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Heading to Texas for 2013 NAEA Conference

I’m happy to be getting “out of Dodge” for a few days this week to attend the 2013 National Art Education Association Conference in Fort Worth, Texas (March 7-10).   I’ll be presenting a session with Elizabeth Delacruz, Tricia Fuglestad and Ian Sands on “The Art…

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My Life with Christina

I’m back in New York this week for the 2012 NAEA conference. After checking in to my hotel yesterday, I made a beeline over to MoMA to see the Cindy Sherman retrospective and to wander once again through the museum’s galleries. Whenever I visit MoMA,…

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Are you up to the TASK?

With fall classes just underway in many schools across the country, the Labor Day break provides teachers and students with an opportunity to catch their breath before plunging headfirst into the school year. Art teachers looking to add something unique to their year’s repertoire of…

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Reflections on NAEA 2010

Hood ornament on Art Bus outside of American Visionary Art Museum Got back last night after a long plane ride home from the NAEA conference. My early morning flight out of Baltimore was canceled and I had to wait in the airport 5 hours for…

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On finding balance in the art curriculum . . .

I just came off doing two presentations at NAEA on bringing digital participatory media (aka Web 2.0 tools) into the art curriculum, each of which garnered quite different responses (at least on the surface). While the group at my Friday morning talk appeared largely supportive…

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Saturday @ NAEA

The conference kicked into high gear on Saturday, with an opening general session and the opening of the exhibitors’ area. Over the course of the day I met several people I’ve only known virtually up until now, which was a treat. I also made it…

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First Day of NAEA 2009

Above are a few scenes from the first day at the National Art Education Association conference in Minneapolis. One of my highlights for the day was seeing the Elizabeth Peyton exhibition at the Walker Art Center and walking through the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden where I…

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Back to Minneapolis

Seems like it was only yesterday, but it was six years ago that the National Art Education Association held its annual conference in Minneapolis.  I look forward to returning there this week and visiting the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden where you can see Spoonbridge and Cherry…

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Art Camp

Another great video produced with Animoto.com on our Saturday Art Camp sponsored by the NAEA Student Chapter, University of Florida, Gainesville. January 31, 2009.

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Blogging @ NAEA Conference: Day Two

First of all, I need to say how surprised I was to find that in addition to a Cyber Cafe at the NAEA conference (a FIRST for this conference) there were also wi-fi hot spots freely available throughout the Convention Center. So, throughout the past…

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