Where Art Educators Flock Together
Throughout the 2020-2021 school year as we were still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, FAEA provided a variety of digital learning opportunities for members to attend via Zoom. Each event was held live with the instructor, and spaces were limited to provide the best learning experience and engagement for the attendees. All events were recorded and are available to FAEA members.
FAEA Members have free access to the following recordings from past digital learning events.
5 Senses Immersive Art Experience - Exploring Nature & Architecture at the Ringling Museum & Grounds by Dr. Jackie Henson-Dacey & Chloe DuBois (7/15/21)
Mixed Media Mapping the Living History of Communities by Dr. Rachel Fendler & Dr. Sara Scott Shields (7/8/21)
5 Senses Immersive Art Experiences - Exploring Your Niche: Compose With Your Physical, Spiritual, and Mental Environment by Latonya Hicks & Miriam Machado (6/25/21)
Plein Air with Irina Ashcraft by Irina Ashcraft (6/22/21)
Finding Your Why by Cassie Stephens (6/18/21)
Toulouse-Lautrec at the Polk Museum of Art by Dr. H. Alexander Rich (4/27/21)
Tesoro at the Frost Art Museum, FIU, Virtual Museum Tour by Dr. Amy Galpin (3/18/21)
Mind-Art Connection: Neurographic Strategies for Artists by Pamela Haas (3/9/21)
Boca Raton Museum Virtual Tour by Claire Clum (2/18/21)
NSU Museum Tour: New Art South Florida by Bonnie Clearwater (1/30/21)
SEL and the Arts Classroom by Christy Garton (9/22/20)
Oh Snap! Bridging Art Creation with Digital Technology presented by Joela Dagum Lowe (8/18/20)
ArtLab: Creative Collage presented by Dr. Jackie Henson-Dacey (7/27/20)
ArtLab: Beyond Traditional Batik presented by Heather Hagy (7/24/20)
ArtLab: Pocket Monuments: Mini Shrines for Major Figures in Florida History presented by Dr. Sara Scott Shields (7/16/20)
ArtLab: "Rizzi City" in the Style of James Rizzi presented by Joanna Davis (7/8/20)
Green Screen & Props by Brian Reedy (6/30/20)
New Approaches with Classic Materials by Kris Bakke from Nasco (6/25/20)
Keep checking back here to see more upcoming digital learning events!
2021 Summer Programing is currently being developed, and information will be available soon. Click on the links above or visit the Summer Workshops page to view the recorded sessions of the 2020 July digital ArtLabs.