OF HISTORIC DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE 3:00-3:50PM Meet at the Registration Desk at the Marriott.
INSTITUTE KEYNOTE SPEAKER, DR. GREG KNOTTS 4:00-5:30PM Ho-O-Kan Room, Mission Inn
Dr. Greg Knotts from California State University, Northridge, author of Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary Classroom: Integrating Culture through the Arts. He will speak on "Reclaiming Social Studies and the Arts in K-12 Education: How We Can Put Them Back In to Our Curriculum and Assessment" the integration of art and social studies and why this integration is so critical for today’s students.
(All CAEA full conference attendees are invited to attend this keynote address)
EXHIBITOR OPENING RECEPTION 6:00-8:00PM Mariott Hotel
Your day concludes with a visit to the Exhibitor’s Grand Opening, which provides an opportunity to see and interact with a variety of exhibitors. Try out new products and get new ideas that will enhance your teaching. Enjoy refreshments while visiting exhibitor booths.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10:
Daylong series of hands-on workshops and speakers focused on visual art, history, and literacy integration. Workshops will include art activities designed to engage and enliven your students.
Registration includes Keynote Speaker, Allison Saar, renowned artist, whose art has focused on various aspects of African-American history. Read more about Ms. Saar...
History Institute ONLY: Friday and Saturday: $200—includes Institute events/transportation, materials, exhibitor reception, workshops, and keynote addresses.
Attend the whole CAEA State Conference, Nov. 9, 2012 in the evening through Sunday, Nov 12, 2012, and add on the Friday Institute tour/seminar for $75.
Visit the individual events pages under the Conference tab OR download a newsletter for descriptions of all of the Conference events.
REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE for registration information and to Register for the Institute
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NOTE: Institute meets the requirements of TAH grant funding, Title 1, Secondary Professional Development, and other funding sources. College credit will be available, also.
Stay in the conference hotel, The Mission Inn, at the low conference price! It is a time machine back into history itself. The Mission Inn is a National Historic Landmark.
Sleep where eight Presidents have! For details and to make a reservation at the Mission Inn or the Riverside Marriott.....
For more information, contact Nancy Andrzejczak
The California Arts Project