Conference Sessions

2007 FATE Conference Sessions

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fate01A Design Foundation

Chair: Mary Stewart, Florida State University
Adam Kallish, Northern Illinois University
An Introduction to Design Methods
Helen Maria Nugent, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Contemporary Practice: Designed Objects
Keith Roberson, Florida State University
Hybrids and Cross Pollinization
Rusty Smith, Auburn University
The Design Education Laboratory: Mission & Methods

fate02Assessing Assessment: The Role of Evaluation in the Foundations Program

Chair: Laura Prange, University of Southern Mississippi
Mary K. Connelly, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center
The Art of Rubrics: Painting by Numbers?
Berel Lutsky, University of Wisconsin — Manitowoc
Feeding Two Demons
Alice Sims-Gunzenhauser, Educational Testing Service
Large-scale scoring up close: The relevance of AP studio art for college assessment
Anita Welych, Cazenovia College
Assessment: The Good, the Bad, and the Time-consuming

fate32Assess, Situate, Disperse — Addressing Diversity of Artistic Approaches in Foundations

Chair: Adelheid Mers, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Denise Burge, University of Cincinnati
You Mean I Get to Choose? The Workshop Approach in Foundations Studios
Teresa Paschke, Iowa State University
Converging Technologies/Converging Ideologies
Michael x. Ryan, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Lay It Out There: Presentations/Exhibition Strategies in a Foundations Program
Petra Soesemann, Cleveland Institute of Art
TBA
Susan Stewart, Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
Regenerative Education

fate03Bridge-Building: Art Education Connections from High School

Chair: Barbara Nesin, Spelman College
Dr. Debra Ambush, Clarksburg High School & College Board, Advanced Placement Studio Art Program
College Board Advanced Placement Studio Art Programs: The Importance of AP Studio Art Programs in Providing Equity and Access to College Fine Arts Programs
Jodi Kushins, Ohio State University
Didn't They Teach You Anything in High School?: Tabulae Rasae or Works in Process
Dr. Bruce Little, Georgia Southern University
Observations from the Front Lines: Embedded P-12 Art Teachers in the Foundations Classroom

fate04Collaboration in the Formative Years

Co-Chair: Frankie Flood, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Co-Chair: Jennifer Pollock, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Tracy Doreen Dietzel, Edgewood College
Who wants to Design the Title Card?; Student Collaborative Art Projects on Parade
Cindy Gould, Iowa State University
The Doorway Project

fate05Cross Cultural Aesthetics

Chair: Dr. Debra Ambush, Clarksburg High School & College Board, Advanced Placement Studio Art Program
Cross Cultural Aesthetic Considerations in College Foundation Courses as a Paradigm for Increasing Inter and Intra-Cultural Universtanding
Li-Ying Bao, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
Integrate of Chinese and American Teaching Methodologies in 2-D Foundation
Christopher Olszewski, Jackson State University
The Rich Visual Culture and Scholarly Practice at Jackson State University

fate06Crossing Disciplines and Creating Connections: Visual Literacy Course Portfolios

Chair: Dana Fritz, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Perceptual Drawing: Evolution through Course Portfolios
Lindsey Ellsworth, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Benchmark Portfolios for Composition & Analysis and Speculative Drawing Courses
Martha Horvay, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Visualizing Visual Literacy
Elizabeth Ingraham, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Creativity 101: Brainstorming and Visual Literacy

fate07Digital Games in the Arts

Kim Bowden, Augsburg College and College of Visual Arts
Michelle McCreery, Augsburg College and College of Visual Arts

fate08Drawing for Design/Shifting the Focus of Drawing Instruction

Kristie Bruzenak, Savannah College of Art & Design

fate09Drawing Technologies: Bridging Traditional and Emergent Materials and Methods in Foundations Pedagogy

