2018 CAEA Conference Logo2018 CAEA STATE CONFERENCE

Navigating New Horizons in Art Education

Queen Mary, Long Beach

November 9-12, 2018

 



CAEA Conference Workshops

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 Friday, November 9 

New Trends in Ceramics

Speaker(s): Mayco Colors

11/09; 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: King's View Room

Watch a colorful creation unfold before your eyes! Bright glazes and rubbing alcohol work together to create surprising results - bubbles, flowers, abstract art, the possibilities are endless. Join Mayco for this exciting hands-on workshop that incorporates rubbing alcohol with Designer Silkscreens, Stroke & Coat®, Jungle Gems™, and Foundations® glazes. It’s so easy that students can create a “masterpiece” in minutes, but it’s fun for art educators to play with too. 

 


 Saturday, November 10 

CANCELLED: Balance Pull to Future with Pull to Past

Speaker(s): Marybeth Tereszkiewicz

11/10; 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: Board Room

As we navigate these new horizons, Art educators should not lose site of the profound and grounding roots from traditional world cultures. Our drive to the future should be balanced with the universal wisdom of these cultures - thousand years older than America e.g. Chinese and Zulu tribes- South Africa.

 

Using a Map: Arts Integrated Units

Speaker(s): Talisen Winder, April Faieta

11/10; 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
Location: Regent Room

When "Navigating New Horizons," its helpful to have a map. The collaborative team of Glendale CREATES has written 36 ELA and Math-Arts Integrated Units (curriculum maps) for elementary teachers to use tomorrow.

 

Art and Critique-Simplifying the process

Speaker(s): William Catling

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

Students and teachers can use the 21st century skills of technology

 

CODE SANDBOX: Dip your toe in the context

Speaker(s): Theresia Rosa Kleeman

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

Digital media, design thinking, and computer science principles meet the elements of art and principles of design in an easy breezy online sandbox to create animated visual art.

 

Navigating Old Into New Possibilities

Speaker(s): Lucy McHugh, Allison Mason

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: King's View Room

Combining 'new' material onto familiar processes and traditional media changes the artistic dynamic of the process and the end results. Broadening horizons, finding new artmaking pathways for students, is essential!

 

Navigating Your Partnership with the Arts

Speaker(s): Josy Miller of the California Arts Council

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Carpathia

Join Josy Miller as she shares how you can partner with the California Arts Council to bring an artist-in-residence program to your classroom. Discover other ways your classroom and school can benefit through partnerships with state and local Arts Councils. Josy will also share the Arts Council other Arts Education programs. This will be an interactive session.

 

Pocket Journals

Speaker(s): Mary Ann Davis

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Royal Salon

Journals can be personal records of our travels, our emotions, and reflections... A pocket journal allows us to conveniently transport and record our ideas and experiences, while also creating a unique piece of Art.

 

Reflecting Light; Symmetry with Mirrors

Speaker(s): Barbara Libby-Steinmann

11/10; 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Caronia

This workshop is for educators who are keen to improve their own job satisfaction while learning new strategies to integrate visual arts across curricula for delivering on the promise of the Common Core Curriculum and Next Generation Science Standards.

 

Arts-Based Service Learning in Humboldt

Speaker(s): James Woglom

11/10; 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Regent Room

The presenters will discuss the potential for socially-engaged, arts-based service learning as a means of expanding arts education, both in terms of proliferation of access, and broadening concepts addressed therein.

 

This School Has an Arts Program?

Speaker(s): Lindsay Parker

11/10; 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Board Room

This presentation addresses increasing the stature of arts programs at institutions traditionally revered for academics and athletics. Proven practice-based methods provided include: space reappropriation, utilizing community resources, and digital outreach.

 

Photovoice As A Social Justice Pedagogy

Speaker(s): Brian Trimble

11/10; 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

The presentation connects with the theme of " Navigating New Horizons" by providing teachers with a different approach to addressing student agency, community engagement, and facilitating change.

