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Art: Power to Innovate .................................. 1
2014 Irvine Conference Committee .............. 2
President’s Welcome . ................................... 3
CAEA Says “Thank You” To Our Supporters! . .. 5
2014 Exhibitors Salon D/E
Keynote Speakers .......................................... 7
Studio Workshops and Tours . ........................ 8
Strands . ........................................................ 9
Administrator/Supervisor Seminar . ............. 10
Sessions & Meetings . ................................... 11
Master Classes Irvine 2014 ........................... 12
Featured Artists . .......................................... 13
Workshops Irvine 2014 . ............................... 14
Special Events . ............................................. 20
2014 CAEA Professional Awards ................... 23
Conference Store .......................................... 25
Ongoing Activites
Sacramento 2015
CAEA Contact Info & calendar . ..................... 26
Conference Overview . .................................. 27
2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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Art:
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/Hotel Irvine
By Dru Mauer,
Conference Chair
[email protected]
missionviejo.org
We look forward to sharing our
hidden talent treasures with
YOU. We are prepared to create
an engaging environment for you
to connect with art educators,
exchange ideas, discuss current
trends in teaching, experience
new mediums and be inspired
by art mavericks in the world of
technology and animation.
Featured artists include Marsha Judd
demonstrating the
secrets of burnishing clay; Joy Aldrich and Aileen May
share their experience in using community collaboration as a tool; and Jackie Zimbalist will dazzle you with
a glass fusion class.
We have over sixty workshops scheduled during the
weekend. Some new listings include: master teaching
artist and Juilliard graduate, Beth Sussman, presenting
a joyful workshop which uses music, movement and art
to inspire learning; April Sayegh, Out of the Box Learning and Arts Playmaking and Performance on how using popular children’s literature can increase literacy
through arts script writing and acting; and, Kent McFann, Theatre Designer/College Professor on how using
design improves higher-level thinking skills and literary
analysis.
Enjoy a morning with the Administrator/Supervisor Seminar
on Friday. This seminar is designed for those working
with visual arts and career arts educators.
We will host a “New Media Strand” strand on Saturday,
November 15th. Matt Cauthron and Deb Joseph will
facilitate innovative workshops for teachers and digital
arts classrooms. Additional digital arts presenters include Teri Brudnak and Hilda Baitoo.
Top off the weekend with our fabulous keynote speakers, Steven Hickner, a film director at DreamWorks
Animation; Kevin Staniec, an arts advocate, author and
publisher; and Nirvan Mullick, an LA based filmmaker,
creative consultant, speaker and entrepreneur.
Spend a day with members of the California Arts Project. Learn how multiple-subject teachers develop artistic literacy in the visual arts. The Common Core calls
upon teachers to share in the responsibility for developing their students’ content literacy in the arts. How
do the visual arts content, CCSS and
ELD standards overlay to provide
our students with knowledge and
skills needed in the 21st Century?
Master classes include plein air
painting with Mark Kerckhoff, sculpture with Brittnay Ryan, ceramics
with Scott Young and Bruce Harris,
watercolor painting with Marlene
Gerloff, collage with Jacki Long,
drawing with Carolin Peters and caricature fun with Hiep Nguyen.
Weekend fun includes fabulous exhibits, a silent auction, museum tours, hands on
activities and entertainment.
We hope you enjoy your art-full
weekend and return home refreshed and energized with the
knowledge that “Art Serves as
Humanity’s Sanity”.
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2014 Irvine Conference Committee
Maribeth McFall Workshop Coordinator
Dru Maurer Conference Chair
Hiep Nguyen Social Media/Marketing
Toni Nunez Graphic Artist / Signage
Larry Oviatt Transportation Coordinator
Ericka Perales Student Art Exhibit
Lora Sanders Members’ As Artist Exhibit
Lisa Soccio Conference Treasurer
Jenni Stenson Museum Tour
Linda Stevenson Registration
Vicki Sullivan On-site Registration
Craig Tomlinson Conference Administrator/Exhibitors
Ann Uphoff
Penny Venola Conference Scholarships
Susan Wuerer Silent Auction Coordinator/ Website
E’lyssa Zuer
Amberleigh Adoff Student Art Exhibit/Volunteer Coordinator
Kristine Alexander TCAP Workshops
Nancy Andrrzejczak Marketing/Social Media
Donna Banning Conference Manager
Shannon Bown Photographer
Linda Broderick On-site Registration
Matt Cauthron New Media Strand
Caitlin Clark
Armalyn De La O Administrative/Supervisor Seminar
Kay Devine
Linda Erickson
Betsy Holster Professional Development
Deb Joseph New Media Strand
Marsha Judd
Carol Lockwood Silent Auction
Tami Lincoln Bags/CAEA Store
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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President’s Welcome
Welcome to Irvine! Join us in discovering Art: Power to Innovate at the CAEA state conference.
For those of you who have attended many conferences over the years, welcome back! I know
this year you will discover new things as you renew your “ art teacher friendships”.
For those who are new this year, welcome to the conference and our organization! The state
council would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have about us. Watch for
us around the registration area and welcome table.
This is our first year as an NAEA partnership state association. To further align with NAEA and
offer more opportunities for networking and professional development, for our 1000 members,
we are forming Issues and Interest Groups. This will be a great way for you to meet and join
with other members who share your common interests or concerns. Some of the Issues/Interests Groups are: secondary, elementary, higher education, museum education, technology in
the art room, special education, supervision/administration, independent/private schools, and
more.
Round Table Sessions have been scheduled for Friday at 3:15-4:15 in Santiago with CAEA State
Council members. Others sessions will represent a variety of other topics including CAEA State
Council members and learn about a variety of topics, such as the National Art Honor Society,
NAEA/CAEA Student Chapters, the Curriculum Committee, Scholarships, Youth Art Month to
name a few.
On Sunday, at 12 noon we will convene the open
CAEA State Council meeting. You are invited to
come and see the Council in action. We will have a
time for open communication if you would like to
propose ideas or projects for the organization to
investigate. Just fill out a card to speak during the
communication time.
Welcome again and enjoy the speakers, classes,
workshops, exhibitors and social events. I know
you will go away filled with ideas and enthusiasm
that will carry you back to your “day job”. But
until then, enjoy being in a crowd of like-minded
people who know that Bernini is not a toasted
sandwich!
Nancy A.
Dr. Nancy Andrzejczak
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CAEA Supporters!
CAEA Says “Thank You” To
Our Supporters!
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Pacon Corporation
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Circle Painting
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School Arts
Arts and Activities
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Sketchbooks for Schools
Ceramics Monthly
Pottery Making Illustrated
Kevin Staniec
-Keynote Speaker
Nirvan Mullick
-Keynote Speaker
Orange Coast College
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of Education
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Keynote Speakers
Friday, Nov. 14
Saturday, Nov. 15
Sunday, Nov. 16
Steven
Kevin
Nirvan
Hickner
Mullick
Staniec
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Photo credit: Erin Muller
Steven Hickner is a film director at Dream Works Animation. He has directed the
films “The Prince of Egypt”
and “Bee Movie”. He has
also worked as storyboard
artist on “Over the Hedge”,
“Madagascar”, “Shark Tale”,
“Shrek Forever” After”, and
“Antz”. Steven began his
career at Walt Disney Animation where he worked as
producer for “An American
Tail:Fievel Goes West” and
“Balto”. Steven recently
published a book Animating Your Career” (http://
www.animatingyour career.
com/) The book is a holistic
look at building a career in
animation and not just getting a job. Steven has seen
too many people get into
the entertainment business
and then vanish in a short
time, and his book is about
not only getting a job, but
keeping it. His presentation
will address “The Death of
Curiosity”.
Ever since I was a child, my parents would
support my wandering mind and they
welcomed art as my outlet. My first lesson
was the purpose of past tense. I learned
to never let an idea linger long enough
for it to dissipate—finish your thoughts,
package your projects, and share with your
colleagues. And one can never have too
many friends to collaborate with. I have yet
to find a better way to inspire change than
by fostering ideas through creativity.
Kevin Staniec is an arts advocate, author, and
publisher. He holds a degree in Creative Writing
and Film & Media Arts from Chapman University
and has worked at the Autry National Center,
Muckenthaler Cultural Center, and the Orange
County Museum of Art. He is currently completing his Master’s of Public Administration at California State University, Fullerton and programs
arts and culture for the City of Irvine, Fine Arts
Center and Orange County Great Park.
In 2002, Kevin co-founded ISM, a non-profit
organization publishing paperback projects and
producing international art experiments. In 2013,
Kevin co-founded Black Hill Press, a publishing
collective dedicated to the novella.
He has produced exhibitions and programs
with many institutions including Bergamot
Station Arts Center, Grand Central Art Center,
Laguna Art Museum, Long Beach Museum of Art,
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and
the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art.
Kevin is the author of And This Was My
Happy Ending, I Am. You Are., The Adventures of
Super Bunny and Giant Cat Bear and Charlie, How To Catch a Cloud, How To Be a Super
Hero, Begin, and 29 to 31: A Book of Dreams.
His work has been featured in Artslant, Daily Candy,Flavorpill, The Hollywood
Reporter, Huffington Post, Juxtapoz Magazine, KCBS, KCET, KCRW, KNBC, LA Times, LA
Weekly,Long Beach Press Telegram, OC Register, OC Weekly, Riviera Magazine, among others.
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Nirvan is an LA based filmmaker, creative
consultant, speaker, and entrepreneur. Nirvan began teaching himself animation while
studying philosophy at New College. He
went on to earn and MFA in Experimental
Animation from CalArts. Nirvan’s animated
short films have screened in festivals worldwide, winning numerous awards. In 2001,
Nirvan began an ongoing collaborative
experiment called The 1 Second Film, which
became among the first crowd funded
films. In 2012, Nirvan directed Caine’s Arcade, an 11-minute short film that became
a viral phenomenon. Receiving over 8
million views and sparking a global movement of cardboard creativity in kids around
the world. After Caine’s Arcade, Nirvan
founded the non-profit Imagination Foundation to find, foster, and fund creativity
and entrepreneurship in more kids. Nirvan
has received the Dan Eldon Creative Activist
Award and the innovation in Action award.
Nirvan is a partner at Interconnected,
consults with companies and non-profits,
serves on the board of CicLAvia, and tries to
keep up with his garden and email.
Nirvan is a popular speaker at companies, schools and universities, and corporations around the world sharing inspiring
stories, films, and insights that deliver a
message with an emotional impact. Nirvan
has spoken at Google, YouTube, General
Motors, Cannes Lions, Viacom, E & J Gallo
Winery, the Social Innovation Summit, Kellog Innovation network, Colorado Innovation network, TEDx, to name a few. Don’t
miss his heartwarming presentation about
the creative spirit.
