13 NATA Members Presenting in New Orleans Next Week!
Congratulations to the following Nebraska Teachers presenting at NAEA National Convention! Look at the wealth of knowledge being shared from Nebraska. If you're attending, you can download the presentation schedule.
Jody Boyer: Designing Sustainable Landscapes as School Based Public Art
Jody Boyer & Rebecca Turk: Craftivism, Community, and Service Learning
Jeremy Johnson & James Bequette: Rethinking a Preservice Art and Design Teacher Licensure Program
Jeremy Johnson: Cripping Comics: Challenging the Dominant Discourse of Disability
Lynette Fast: Using Google Drive in the Art Classroom
Lynette Fast: Standards Based Teaching: Keeping Teacher and Student Creativity Alive
Lorinda Rice & Bob Reeker: Function Junction: Designing to Meet All Learners
Lorinda Rice & Bob Reeker: Planning by Design: Unit Writing for Maximum Impact
Bob Reeker & Lorinda Rice: Design, Story, Meaning, & Using Pink's Work to Inspire
Julie Ryan & Melissa Cleaver: Humor to Hope: Building Relationships Through the Urban Art Room
Julie Ryan & Melissa Cleaver: Be Pinspired!
Shari Hofschire & Joanne Sowell: Design Thinking for New Media Arts: Digital Game Design
Jan Jones: Visual Persuasion in the 21st Century
Lisa Kastello: Asian Interest Issues Group Initiatives
Angie Fischer & Gina Tolstedt: Collaboration and Leadership with Visual and Performing Arts
15 Nebraska Art Students Win 17 National Scholastic Art Awards
Congratulations to the following students and their teachers!
Anderson Kayley, 10, Silver Medal, Mixed Media, Complements
Bruck Jack, 12, Silver Medal, Drawing and Illustration, "father Time"
Collins Lannisha, 12, Gold Medal, Digital Art, Starry-Eyed
Gonzalez-Fuent es Walter, 12, Silver Medal, Painting, Self Portrait
Hidalgo Hannah, 11, Silver Medal, Painting Over-exposed
Hoover Carolyn, 11, American Visions Medal, Drawing and Illustration, Vivian
Kohmetscher Lenae, 12, Gold Medal, Drawing and Illustration, Rusted Dream
Margritz Brittany, 12, Silver Medal, Mixed Media, Telhados de Lisboa
Sanchez Stephanie, 12, Gold Medal, Photography, Christopher
Scheele Trevor, 8, Silver Medal, Drawing and Illustration, "The Devil's Stare"
Smith Darrin, 12, Silver Medal, Ceramics & Glass, wood Fired
Smith Megan, 12, Gold Medal, Drawing and Illustration, Dry Shampoo
Solheim Jenny, 12, Gold Medal, Painting, Norwegian Fiddler
Solheim Jenny, 12, Silver Medal, Painting, Singing in Harmony
Solheim Jenny, 12, Silver Medal, Art Portfolio, Attuned
Weiler Kelly, 12, Gold Medal, Drawing and Illustration, Kelly
Yang Zomshia, 12, Silver Medal, Digital Art, Shadows
A complete list of National Medalists is accessible through the Alliance's website.
NATA Board Meeting
A lot of new business discussion will focus around service to our membership through the new board structure. We hope you can attend and then support the Youth Art Month Celebration at the State Capitol following at 2:00pm. Agenda : Notify us immediately if you will be attending so we can plan for enough brunch items.
NATA PRESERVICE TEACHER SPRING FORUM
DISCOVERY: STEM to STEAM
April 11th, 9am-4pm
Sponsored by UN-O and NATA
Get Information and Register Here By April 3rd!
The National Art Honor Society (NAHS) is designed specifically for high school students in grades 9-12. In 1978, the National Art Education Association began the National Art Honor Society program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The NAHS strives to aid members in attaining the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.
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