You know what’s great? Art room hacks.
You know what’s even greater? When someone compiles a convenient list of art room hacks. You know, maybe something like, 10 Creative Art Room Hacks?
Well guess what? I did just that.
But here’s the thing. It’s not a blog post. Oh, no siree, Bob! It’s a video presentation. Yup. You read that right, a vid-ee-oh pres-en-ta-tion.
“Oh where, oh where, Ms. ATHG, can I view what I can only assume will be a glorious and informative presentation,” you ask? That’s easy, at the Winter 2014 Art of Education Conference. It’s online folks, online. So you know what that means, right? No need to shower, get dressed, or even brush your teeth. AND it’s on a Saturday this go around (unlike last year’s which, while awesome, was on a Wednesday. I think. Maybe it was a Tuesday). Check out some of the fab presenters:
Theresa McGee from The Teaching Palette
Greg Percy of Songs in the Key of Art fame
Ted Edinger from Art with Mr. E
Nic Hahn from Mini Matisse
Hope Knight from Mrs. Knight’s Smartist Artists
ME! and many more
“Okay, great, but what can I expect from this conference, and more importantly, what can I expect from your presentation?” I’m glad you asked. First, make sure you pop on over to The Art of Education’s information page, because all the information you need to know about the conference is right there.
- Now, here’s what you can expect from my presentation:
- Having to endure the sound of my irritatingly whiney voice for ten minutes.
- Flashy graphics that will distract you from the lack of content.
- Flashy graphics to distract you from the fact that you’re not seeing my pasty face.
- Tips and tricks you probably knew about long before I came along.
Need more incentive to attend? The first 1,000 people to register by January 13th will receive a swag bag (full disclosure, it’s actually a box). So go, hurry, get your registration in. Swag bag registration ends January 12th, but you can register up until January 23rd.