Conference Sessions

Saturday

Breakfast (1 listed)

(TCM-300) - Member Breakfast
Time: 7:00-8:00 am
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 117
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Enjoy a Breakfast Buffet of Scrambled Eggs, Bacon & Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Muffins & Bagels, as well as Fresh Fruit, Chilled Juices and Fresh Coffee. Since you are taking time for yourself, stay and find out what MAEA has been doing for you during this past year as well.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

Morning Sessions (3 listed)

(302) - Portrait Drawing: Learning to See Form by Isolating Values
Time: 11:00-11:50 am
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 25
Participant Limit: 25
Using magazine pictures and recycled lamination film, you will learn how to teach your students to see form by isolating values. This hands-on workshop will show you how to guide your students through three lessons to help prepare them to draw realistic portraits from life. It works with my 5th graders! It will work for your students, too!  
Target Audience: AA, ST, CI, HO
Presented by: Donna Emerson
Location: Riverview B

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(303) - Constructing Meaning: The Art of Students with Special Needs
Time: 11:00-11:50 am
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 25
Participant Limit: 25
Learn strategies to explore and implement the Big Idea integrated curriculum to construct meaning through art making by students with special needs. Session Repeated: Sun 9:00 am
Target Audience: EL, ST, CI
Presented by: Katalin Zaszlavik
Location: St.Clair River A

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(TC309) - 3D Model Arcade Machines
Time: 11:00-11:50 am
Cost Per Person: $2.00
Enrolled: 25
Participant Limit: 25
Learn how to construct a 3D model of an arcade machine using standard supplies of cardstock and pencils. In this workshop you will learn the history behind the art of arcade gaming and machines, and how to relate that information to students. You will design your own video game and create a model arcade machine that represents your game visually.  
Target Audience: AA, EL, MS, HS, CI, HO
Presented by: Layna Lesnau
Location: Culinary A

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

Lunch (3 listed)

(TCM-312) - Region Lunch: Option A
Time: 12:00-1:00PM
Cost Per Person: $14.00
Enrolled: 40
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Grilled Chicken (Sundried Tomato-Basil Pesto, Romaine Lettuce, Gouda Cheese, and Caramelized Onions on Ciabatta). Each boxed lunch comes with cookie, whole fruit, fresh pasta salad, and bottled water.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

(TCM-313) - Region Lunch: Option B
Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $14.00
Enrolled: 13
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Roast Beef Wrap (Thinly sliced Slow Roasted Beef Wrap with Coleslaw, Fried Onions, Jack Cheese and Roasted Tomatoes with Cream Cheese). Each boxed lunch comes with cookie, whole fruit, fresh pasta salad, and bottled water.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

(TCM-314) - Region Lunch: Option C
Time: 12:00-1:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $14.00
Enrolled: 13
Participant Limit: Unlimited
House Salad (Mixed Greens, English Cucumbers, Buttered Bread Croutons, Diced Tomatoes and White Cheddar with Balsamic Glaze Dressing). Each boxed lunch comes with cookie, whole fruit, fresh pasta salad, and bottled water.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

Afternoon Sessions (23 listed)

(315) - Inspired By Painting
Time: 12:30-3:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $25.00
Enrolled: 12
Participant Limit: 12
In this workshop you will learn how to create a painting in the style of a famous artist from history. This workshop is a great tool in learning how to share the art history and painting styles of famous artists to your students. This workshop is great for all education levels. Members will need to provide their own transportation to Studio 1219. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Studio 1219  
Location: Studio 1219

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(TC318) - Masters' Medley
Time: 2:00-2:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $5.00
Enrolled: 27
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Master art educators from MAEA's Retired Division will present a kaleidoscope of sure-success lessons. Participants will experience a wide variety of lessons in a medley style setting. Learn about materials, best practices, and assessment with handouts for each lesson. This presentation is open to everyone, but especially beneficial to students and new teachers. The workshop fee is donated to the Student Scholarship Fund. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Tammy Noirot
Location: Riverview B

(320) - Problem Solving Through Fiber Arts
Time: 2:00-2:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 35
Participant Limit: 35
Help your students increase their problem-solving skills with Fiber Arts! Learn how to implement cost effective fiber arts lessons for all grade levels. Lessons include 2D and 3D weaving, sewing basics, felting, cross-curricular and cultural considerations. Supply management and organization tips shared. Session Repeated: Sat 5:00 pm

Presented by: Jennifer Kay
Location: Abbey I

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(TC323) - DATARAMA
Time: 2:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $5.00
Enrolled: 7
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Members of the Detroit Art Teachers Association will present a variety of hands-on lesson plans to teachers at all grade and cognitive ability levels. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Natalie Barmore
Location: St.Clair River A

