Arts & Creativity Playground: Get Hands-On With Digital Arts Tools
Explore and create : Playground
Sunday, November 29, 11:30 am–1:00 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Jeanne Bjork Jessie Erickson Cathy Houchin Casita Lynn Brendan McCann Rita Mortenson Tim Needles kerry parrish
We'll show you how to engage and create with digital arts tools and strategies that we've used successfully in our classrooms, and we'll demonstrate a range of arts disciplines. This is a hands-on experience for arts teachers and teachers who are trying to integrate more arts and technology.
|Audience:||Teachers, Principals/head teachers, Library media specialists|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Not needed|
|Topic:||Creativity & curation tools|
|Subject area:||Performing/visual arts|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
|Influencer Disclosure:||This session includes a presenter that indicated a “material connection” to a brand that includes a personal, family or employment relationship, or a financial relationship. See individual speaker menu for disclosure information.|
- Attendees of the playground will learn and practice using digital assessment and creative-making skills.
- Attendees will also be able to engage with other arts educators to build their network
- Attendees will be exposed to a wide range and variety of technology tools in all arts disciplines
We will have two areas at our playground -
1) Presentation area to allow for 20 minute presentations to attendees
2) 4-6 station areas where participants can engage in hands on activities (participants generally stay at a station 5-15 minutes at a time)
How integrating physical art into digital creations expands creativity - https://www.ipadartroom.com/mindshift/
I am a high school Art teacher at Pewaukee High School in Pewaukee, WI. I teach traditional studio art along with digital and media arts including Digital Photography, Graphic Design and Animation. As an artist educator I like to explore multiple media, but especially love the intersection of old traditional darkroom and studio photo techniques with digital processes that result in creative prints. I like to push the boundaries of the photographic print creating final works on leather, fabric, wood and more.
Jessie Erickson is the District Assessment Coordinator for Grand Forks Public Schools. Jessie holds Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction and a Specialist Diploma in Educational Leadership. She has She had the opportunity to work with the students and staff as a teacher, Building Resource Coordinator, Instructional Coach and Curriculum Technology Partner within the Grand Forks Public Schools and Grand Forks Air Force Base School Districts. She loves facilitating opportunities that ignite all learners to become passionate about leading and learning.
An artist, designer and educator working in the greater Los Angeles area. He teaches Digital Media Arts to a diverse group of students who keep him on his toes. A veteran with many Adobe applications he is always looking to learn new things and update his skill set and ultimately share his knowledge. As a yearbook advisor for over a decade he grew a passion for all things that combine the worlds of information, technology and design. He hopes to inspire others to see how good art and design can have a positive impact on their lives.
Tim Needles is an artist, educator & author of STEAM Power: Infusing Art Into Your STEM Curriculum. He teaches art/media at Smithtown School District, is a TEDx Talk speaker, & his work has been featured on NPR, in the New York Times, Columbus Museum of Art, Norman Rockwell Museum. He’s the recipient of ISTE’s Technology in Action Award & Creativity Award, NAEA’s AET Outstanding Teaching Award, & The Rauschenberg Power of Art Award. He’s a Nat Geo Certified Teacher, PBS Digital Innovator, an ISTE Arts & Technology & STEM PLN leader, NAEA ArtEdTech interest Group leader, & Adobe Creative Educator. He’s on social media at @timneedles.
Kerry Parrish is a Visual Arts Educator and Technology Coach at Crystal Lake Central High School. She is passionate about teaching students and teachers how to navigate new technologies. Creative problem solving is the key ingredient to her coaching and teaching style. Kerry is actively involved in the ISTE Arts and Technology as a PLN leader, and the Illinois Art Educators Association as the co-editor of the Mosaic Magazine and as the board Secretary. "Get Involved and Make an Impact!" Catch her on twitter - @KerryParrishArt!
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