If you would still like to have a t-shirt from the Fall Conference, contact Susan Noonan.
The Fall Conference T-shirt, featuring the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge, is designed by a college student, Cortney Bourlan, who is originally from Corning, Iowa. She is currently working as a summer intern for Pixar and is working on a movie that is not yet released. She will intern again for Pixar in the summer of 2013.
She is currently a senior at NorthWest Missouri State. She has a 2-year art degree from Dordt College and spent one year at ISU in Ames. The t-shirts will be white with black image.
Better get your collector t-shirt today. This art student is going places and will not have to wait, like VanGogh, to become famous.
St. Albert High School
400 Gleason Ave.
Council Bluffs, IA. Map...
Joint Art Educator's Show - October 1-7, 2012
714 S. Main St.
Council Bluffs, IA. More info...
Online registration for the 2012 Fall Conference allows you to
reserve a space in special paid sessions
order your choices for meals
purchase extra meal tickets for guests
use a credit card, check, or purchase order
register for your whole staff or group of friends
start your registration now and go back to make changes later (be sure to return by using the link in the email that is sent, saying that your registration is incomplete)
renew your membership in NAEA or become a new member
Several conference attendees displayed and sold their art at the Artisan's Faire...
The theme for the 2011 AEI Fall Conference was Creativity in the City--21st Century and Beyond.
The 60th. Annual Fall Conference was held in Sioux City. Chair Tammy Hoppe and her committee honored art educators across the years of AEI's history with the weekend's activities entitled Art is Core.
Friday, October 1, 2010. Activities took place at the Sioux City Art Center (SCAC) and Stoney Creek Inn in Sioux City. There were gallery tours at the SCAC and hands-on lessons.
< Conference Chair Tammy Hoppe displays Art is Core t-shirts.
< Guest speaker, 30+ year educator, author, and technologist, David Warlick explored some of the changes and challenges in education and arrange them as a set of converging conditions that might actually hold the clues for redefining and retooling 21st century education. The evening included the opportunity to take part in a gallery tour of art spaces in Sioux City.
Saturday, October 2, 2010. Vendors were on hand to share their products, ideas, and expertise at Stoney Creek Inn. Diana Wooley, a theatre educator from the Lamb Arts Ltd in Sioux City was one of the keynote presenters.
The highlight of the evening was a wonderful dinner and awards ceremony, preceded by an Opening Reception at the Sioux City Art Center.
Sunday, October 3, 2010. On Sunday morning, those who stayed were recipients of the annual vendor prize give-away and brunch with a valuable sharing session.
Bring your donation of an artwork, art materials, book, or other fabulous prize for the Silent Auction to be held during the banquets at the 2013 Fall Conference.
The following were honored at the Awards Banquet on October 6, 2012:
Outstanding Elementary Art Educator = Nancy Barsic
Outstanding Middle Level Art Educator = Tony Onesto
Outstanding Secondary Art Educator = Gloria Zmolek
Outstanding Junior Art Honor Society Sponsor = Cappie Dobyns
Art Educator of the Year = Ronda Sternhagen
Distinguished Service Outside the Profession = Iowa West Foundation
Outstanding Advocate for Art Education = Joslyn Art Museum
AEI is proud to feature the work of Iowa students. The images above were Youth Art Month Sargent Art Winners (L to R) **New York Trip Winner
* Student/educator art supplies Winners
Treynor HS-Treynor, Teacher Carol Flaten
*HS Whitney Matthew, Tri-Center HS-Neola, Teacher Susan Wedemeyer
*MS Jaime Villegas,
CSD-Columbus Junction, Teacher Nicole Beckley,
*EL Haylie Ryan,
Berg Elem.-Newton, Teacher Margaret Caldwell
You can share the work of Iowa art students by signing up for a traveling exhibit to come to your school during the 2013-14 school year. Sign up