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Studio Workshops and Tours
Printmaking
In Studio
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2014
INSTRUCTORS:
NICK CAPACI AND JONDE NORTHCUTT
If you have not experienced printmaking in the studio of Nick Capaci
and Jonde Northcutt before, you have the rare opportunity to take
advantage of this pre-conference tour to their newly renovated
Santa Ana studio. The process of Monotype creates a unique printed
image of diverse applications. Combined with painting, collage and
drawing mediums, the options for visual enticements are endless!
This workshop is for all levels and offers a wonderful non-toxic printmaking journey to take to your studio or classroom.
Optional materials to bring available at caea-arteducation.org.
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Van leaves the Hotel Irvine at 8:30 a.m. and
returns at 4:30 p.m.
There will be an additional cost for paper used per participant at
the end of the workshop.
This class is closed.
TOUR VANS DEPART 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE SCHEDULED TOUR TIME POSTED
PRE-CONFERENCE TOURS
THURSDAY, NOV. 13
Tour#1
9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. $20
ORANGE COUNTY ART MUSEUMS
Come early to the conference and spend the day visiting
the fabulous Orange County Museums of Art and galleries. A fantastic day long tour has been planned for you that
will take you to the Bowers Museum, CSUF Grand Central
Station Galleries, lunch on your own at a unique GCS
eatery, the Orange County Museum of Art, and finally a
visit to the Laguna Museum of Art before returning to the
Hotel Irvine. Museum exhibition details may be found at
caea-arteducation..org Conference Website
2:30-4:30 p.m.
8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Friday, November 14
$20
IRVINE ART MUSEUM SANTA ANA ARTS DISTRICT,
GRAND CENTRAL STATION, SANTORA BLDG,
SAC ART GALLERY OCCCA AND VAALA
Van leaves the hotel at 9:30 a.m.
Van leaves the hotel at 9 a.m.
Tour#4
Tour#2
$5
Visit the Irvine Museum of Art, the Santora Building and the juried CAEA-SA
Artists Gallery Exhibition in the Santa Ana College Art Gallery.
Have lunch on your own in one of the eateries in the Santa Ana Arts District on
Broadway. Cross the street to the Orange County Center for Contemporary Arts
and finally visit the Vietnamese American Arts and Letters.
Detailed museum exhibition information may be found on the
caea.arteducation.org Conference Website.
Tour#3 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. $20
Saturday, November 15
ORANGE COUNTY SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
MISSION VIEJO OSO CREEK TRAIL
WALK AND GREAT PARK EXPERIENCE
Don’t miss this opportunity to visit the award-winning
Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) in Santa Ana.
Established in 1987, OCSA provides a creative, challenging
and nurturing environment that offers bright and talented
students unparalleled preparation for higher education
and a profession in the arts. This premier public charter
school currently serves nearly 2,000 students in grades
7-12 from more than 100 cities throughout Southern
California and offers 5 schools of study, with 15 arts conservatory programs. For additional information visit www.
ocsarts.net.
If you like to walk, this guided tour will be an exciting
adventure. The Oso Creek Trail is nestled along the riparian corridor of the
Oso Creek Valley . it is a wonderfully planned adventure full of amenities and
features that include the Peace Obelisk to honor victims of 9/11, the mosaic
history walls in the Character Garden , the painted butterflies , the Celebration
Garden, the Wave Wall on the Upper Oss Creek Trail and the murals surrounding the Village Green. Over 130,00 plants have been planted by volunteers,
along with native trees, birds galore for “birders” to photograph, sketch and
just enjoy. It is an EASY level trail, suitable for everyone! Lunch on your own in a
nearby eatery. Then on to experience the Great Park Gallery.
Detailed information about the Trail and the Great Park may be found on the
caea-arteducation.org Conference Website.
Van leaves the hotel at 2 p.m.
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Strands
New Media Strand
8:15 - 8:30am
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10:30 - 11:00am
11:00 - 12:25pm
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Mac Lab
PC Lab
Welcome
What is “Media?” - A brief overview
Mobile Apps for Creativity:
Image, text, and motion in your pocket
The Power of Color:
Expression w/ Adobe Photoshop
Deb Joseph, Visual Communication and Design, Beverly Hills High School
Matt Cauthron, Digital Arts Technology Academy
Fine Arts, Animation, and Imagination:
Hands-on w/ Adobe Photoshop
Teri Brudnak, Digital Media Arts, Corona del Mar High School
Playing with Pattern:
Vibrancy w/ Adobe Illustrator
Teri Brudnak, Digital Media Arts, Corona del Mar High School
Jeff Larson, CAST Academy, San Francisco
Exploring Form and Function:
3D Printing in the Classroom and beyond!
Using Cool Google Apps to Engage Students:
Variety for tasks, presentations, and social media
Jeff Larson, CAST Academy, San Francisco
Matt Cauthron, Digital Arts Technology Academy
Airwolf 3D Printers
Hilda Baitoo, Professor/Freelance Graphic Designer
Deb Joseph, Visual Communication and Design, Beverly Hills High School
Matt Cauthron, Digital Arts Technology Academy
Hilda Baitoo, Professor/Freelance Graphic Designer
Lunch and 3D Printing demonstration with Airwolf Included with registration!
Content Management & Teacher Resources:
Image Editing w/Google Apps:
Methods for the madness
Industry trends and techniques
Closing and Raffle - Adobe, Magbak, and Sensu Products
Buses Depart
Spend a day
or part of a day
with The California Arts Project!
The California Arts Project’s
Strand of Workshops
Overview
Presenters:
Kristine Alexander, The California Arts Project Executive Director
Teresa Cotner, Northern California Arts Project, Regional Director
Armalyn De La O, RIMS California Arts Project, Regional Director
Helena Hanna, Southern Counties Arts Project, Regional Director
Barbara Hughes, Bay Area California Arts Project, Regional Director
Nancy Oudegeest, Valley Sierra California Arts Project, Co-Regional Director
Mari Samuels-Arseneault, Valley Sierra California Arts Project Co-Regional Director
NOVEMBER 15
8:00 am – 2:15 pm | Santiago Room
Session 2
Session 1
Session 3
9:15 – 10:30 am
10:45 am – 12:15 pm
12:45 – 2:15 pm
What is new?
This two-hour block will provide an
overview of the new National Core
Visual Arts Standards. Understand
the “then and now” of the standards,
learn how the new standards are organized, see how to navigate the on-line
standards website, and be updated on
California’s progress toward these new
standards. Learn about TCAP’s leadership work in this area and other TCAP
supports for visual arts educators. All
grade levels
Visual Arts Education for the 21st
Century: moving from Concept to
Practice in Integration of the Common
Core Literacy Standards for Technical
Subjects!
What does instruction in the visual
arts look like when the literacy and
language standards are included?.
Experience a slice of a visual arts unit
and see how these multiple layers of
are related. This session is appropriate
for single subject visual arts teachers,
7-12 levels.
Multiple Subject Teachers: Developing
Artistic Literacy in Visual Arts!
The Common Core calls upon
teachers to share in the responsibility
for developing their students’ content
literacy in the arts. What do multiple
subject teachers need to know to
begin planning instruction in visual
arts? Come and experience a hands-on
slice of TCAP’s approach with multiple
subject teachers who wish to begin to
teach visual arts to their students. Appropriate for multiple subject levels.
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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Administrator/Supervisor Seminar
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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Sessions & Meetings
Round Table Sessions
Area
Meetings
Friday, November 14
3:15-4:15 p.m.
QUAIL HILL
ISSUES GROUPS:
SANTIAGO
GENERAL TOPICS:
SECONDARY EDUCATION
MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATION
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
SPECIAL NEEDS IN ART EDUCATION
HIGHER EDUCATION/ PRE-SERVICE/ RESEARCH
CURRICULUM
DESIGN ISSUES
MULTI-CULTURAL
ART ED TECH
COMMUNITY ARTS
INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS ART EDUCATION
MUSEUM EDUCATION
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
ADMINISTRATION/SUPERVISION
LGBT
WOMEN’S CAUCUS
SPIRITUAL
CAEA STATE COUNCIL POSITIONS
CAEA AREA PRESIDENTS
CAEA RETIRED ART EDUCATORS
CAEA STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
EXEMPLARY PROGRAMS
YOUTH ART MONTH
CAEA PROFESSIONAL AWARDS/
NATIONAL BOARD
NAHS/JR NAHS
NAEA/ CAEA STUDENT CHAPTERS
TCAP
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3:15-4:15 p.m.
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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Master Classes Irvine 2014
Buses leave hotel one-half hour before the scheduled class time and will leave to return to the hotel 15 minutes after
the class ends. There is a $50 fee for each class payable with registration or on site for classes available.
Pay materials fee directly to the instructor. Materials list: See caea-arteducation.org Conference Website
Detailed descriptions, photos and material lists are posted on the
Conference website
FRIDAY, NOV. 14
250 Plein Air Painting
at Crystal Cove with Mark
Kerckhoff
9:30 – 2:00 pm
LOCATION: Crystal Cove Beach
Plein Air is the Art of Observation. Learn technique and aesthetic observation with Mark in
the beautiful beach of Crystal Cove. Recommended for Advanced artists.
Cancelled 251 Sculpture in
Stone and Clay
252
Drawing Sit-Ups
8:30-11:30 am
Saddleback College Campus
Want to loosen up and reconnect with (or
discover) your innate drawing confidence?
This class has you covered. Through quick,
intuitive gesture drawings we will tap into our
eye-hand connection and learn to trust its
competence. MATERIAL FEE: NONE
260 Creating Drama with
Light and Shadow
Instructor: Carolin Peters
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
In this 3 hour class participants will explore
how to create dramatic, yet realistic statements in charcoal. They will get a refresher on
sighting principles to improve your drawing’s
proportions, and learn to understand and use
the logic behind light and shadow distribution. MATERIALS FEE: NONE
Wheel Throwing/Basic
and Advanced Wheel Throwing
Instructor: Bruce Harris
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
353
Mixed Media Collage –
“Faces in a Crowd”
8:30 – 11:30 am
Instructor: Jacki Long
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
Participants will learn how to loosen up and
simplify portraits. In this class multiple faces
will be painted on different substrates, trying
out various styles and mediums using acrylics,
marking Check out her daily blog http://jackilong.blogspot.com. MATERIALS TO BRING:
aprons, collage materials and gloves
360 Mixed Media Collage –
350
Slab Built Boxes in Clay Mixed Media Journals
8:30 am– 3:30 pm
Scott will share his unique hand building techniques and demonstrate how to make four
different types of soft slab projects. He will
share images of one- slab plates, folded slab
trays, bowl and open box along with exploring
decorative options with surface embellishment and handle and feet ornamentation.
