2014 Arts Education Institute

2014 Arts Education Institute at Northern State University in Aberdeen, July 21-24. To find complete workshop & registration information: www.sdarts.org

 The 15th annual Arts Education Institute offers professional development in arts and learning for all South Dakota teachers and administrators Pre-K through 12th grade.

The Arts Education Institute (AEI) offers an educational and fun-filled week of learning to infuse the arts into classrooms and curriculum development. This year hands-on art and music workshops offer many opportunities for all Pre-K through 12th grade educators July 21-24 at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota.

AEI is offered for up to two graduate, under-graduate or recertification credits.  Mail-in registration with your check/school voucher or register and pay online with your credit card. Early registration is recommended.

$40 early bird registration fee per workshop by June 1

$55 per workshop after June 1

Additional fees for grad/undergrad credit, dorm and food plans

 Class sizes are limited to 12 each.  Minimum class size of eight or workshop will be cancelled.


 Additional Information:

Workshops offered for ONE credit each. You may take TWO.

 

Monday/Tuesday Workshop July 21 & 22 (ONE CREDIT) CHOOSE ONE:

  

Watercolor Fundamentals for Beginner and Intermediate Levels

Peter Kilian, Professor of Art, NSU

Digital Design in the Classroom

Keum-Taek Jung, Associate Professor, Art Department, NSU

Needle Felting: 2D & 3D Techniques

Sara Christensen-Blair,  Associate Professor of Art, NSU

Mask Making for Inspiration & Reflection

Ruth Wegehaupt, MA, Secondary Education, University of New Mexico

Clay Sculpture and Context

Guillermo Guardia, MFA, ND Museum of Art, artist in residence

Creative Japanese Techniques to Enhance Curriculum

Rebecca Young-Sletten, Bismarck High School Art Teacher 

Fulbright Recipient to Japan, trained under a Master Painter in Japan 

Successful String Teaching by the Non-String Player-Beginner Strings Boot Camp

Dr. Robert Vodnoy, Director of Orchestra and Professor of Strings, Music History, Pedagogy 

Music Learning Theory & Methods

Wendy van Gent, Assistant Professor of Music Education, NSU

How and why to incorporate entrepreneurial thinking, values, and techniques into arts and arts education

Grant Manhart, Professor of High Brass, Jazz Studies, Online Music Director, NSU Entrepreneurship Project Northern State University 

 

 

Wednesday/Thursday Workshop July 23 & 24 (ONE CREDIT) CHOOSE ONE:

 

Sculpture Projects for the non-art classroom

Greg Blair, Assistant Professor of Art, NSU

Creative Photography Techniques

Nadya Wiedrich Preszler, Instructor of Art, NSU

Collage Techniques for Teaching Design

Amanda Smith, Visiting Assistant Professor, Rall Gallery Director, Doane College 

Spatial Drawings: Welded Steel Sculpture

Josh Johnson,  Adjunct Instructor / Art Studio Technician, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE Adjunct Instructor, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

On-Call Exhibition Technician, Sheldon Museum of Art, Lincoln, NE

Japanese Culture Enrichment ($75 additional fee payable to instructor)

Rebecca Young-Sletten, Bismarck High School Art Teacher 

Fulbright Recipient to Japan, trained under a Master Painter in Japan 

Successful String Teaching by the Non-String Player-Intermediate Strings

Dr. Robert Vodnoy, Director of Orchestra and Professor of Strings, Music History, Pedagogy 

Music in ALL classrooms 

Wendy van Gent, Assistant Professor of Music Education, NSU

Creativity in the classroom with QR Codes

Anne Lyon, Music and Technology Specialist

PROGRAM FEES PER CREDIT (TWO CREDIT MAX)
Early Bird Registration fee $40 per credit due by June 1 ($55 after)
Housing fee $17 per night per person (pay at the time of check in)
Graduate/undergraduate $40 per credit (pay at time of registration 7:30-8:15am 7/21)
Renewal credits available for no extra charge

HOUSING
Residential participants stay in air-conditioned suites in Kramer Hall.  The suites are available for 2 to 4 people to a suite.  Each room has twin bunk beds with a common area and bath unit in each.  Bed and bath linens are not provided. Rooms are available Sunday through Thursday night.


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