(324) - Crossing the Creative Bridge from Classroom to the Blue (BLFAC)
Time: 2:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 1
Participant Limit: 25
Don't miss the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp experience. Tour simulated camp studio experiences loaded with photos, create a collage, and hangout with camp faculty. Information, handouts, and giveaways.  
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Dorothy Brueck
Location: Ballroom II

(325) - Stand Up Soft City
Time: 2:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 22
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Blick Presentation: What types of buildings have shaped your city or town? This workshop by Blick Art Materials highlights the architectural forces within our communities via self-standing soft sculptures. Participants will carve and block print a building image onto a canvas, create a stuffed sculpture, then give it a "voice" by writing about the building's influence on the back. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Blick  
Location: Abbey II

(326) - Teaching East Asian Art & Literature
Time: 2:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 16
Participant Limit: 50
This content-rich presentation will introduce aspects of East Asian (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) artistic and literary traditions to teachers of grades K-12.The workshop will include art projects and literary and visual primary sources as well as pedagogy, best practices, classroom applications, and resources. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Le Tran
Location: Culinary C

(327) - Metal Stamping
Time: 2:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $30.00
Enrolled: 6
Participant Limit: 6
In this workshop you will learn how to work with metal stamping tools. This is great for high school and AP Art teachers to introduce their students to a new medium. Members will need to provide their own transportation to Studio 1219. Session Repeated: Sat 4:00 pm
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Studio 1219  
Location: Studio 1219

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(TC334) - Ceramic Animal Wall Hangers
Time: 3:00-3:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $2.00
Enrolled: 25
Participant Limit: 25
Create these slab rolled and textured wall hangings with your students. Do they hold plants? Keys?....You decide! Make and take an example and leave with a handout. Not Repeated
Target Audience: EL, MS, HS
Presented by: Heidi Posh
Location: Culinary B

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(336) - Visual Journals For Media Exploration
Time: 4:00-4:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 23
Participant Limit: 40
Visual Journaling is a dynamic process to incorporate in any classroom for individual and collaborative assignments as a method to build skills and allow for personal expression. Experiment with visual journaling techniques, see student work, and gather ideas for implementation including techniques for social and emotional artistic learning. Supplies provided, bring a journal or sketchbook if you wish.  

Presented by: Jennifer Kay
Location: Ballroom II

(337) - Collaborative Critique
Time: 4:00-4:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 5
Participant Limit: 50
Learn how to use collaborative critique techniques across grade levels. See how our high school and elementary students work together to enhance their ability to evaluate, interpret, and analyze artwork.  
Target Audience: EL, MS, HS
Presented by: Emily Miller
Location: Abbey I

(340) - Plaster Bandage Figures
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $10.00
Enrolled: 13
Participant Limit: 25
In the style of Pop Artist, George Segal, workshop participants will create an armature of a person in motion and cover the form with plaster bandage. This workshop will also concentrate on more contemporary applications of this sculptural method.  
Target Audience: MS, HS
Presented by: Adrienne DeMilner
Location: Riverview B

(341) - Creative Solutions on a Shoestring Budget
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $1.00
Enrolled: 15
Participant Limit: 30
Want tricks and tips to use in your classroom? All are welcome to this hands-on workshop. Discover new and innovative ways to use materials and technology to enhance student learning without spending a fortune. Bring a device to access the internet. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Tanya Lockwood
Location: St.Clair River A

(342) - CANCELLED Rigid Form Bags- Needle Felting
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $10.00
Enrolled: 3
Participant Limit: 0
CANCELLED Objectives: Students will 1. Create a fiber effect which translates ideas, thoughts or feelings into a work of art. 2. Discuss differences and similarities found in works of art, nature and the environment. 3. Learn about wool (lamb, llama, and buffalo) and how it’s colored or dyed. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Deborah Brown-Cage
Location: Culinary A

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(343) - Perspective Window Used to Understand Perspective for Drawing
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 12
Participant Limit: 25
A hands-on demonstration of a perspective window and diagrams. The process allows all students to quickly and efficiently understand perspective. Participants will experience the process by using the "window" and making various diagrams.  
Target Audience: AA, HO
Presented by: Martin Skalski
Location: Culinary B

(344) - Intro to the Henry Ford's Model I
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 6
Participant Limit: 40
This workshop will serve as an introduction to The Henry Ford's Model I and how art teachers could use the habits and actions of innovators in their classroom. Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Fredrick Rubin
Location: Culinary C

(345) - Metal Stamping
Time: 4:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $30.00
Enrolled: 6
Participant Limit: 6
In this workshop you will learn how to work with metal stamping tools. This is great for high school and AP Art teachers to introduce their students to a new medium. Members will need to provide their own transportation to Studio 1219.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Studio 1219  
Location: Studio 1219