12:30 – 3:30 pm
Instructor: Jacki Long
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
Participants will learn different techniques of
collage. Students will paint on different substrates and use various styles and mediums
such as acrylics, marking tools and collage
materials. Re purpose books and memories.
MATERIALS TO BRING: aprons, collage materials and gloves
351
Sculpture with Brittnay 361 Cariactures with Hiep
Ryan
Nguyen
8:30 – 3:30 pm
12:30 – 3:30 pm
Brittnay shares her secrets of capturing the
human form three-dimensionally. Participants
will be creating a life size self-portrait sculpture in wire and mounting it on a plaster cast
base. MATERIALS FEE: $15
Do you want to motivate students to learn
how to draw a portrait? Let’s make it fun!
This Master Class will give you the skills to
learn secrets and techniques of portrait caricature. You’ll develop, practice, and transform
a serious (boring) portrait drawing into a
“whack-on-the-side-of-the-head” caricature
that everyone having a big laughs drawing
each other. MATERIALS FEE: $10
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
12:30-3:30 pm
12:30 – 3:30
SATURDAY, NOV. 15
Instructor: Scott Young
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
Instructor: Carolin Peters
LOCATION: SADDLEBACK COLLEGE
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Bruce Harris, “master potter” and ceramic
artist will conduct a demonstration and question and answer master class on the basics
of throwing clay vessels using the potters
wheel. This class is designed for the individual
with little or no experience in the use of the
potters wheel. Such aspects as wedging,
kneading, centering, opening, and raising a
piece of clay will be presented. participating.
Class limited to 30 | MATERIAL FEE: NONE |
MATERIALS TO BRING: a sketchbook for note
taking and camera for photos and video
caea-arteducation.org
352
Watercolor Painting
with Marlene Gerloff
8:30 – 11:30 am
LOCATION: CSUF-IRVINE CAMPUS
LOCATION: CSUF-IRVINE CAMPUS
Marlene will stress a personal approach
through planning a strong composition, the
use of an underpainting, creative color and
the value of values Marlene is originally from
Boston, she received her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art. MATERIALS FEE: $10
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
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Featured Artists
Featured Artists are pre-paid workshops, see the conference
web-site caea-arteducation.org for more detailed descriptions
and photos. All Featured Artist workshops are $15 + materials fee
to be paid to the artist at the time of the workshop.
Clay and the Art of Burnishing
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 | 8:00-9:30pm
INSTRUCTOR: MARSHA JUDD
Marsha Judd will present a “Featured Artist Workshop” on the secrets of burnishing
clay. This ancient technique has been utilized and revered by potters since the beginning of ceramic history. Judd’s tales of the trials of experimentation, happy accidents,,
angry neighbors, great mentors and teachers will delight and entertain you as you learn
how to burnish! This is a must for ceramics artists and teachers .
MATERIALS FEE $10 payable to the instructor | CLASS LIMIT: 12 | THIS CLASS IS CLOSED
Using Art Collaboration as a Tool
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 | 8:00-9:30pm
INSTRUCTORS: JOY ALDRICH AND AILEEN MAY
Participate in a community collaboration project using mosaics. Participants will learn
a contouring and literal technique when applying mosaic to sculptural surfaces. Fun for
all and a great feeling of accomplishment. Creating “ART” with a community develops trust in innate ability, discards limited thinking and builds confidence and invites
viewing from a new perspective. It expands vision, resolves mistakes, creates design,
expects balance and teaches patience as part of the making of a new community.
MATERIALS FEE: NONE | CLASS LIMIT: 30
Glass Fusion
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16 | 10:45am-12:00pm
INSTRUCTOR: JACKIE ZIMBALIST
Spend the last bit of conference time creating magical pieces with an award-winning and talented Laguna Beach Featured Artist, Jackie Zimbalist. Artists of all skill
levels are invited to participate in this glass jewelry making class. In just a couple of
hours, Jackie will demonstrate and guide you in how to create several beautifully
crafted pieces of beautifully fused glass. Her art is a combination of science, timing,
heat and of course, a bit of serendipity.
MATERIALS FEE: $10 payable to the instructor | CLASS SIZE LIMIT: 25
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Workshops Irvine 2014
Schedule is subject to change. Check daily for additions and
cancellations to the workshop schedule posted in the registration area.
GRADE LEVEL:
elementary
high school
higher education
Digital two-dimensional
three-dimensional
Zentangles
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14
middle school
INSTRUCTOR: BETSY SMITH
LOCATION:PELICAN
8:00-9:30PM
SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP
All Levels
Creating Community
Through Cuerda Seca Tile Murals
INSTRUCTOR: JENNIFER SALAS
LOCATION: EXHIBIT HALL-SALON D/E
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13
As a way to build community, students and
teachers work together using Laguna Clay’s low-fire
Creatable Colors glaze applicators to create a mural.
CAEA 2014 conference participants will glaze the
“Doves of Peace” mural tiles during the conference.
It will be auctioned, at the Scholarship Live Auction
dinner on Saturday evening, to raise funds for the
Joe Koons Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship
will provide funding for a high school ceramics
teacher to attend the 2015 CAEA State Conference.
Supported by Laguna Clay.
6:00-8:00PM
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
GELLI ARTS
INSTRUCTOR: KRISTEN WIEGAND
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
CRAYOLA
8:00-9:00AM
INSTRUCTOR: LINDA PARZYCH
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
WORKSHOPS
Blick Art Materials:
Painting Black Velvet Mystery
INSTRUCTOR: MARIBETH MCFAUL
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Learn the history of street painting, the techniques
and necessary materials, and how to start your
own Street Painting Festival. Then participate in the
street painting activity on the Terrace. The painting
on the Terrace will be ongoing all weekend.
7:30-9:00PM
Art Miles Murals
INSTRUCTOR: LINDA CARTER
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Participants create a pastel composition on black
rayon velour, then add accents and embellishments
with special UV paint. The images are invisible at
first, but really come to life when placed under a
black light.
All Artist
INSTRUCTOR: NONE, DRAWING ON YOUR OWN
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Model provided! Bring your drawing board/ paper
and favorite media and draw, draw, draw.
INSTRUCTOR: LORA SANDERS
LOCATION: OAK CREEK
Teach your students how to appreciate newspapers
while creating culturally relevant paintings out of
text and acrylic paint. This lesson is designed to
engage student through social media, a You Tube
video and three meaningful sketchbook pages
prior to the project. The concept is based on the IB
model and the lesson plan is designed to meet the
California Visual Arts Standards and Common Core
Standards.
ALL LEVELS Creating Community
Through “Cuerda Seca” Tile Murals
INSTRUCTOR: JENNIFER KOONS SALAS
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Jennifer will present a history of the tile designs
created by Joe Koons’ during his career and introduce the new Joe Koons’ Scholarship Tile Project
that will be completed during the conference .
It will be located at the Laguna Clay booth in the
Exhibit Hall and everyone will be invited to “glaze a
tile” for it. It will be included in the Scholarship Live
Auction on Saturday evening. She will also show
slides and elaborate about theMission Viejo community mural project that she participated in.
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INSTRUCTOR: TAMI LINCOLN
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
This workshop will be presented by an experienced
2-D animation teacher with years of experience in
a successful, established animation program in her
school. Besides hands on activities, she will provide
an informational packet of lessons and describe
how to begin a basic 2-D animation program.
Preparing for Retirement
with CalSTRS and CalPERS
ALL LEVELS
Do not miss this workshop if you care about your
retirement funds. Get the most current up to date
information about CalSTRS and CalPERS retirement
plans. See how everything connects and become
better informed in order to make realistic and
timely decisions about your financial future.
9:15-10:30AM
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
Art and Crayola
INSTRUCTOR: LINDA PARZYCH
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Common Core and IB
Introduction to The Art Miles Mural Project begins
a hands-on interactive mural creation activity that
will continue throughout the weekend. A mural will
be created using acrylic paint, on a 5”x12” stretch
of canvas that has been prepared with gesso.
This project has been displayed in over150 major
exhibitions in the last 15 years and has garnered
major awards and recognitions. The object of the
project is to bring people together through mural
art and support a culture of peace by providing an
opportunity for individual and group expression. All
of the materials will be provided to create a “hands
on” interactive mural. Visit http://www.artmiles.
org for details.
8:00-9:30PM
Figure Drawing Studio
WORKSHOPS
INSTRUCTOR: JOANNE TAWFILLS
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
2-D ANIMATION
INSTRUCTOR: JEREMY GARBER, First Investor Advisor
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
The Power of Pavement Art
Participants will learn the basic philosophy and
techniques of Zentangle. TM. The workshop will
include examples of how Zentangle TM has been
used in a 2nd grade classroom, with SDC students ,
to explore the “zen” of Zentangle TM. It will demonstrate how students can stay focused on an activity and create art that supports science (plants),
social studies (heroes), language arts (illustration)
and school community (big buddies) content.
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Linda will present an exciting workshop that
provides a variety of ways to use Crayola products
to teach the visual arts. This hands-on workshop is
always a winner. Participants enjoy the new ideas
Crayola brings to their workshops and experiencing
the products, new and old, that they share with
them.
WORKSHOPS
Wilderness Landscape
INSTRUCTOR: HEATHER ANDERSON, PhD
LOCATION: OAK CREEK
Create a wilderness “microcosm” landscape in
charcoal or oil pastel to celebrate the 50th year of
the Wilderness Act. Participants will make a quick
sketch with light charcoal line and continue with
details using charcoal and oil pastels, experimenting with values, mixing colors and varying grays to
complete their “wilderness”. Heather’s vast knowledge about the national parks and land makes this
session unforgettable. She will share other lesson
plans and curriculum ideas with participants.
Heather is the 2015 CAEA Outstanding Active
Retired Visual Art Educator.
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What a Relief!
INSTRUCTORS: CAROL WEBB/CHRISTOPHER WEBB
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Use patterns, textures, stencils and other mediums
to create a unique layered print with Carol and
Christopher. The emphasis will be on creating original prints that are colorful expressions of individual
ideas and experiences. As printmakers, they bring
personal artistic experience to this workshop.
More Than Just a Box: Blurring the Boundries
INSTRUCTOR: PENNY VENOLA
LOCATION: PELICAN
Package design in new dimensions that reflect
student’s consumer world, uses creative thinking, rulers and a minimum of common art room
supplies. Package design and construction is a
major selling point in today’s world. This design
project incorporates visual thinking, measurement,
proportion, and elements of model making all done
with pencil, paper, and color media to produce an
exciting fabricated package with high visual interest
and imagination.