 

Emerging Works by Visual Arts Educators: Exploring the Newly Revised California Visual Arts Standards

Speaker(s): The California Arts Project (TCAP)

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Regent Room

In this session leaders of The California Arts Project, TCAP, will highlight emerging works from visual arts classrooms based on the newly revised California Arts Standards.

 

Mandalas - Exploring the Infinite

Speaker(s): Gregory Navarro Pickens

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Royal Salon

Making mandalas can help individuals gain insight into their own creative tendencies as well as provide opportunities for collaboration and exploration of contemporary media.

 

Op Art Spinners

Speaker(s): Julie Swanson Davis

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Carpathia

Engaging in art through play. Play is indispensable to social development, emotional well being, physical health and creating balance in our lives.

 

Queering Your Curriculum

Speaker(s): Sharon Tang

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

Navigating new horizons in art education is exactly what making queer artists visible to students is all about. For LGBTQ+ students, attending school with inclusive curriculum leads to less-hostile school experiences and increased feelings of connectedness to the school community.

 

Teach the Presenting Strand? You CAN!

Speaker(s): Nancy Andrzejczak

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Caronia

Teachers are learning how to navigate the NCAS standards and shortly the new California standards. The presenting strand is often one that is easily overlooked and yet it provides a rich field of experiences for students.

 

Visualizing Math and Science through Art

Speaker(s): Maureen Lorimer

11/10; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: King's View Room

This presentation aligns with the conference theme, Navigating New Horizons, by providing a new approach to arts integration which authentically blends art, math, and science through watercolor.

 

The Power of Student Curated Exhibits

Speaker(s): Monica Jacobson

11/10; 1:45 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

Navigating authentic engagement while connecting core standards can be exciting and challenging. The power of student-led curation in partnership with schools and art communities provides a positive new horizon. The proposed presentation documents an example of this type of partnership.

 

Child-Driven Arts Education

Speaker(s): Alisa Miller, Mayra Chavez

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Regent Room

Over the last few years, The New Children's Museum has taken a non-traditional, child-directed approach to programming, and it has transformed the Museum and its arts education practices.

 

Collaborative Murals: from Idea to Execution

Speaker(s): Gregory Navarro Pickens

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Mauretania

Murals have historically been used to express cultural values, perspectives and inspirational messages giving them a relevance in the past, present and into the future.

 

Exquisite Corpses

Speaker(s): Penelope Venola

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Caronia

The big idea is that students can start with inspiration from history, adapt it to 21st century skills and techniques, and produce a book that reflects collaborative thinking for a class.

 

Frida Kahlo Inspired Self Portrait

Speaker(s): Erika Lipkes

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: King's View Room

The presentation explores how objects act as symbols in our lives, which shape our ongoing ever-changing identity and narrative, using Frida Kahlo as an inspiration.

 

Navigating Visual Literacy for STEAM

Speaker(s): Kimberly Burge

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Carpathia

Visual and media literacy is more important than ever as we help students navigate social media and other online resources. This workshop will involve both individual and collaborative activities.

 

Scoring and Evaluation AP Studio Artwork

Speaker(s): Jess Perry-Martin

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

The presentation connects to the theme of Navigating New Horizons by developing skills in communication using digital technology, visual literacy and practice conducting critiques.

 

Think, Make, Talk; Art

Speaker(s): Patrice Cooley

11/10; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Royal Salon

This workshop connects to the conference theme, Navigating New Horizons in Art Education, as it explores 2 artistic processes within the NCAS. In this workshop participants engage in a series of processes that will promote language and artistic literacy in their classroom.

 

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Speaker(s): Davis Publications

11/10; TBD - TBD
Location: Exhibit Hall

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Speaker(s): Davis Publications

11/10; TBD - TBD
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Speaker(s): Sargent Art

11/10; TBD - TBD
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 Sunday, November 11 

Exploring Non-Western Artists and Arts

Speaker(s): Ahran Koo

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Mauretania Room

Explore how non-Western artists deal with their identity through visual languages. Share lesson plans and unique examples of Eastern contemporary art that art teachers could utilize in school settings.

