MAEA Professional Development at Salisbury University

On April 13, 2013, from 8:45-1:00, MAEA will provide a unique professional development opportunity for art educators on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The day, centered around printmaking, will include two workshops, lunch, and an opportunity to explore printmaking materials available through School Specialty. Katie Morris, a faculty member of the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), will lead a hands on workshop in Printmaking, and Heidi Hinish, a representative from the National Gallery in Washington, D.C will present a session full of valuable resources and strategies for bringing the museum experience to the classroom. A box lunch is included in the cost of registration.

Cost: $15 Members; $25 Non-members

Payment is due by April 10, 2013
Checks should be made payable to the Maryland Art Education Association and mailed to:

Eleni Dykstra
Anne Arundel County Public Schools
2644 Riva Road
Annapolis, Maryland 21401

Session Information:

Join the Maryland Art Education Association for a Professional Development opportunity in PRINTMAKING.

Alternative Processes in Printmaking

Katie Morris

Educator and Printmaker

Maryland Institute College of Art

This session will introduce several alternate processes to printmaking that are classroom friendly and economical, flexible for varying developmental levels while lending themselves to build on prior skills and adapt to varied themes. Multiple techniques in monoprinting, collograph and printing from photocopies will be shared. Strategies for facilitating these processes along with student results will be presented.

Because this workshop is intended to enhance your experiences with your students, participants are asked to bring the following materials from your classroom:

1. One tube of water soluble ink

2. Three different types of paper

3. Four different self-adhesive materials (i.e. tape, bandages, stickers, labels, etc.)

(Some of these materials will be provided, but we strongly encourage you to bring what you have in your classroom)

Teaching with Thinking Routines

Heidi Hinish

Head, Department of Teacher, School, and Family Programs

National Gallery of Art

In this interactive workshop, we will discuss and model two teaching strategies called thinking routines. The routines are short sets of open ended questions that are designed to help students engage with complex ideas and objects, to foster rich engagement, and to build understanding. The workshop will conclude with an opportunity to reflect on the group’s thinking by exploring insights and questions about the experience and to consider ways to adapt and apply the routines.

The schedule for the day includes:

8:45 -9:00 Breakfast/Networking/Current Exhibit of Senior work in the Salisbury University Gallery

9:00-9:30 School Specialty will be on site with materials for you to explore!

9:30-11:00 Session 1

11:00-11:30 Lunch (box lunch provided)

11:30-1:00 Session 2

We are looking forward to a fantastic day with you!

Fulton Hall Fulton Hall
Salisbury University
1101 Camden Avenue
Salisbury, Maryland 21801
(410) 543-6450

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