Innovation in Our Own
Backyard-Paper Mosaic
Hip Hop Airbrush
“Inspiring Youth Through Urban Art”
INSTRUCTOR: MALCOM McCRAE
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Create airbrush art that represents personal
cultures and bridges gaps with creativity and inspiration. This hands-on workshop provides teachers
and outlet for themselves through art using the
airbrush and urban art as new tools to incorporate
into their curriculum. Participants will learn how
to use the airbrush and create art that represents
their student’s cultures. By connecting and relating
with students on their level helps bridge the gap
of learning and fascinating growth in a unique, fun
and creative way.
Breaking the Mold:
Lead, Laugh, and Restore the Joy of Teaching
INSTRUCTOR: HIEP NGUYEN
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Hiep’s workshops are always filled with activities
that are just plain fun! This lively and activity filled
one will begin with an ”cebreaker” and motivational exercises to promote teamwork, release stresses,
and restore the joy of teaching. Participants will
learn and practice:
• 3 co-leadership games
INSTRUCTOR: TERESA COTNER
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
This art lesson is suitable for students of all ages
and uses paper mosaic as a way to discover and
express innovative solutions to physical or social
predicaments that we encounter in our local
environment. Familiar places, such as our own
backyards, school yards, or neighborhood parks
may provide the most meaningful innovative happenings if we actively engage with the physical and
social dimensions we see and experience there
Online Tools:
Where the Wild Things Are!
INSTUCTOR: CHRIS GUENTER
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
Take a walk on the wild side! This session is
designed for K-12 art educators and will highlight
a series of free digital tools that you can use to
organize yourself as you plan curriculum, open a
unit, anchor a lesson, work on digital portfolios,
integrate Digital tools designed for all levels to
help plan curriculum, open a unit, anchor a lesson
and/or directly engage students in digital art assignments. These tools have been used in my art
education courses at the university with student
teachers and/or teachers earning their masters degrees. A link to all online tools shred will be made
available to participants. Cris Guenter is the NAEA
Pacific Region Vice President-Elect.
10:45AM-12:00PM
Dynamic iPad Photography
Projects
INSTRUCTOR: RINA VINETZ
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
The best app on your iPad is the camera! We will
explore classroom-tested photography projects
you can do with your students using only the iPad
camera and free apps. Projects include fine art connections. Learn leaf collage, shadow art, alphabet
photography, blended self-portraits, found object
illustrations and more. We will discuss turning in
work, sharing , printing and displaying work, working collaboratively and creating tutorials. Suitable
for grades 2-12. Piease bring your iPad to the
session. Please download the following free apps
before the session:1) Pic Collage 2)Sketchbook X.
• 2 morning songs and a ritual that promotes
calmness, concentration and empowerment
• 3 laughing wellness exercises
• At the end, participants will create a large drawing together if time allows
Create 2 Exciting Collage Projects
INSTRUCTOR: MERRILEE RAGLAND
LOCATION: PELICAN
This dual project collage workshop will have
participants creating an original rainforest bird or
an underwater fish using methods that have been
classroom tested. The second original collage will
be created using an interesting still life with vegetables as inspiration. Merrilee is an outstanding
active retired elementary teacher who continues
to inspire students to produce award winning
artworks.
Art Program Goals, Say Them Loud,
Say Them Proud
INSTRUCTOR: SAMUEL SWAIL
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
We can’t teach everything! How do we decide?
Without a clear vision of where we are going, how
can we advocate for our needs, assess, improve, or
fill gaps in our program interpretations of artistic
expression? The presentation will provide ideas
for creating a vision and how to get there. The
presenter has crafted his Art Program Goals to focus, translate, and connect to other subject areas,
staff and administration, Common Core Standards,
STEAM, the community, and most importantly the
diverse lives and needs of his students.
The Train Tribe Project:
A True Story of Art in Motion
INSTRUCTOR: JAMES REES
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
Share the journey of a group of Utah high school
students collaborating with Commuters in Washington DC. Students used images and symbols to
convey real meaning and the power to represent a
big idea: what unites people? The project helped
both the students and the travelers understand different perspectives and reflect on their own value
systems for living. The arts became the vehicle for
helping to learn empathy and technology enhanced
the pathways that allowed them to examine their
own lives. My students learned about the challenge
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of balancing work and family, how common values
tie people, and the importance of communicating
to better understand others.
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
12:45-1:45PM
Magna Chrome - Subtractive Color Acrylic
Painting Techniques
INSTRUCTORS: DAVID TAMORI
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
A practical classroom approach to teaching acrylic
painting to students; how to use and manage
acrylic paint efficiently.
Integrated Learning Through
Contemporary Art INSTRUCTORS: DAVID DONAHUE/ JULIA MARSHALL
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Explore how to use art, from the contemporary
scene, as a catalyst for inspiring, creating and critiquing art . Drawing on examples of contemporary
art across a variety of media, this session provides
a model of thoughtful, multidimensional, and
substantive integrated learning across disciplines.
Participants will explore how critical thinking and
open-ended inquiry promotes student-centered
art-based research.
What Can We Learn From
Street Art?
INSTRUCTOR: G. JAMES DAICHENDT
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
An introduction to how street art can serve as a
model for thinking about art education. Is street
art the next major art movement or is it a simply
a trend? What the differences are between graffiti
and street art will be explored. A number of counterintuitive themes plague street art but that does
not stop the excitement and enthusiasm surrounding this engaging and exciting art form.
Arts Advantage Panel
ALL LEVELS
PRESENTERS: JIM THOMAS, HELEN HANNA, PAT
WAYNE
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Orange County Department of Education’s arts
initiative with The California Arts Project: Southern
Counties Regional Site and Arts Orange County.
Hear how they started the intieative, how they’ve
kept the initiative alive and what the future holds
for Arts Advantage districts and arts education in
Orange County.
Identity as Agency: asking students
to express and affirm who they are
INSTRUCTOR: ALISHA MERNICK
LOCATION: PELICAN
How does art reflect, as well as shape, our world?
What is the relationship between the artist and
the “real world”? How do we communicate mood
through an image? How do we represent our opinions and feeling with abstract design elements?
This workshop will present two case studies by
teachers who have asked students to explore how
art has the power to affect change on oneself, their
community and the world around them and use
art as a tool for student exploration and critical
analysis of unique self-portraits.
TIME TO TEACH ART!
INSTRUCTOR: ANNE AUSTIN
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
Achievement gaps can occur for many reasons.
One significant cause is due to the disruption of the
classroom because of certain low-level student be-
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haviors. Whether the teacher is new or a seasoned
veteran, who has seen it all, effective classroom
management is a continual challenge. “Time to
Teach ART’ distills a 6-hour course into a shorter
workshop to provide educators with a set of strategies for improving classroom management. No longer will lessons languish due to classroom discipline
disruptions. Instead teachers will recapture what is
really important—“Time to Teach Art”.
Theatre Designer/College Professor
Using Design to Improve Higher Thinking
Skills and Literafry McFANNAnalysis
INSTRUCTOR: KENT Mc FANN
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
Participants will learn how to help students form
a deeper understanding of characterization, plot,
and setting through choices the author has made
with regard to these elements. We will read a short
story and begin the design process by breaking
down descriptive language and creating the visual
images described by the author.
Education Programs Consultant for Arts, Media,
and Entertainment and Visual and Performing Arts,
Secondary will introduce a moderated panel of
educators from 2013 – 2014 Model Arts, Media,
and Entertainment Schools and provide updates on
CTE AME.
Using Google Tools to
Collaborate and Teach in an Art Program
INSTRUCTOR: LORI NOCK
LOCATION: PELICAN
The workshop participants will receive information
on how to set up Google Plus for their department
and how to begin using the tools to enhance their
teaching practice, department collaboration and
communication with other staff and the administration. They found that the tools provided them with
the ability to share documents, video conference,
text and more. They were able to documented
their efforts and share them with administrators
using the Google plus tools. Sample Common Core
lesson plans will be provided.
Colored Pencil and the Common Core
2:00-3:00PM
INSTRUCTOR: E’LYSSA ZUER
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
Blick Art Materials:
Creative Quill Pen
INSTRUCTOR: LINDA CARTER
LOCATION: OAK CREEK
Imagine the stories, poems, and sketches that can
be created with a hybrid quill and dip pen that’s a
work of art in itself! Participants ,in this Blick Art
Materials‘ workshop, will assemble, decorate, and
write with a feather pen of their own design.
Art Since 2000: Making Sense of
Emerging Art
INSTRUCTOR: KARISSA FERRELL
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
It is hard to deny that a gap exists between what
art educators teach in the classroom and what goes
on in the ever evolving realm of contemporary art.
Constrained disciplines and mastery of traditional
techniques are not what motivate and challenge
most of today’s youth. The presenter will explore
a variety of trends and concepts that connect
contemporary artists with their roots in the past, as
well as engage students with the art of their own
time. Visit TeachArt.org as a resource.
Design Thinking in the Classroom
INSTRUCTORS: RAYA LOPEZ/ CRISTINA FAULKNER
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Design thinking is an exciting teaching technique
that fosters creativity, collaboration and problem
solving skills. Workshop participants will engage
in a fast paced design challenge, hear about the
presenter’s experiences using Design Thinking in
the art classroom, and take away resources for
participants who would like to try this technique.
Design thinking emphasizes the role of empathy in
identifying the specific needs of individuals as an
essential first step in developing innovative solutions for the problems and complex challenges we
face daily. Additional steps in this human-centered
approach focuses on clearly framing problems,
generating possible solutions, and prototyping and
testing ideas.
Using colored pencils, participants will master
technique while identifying elements of their own
cultural background, and incorporate them using
symbolism, allegory, and irony. They will create
unique colorful animals that will illustrate their
own personal cultural background and identity. The
composition will be guided by the elements of art:
line, shape, form, space, texture and value and the
principles of design: balance, contrast, repetition,
pattern, unity, movement and emphasis. Handouts
will include colored pencil animals from major artists across cultures and historical periods
Out of the Box Learning & Arts
Playmaking and Performance: Using
Popular Children’s Literature to Increase
Literacy Through Script Writing and Acting
INSTRUCTOR: APRIL SAYEGH
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
Participants will learn how students can become
more comfortable performing in front of new
people, while improving literacy through exploration of improv sketch theatre, and performance.
After a quick introduction to improvisation, participants will use children’s books to create simple
scripts through improv and sketch writing, focusing
on necessary story elements and story structure. If
time allows, participants will perform their plays
for the group.
