Teaching Art It's Your Super Power! CAEA 2019 State Conference November 14 to 17, 2019 McClellan Conference Center 5411 Luce Avenue, McClellan, CA 95652

Conference Administrator: Nancy Andrzejczak, c[email protected]
Registration Questions: Linda Stevenson, [email protected] 
Telephone: 626.233.7879

Workshops

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Date/Time Session Name Location Speakers
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2019

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Mindfulness and Meditation Workshop at the Crocker Museum

Crocker Art Museum

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2019

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Learn about the new California Visual Arts Standards

McClellan

Letty Kraus

 

Universal Design for Learning with Visual Art

Placer

Lindsay Weiss

 

" Pretty Ugly Sticks"

Lincoln

Marcia Lynn Didtler

 

Rotoscoping with Photoshop

Madison

Laurie Gatlin

 

Hair Curlers as Art

Mess Hall-2nd Fl. MC

Max Schafer

 

Explore natural intersections between what you are already doing with what is new and overarching about the CAS

Cordova

Patrice Cooley

 

Relevant Engagement Through Art and Literacy (R.E.A.L.) Collaborative

Rocklin

Catherine Aujero

 

Emotional Ink

Jackson

Craig Black

9:45 AM - 10:15 AM

Empathy and Activism: Tape Art as collaborative community art

Roseville

Leah Smith, Michael Townsend

12:30 – 1:00 PM

Art Rods Demonstration

Main Hall

 

1:00 PM - 2:15 PM

Learn About CA Visual Arts Standards

McClellan

Letty Kraus

 

Universal Design for Learning with Visual Art

Placer

Lindsay Weiss

 

Stand Up Soft City

 

Mess Hall

Whitney Meredith

 

Reverse Portrait Painting - A mix of traditional and today's technology

Jackson

Soudabeh Memarzadeh

 

Using Google Classroom to Facilitate the Artistic Thinking Process (Design Thinking)

Madison

Melissa Offutt

 

Critical Photography Curriculum: Profiles of Place, Photo of Fear, and the Alter Ego

Rocklin

Talia Ranier

 

Homo Ludens at the Art Museum: Creating Interactive Interpretative Spaces for People of All Ages

Cordova

Monika Molnar-Metzenthin

 

Tree Huggers

Lincoln

Jody Skinner

 

WOWNOW SAC! Murals across Sacramento

Sacramento

Julie Kaye

2:30 PM – 3:00 PM

Integration of Technologies in Art Pedagogies

Roseville

Ahran Koo

2:30 PM – 3:45 PM

Roll out the Standards in your District or School

McClellan

Letty Kraus

 

Pottery Demonstration: Native American Meets Contemporary Mythology

Mess Hall

Garrett Masterson

 

Artists as Entrepreneurs

Madison

Ruth Fruehauf

 

Art That People Step On

Lincoln

Mandayam Thirunarayanan

 

Art and Activism: The Linoleum Cuts Deep

Jackson

Jess Perry-Martin

 

Creative Reading Responses

Cordova

Laurie Gatlin

 

Creative Conceptual Strategies-Scaffolding Conceptual Thinking and Contemporary Making for Young Artists

Rocklin

Kimberley D'Adamo Green

 

FIDM Comes to the Classroom – Find out about these special FREE programs

Sacramento

FIDM

3:15 PM – 3:45 PM

Connecting to Community

Roseville

Ross Roadruck

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2019

10:45 AM – 12:00 PM

Students in Hallways, Drawing Connections to the Classroom

Sacramento

Michael Townsend,
Leah Smith

 

Queering Your Curriculum to Make Queer Artists More Visible to Students

Rocklin

Sharon Tang

 

Coaching and Mentoring:  Exploring our roles inside and outside of the classroom

Madison

Patrice Cooley

 

Gelli plate mono printing

Jackson

Virginia Gyorkos

 

Integration is your Super Power!

Cordova

Anna Sabalone

 

Narrative Forms: Diptychs, Triptychs and Polyptychs

Lincoln

Dustin Garnet

 

Curriculum Slam

McClellan

 

11:00 AM – 11:30 PM

Wheel Demonstration

Main Hall

Clay Mix

11:30 AM – 12:00 PM

Data and Messaging can be your Friends

Roseville

Pat Wayne

1:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Let's Take This Outside

Roseville

Carolyn Buchman

1:00 PM – 2:15 PM

"Zip Zap Zop"

Cordova

Marcia Lynn Didtler

 

Power of Place: An Exploration of a California Visual Arts Standard's Enduring Understanding

Rocklin

The California Arts Project

 

Strategies for your Empowered 21st Century Inclusive Classroom

Jackson

Cynthia White Anderson

 

Could it be a Rural Arts Education Revolution?

Madison

Jennifer Spangler

 

Going By Feel: TOUCH + ART + MATH = PORTRAITURE

Lincoln

Margaret Welty

 

Essentials of Successful Altered Books

Mess Hall

Matt Kelly

 

ENCORE, Students in Hallways, Drawing Connections to the Classroom

Sacramento

Michael Townsend

Leah Smith

 

There’s More than One Way to Skin a Cat: A UDL workshop for Art Educators

Placer

Naomi Kadinoff

 

AP High School teachers: Discussion-the new AP –now what?

