We saw some of you last week in Forth Worth, Texas for the NAEA National Convention. Julie Toole, one of our ST Chicago TAB teachers presented a workshop on parent involvement and hosted a TAB open house at her hotel. The open house was a lovely event. Viera Bakova from Curie and I took the plane out together and talked shop in the early hours of the morning.
Kitty Conde presented with Lois Hetland and Sara Stillman (California) around classroom use of the Studio Thinking Framework. The presentation was well attended. Just after this session the second edition of Studio Thinking 2: The Real Benefits of a Visual Arts Education was launched with a signing of the book by Lois. You can buy her book here. Our Chicago Studio Thinking project is in the new edition and Kitty Conde is cited for her practice.
We are inviting attendees from this session to join us in our Studio Thinking Adobe Online Conversation this Monday, March 18th from 7-9 p.m. Central time. The Studio Thinking Online conversation on Monday will address:
The Dispositional Elements of ST: Skill, Alertness and Inclination
The Generative Tension in the Clusters: How do the Studio Habits of Mind pull on each other?