3:15-4:15PM
ROUND TABLE SESSIONS
6:00-7:30 PM
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
Blick Art Materials: We All Wear
Masks, Metaphorically Speaking
INSTRUCTORL JULIE TONKOVICH
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
Participants will investigate the function of masks
in a variety of past and present cultures and create
a plaster “Life Mask”, casting the face of a living
person
Gelli Arts Printmaking
INSTRUCTOR: JENNIFER MARQUEZ
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Jennifer will be presenting a lesson on how to
use Gelli Arts products in the visual arts classroom
to create innovative and exciting art works at all
levels.
WORKSHOPS
Brain Break: Steady Beat and Reading
Fluency
INSTRUCTOR: BETH SUSSMAN
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
A joyful workshop that uses music and movement
to teach and practice the skill of steady beat. This
inner sense of timing is crucial for reading fluency
and comprehension. In the 1970’s, 80-90% of kids
entering Kindergarten had the ability to keep a
steady beat. By the 90’s it had declined to 10%.
Kids that the presenter has worked with have
doubled, tripled, and even quadrupled their fluency
rates.
Participants will learn these joyful “Brain Breaks”:
• A simple African chant that has a steady beat
• A fun and easy sequence of movements to a
song with a great beat
• How to conduct to the beat of a classical piece
using different parts of our bodies
• A poem with a steady beat which we will express
in a variety of ways using musical terms (connects to reading and speaking with expression)
6:30-7:00
PM
Traveling Sketchbooks
INSTRUCTOR: donna banning
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
The Traveling Sketchbooks are back! Come to this
session with your “traveling sketchbook” and trade
it for another one, or take a new one. Sketchbooks
provided by Blick Art Materials.
ISSUES GROUPS
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Groups posted
6:30-7:00
PM
Wire Wrap Jewelry
GENERAL TOPICS
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Topics posted
INSTRUCTOR: JOE McFAUL
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
CAROUSEL OF INNOVATION-EXHIBIT HALL/
SALON D/E
CDE PANEL: 2013-2014 Model Arts, Media,
and Entertainment Schools
ALL LEVELS
ALL LEVELS
Learn the basic techniques for creating wire wrap
pendants, rings and earrings. It is fun and easy with
step-by-step directions. $5 donation suggested.
Computer Graphic Design for
Young But Capable Kids
INSTRUCTOR: LIZ MOSHER
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
PRESENTER: JACK MITCHELL, California Department of Education
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Using Microsoft Word-Office the presenter will take
the participants through the 15 steps to teach your
students how to make a flyer, business card, and/
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or pamphlet for their personal interest or school
events, reports or projects. Besides finding what all
of those buttons are for we will cover the principles
of design to insure that the poster attracts attention and gives a clear message. Bring your own
laptop or Ipad with Microsoft Word-Office on it.
Wifi available.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15
8:OOAM-1:00PM
te. crayon. Come to explore, contribute and learn in
a no stress, creative and friendly environment.
Title One
INSTRUCTOR: SAMUEL SWAIL
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Questions about Title One and your classroom?
Sam has designed this session as an open discussion by participants, to discuss the challenges they
have met and the successes they have experienced
in their Title One environments. Sam will share his
own experiences as well. A must for all Title One
teachers.
Coil Baskets
INSTRUCTOR: ELIZABETH RUBENSTEIN
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
ALL LEVELS
Laguna Clay: Creating
Community Through Cuerda Seca Tile Mural
INSTRUCTOR: JENNIFER SALAS
LOCATION: EXHBIT HALL SALON D/E
Learn simple step-by-step methods for making coil
baskets with inexpensive and found materials using
ancient and modern techniques.
9:15-10:30AM
First Grade Blue Dog
8:00-9:00AM
Golden Spirals
INSTRUCTOR: KATHY ROGERS
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
Imagine the excitement your students will share
when they see Gustav Klimt’s Tree of Life mural.
Sargent Art has the perfect supplies for your students to create a stunning Tree of Life of their own.
Design Inspirations Where Designers
“Shop” for Ideas-FIDM
This lesson is so much fun and colorful! The
presenter begins with a discussion of George
Rodrique’s childhood dog Tiffany and describes
how she reads his book, “Blue Dog”, to her class
for information and inspiration. This workshop
will present the step by step process the presenter
uses to teach this lesson, from the development of
a background painting, to the gluing of an original
blue dog body to it.
Art Education and the
Radioactive Seafood Market
INSTRUCTOR: JOY SPINK, FIDM Instructor
and College Representative
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
From nature to architecture, music and technology,
the sources for creative inspiration are many and
varied. This presentation explores the visionary
process behind fashion, interiors, print and graphics, automobiles, and more.
Fine Art Discussions: Powerful
Opportunities to Reinforce Common Core
Standards
INSTRUCTOR: BARBARA PLACE
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
This presentation focuses on concrete and
research-proven strategies for the art teacher to
reinforce critical reading, listening and speaking
strategies specified in the common core state standards through the discussion of fine art images. It
will outline the key reading, listening and speaking
strategies based on discussions of fine art images
to support the school community’s goal of teaching
those skills and strategies. Handouts will outline
key reading strategies, lessons and images for
participants to try out on their own following the
session. Sponsored by Davis Publishing
INSTRUCTORS: LYNETTE K HENDERSON/EDIE
PISTOLOSI/KEN SAKATANI
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Participants will focus on creating brilliant neon
colored mixed-media ocean creatures in a studio
workshop experience. This workshop presents
an innovative thematic curriculum, designed to
integrate studio skills with a contemporary international phenomenon that has an effect on us here in
California. With an emphasis on the 2011 tsunamidamaged Fukushima nuclear reactors on the coast
of Japan, students learn about the environmental
effects of the ocean waters, ongoing problems and
the U.S. and related energy production issues.
A New Twist on Paper Figures
INSTRUCTOR: KAY DEVINE
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
WORKSHOPS
Participants will create an original three-dimensional sculpture using rolls of paper, toothpicks and
glue in the manner of modern artists who quill.
Each piece will be created using a variety of geometric and organic shapes, as well as, contrasting
colors. Participants will look at various examples of
paper filigree from diverse cultures and historical
settings. There will be a discussion of the differences between earlier historical pieces and today’s
art examples. The discussion will focus on the role
of art in past cultures versus our culture today.
INSTRUCTOR: PATRICE COOLEY
LOCATION:WOODBRIDGE
SPEND A DAY OR PART OF A DAY WITH
THE CALIFORNIA ARTS PROJECT
Experimenting with
Chalk Pastels
This hands-on workshop will explore the basics of
using soft chalk pastels and conte crayon. Participants will review chalk pastel and conte crayon
techniques and experiment with them to create a
small image. Instruction will include how to create
the illusion of form using soft chalk pastels and con-
TCAP STRAND Workshop-Session 1
PRESENTERS: THE CALIFORNIA ARTS PROJECT:
KRIS ALEXANDER, TCAP, Executive Director
TERESA COTNER, Northern TCAP, Regional Director
ARMALYN De La O, RIMS TCAP, Regional Director
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What is new? This session will provide an overview
of the new National Visual Arts Standards. Understand the “then and now” of the standards. Learn
how the new standards are organized, see how
to navigate the on-line standards website, and be
updated on California’s progress toward these new
standards. Learn about TCAP’s leadership work in
this area and other TCAP supports for visual arts
educators. This session is appropriate for all grade
levels.
Paper Quilts
INSTRUCTOR: ELIZABETH RUBENSTEIN
LOCATION: PELICAN
Inspired by the geometric artworks of Eleanor
McCain, paper quilt blocks will be created to demonstrate a collaborative project.
A Bunch of Handmade
Book Ideas!
INSTRUCTOR: RENEE ROBINETTE
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
HELENA HANNA, Southern Counties TCAP, Regional Director
NANCY OUDEGEEST, Valley Sierra TCAP, Co-Regional Director
MARI SAMUELS, Valley Sierra TCAP, Co-Regional Director
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
INSTRUCTOR: KATHY OLSON
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
Learn how to make a variety of books, from simple
to more complex, that can be incorporated into
your writing standards for math, science and history. You will learn how to make books including
the slit book, an accordian style book, a paper bag
book and more.
10:45AM-12:00PM
Come to RIZZI City!
INSTRUCTORS: EILEEN O’BRIEN/MONIQUE
POLDBERG
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
This hands-on workshop for elementary teachers
will be based on the work of New York Pop artist,
James Rizzi. Participants will make a colorful threedimensional house or building using watercolor
and crayon resist. Additional examples and media
choices will be shared as examples of what may be
adapted for your grade level and curriculum.
Create Design Time
INSTRUCTOR: LINDA ERICKSON
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
This exciting and unique workshop will demonstrate how to design and create a clay clock that
works!
Uncommon CORE Identities:
Alter Egos and Imaginary Friends
INSTRUCTORS: KATHLEEN CROCETTI/SUSAN
MEGORDAN/GINI GYORKOS
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
This workshop will present how to teach basic sewing skills, explore creativity and manifest inner alter
egos in soft sculptures.
TCAP STRAND Workshop Session 2
PRESENTERS: SEE TCAP Workshop Session 1
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
Visual Arts Education for the 21st Century: moving
from Concept to Practice in Integration of the
Common Core Literacy Standards for Technical
Subjeccts! What does instruction in the visual arts
look like when the literacy and language standards
are included? Learn of TCAP’s professional learning
programs for the visual arts educators focused
on these standards, Common Core and other arts
education initiatives. This session is appropriate for
single subject visual arts teachers, 7-12 levels.
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Building a Successful AP 3D Course
INSTRUCTOR: JOANNA JONES
LOCATION: PELICAN
INSTRUCTOR: ANNE UPHOFF
LOCATION: PELICAN
Learn how to encourage “design thinking” by using
the design cycle to deepen student engagement
with more personal investment. The design cycle
helps students to develop the “Studio Thinking
Habits” of engaging and persisting, and envisioning.
Participants will learn how to turn a perspective
drawing “assignment” into a “project” with more
personal investment.
Learning Observational Drawing
in a [+SM] Art Way
This workshop will focus on helping high school
teachers create and build a successful AP 3-D
course. The presenter will share how to recruit
students and grow the program year to year. Everything from project ideas, to helping a student come
up with a concentration, to how to stage and shoot
projects so they will look their best in photos, and
how to successfully order the photos for a better
overall portfolio presentation will be illustrated with
examples and described in detail.
Using Museums in the Classroom
INSTRUCTOR: MALLORIE MARSH
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
INSTRUCTOR: WIE XU, PH. D.
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
Want to learn a new way to draw? Dr.Xu presents
a new scientific way of realistic drawing. This workshop will teach the “ABC (Angle-Based Constructive)
method” for observational drawing. By applying
simple but elegant math and science principles, we
can turn a drawing task into an easy shape-construction process. No measuring tools or perspective theory is necessary in this progressive method.