 

Navigating Partnered Service Learning

Speaker(s): Christina Alegria, Mary Anna Pomonis

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Location: Regent Room

This lecture chronicles collaboration between a museum educator and art education lecturer to develop a cross-disciplinary program enabling college students to observe, develop, and deliver K-12 curriculum exploring contemporary issues.

 

A Game for Navigating the Art of Teaching

Speaker(s): Kristin Taylor, Cynthia White Anderson, Nina Avadisrostamian, Ariana Torres

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Carpathia

Preservice and novice art teachers navigate their way through the realities of teaching art. This workshop shares examples of real (and sometimes unimaginable) situations that art teachers face, as well as potential strategies for working through challenging circumstances.

 

Art Education and the Radioactive Seafood Market

Speaker(s): Lynette K. Henderson

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: King's View Room

This innovative thematic curriculum is designed to integrate formal studio skills with student learning about a contemporary international phenomena that has an affect on us here in California. With an emphasis on the 2011 tsunami-damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors on the coast of Japan, students learned about the environmental effects on ocean waters, ongoing problems for people in Japan and the U.S., and related energy production issues. Students then focused on studio work to create mixed-media and brilliantly colored ocean creatures. The culminating event is a visual learning experience for the public, a group exhibition of over 150 student artworks highlighting the effects of contaminated radioactive food and water from the Pacific Ocean and beyond.

 

Chinese Brush Painting Basics

Speaker(s): Ruby Ming

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Royal Salon

Although 2000 years old, Chinese brush painting is a new experience for many students. This hands-on workshop will help teachers expose students to new ways of looking at landscapes.

 

Idea Generation Strategies for Students

Speaker(s): Michele Nelson, Carolyn Buchmann, Michael Blasi

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Board Room

Choice based art education practices are a growing trend in visual art education and teachers need useable strategies that assist students when generating their own content.

 

Inspire Creativity: Integrate Media Arts

Speaker(s): Elisa Thomson, Brooke Newman

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

Based on a case study of media arts integration and visual thinking strategies, participants develop artistic practice through experiential learning, empowering teachers to shape the future of arts education.

 

STEAM On With A Sustained Visual Investigation!

Speaker(s): Margaret Welty

11/11; 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Caronia

This workshop brings forth the idea and cultivation of an individually sustained investigation through all areas of STEAM via creative personal expression and problem solving. Promotes visual literacy + mental health.

 

Craft in America--Pomo Basketry

Speaker(s): Dr. Marilyn Stewart

11/11; 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Mauretania Room

Craft in America will share the newest education guide from Craft in America, the Peabody Award-winning PBS primetime series dedicated to advancing original handcrafted work through educational programs in all media. Craft in America has 30 education guides, which are all free for teachers.

 

Pride of Place-Making School Murals

Speaker(s): Don Masse

11/11; 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Regent Room

It connects to the theme in that the place of murals and street art are on the rise in the art world and can be celebrated and promoted in art education. Creating murals gives our school communities the opportunity to experience the power of public art.

 

Wonder and Beauty: Drawing as Inquiry

Speaker(s): Antoinette Pippin

11/11; 1:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

This presentation will provide an example of how artistic and creative processes rather than simply art products can be an integral part of STEAM.

 

CSULB Art Education Student Showcase

Speaker(s): Laurie Gatlin

11/11; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Regent Room

Our Art Ed students are the new wave of art educators! Student projects in the areas of community based practices as well as in public school classrooms are innovative and groundbreaking!

 

Embracing Exceptional learners in Art!

