September 6 registration fees will go up and lodging cannot be guaranteed at The Leadership Center conference location. Register now!
Deadline has been extended to SEPTEMBER 5TH. Share your expertise with everyone attending conference. Create a tri-fold display and attend at least one sharing session to talk with participants about your ideas. Register your presentation now!
WE HAVE AT LEAST 3 PAID REGISTRATIONS FOR NOVICE TEACHERS FOR OUR DRAWING ON SEPT 12TH!
Would you like to foster the growth you have experienced by attending NATA Fall Conference? Are you a novice teacher of 5 years or less and ready to join NATA? We have the perfect match for you!
Sponsor a novice teacher to attend fall conference for 2 days. The new teacher will be required to join NATA/NAEA before or at fall conference ($80). The mentor will receive a discount rate for purchasing a novice registration.
Register to win if you have 5 years or less teaching experience and you want to be entered to win a 2 Day fall conference registration. On September 12th, 2014 we will draw as many names as we have sponsored registrations. Winners will be notified immediately so arrangements can be made to attend conference. You must be available to attend September 26-27, 2014 in Aurora, NE. If you are notified as a recipient, you must join NATA before or when you arrive at the conference.
Karen Kunc : Printmaking/Bookmaking
In this experimental hands-on workshop we will generate pages of printed images, front and back, with the monoprint process. The prints will be turned into a wrapped paper covered book with visible spine stitching details. Through the “Pressure Printing” process, unexpected juxtapositions of symbols will be printed from stencils, cutout relief forms, and textured materials impressed by rollers and the hand “Pin Press” with Akua water-base inks onto quality art papers. There will be generative collaboration in printing from the combinations of sources, materials and color layering. Techniques will be demonstrated and discussed, with ongoing problem solving and suggestions by faculty mentor. This process can spark minds through the imaginative pursuit of problems and solutions and results in a final book form.
Angie Fischer, Curriculum Facilitator
Bob Henrickson, Naturalist
Bob Henrickson is the Horticulture Program Coordinator with the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, Inc. He graduated from UNL with a degree in Wildlife Biology. His responsibilities include assisting affiliated arboretum sites with plant collection and to acquire, propagate and produce native plants for project development and public sales. Bob co-hosts a gardening talk show on a community radio station in Lincoln. He is passionate about native plants that benefit wildlife and reflect a sense of place here on the Plains.
Are you planning to attend the board meeting at The Leadership Center, Aurora, NE? Please notify Allison Varah and Lynette Fast with your intent to attend.It’s time to collect reports for the fall board meeting. By Sept 18th, please submit your activities on the NATA board using the link provided here:
The following have contributed to make this amazing conference possible. Please thank them for believing in Nebraska Visual Art Education.
Nebraska Arts Council, Nebraska Cultural Endowment
Sheldon Museum of Art
The Educational Sketchbook Program
Glaser Ceramics, Lincoln
Hamilton Communications, Aurora
Hamiltion Community Foundation, Aurora
Pinnacle Bank, Aurora
Bob Reeker, NATA co-Past President
Gelli Arts, Yen Azzaro, Representative
Jon Garbisch, Associate Director, Cedar Point Biological Station
Vicki VonLoh, Master Naturalist, Master Gardener
Donald and Ingeborg Beyer Memorial Fund, Aurora, NE
Lorinda Rice, NATA Co-Past President
Cornerstone Bank, Aurora, NE
Creative Center College of Art & Design, Omaha, NE
We continue to look for more sponsors to keep member costs of attending conference down. If you know of someone we could contact to support our conference, please email: Carolyn Albracht, Lynette Fast, Allison Varah
Nineteen Nebraska Educators have their work juried into this annual show.
Jean Rempfer, Nature Of Africa
Don Robson, Preservation Series #1
Daniel Garringer, Intolerance
Allison Fees Varah, Midnight Serenade
Judy Boyer, Forest For The Trees #24
Deb Goodenberger, Evening Light Halsey Forest
Paula Yoachim, Flower Show
Jeff Yoachim, Criss Cross
Lisa Kastello, A Way Through
Lynette Fast, Farmstead
Carolyn Albracht, Carrot Princess
Jennifer Swensen, Out Of Reach
Michael Trotter, Acorn Offering
Josephine Langbehn, The Beautys
Timothy Bogatz, Flower Girl
Lindsey Tomaso, Othello
Tim O'Neill, Lakota Princess
Tim O'Neill, Round Up
Jan Jones, Like The Little Boys
Angie Fischer, Purge
Please stop by the Plainsman Museum to view the show between now and September 27th. Plainsman Museum, 210 16th Street, Aurora, NE 68818
Missouri Western State University's Department of Art is extending an invitation to you and your art students to attend the third annual MWSU Visual Arts Day. This year Visual Arts Day 3 is scheduled for Thursday, October 9, 2014. Events will begin at 8:00 am and conclude about 3:00 pm. The day will consist of a juried high school art exhibition, art competitions and events, and studio workshops in clay, graphics, animation, printmaking, painting, photography, drawing, and sculpture. Participating students and faculty will have the opportunity to explore and create in an environment designed to promote creativity, collaboration, and camaraderie. If you would like to participate please complete the online School Registration Form at https://www.missouriwestern.edu/orgs/artday/SchoolRegistration.html.
If you need more information about Visual Arts Day 3 please check out the website at http://www.missouriwestern.edu/orgs/artday/Index.html
Additionally, if you know of anyone else who might be interested in participating in Visual Arts Day 3 or would like to receive information about future art events and workshops at MWSU, please feel free to forward this message to them.
The MWSU Department of Art looks forward to hearing from you soon.
Missouri Western State University
Department of Art
4525 Downs drive
Saint Joseph, MO 64507
Art Office: 816-271-4282
MWSU Art http://www.missouriwestern.edu/art/