The result is the ability to draw anything you see
(two-dimensional or three-dimensional objects) in a
unified manner.
What does it look/sound/move like:
Aesthetics and Creative Literacy
Aesthetic valuing promotes opportunities for
learners to engage in informed dialogic encounters
through interpreting what aesthetic theories might
look/sound/move like. Discovering what a theory
might look like builds a language of vivid visual/aural/kinetic literacy that awakens interpretation and
meaning for aesthetics in the creative process. This
presentation aims to share ideas for engaging in
visualizing aesthetic theories in classroom practice
that can give students confidence and ownership
over complex conceptual ideas, potentially bolstering their creative literacy toolbox.
Step-by-step Guide to Evaluating Art
INSTRUCTOR: RENEE WEITZEL
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
Teach your students how to examine and write
about an art work! Use a method of scaffolding to
produce guided thoughtful, intelligent written art
work evaluations. Participants will learn how to
examine, and write about an art work, identifying
the key elements of art, principles of design, mood,
artists point of view and their personal opinion
about the work of art.
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a holiday/
festival celebrated in Mexico, Ecuador, Guatemala
and other areas of Central and South America. It
is an important ritual that the Latino people see
as “a way of recognizing the cycle of life and death
that is human existence”. During this time, people
remember, re-live and enjoy” November 2nd is the
officially recognized date of the holiday. Although
the celebration is associated with the dead, it is
not portrayed as morbid or depressing, but rather
a period full of life. Workshop participants will
first write a tribute to honor a loved one that has
passed., then design and create a “calaco/skull” in
their honor using the tonal charcoal technique.
Many Hands Make Light Work:
Supportive Training for Classroom
Volunteers
Do you have classroom volunteers help with your
art program? Do you sometimes wonder if “help”
is the right word? Learn some practical tips to train
your art volunteers so that their contribution is
meaningful. In this workshop you’ll receive guidelines and worksheets that you can share with volunteers to help them understand how to appropriately
support your students. Learn how to support them
so the can support you.
The Uterus Flag Project:
for stitchers, knitters, fabric artists and
those concerned with social justice
Flag Project that evolved into sharing and creating
awareness of over “medicalizaton “ of women and
the importance of the uterus. Participants become
the artists and when the project is exhibited it
takes on a feeling of synergism focused on women’s
health.
12:45-2:15PM
TCAP STRAND Workshop Session 3
Multiple Subject Teachers: Developing Artistic
Literacy in Visual Arts
Give the Child the World
INSTRUCTOR: DEBORAH WALLIN
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
Take a spaceship to a distant galaxy, design African
kente cloth with a Maasai craftsman, and record
your catch of the day with a Japanese fisherman as
you make a gyotaku fish print. Through art we can
connect the students with people around the world.
Art is central to the understanding of other cultures,
other subject areas, and a way of looking at micro
and macro worlds. When we enrich social studies
and science curricula in the art room, we deepen
the student’s understanding and form a bridge
between the other subject areas.
Participants will be guided through the creation of
two difference collage projects. One will be a choice
of a bird in the rain forest or underwater scene
with fish and sea life. The second one will be a still
life of vegetables and fruits. Using these lessons, I
have had students place in the CAEA Southern Area
YAM exhibits, with one artwork going to the State
Exhibit in Sacramento.
Refresh and strengthen your classroom teaching
and learn the value of incorporating authentic,
accessible objects through programs that enhance
student learning and renew your passion for art.
Participants will design a hand painted flag with
traditional “women materials” (embroidery threads,
quilting threads, yarns, etc.) embellishing with their
personal stories as part of a collaborative piece. The
presenter will share her Uterus
12:45-1:45PM
Writing in the Art Classroom:
INSTRUCTOR: MARILEE RAGLAND
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
Don’t be afraid of Dia de los
Muertos and/or charcoal!
INSTRUCTOR: TERRYLYNN QUICK
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
2:00-3:00PM
Create Exciting Collages
Museum educators invite you to think beyond the
school tour and see what museums have to offer!
Discover opportunities the Asian Art Museum, Bowers Museum, Crocker Art Museum, and Laguna Art
Museum, offer on-site and from afar.
INSTRUCTOR: RUBY MING
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
INSTRUCTOR: KAREN McGARRY
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
This session is appropriate for multiple subject
teachers elementary level – or middle school.
PRESENTERS: SEE TCAP SESSION 1
LOCATION: SANTIAGO
The Common Core calls upon teachers to share
in the responsibility in developing their students’
content literacy in the arts. How do the visual arts
content, CCSS and ELD standards overlay to provide
our students with knowledge and skills needed in
the 21st Century? What do multiple subject teachers need to know to begin planning instruction in visual arts? Come and experience a hands on slice of
TCAP’s approach with multiple subject teachers who
wish to begin to teach visual arts to their students.
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INSTRUCTOR: KATHY FLANAGAN
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
National Art Honor Society/Junior
National Art Honor Society
INSTRUCTORS: N ANDRZEJCZAK/LINDA BROWN/
LUCY McHUGH, CAROLYN THOM
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
Do you want to start a National Art Honor Society
chapter for your high school? This panel of current
National Art Honor Society sponsors will discuss
how they started their chapter and how they link
the chapter with service learning. You will learn
about the impact on students and how the NAHS
serves as a valuable advocacy tool in your school
and district. They will also discuss the Junior
National Honor Society for middle school students.
Come and join in on the discussion. Now that we
are a joint partnership-state---all middle school and
high school teachers are eligible to sponsor chapters. This is an important session for all art teachers.
Don’t miss it!
Pretending to be Real
INSTRUCTOR: KAREN TWEEDY
LOCATION: PELICAN
Life is real, but pretending awakens curiosity and
creativity, and allows for real life application. This
workshop will be highly interactive. When supplies
are low, or your white board markers are out of ink,
you are not without tools! Your students become
your visual model and they move on, instigating
their own innovative models, teaching their peers,
from their own viewpoints, a more lasting method
of comprehending and remembering content
information. Participants will be asked to take on
the role of a theater arts student and delve into
learning in all subject areas: history, language arts,
math and science and explore inspirational ideas, as
well as, experience bringing a lesson to LIFE.
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3:15-4:15PM
Making the Text: How to use
sketchbooks to support Common Core
INSTRUCTOR: CATHERINE SMUTNY
LOCATION: TRABUCO B/C
EXHIBITOR WORKSHOPS
10:45
AM-12:00 PM
Da Vinci Initiative
AREA COUNCIL MEETINGS
Participants will be taken through a lesson on
visual rhythm in which notes and artworks will be
“read”. The workshop will demonstrate how to
use a sketchbook with student created notes that
are then marked and reviewed as a critical reading
strategy.
NORTHERN-QUAIL HILL
CENTRAL-TRABUCO ASOUTHERN-PELICAN
INSTRUCTOR:NANCY HINES
LOCATION: WOODBRIDGE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 16
Preparing Your High Potential
Student for Art College
INSTRUCTOR: REBECCA TUYNMAN
LOCATION: TRABUCO A
Do you have students who want to go to art school
but don’t know where to begin? As good as the
college counselors at your school may be, when it
comes to applying to art schools, a lot of work lands
on the art teacher. Ryman Arts has been preparing
students for college for 25 years and we would love
to talk with you about this specialized area of college admissions. The presenter will discuss helping
your student to find the right school, the cost of art
school, portfolio preparation, and the pros and cons
of starting at community college, and transferring to
art college as a way to cut down on costs. Resource
material will be distributed. This session is copresented with the Admissions Department of Otis
College of Art and Design and Ryman Arts.
10:45
AM-12:00 PM
FEATURED ARTIST: GLASS FUSION
INSTRUCTOR: JACKIE ZIMBALIST
LOCATION: OAKCREEK
Create magical pieces with an award-winning and
talented Laguna Beach Featured Artist. This inspiring artist will excite you as you learn how to fuse
glass into beautiful original jewelry. She will make
certain you get your art work when it cools. See
Featured Artists in the Conference Program for
details.
A wonderful way to end the conference workshop sessions would be with Nancy, who will be
presenting one last hands-on session. She will
have a Power Point presentation about the skills
based lessons she uses successfully in her classroom, showing the full process done in the Bargue
drawing course, as well as, some measuring and
pencil technique sheets I use before we begin the
projects. I will take the teachers through as many of
these exercises as the time allows. Meet her in her
booth in the Exhibit Hall.
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MEETING
PRESENTERS: Dru Maurer and Jackie White
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
12:00-2:00 PM
CAEA STATE COUNCIL MEETING
PRESIDING: Nancy Andrzejzak, CAEA STATE
PRESIDENT
LOCATION: QUAIL HILL
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Art Share:
Special Events
DON’T MISS
The Silent
Auction
The Live
Auction &
Dinner
A Way to Recycle &
Support Other CAEA Teachers
HOTEL IRVINE GARDEN PAVILION
TIME: Thursday evening through Saturday afternoon
GARDEN PAVILION | SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 6:15-7:30 PM
Art Share was started in 2009 as a way to help a fellow CAEA
teacher by donating materials, tools, art posters, teaching
aides, and any other educational items that someone no longer needs. Bring your items to be “adopted” and drop them
off at the Arts Share table in the Garden Pavilion.
For those of you who are interested in expanding your
teaching tools or are in need of supplies, visit Art Share and
take what you can use. This is especially great for retiring
teachers to pass on what they no longer need to newer teachers that are just starting out. It is teachers helping teachers!
Student
Art Exhibit
GARDEN PAVILION
Friday, November 14- 7:30 PM to
Saturday, November 15-7:00 PM
We invite you to enjoy the student art exhibition in the Garden Pavilion beginning Friday evening and continuing until
7:00 PM on Saturday afternoon. Work may be delivered to
the Student Exhibition Table in the Garden Pavilion on Thursday or Friday morning by 10:00 AM. Volunteers will check the
work in for you. ALL STUDENT ART WORK MUST BE PICKED
UP BY 7:00 PM ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. THERE IS NO
PLACE TO STORE IT AT THE HOTEL. CAEA cannot be responsible for loss or damage or work not picked up.
Members’ Art Exhibit
Opening with
the Area
Dessert
Reception
GARDEN PAVILION
Friday, November 14-7:30 PM
Power to Innovate
AND
SALON D/E | SATURDAY, NOV. 15, 7:45-9:00 PM
Join the fun and attend the Silent Auction on Saturday, November 15, starting at 6:16 following the General Session.
