Character Stamps: Visual Arts + Language Arts
Thursday, April 27, 2017 from 4:45 PM to 6:15 PM (MDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Visual Arts + Language Arts
Focus: 3rd - 6th Grade
Are you familiar with the newly revised Utah Fine Art Standards? Would you like to see how you can easily integrate them into your classroom? Come join us as we explore art history, art making, and your grade level's reading standards in designing your own character stamp. We will take a look at different versions of the story, "Little Red Riding Hood", and discuss a character's point of view and then connect this to visual art as we see the effect color can have on the story an artist is telling through their artwork.
USBE relicensure hours available.
Erinne Roundy, presenter
From the moment Erinne could pick up a writing utensil (which I’m sure was a black Pilot G2 pen) she has been doodling and writing in sketchbook after sketchbook after sketchbook after sketchbook…(well, you get the picture). Which is no surprise that when she originally graduated from WSU way back when it was with a BS in Visual Communications/Design and she was pretty content with this career choice until her own kids started school. It was then that she realized how much she really enjoyed the educational atmosphere of young minds and wanted to be surrounded by them all the time so she decided to get her secondary teaching license via the ARL (which is what she is currently doing and will have her license this coming spring. Yippee!) Right now she is teaching junior high Art Foundations at NDPA, a K-12 Spanish Immersion charter school in Layton as well as working with Tamara Goldbogen, BTS Endowed Chair for Arts Learning at WSU as the ArtsBridge Coordinator.
Parking on campus in any lot designated with an A or W is free after 4:00 PM. The red dots direct you to the entrance of the Browning Center. If you park in the Pay Lot (PPL on the map) you will be required to pay a parking fee.
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Weber State University Arts Learning Collaborative
Monica Pendergast, Weber State University
Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program Coordinator