Speaker(s): Kimberly Baylyff

11/11; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Royal Salon

The new push is for our students that need special education or that require an Individualized Education Plan deserve an opportunity to have experiences in visual arts. Much of this now happens in inclusion otherwise known as mainstreaming. Art teacher as well as generalist teachers need strategies to differentiate their instruction and provide adaptive tools to meet the needs of these students. It is this interaction with other students in their school community that fosters true inclusion.

 

Moody Trees, an Interdisciplinary Activity

Speaker(s): June Edmonds, Lora Cawelti

11/11; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Carpathia

Arts educators explore new horizons in interdisciplinary arts education as they more deeply explore the rich connections that can be made between multiple arts disciplines and common core ELA standards.

 

Repousse, Zentangle, and the Principles of Design

Speaker(s): Antoinette Bailey

11/11; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Caronia

This is a fun way to navigate assessment of student prior knowledge and understanding in a creative way as an alternative to teacher directed worksheets.

 

Story/Surprise, Easy Magic Books!

Speaker(s): Elizabeth Rubenstein

11/11; 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: King's View Room

The presentation connects to theme by sharing new ways to connect students to visual literacy using student created books.

 

Changing the Way Schools Look and Learn

Speaker(s): Ann Ledo-Lane, Gina Griffiths, Mizuho Shiomi

11/11; 1:45 PM - 2:15 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

Changing the Way Schools Look and Learn will share innovative, arts integrated practices that support the exhibition of student artistic practice and learning.

 

Achieving Culturally Responsive Arts Edu

Speaker(s): Mizgon Darby, Kelly Bravo

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Board Room

Our communities are entering into new paths, art holds the potential to lead us toward a brighter future. This session considers one of art's navigational tools, culturally responsive arts curriculum.

 

Comics Arts-Based Look At "Docent Days"

Speaker(s): James Woglom

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

Presents curriculum designed by preservice teachers in an undergraduate course through a comic arts-based piece outlining service learning interventions through which elementary students were introduced to art in University galleries.

 

#Makeup- Get Ready for a New Generation of Artist

Speaker(s): Susie Kim

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: King's View Room

This workshop in cosmetology and special effects make-up connects to the theme of "navigating new horizons" in the art classroom brings in cultural relevance, applies in the arts and media industry, and supplements current lessons and theories.

 

Connecting Art Teachers and Museums

Speaker(s): Jeanne Hoel, Kristin Taylor, Christina Alegria, Lisa Marsh

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Regent Room

This session encourages art teachers and art museums to forge new and innovative partnerships with one another to move forward together on mutually defined goals.

 

Float: Simple Methods to Advance Skills, Confidence and Exploration with Watercolor and Oil Pastel

Speaker(s): Mark Ritter

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Royal Salon

I address how to encourage students to develop technical proficiency with a range of materials to promote confidence and risk taking and help instructors to open up projects to choice based approach.

 

Photographing Student Work with Ease

Speaker(s): Jess Perry-Martin

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Victoria Room and Deck

Students and teachers can use the 21st century skills of technology

 

Waiting for FEMA: Sculpting Student Voice

Speaker(s): Lynette K. Henderson

11/11; 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Caronia

Interdisciplinary and cross-cultural curriculum. This topic engages students and participants in critical thinking and visual literacy, as they grapple with successful understanding of contemporary local, national or global issues while maintaining standards for studio work, in order to successfully communicate on a visual level.

 

Reducing Classroom Waste

Speaker(s): Cynthia White Anderson, Nina Avadisrostamian, Ariana Torres, Rena Winton

11/11; 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Board Room

Providing alternative ways to replace one time use materials in classroom activities will open a new horizon in environmentally friendly education.

 

SEL in the Art Room - Chapter Two

Speaker(s): Eric Engdahl

11/11; 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

Our globe is round and as we sail we sometimes we encounter a "new horizon' twice. Educating the whole student - emotions and intellect - is a vital skill for the 21st Century teacher.