The bidding is exciting and fast-paced! Nibble on appetizers
and sip a complementary glass of wine or soda as you try to
outbid other participants for those special items. Pick up a
holiday gift at cash and carry where there is always a bargain
waiting. Wonderful art work abounds and for those of you
who have a collection of CAEA member artists works, you will
once again score at this event.
Money raised each year at this exciting event supports
our Student Scholarship Program. Last year we provided high
school seniors with more than $7000 in scholarships.
Drop off your donation at the designated Silent Auction
table in the hotel foyer. For each donation, you will receive a
raffle ticket for a drawing for $25.00 worth of Silent/Live Auction shopping. The drawing will take place at the General Session on Sunday. Donations are tax deductible, including cash!
The Friday night “Exhibitor Carousel of Innovation” will be followed
by the Members’ Art Exhibit Opening with the Area Dessert Reception. At the reception visit the Student Art Exhibit that is also in
the Garden Pavilion. Make a note of the wonderful art produced
by the students of statewide CAEA member teachers in their visual
arts classrooms. At the Members’ Art Exhibit Reception, hosted
by the Areas, enjoy the dessert and the art works on display. It
is amazing how talented our CAEA members are. Many of the art
works will be available for bidding at the Scholarship Silent Auction
on Saturday evening, in the Garden Pavilion, beginning at 6:15 PM.
A dinner and live auction will follow at 7:45 PM in Salon D/E.
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Power to Innovate
Special Events
THE EXHIBITOR’S
Area Meetings
“Carousel of
& New Member
Innovation”
Meet And Greet
RECEPTION
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15| 3:15-4:15
NORTHERN AREA- QUAIL HILL
CENTRAL AREA-TRABUCO A
SOUTHERN AREA-PELICAN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 | 6:00-7:30 PM
EXHIBIT HALL/ SALON D/E
After a full day of master classes, workshops, and a fantastic
keynote speaker, Steven Hickner, join us for the exiting evening receptions. Inside the Exhibit Hall there will be a series
of activities to engage you including the Joe Koons scholarship
tile glazing project. You won’t want to miss the musical workshop by Barbara Sussman, making masks with Julie Tonkovich,
Gelliarts presenter, Jennifer Marquez and more Traveling
Sketchbook with donna banning. After the Area Art Exhibition
reception in the Garden Pavilion, return to more workshops
at 8:30, including wire wrap jewelry with Joe McFaul. Bring
your laptop computer and learn about graphics design with
Liz Mosher.
There will be more opportunities to participate in the
ongoing activities begun earlier in the conference, street
painting, mosaics, murals and more.
Area Meetings have been scheduled for Saturday afternoon.
The New Member Meet and Greet will be a part of the
activities. Don’t miss the opportunity to get to know your
Area Board members, meet the CAEA State President, Nancy
Andrzejczak, and learn about what is happening in your Area
and be a part of the planning for the future. It is a wonderful
chance to find others in your Area that teach what you teach,
and take advantage of “Job Alike” opportunities, as well as,
find out what our professional organization is all about. See
you there.
Exhibitor
Grand Opening
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 | 6:00-8:00 PM
EXHIBIT HALL/ SALON D/E
Professional
Development
Join us for the Exhibitor’s Grand Opening on Thursday evening
from 6:00-8:00 PM. Visit our exhibitors to learn about the
new products and offerings they have for you and your classrooms this year. Learn how you can incorporate technology
into your curriculum and about new materials and techniques
as you move from one exhibitor to the other, all the while
enjoying delectable appetizers. Engage the exhibitors in conversation and listen to them as they describe their products
to you. They will be happy to explain how you might enhance
your teaching with the products they display in their booths.
That is why they are here! They are always happy to assist
you with placing an order while they are here. Don’t miss this
opportunity to take home some really great ideas as well.
The Exhibit Hall is open every day, so don’t limit your visit
to the evening openings, but wander in and out during the
entire time they are open, including lunch. So pick up your
lunch and bring it into the Hall as you spend more time there.
Check the Conference Program for the Exhibit Hall hours.
There will be demonstrations and activities inside the
Exhibit Hall that you won’t want to miss. Workshops and Featured Artists have also been scheduled for this evening from
6:00-9:00 PM. Several exciting and engaging activities will be
introduced tonight and will be ongoing during the conference,
including JoAnn Tawfills mural project, so don’t miss out. The
Figure Drawing Studio, with a model, will be in Santiago at
8:00 PM. Check the Conference Program for time and place.
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VISIT THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TABLE IN
THE FOYER FOR INFORMATION AND FORMS FOR
EARNING GRADUATE LEVEL UNITS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF PACIFIC.
Attention Teachers PreK-12: You may earn two graduate-level semester units from University of the Pacific for your
attendance and participation at our CAEA Conference. The
cost will be $186 for the two credits. You may select from either of these two titles that you would
like to appear on your transcipt:
_____P EDU 9063 Focusing On Objectives For Teaching Art
_____P EDU 9093 Multi-Cultural Art History and Projects
Should you need Prior approval, your district will likely
request the course number and title you selected. They will
also need to know that it is graduate-level semester unit
credit from The University of the Pacific, and that the University is accredited with the Western Association of Schools and
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Power to Innovate
2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Power to Innovate
2014 CAEA Professional Awards
Outstanding Secondary
Visual Art Educator
Pam Avery
Outstanding
Visual Art
Outstanding Middle
School Art Educator
Antoinette Bailey
Outstanding Elementary
School Art Educator
Connie Watt
Outstanding Special Outstanding Active Retired
Outstanding Museum
Visual Art Educator Needs Visual Art Educator
Visual Art Educator
Gini Gyorkos
Mallorie Marsh
Heather Anderson
Educator of the Year
Kristen Wiegand
Visual art helps to cultivate the whole person. In the
classroom, it helps students embrace creativity, visualize connections between ideas, materials, and
processes, and expand their scope of vision. It allows
learners to see in more detail, develop greater problem solving skills, and explore ideas innovatively.
When one of my artist instructors introduced me
to the joys and benefits of discovering the art scene
in my own community, she not only encouraged me
to explore local art installations and public art, but she
also persuaded me to drive down to Palm Springs and
attend my first CAEA conference. It was there I experienced the pleasure and rewards of sharing a similar
vision and passion with fellow educators. It was then
I decided to become a teacher myself. I wanted to
share the language of art with young people, both as a
means of personal expression, and as a means of connecting with their own lives and their communities.
In the visual arts, students’ art making experiences
and their study of the work of artists and art traditions
provide powerful tools for learning and growing. Student artists, just like experienced artists, learn to draw
on their thoughts, ideas, and experiences to explore
their hopes and dreams. Through creative expression,
they learn to make comparisons and look for patterns,
trends, and hopefully, find the unexpected. In learning
how to create, they also learn how to generate ideas
and find new ways of approaching problems.
Ruth Jansen Visual
Art Educator Award
Southern Area
Sherri Patten
Ruth Jansen Visual
Art Educator Award
Central Area
Jamie Eaton
Ruth Jansen Visual
Art Educator Award
Northern Area
Barb Purdy
Award of Merit
Southern Area
Bruce Harris
Award of Merit
Southern Area
Merilee Ragland
Award of Merit
Northern Area
Teresa Cotner
Douc Langur Award:
Northern Area
Ann Litney
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Douc Langur Award:
Southern Area
Amberleigh Adoff
2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Certificates of
Appreciation
NORTHERN AREA
Danny Scheible, Tapigami Landscape Artist
Graciela Eulate, VAPA Department Chair, Westmoor
HS, JUHSD
Jacquelyn White, Principal, Creative Connections Art
Academy, TRUSD
Kandis Horton, Visual Art Instructor, OUHSD
Linda S. Fitz Gibbon, Ceramic Artist and Adjunct
Professor, Cosumnes River College
Michael Dittmer, Visual Arts Lead Instructor, Mesa
Verde High School, SJUSD
Michelle Townsend, Crocker YAM Coordinator,
Inderkum High School, NUSD
Robert Wadman, Art Instructor, Grant High School,
TRUSD
Power to Innovate
2014 CAEA
CENTRAL AREA
Pat Semrick, Central Area YAM Chair, CAEA Strategic Planning Weekend Attendee
Vicki Smart, Central Area Member, CAEA Strategic Planning Weekend Attendee
SOUTHERN AREA
Tim Benson, San Diego County YAM Chair
Sheena, Dowling, Youth Program Director, San Diego Art Institute
Betty Harrison, Riverside County YAM Chair
Betsy Holster, Southern Area Meetings Host and Workshop Day at CSUF
Susan Lewis, San Diego County YAM Chair
Livija Lipaite, Barnsdall Junior Arts Center, Los Angeles County YAM Venue
Caroline McCabe, Santa Ana College Arts
Philip Marquez, Santa Ana College Arts
Larry Oviatt, SmArt Day and Clay Day Host
Mark Schooley, Riverside Community Art Association Gallery AC Arts
Lydia Vogt, California Center for the Arts, Escondido, Southern Area YAM Show Venue
Susan Wuerer, Orange County YAM Chair
STATE
Kristine Alexander, The California Arts Project
Crocker Art Museum
Diane Dennis, Idyllwild Arts
Bhakti Oza, Sargent Art
TCAP Leadership Academy
Dennis Inhulson, President, National Art Education Association
Exemplary Programs Award Winner
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in
creative expression and knowledge”
Albert Einstein
I emulate this quote - it fits my philosophy as an
art teacher and a teacher in general. Most of my students enter my classroom with little or no experience
in art. Along with the inexperience is a deeply rooted
fear, lack of self-confidence, and a subtle insecurity
in creating art. My goal is to motivate and teach
them they are able to create art, to overcome their
fear of failure, and to actively gain confidence and
self-esteem through investigation, exploration, and
discovery. I model all of these qualities as I enthusiastically count their successes.
The environment in which I teach is challenging,
stimulating, and always safe. This continued atmosphere of understanding and patience opens a world
of artistic creations students never knew they could
undertake especially while gaining critical thinking
and verbal and written skills as they critique historical
art. Achieving these skills helps students explore their
uniqueness as they discover self-expression eventually without fear. Collecting and displaying their art
achievements in a gallery setting aids the student’s
understanding of the importance of precision work
and the satisfaction of a job well done.
My diverse approach to teaching art reflects
the varied needs of my students as they come from
varied socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
Therefore, I present art in a way that reaches all of
my students. Finding ways to connect to the students’
lives, I offer demos and integrate art history. Through
my careful modeling and encouragement, I coach my
students to become more self-directed and independent learners, not just as artists but for the love of
learning. It is of utmost importance that my students
are able to apply the lessons from my classes later in
life.