RECHARGE ZONE

Sasha Lyth

2:30 PM – 3:00 PM

The End is the Beginning: How Creating a Comic Book Can Help Your Students

Roseville

Steven Parra

2:30 PM – 3:45 PM

Arpilleras Featuring Paper Clip Felting

Sacramento

Whitney Meredith

 

Fly Away Home

Lincoln

Penelope Venola

 

The Transformative Power of Community Building Circles in the Art Classroom

Cordova

Monica McFarland

 

Collage, Create, Collaborate: Insect Collages

Jackson

Ale Eckelberry

 

Building Bridges in Higher Education

Rocklin

Laurie Gatlin

 

Profiles of Place: a High School Photography Project

Madison

Talia Ranier

 

Unleashing the SuperPower of Youth Art Month in your district or area.

McClellan

Kristen Ursenbach

 

Air Dry Clay and Creatable Colors Glaze System

Mess Hall-2nd Floor MC

T. Pacini

 

Creativity and Emotional Wellness

Placer

Naomi Kadinoff

3:15 PM – 3:45 PM

Developing Strong Professional Relationships; a How-To Guide for Student Teaching in the Arts

Roseville

Jess Perry-Martin

6:30-9:15 PM

Special Session: Simon Silva-Workshop

McClellan

Simon

 

MC Electro Plating on Copper

Placer

Melissa Offut

 

MC Image Transfer Techniques

Mess Hall

Veronique Marks

6:45 PM – 8:00 PM

Star Book - Artist Biography Research Project

Lincoln

Laurie Gatlin

 

Arts Integration Model Based on $2M of Research

Sacramento

Monique Poldberg, Nancy Andrzejczak

 

Digital Narratives Inspired by Color Filter Photographs

Madison

Michele Nelson

 

From Theory to Practice: Building Curriculum Around the New Arts Standards

Rocklin

Michael Blasi

 

Food Characters: Are We Really What We Eat?

Jackson

Lynette K. Henderson

6:45 PM – 9:30 PM

Figure Drawing with a Live Model

Cordova

 

7:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Empowering Students' Voices and Expressions via Socially Engaged Lessons

Roseville

Ahran Koo

8:15 PM – 8:45 PM

Thinking Through Art

Roseville

Julie Van Dewark

8:15 PM – 9:30 PM

African American History Brought to Life through Visual Art

Madison

Nancy Andrzejczak

 

"Restoration Art"

Lincoln

Marcia Lynn Didtler

 

Engage Collaboratively with Visual Art: 5 Ways to Use Art Postcards

Rocklin

Bill Funkhouser

 

Thermoplastics- Cosplay in the Classroom

Sacramento

Kristen Ursenbach

 

Zines: DIY Publications in the Classroom

Jackson

Ross Roadruck

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2019

8:30 AM – 9:30 AM

Workshopping

Main Hall

 

9:45 AM – 12:15 PM

ENCORE Cultivating a Creative Mind

Main Hall

Simon Silva

 

Super Studio Sunday

McClellan Conference Center

Jaime Shilen,
Theresa Polley-Shellcroft,
Hiep Nguyen,
Jenn Norpchen,
Helen Plenert,
Simon Silva,
Helen Plenert,
Sandy Lindblad

 

The application window for submitting a workshop proposal for the CAEA 2019 conference is now closed.

We are now taking workshop proposal submissions from members wishing to share their knowledge, research, and ideas at the 2019 CAEA state conference!  Some requested session themes include:

  • Implementing the new California visual art standards
  • Art and Special Education
  • Teaching students with high artistic ability
  • Career and Tech Ed (CTE)
  • Graphic Novels, Superheroes, and Cosplay/Costuming
  • Higher Ed Research and Curriculum
  • Museum Education Programs
  • Media Arts
  • Using Google Classroom and other online resources

Workshops sessions will take place on Friday, November 15, Saturday, November 16, and Sunday November 17, 2019.

 

Click on the link below to submit a 2019 conference workshop proposal; you may submit up to four separate proposals. 

https://caea.memberclicks.net/index.php?option=com_mc&view=mc&mcid=form_261164

By submitting a proposal, you are agreeing to register for the conference either as a conference participant or conference exhibitor and return all paperwork by the presenter registration deadline. If we do not receive your registration and paperwork by the deadline, your presentation may be placed on a waiting list. 

Presenters and co-presenters must be current CAEA members or registered 2019 conference exhibitors to submit proposals, so please check your membership status before applying. Students co-presenting with instructors must be current CAEA Preservice members.

CAEA is unable to provide stipends for presenters or materials for workshops. Presenting a session at the conference is an opportunity to build your professional resumé and share your work with our larger professional community.  However, all accepted presenters will receive a discounted registration rate for the conference.

Please read through each section in the proposal form carefully and review your work before submitting. It is highly recommended that you write your proposal in another program first, then copy and paste into the required sections to avoid the application timing out.

All proposal submissions should receive an email acknowledging receipt. If you do not receive one, please email Kristin Taylor at [email protected], as you may need to re-submit the proposal.

 

Proposals will be blind peer reviewed by a minimum of two reviewers and scored based on the following criteria (1 = low, 5 = high)

  • Title: Does the title clearly reflect the content of the proposal?

  • Clarity: Is the proposal clearly written in 3rd person point of view? Does the proposal meet the minimum word requirement?

  • Content: Is the content/topic of the proposal clear? Is the content clear regarding participant engagement?

  • Relevance: Is the proposal reflective of 21st century art education? (i.e. connections to the new CA VA Standards, contemporary artistic practice, digital or visual literacy, collaboration, community, service learning, etc.)

  • Outcomes/Goals: Does the proposal clearly state the intended outcomes/goals indicating how participants will be able to use the information from the session?

 

*All workshop rooms will be equipped with LCD Projectors, screens, speaker capability, and WiFi. Please bring any devices for projecting and necessary connector cables/dongles, in addition to any materials and tools required for hands-on activities.