WORKSHOP OR EVENT IS FULL

(TC346A) - Glass Bead Fundraiser - One Bead
Time: 4:00-6:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $6.00
Enrolled: 6
Participant Limit: Unlimited
What was old is new again...Create a keepsake glass bead all while supporting our Student Scholarship Fund. During these fun packed hours on Saturday you can come down and get your creativeness on. You will have the option to purchase 1/$6 (#346-A) or 2/$10 (#346-B). Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Keith Rayner
Location: Culinary D

(TC346B) - Glass Bead Fundraiser - Two Beads
Time: 4:00-6:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $10.00
Enrolled: 16
Participant Limit: Unlimited
What was old is new again...Create a keepsake glass bead all while supporting our Student Scholarship Fund. During these fun packed hours on Saturday you can come down and get your creativeness on. You will have the option to purchase 1/$6 (#346-A) or 2/$10 (#346-B). Not Repeated
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Keith Rayner
Location: Culinary D

(349) - Problem Solving Through Fiber Arts
Time: 5:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 23
Participant Limit: 35
Help your students increase their problem-solving skills with Fiber Arts! Learn how to implement cost effective fiber arts lessons for all grade levels. Lessons include 2D and 3D weaving, sewing basics, felting, cross-curricular and cultural considerations. Supply management and organization tips shared.  

Presented by: Jennifer Kay
Location: Ballroom II

(350) - Using Video to Improve Teaching Effectiveness
Time: 5:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 1
Participant Limit: 25
Explore the use of video as an assessment tool to inform preservice students about the effectiveness of their teaching and about their students’ artistic behavior.  
Target Audience: HE, ST
Presented by: Katalin Zaszlavik
Location: Abbey I

(351) - Art History with a Visual Twist
Time: 5:00-5:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $0.00
Enrolled: 24
Participant Limit: 50
Visual Note-taking has changed the way my K-8 students feel about art history! Young students can identify and share facts about artists like Jackson Pollock with ease through visuals that they create! See K-8 student examples and experience Visual Note-taking for yourself! Not Repeated
Target Audience: EL, MS, HS, HO
Presented by: Courtney Miller
Location: Abbey II

(353) - Creative Collage
Time: 5:00-6:50 pm
Cost Per Person: $15.00
Enrolled: 4
Participant Limit: 15
In this workshop you will learn how to construct a creative collage using a variety of different materials. We all have lots of random recycled materials floating around our classrooms; in this workshop learn how you can use them to create a one of a kind college. Members will need to provide their own transportation to Studio 1219.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by: Studio 1219  
Location: Studio 1219

Dinner (3 listed)

(TCM-354) - Award Dinner: Option A
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $35.00
Enrolled: 9
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Chicken Marsala (6 oz. Boneless Chicken Breast Lightly Breaded Sautéed then Topped with our Marsala Wine Sauce & Mushrooms). All meals are served with a Garden Salad with House Dressing, Garlic Parsley Redskin, California Blend Vegetable, Warm Rolls & Butter, Freshly Brewed Regular & Decaf Coffee, Hot Tea & Water, and Cheesecake with Fresh Tri-Berry Sauce.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

(TCM-355) - Award Dinner: Option B
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $35.00
Enrolled: 12
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Slow Roasted Prime Rib of Beef (Certified Angus English Cut Prime Rib Slow Roasted with House Seasoning Served with Au Jus & Mushroom Caps). All meals are served with a Garden Salad with House Dressing, Garlic Parsley Redskin, California Blend Vegetable, Warm Rolls & Butter, Freshly Brewed Regular & Decaf Coffee, Hot Tea & Water, and Cheesecake with Fresh Tri-Berry Sauce.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

(TCM-356) - Award Dinner: Option C
Time: 7:00-8:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $35.00
Enrolled: 20
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Citrus Mango Salmon (8 oz. Fresh Salmon Grilled Topped with Mango Salsa). All meals are served with a Garden Salad with House Dressing, Garlic Parsley Redskin, California Blend Vegetable, Warm Rolls & Butter, Freshly Brewed Regular & Decaf Coffee, Hot Tea & Water, and Cheesecake with Fresh Tri-Berry Sauce.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall B

Evening Sessions (1 listed)

(357) - Saturday Gala
Time: 8:00-11:00 pm
Cost Per Person: $5.00
Enrolled: 50
Participant Limit: Unlimited
Don’t forget to pack your best mermaid, pirate, or other nautical-themed apparel for a night “Under the Sea.” Don’t worry if you have a fear of the water, bring floaties as you dance, socialize, and enjoy a fun filled evening with your fellow art teachers. This event will also be full of giveaways and prizes.  
Target Audience: AA
Presented by:    
Location: Lake Huron Convention Hall A

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