Providing a positive, safe experience through art,
I motivate students to face new challenges in life. I
hope to develop not only their creative abilities but
to improve their overall life experiences with courage
and the ability to overcome the most daunting tasks.
I care about all my students; I am an art teacher
striving to”...awaken joy in creative expression and
knowledge.”
Youth Art
Month
Awards
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Lori Renee Krum
Silver Valley High
School
Silver Valley Unified
School District
Exemplary Use
of Integration of
the Visual Arts
Curriculum with the
School; Multicultural
Processes, and the
Use of Authentic
Assessments
Northern Area: Pam Avery
Central Area: Pat Semrick
Southern Area: Susan Wuerer
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2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Power to Innovate
Irvine 2014 Conference
Come to
Conference
Store
Sacramento
in 2015
CAEA CONFERENCE STORE will once again be available
for members to purchase CAEA merchandise.
The CAEA monkey pins will be available, as well as
our popular CAEA aprons and t-shirts. Workshop presenters will have books for sale and signing. The store
will have monkey luggage tags, fine point pens, and a
limited assortment of memorabilia from past years.
The store will be located near Registration in the
Hotel Irvine foyer. Store hours will be posted. Your
purchase will help support the California Art Education
Association and its mission to support art education.
Join in the 50th year anniversary
celebration of the California Art
Education Association.
Celebrate the past contributions CAEA has made to the
promotion of a visual arts education for all students in
California, and be among the ones creating a future for
the organization moving into the future.
Jackie White, Conference Chair, and her Conference
Committee are planning events that will honor the past,
reflect the present and look forward to the future of
CAEA. See you in Sacramento 2015!
Ongoing
Activites
MURAL PAINTING
AREA MONKEY FIGURE PAINTING
COMMUNITY MONKEY FIGURE BEADING
LOCATION: SHADY CANYON
7:00AM-10:00PM
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
STREET PAINTING
LOCATION: TERRACE
HOURS POSTED IN FOYER
THURSDAY-SATURDAY
JOE KOONS SCHOLARSHIP
TILE GLAZING
LOCATION: EXHIBIT HALL/SALON D/E
9:00AM-8:00PM FRIDAY
8:00AM-3:00PM SATURDAY
(CLOSED FOR EXHIBITOR LUNCH 12:45-1:45)
CAEA Membership Information
TO JOIN OR RENEW CAEA/NAEA MEMBERSHIP VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITE:
http://www.arteducators.org/community/membership
NAEA WILL GIVE YOU A COMBINED MEMBERSHIP IN NAEA AND CAEA
The mission of CAEA is to strengthen visual arts education in all grades, pre-K through university, by providing
professional development, a collaborative network for visual arts education professionals, and advocacy.
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Master
calendar
Board Meetings
Please note whether meeting is
full council or executive council.
January 10-11, 2015
California Art Education Association Official Address:
80 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. #373, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
[email protected]
626-355-4829
President Dr. Nancy L. Andrzejczak
P.O. Box 545, Wildomar, CA 92595
[email protected]
March 7-8, 2015
President-elect Armalyn De La O
1444 Keystone Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92407
[email protected]
May 16-17, 2015
Full Council Meeting
Ontario Holiday Inn
September 11-12, 2015
Executive Council Meeting
Sacramento Sheraton
November 15, 2015
Full Council and General
Membership Meeting
Sacramento Sheraton
Get Involved in
The Painted
Monkey
Members are invited to submit
articles through
the editor, Karen McGarry.
painted.monkey.editor.
[email protected]
Next deadline is
December 1, 2014
and the theme is
Community
for the Winter 2015 issue.
is
the official newsletter of the
California Art Education Association.
Content is provided by members of
the CAEA State Council.
It is published three times during
the year:
• Fall • Winter • Spring
• Conference Program
Power to Innovate
CAEA Contact Info
Full Council Meeting
Ontario Holiday Inn
Executive Council Meeting
Ontario Holiday Inn
2014 CAEA State Conference Art:
Past President Tami Lincoln
2251 Monterey Peninsula Dr., Corona, CA 92882
[email protected]
Secretary Maureen Gemma
6725 Lakeview Drive, Carmichael CA 95608
[email protected]
Treasurer Lisa Soccio
[email protected]
Executive Secretary Linda Stevenson
80 W. Sierra Madre Blvd. #373, Sierra Madre, CA 91024
(626) 264-2791
[email protected]
Northern Area President Pam Avery
2916 Maison Way, Sacramento, CA 95864
[email protected]
Northern Area President-elect Gini Gyorkos
724 Loma Prieta Drive, Aptos, CA 95003
[email protected]
Central Area President Jamee Eaton
5805 Royalston Falls Dr., Bakersfield, CA 93312
[email protected]
Central Area President-elect TBD
Southern Area President Anne Uphoff
15515 Vincennes St., North Hills, CA 91343
[email protected]
Southern Area President-elect Lora Sanders
41425 Floyd Court, Temecula, CA 92592
[email protected]
Youth Art Month Gini Gyorkos
724 Loma Prieta Drive, Aptos, CA 95003
[email protected]
Scholarship Penelope Venola
2197 Santa Ana Avenue, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
[email protected]
Professional Awards Julie Tonkovich
9371 Randall Avenue, La Habra, CA 90631
[email protected]
Exemplary Programs Kathleen Crocetti
240 Maple Avenue, Watsonville, CA 95076
[email protected]
CURRICULUM/ADMINSTRATION Lee Hanson
4164 Vinton Avenue, Culver City, CA 90236
[email protected]
Active Retired Kathy Rogers
78 Medea Creek Lane, Oak Park, CA 91377
[email protected]
CURRICULUM Lee Hansen
[email protected]
Social Media Chairman Suzette Morrow
[email protected]
Website Coordinator Susan Wuerer
[email protected]
THE Painted Monkey
Editor Karen McGarry
[email protected]
Graphic Editor Jihyun Oh
[email protected]
Conference Administrator Craig Tomlinson
40079 Road 48, Dinuba, CA 93618
[email protected]
Conference Manager donna banning
2391 N. Waterberry St., Orange, CA 92865
[email protected]
Advocacy Betsy Holster
306 Molokai Dr., Placentia, CA 92870
[email protected]
News for our Facebook page,
email Suzette Morrow
[email protected]
You may contact the editor via email at:
[email protected]
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Conference Overview
2014 CAEA State Conference, Irvine | November 13-16
THURSDAY
NOV 13
HOTEL IRVINE
HOTEL IRVINE
REGISTRATION
HOTEL FOYER
4-8 PM
PRE-CONFERENCE
TOUR #1
OC MUSEUMS
HOTEL IRVINE
REGISTRATION
HOTEL FOYER
7 AM-4PM
FRIDAY
NOV 14
WORKSHOPS
8- 9AM
WORKSHOPS
VAN LEAVES
HOTEL AT 9:00AM
9:15-10:30AM
SATURDAY
NOV 15
IRVINE HOTEL
REGISTRATION
HOTEL FOYER
7-10AM
ADMINISTRATOR/
SUPERVISOR
SEMINAR
8 AM -12:30 PM
SANTIAGO
WORKSHOPS
8-9am
WORKSHOPS
9:15-10:30AM
PRINTMAKING AT
THE STUDIO
NEW MEDIA
STRAND AT CSUF-I
VAN LEAVES HOTEL AT
8:00AM
TOUR #3
OSO CREEK TRAILS
SUNDAY
NOV 16
IRVINE HOTEL
Awards Breakfast
SALON D/E
8-9:30am
GENERAL SESSION
SALON D/E
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
NIRVAN MULLIK
9:30-10:30 AM
VAN LEAVES HOTEL AT
8:30AM
VAN LEAVES HOTEL AT
8:30AM
TOUR #4
OCSA
Master Classes
Off Site
VAN LEAVES THE HOTEL
AT 2:00PM
Master Classes
Off Site
8:30-11:30 AM
VAN LEAVES HOTEL AT
8:00AM
Exhibitors Open
6-8pm
Exhibitors Open
8am
TOUR #2
VAN LEAVES HOTEL
IRVINE AT 9:30AM
8:30-11:30 AM VAN
LEAVES HOTEL AT
8:00AM
WORKSHOPS
EXHIBITORS OPEN
EXHIBITOR
8-9AM
8AM
WORKSHOPS
VISIT EXHIBITORS
12-12:45 PM
12:30-3:30PM
VANS LEAVE HOTEL AT
12:00 PM
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
12-12:45PM
12:45-1:45PM
2-3PM
12:45-1:45PM
2-3PM
3:15-4:15PM
QUAIL HILL
SANTIAGO
3:15-4:15PM
QUAIL HILL-N
TRABUCO A-C
PELICAN-S
ROUND TABLES
EXHIBITOR GRAND
OPENING
WORKSHOPS
6-7:30PM
8:30-10:00PM
FEATURED ARTISTS
#1 & #2
8-9:30PM
Exhibitors Close
at 3pm
AREA MEETINGS
Exhibitors close
4:15PM
EXHIBITOR
CAROUSEL OF
INNOVATION
EXHIBIT HALL
6-8PM
VISIT EXHIBITORS
12-12:45 PM
12:45-1:45PM
WORKSHOPS
EXHIBIT HALL
6:00-7:30PM
GENERAL SESSION
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
KEVIN STANIEC
4:30-5:45PM
SILENT AUCTION
GARDEN PAVILION
6:15-7:30 PM
LIVE AUCTION
DINNER
SALON D/E
7:45-9:00PM
AREA’S DESSERT
RECEPTION FOR
MEMBERS’ &
STUDENT ART
EXHIBITS OPENING
7:30-8:30 PM
GARDEN PAVILION
LIFE DRAWING OPEN
STUDIO
8-10PM
MODEL PROVIDED
SANTIAGO
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SANTIAGO
10:45-11:45AM
SANTIAGO
12:00-2:00PM
EXHIBITS CLOSED
FOR LUNCH
12:45-1:45PM
2015 STATE
CONFERENCE
MEETING
OPEN STATE
COUNCIL MEETING
MASTER CLASSES
OFF SITE
WORKSHOPS
GENERAL SESSION
WORKSHOPS
EXHIBITORS
8-9 am
9:15-10-30am
10:45am-12:00pm
EXHIBITS CLOSED
FOR LUNCH
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
STEVEN HICKNER
4:30-5:45 PM
FEATURED ARTIST
GLASS FUSING
JACKIE ZIMBALIST
10:45AM-12:00PM
WORKSHOPS
9:15-10:30
10:45am-12:00pm
MASTER CLASSES
OFF SITE
12:30-3:30 PM
VANS LEAVE HOTEL AT
12:00 PM
LUNCH ON YOUR OWN
12-12:45PM
WORKSHOPS
10:45AM-12:00PM
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