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CONFERENCE HANDOUTS and OTHER ITEMS OF INTEREST (PDFs) Connected Art Educators: The Art of Leveraging Social Media to Build a Personal Learning Network – 2013 conference handout Inspire, Innovate, Connect: Strategies for Giving Your Teaching A Makeover – 2012 conference handout 43 TASKS used in…

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Saturday Art Camp

  Yesterday, our NAEA Student Chapter sponsored a very successful Art Camp on Artist Trading Cards for ages 6-15. This is the first session in a series of Art Camps planned for the coming school year.

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A Day with Kris Fontes . . .

This past week I traveled up to Union City, Pennsylvania to visit with Kris Fontes, the Art and Graphic Design Teacher at Union City Middle/High School. I previously met Kris at the 2006 NAEA Conference in Chicago and we share a mutual interest in artist…

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An Opportunity for ATC Enthusiasts

Open Call for Entries Art in Hand: The World of Artist Trading Cards The Historic Smithville Mansion Annex Art Gallery will display the emerging art media of Artist Trading Cards from local, national, and international participants in April 2009. Anyone can enter from professional artists…

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Olympic ATC Exchange: Press Release

In the Summer of 2007, a Call for Participation was posted on ArtJunction.org, Art Education 2.0, and The Carrot Revolution that invited teachers and students to take part in the Olympic ATC Exchange, an international exchange of artist trading cards created to celebrate the “Olympic…

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ArtEd Online

Following are links to PDF copies of ArtEd Online, a monthly column that I wrote for SchoolArts Magazine from 2006 to 2010. Theresa McGee took over authorship of the technology column in the magazine in 2010 and David Gran has since assumed that role.  Although…

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Olympic ATC Exchange: A Call for Participation

With the 2008 Olympics being held this coming summer in Beijing China, teachers and students are invited to participate in the Olympic ATC Exchange, an international exchange of artist trading cards created to celebrate the “olympic spirit.” The aim of this project is to provide…

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Afterthoughts from the 2006 NAEA Conference

“Crown Fountain” by Jaume Plensa; “Cloud Gate” by Anish Kappor; “Flamingo” by Alexander Calder. One of most enjoyable parts of my trip to Chicago for the NAEA conference last week was getting out of the hotel and roaming the city in search of public art,…

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ATCs in the Classroom

As a follow-up to my last posting, I’ve set up a project site to promote the making and swapping of artist trading cards (ATCs) in and between classrooms. For those unfamiliar with ATCs, they are small works of art (2.5 x 3.5 in.) that are…

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ATC Workshop & Links

“Dada 2” by Craig Roland (2006) I’ll be doing a hands-on workshop on Artist Trading Cards at the National Education Association Conference in Chicago, next week. Here is a collection of links I put together to share with participants. art-e-zine’s Artist Trading Cards page www.art-e-zine.co.uk/atc.html…

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