Art Education Conferences 2006-2007

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Art Education Conferences 2006-2007


Following is a listing of conferences being held in the coming year by art education associations and others throughout the country. For more information or to register, please contact the individuals whose names, addresses, phone/fax numbers, or e-mail/Web site addresses are provided at the end of each listing.

ALABAMA October 27-28; Auburn University, Biggin Hall. "Art4U." Contact: Betsy Logan, 2020 Janabrooke Lane, Auburn, AL 36830; (334) 821-8907; e-mail: blogan@auburnschools.org or rbjlogan@earthlink.net.

ALASKA September 29-Oct. 1; Juneau/Douglas High School. Contact: Marianne Manning, 622 Hemlock, Juneau, AK 99801; (907) 463-3431; e-mail: manningm@jsd.ak.us.

ARIZONA November 17-19; Ramada Express in Laughlin, Nevada. "The Luck of the Draw." Contact: Jessica Steinberg, 6788 East Snyder Road, Tucson, AZ 85750; (520) 615-0148; e-mail: pueblopalette@aol.com.

ARKANSAS November 2-3; Wyndham Riverfront Hotel, North Little Rock. Developing art teachers as instructional leaders and pre K-12 standards based on art instruction. Contact: Amanda Linn, 109 South Schiller Street, Little Rock, AR 72205, (501) 416-9547; e-mail: aae_fall_conference@yahoo.com or toasterart@yahoo.com.

CALIFORNIA October 26-29; Radisson Hotel & Conference Center/Fresno Convention Center. "Art Grows: Planting New Seeds." Contact: Craig Tomlinson, 174 West Adelaide Way, Dinuba, CA 93618; phone and fax: (559) 591-8238; e-mail: ctomlins@dinuba.k12.ca.us.

CONNECTICUT October 29-30; Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford. Contact: Barbara Grasso, P.O. Box 484, Bristol, CT 06011; (860) 589-0765; e-mail: quinngrasso@aol.com.

FLORIDA October 19-22; Hyatt Regency, Jacksonville. "Back to the Classics: New Chapters in Art and Literacy." Contact: Lisa Kammel, 402 Office Plaza, Tallahassee, FL 32301; phone: (850) 205-0068; fax: (850) 942-1793; e-mail: lisa@faea.org; www.faea.org.

GEORGIA November 9-12; Valdosta Convention Center, Valdosta University. "(Critical Thinking) + (Diverse Ideas) = ART." Keynote speaker is Jaune Quick-to-See Smith. Contact: Drew Brown, 3113 Natalie Circle, Augusta, GA 30909; (706) 737-8301; e-mail: dpbrown99@ yahoo.com; www.gaea.armstrong.edu.

IDAHO October 5-6; Red Lion Hotel Canyon Springs, Twin Falls. "Art on the Verge." Keynote speaker : Jaci Hansen. Hands-on workshops, evening reception, silent auction, IAEA Business/Awards luncheon and entertainment. Contact: Paula Burry, 408 Resseguie, Boise, ID 83702; (208) 336-0562; e-mail: pburry@hotmail.com;www.geocities.com/idahoart2/index.html.

ILLINOIS October 26-28; Holiday Inn Mart Plaza, Chicago. Contact: Lou Ann Davenport, 1547 Williams Boulevard, Springfield, IL 62704; (217) 793-0856; e-mail: louanndavenport@sbcyahoo.com.

INDIANA November 2-4; University Inn Conference Center & Suites, West Lafayette, Indiana Hotel. "Art and Literacy." Contact: Verna Yoder, 4901 N. 50 W., West Lafayette, IN 47906. (765) 497-0221; e-mail: v.yoder@ insightbb.com; and Katherine Pechin, 3916 Shana Jane Drive, Lafayette, IN 47905; (765) 742-7420; e-mail: pechink@wl.k12.in.us; www.aeai.org.

IOWA October 13-15; Hotel Fort and Callanan Middle School, Des Moines. "Art ... or Else!" Advocacy focus, featuring NAEA Pres. Susan Gabbard and other national arts-education advocates. Contact: Steve Cox, 5238 Meredith Drive, Des Moines, IA 50310 phone: (515) 242-8101; fax: (515) 242-8103; e-mail: stephen.cox@dmps.k12.ia.us; www.cedarnet.org/aei/index.html.

KENTUCKY October 13-14; Owensboro 5/6 Elementary Center. Contact: Elise Melrood; e-mail: emelrood@ipro.net.

LOUISIANA November 10-12; Weathersby Fine Arts Hall, Louisiana College, Pineville. Contact: Dorinda Gifford, 207 Ridgewood Boulevard, Alexandria, LA 71303; (318) 448-0550; e-mail: giffordd@rapides.k12.1a.us.

MAINE September 15-17; Haystack School of Crafts, Deer Isle. Contact: Holly Houston, 71 Summit Terrace, North Yarmouth, ME 04097; e-mail: hollybabbo@earthlink. …

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