SchoolArts Magazine

JAN 2014

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Nat iona l Ar t E du c at i on Ass o ci at ion Spark! 2014 NAEA National CONVENTION March 29-31 | San Diego, CA Fusing Innovative Teaching & Emerging Technologies LEAD YOUR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE at the 2014 NAEA National Convention! Choose from 1,000+ sessions, workshops, tours, and events. D E TA IL S WHEN March 29 – 31, 2014 WHERE San Diego Convention Center 111 W. Harbor Dr., San Diego, CA 92101 ions at Register and book discounted accommodat ww w.a rte duc ato rs.o rg S E S S I O N S P OT L I GHT DEBORAH BUTTERFIELD A Life With Horses COST Deborah Butterfeld's sculptural forms are based on her unique subject, horses. Constructed in wood and cast in bronze, the freestanding sculptures are shown in two scales: life-size works and smaller bronzes. Members: $150 Now $180 after 2/28/14* TERRYL WHITLATCH Hilton San Diego Bayfront 1 Park Blvd., San Diego, CA 92101 Non-members: $210 Now $240 after 2/28/14 STAY Book discounted accommodations online now. *See additional member pricing when you register. Creature Design: An Odyssey Into Art and Science Terryl Whitlatch—globally renowned creature and concept designer for Pixar, Lucasflm Ltd., Walt Disney Feature Animation, and more—will share what it takes to work as a concept artist in the entertainment industry, key considerations in the process, and what steps one should take to enter this 21st-century arena. MATT CAUTHRON Media Arts Collaboration Near and Far The things I learned in a few short days are better than years of other PD. I have been inspired to totally change my elementary curriculum. —Kelley Schotte, Blue Springs, MO 2013 Convention Attendee Join Matt Cauthron—an Apple, Adobe, and ISTE distinguished educator, as well as a California high school digital arts teacher—as he shares his unique cross-grade level and secondary global collaborations for a worldwide audience. He will discuss and show how his students developed and shared ideas that turned into creative results.

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