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The following guide was created to supplement my presentation at NAEA 2018 called Four Fun Ways to Engage Art Students with Augmented Reality.
This year, I have been making an effort to add more choice and student-directed learning to my curriculum. This unit grew as an extension of the 4th grade pinhole camera project. I needed a way to occupy the class while … Continue reading
The following information will make a lot more sense if you have already read my previous post called Pinhole CANmeras Day 1. PROCESSING THE IMAGES: Cameras begin to trickle back in on week 2 of this project. Out of a class of … Continue reading
Last year I had a conversation with Nicole Croy at the NAEA Convention that blew my mind. For the last few years, she has been recording incredible images with long exposure pinhole cameras that do not require any darkroom chemicals! I could … Continue reading
I am getting so excited about the National Art Education Association National Convention in New York this week. I am presenting a hands-on workshop on Thursday, March 2nd, called: Homemade Gelatin Plates. How to Make it Work for 20+ Students. … Continue reading
I’ve often thought about creating instructional videos, but I am one of those people who are VERY UNCOMFORTABLE in front of a camera. I was less nervous when I jumped out of an airplane than I am every time I … Continue reading