 

Creative Risk-Taking

Speaker(s): Pam Pease

11/11; 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location: Board Room

Navigating New Horizons in Art Education implies traveling through uncharted waters toward growth and discovery. The proposed presentation explores embracing uncertainty by taking creative risks as a strategy for innovation.

 

Socially Responsible Street Art

Speaker(s): Sara Gaechter

11/11; 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Location: Regent Room

My presentation connects to the conference theme of "New Horizons" because the evolving world of Street Art and graffiti and becoming increasingly pervasive in the lives of our students. It has not been studied extensively as an academic moment in art history, but is still a part of our students lives. We have a responsibility to teach this subject to our students, as we are trailblazers in it's academic application.

 

Materials Matter: Reduce/Reuse/Recycle

Speaker(s): Kristin Taylor, Cynthia White Anderson, Nina Avadisrostamian, Ariana Torres

11/11; 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: Caronia

Our art making practices have an impact on the environment. We must choose art materials and methods with an environmental awareness to reduce our waste.

 

Open Source Teacher: Website

Speaker(s): Jennifer Marquez, Jennifer Marquez

11/11; 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

This presentation will go through the steps of creating your own teacher website, and how it can be used for instruction in your classroom. This may take your curricula to a new horizon.

 

Poured Polar Aurora

Speaker(s): Julie Swanson Davis

11/11; 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: Carpathia

We will be creating art that not only includes a horizon but a wilderness and exploration theme. It also addresses a creative trend: paint pouring.

 

Steal the Show

Speaker(s): Nicole Yang

11/11; 6:45 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: Board Room

The fast growth of modern technology allows students to be constantly connected but becomes a hindrance for individuality. They become dependent on existing ideas rather than creating new ones.

 

Why I Chose Choice

Speaker(s): Camilla Schaeffer

11/11; 6:45 PM - 7:15 PM
Location: Regent Room

Choice art education and TAB are hot topics in the art education landscape right now. As I enter my 4th year teaching TAB I will reflect on the exciting changes in my pedagogy.

 

Digital Narratives of Social Issues

Speaker(s): Ahran Koo

11/11; 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Board Room

In 21st century art education, technology became a pivotal tool to navigate issues and deliver messages. Addressing social issues using art and technology connects students with their daily experiences and other communities, and guide their future direction with endless possibilities. Therefore, this presentation fits perfectly into the theme of the conference, Navigating New Horizons in Art Education.

 

All Wrapped Up

Speaker(s): Cheralynn Johnston

11/11; 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Location: Mauretania Room

Participants will learn how to design a HyperDoc loaded with ways to assess student comprehension. Learning new technology always makes me feel like I am navigating through a new horizon.

 

Inside Out- Identifying the Self

Speaker(s): Jacqueline Truong, Kristen Ursenbach, Cheryl Conder

11/11; 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Location: C

This relates to the theme of navigating new horizons as it is allowing students to navigate the contradicting emotions and identities that they encounter in their lives through peer acceptance and social media influences.

 

Strategies for Cross-Curricular Lessons

Speaker(s): Cari Maconochie, Tina Hannouche

11/11; 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Location: Regent Room

When I think of navigating new horizons I think of incorporating technology into the classroom and creating projects that incorporate 21st century skills. Technology and cross curricular lessons build a strong foundation for student success in the 21st century. We want to share our expertise in getting students to understand how to use technology to make an emotional impact on the community. In this workshop, the audience will learn how to develop an interdisciplinary project which highlights art education. We will discuss how we incorporate laser cutting, 3D printing, digital design and creative problem solving in a project-based learning environment. We will cover the importance of collaborating with the community to create a meaningful project. We will also discuss the benefits of creating meaningful multi-subject lessons and how we brainstorm project ideas.

 

Using Gelli Plates in Mixed Media ART

Speaker(s): Pat Semrick

11/11; 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
Location: Carpathia

This workshop gives teachers "new" ways to use the Gelli printing plates in their classrooms.

 

 


 Cancelled Workshop 

 

 
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