Chair: Thomas Albrecht, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Stick and the Mouse: A Pedagogical Tale
John DenHouter, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
An Approach to Linear Perspective Reflecting Campus Culture
John P. Gee, Ball State University
Upshifts and Downshifts in the Further Evolution of Teaching Anatomy in the 21st Century

fate10Everything is Appropriated in a Post Modern World

Chair: Brooke Hunter-Lombardi, Columbus College of Art & Design
Charles E. Licka (Sean), Ph.D., University of Alaska — Anchorage
The Perils and Limits of Appropriation in Today's Global Context
Heidi Leff, Harford Community College
Appropriate Appropriation
Christopher Gauthiér, Jackson State University
Ethics of Originality Within Current Consumer Culture

fate11 Fostering the New Millennial in the New Learning Environment

Chair: Joan Giampa Petro, George Mason University
Rosanne Gibel, Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale
Too Much Information-Applied Research in the Undergraduate Studio
Pat Jancosek, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College
Inspiring a Stronger Creativity for the Millennial Generation
Jian Luo, University of Wisconsin — Eau Claire
The Net Generation and the System of Seven Compound Spaces — A New Perspective For Visual Art Study
Antoinette Martin, University of Hawaii at Windward Community College
Fostering the New Millennial in Gallery Design: The Exhibition

fate12 Foundations Plugged and Unplugged

Chair: Mark O'Grady, Pratt Institute
Brent Dedas, University of Louisville
"1400 Drawings" and Other Projects: High and Low Tech Approaches to the Contemporary
Tracy Featherstone, Miami University, Ohio
Maintaining the Balance
Lori Kent, Hunter College and Queens College, CUNY
Digital Contexts and Digital Lives
Sue O'Donnell, Southeastern Louisiana University
Rethinking Hands-on versus Digital: A Collaborative Approach
Stewart Parker, Pratt Institute, New York
Bits and Pieces

fate13 Getting off Dead Center: Research and the Studio

Carol J. Lasch, Rhode Island School of Design
John Schlinke, Roger Williams University

fate14 Guidelines for Foundation Programs

Chair: Ralph Larmann, University of Evansville
Charlotte Lowry Collins, Kennesaw State University
Christine McCullough, Youngstown State University

fate15 Holistic Learning Through the Electronic Portfolio

Chair: Nell Ruby, Agnes Scott College
TBA

fate16 Reflections of an Endangered Species

Chair: Brian Curtis, University of Miami
Darby Bannard, University of Miami
Artbroken: What Art is and How We Stopped Making it
Laurie Fendrich, Hofstra University
The Trouble with Artists
Cindy Gould, Iowa State University
In a Rowboat Against a Tidal Wave
Greg Skaggs, Troy University
Integrating Technology into Studio Foundations
Daniel Venne, University of the District of Columbia
Confessions of a Luddite: How I Discovered My Own Relevance in the Digital Classroom

fate17 Regenerative Teaching

Co-Chair: Leslie Fedorchuk, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Co-Chair: Lee Ann Garrison, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

kathryn e. martin-meurer, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Barbara Reinhart, University of Wisconsin Colleges; Waukesha
Lynn Tomaszewski, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Leslie Vansen, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

fate18 Searching for Evolutionary Principles of Art Foundation

Chair: Dennis Dake, Iowa State University
The Co-evolution of Visual Ideas
Kathy Dambach, Florida International University
Restructuring Art Foundations: Preparing art students to successfully compete in the 21st century
Joel Varland, Savannah College of Art & Design
Paradigm Shift: Retooling Foundations for our increasing Visual World

fate19 Shifting Curriculum Gears: Find 'em…or grind 'em!

Chair: William Potter, Herron School of Art & Design-IUPUI
Vance Farrow, Herron School of Art & Design-IUPUI
Sherry Stone Clifton, Herron School of Art & Design-IUPUI

fate20 Silencing the Pronounced: Light, Sound, Motion

Co-Chair: Roberley Bell, Rochester Institute of Technology
Co-Chair: Amos Scully, Rochester Institute of Technology

Soundscape, Touchscape: Exploring sensory methods for decoding spatial environments
Doreen Balabanoff, Ontario College of Art and Design
Exploring the Ephemeral: Modeling Sensorial and Time-based Spatial Design
Kristin Hughes, Carnegie Mellon University
Shadow Puppetry: Helping first year students understand the value of storytelling and its role in design
Jeremy Boyle, University of Massachusetts
Media in Time: A Framework for Foundations

fate21 Social Software for Learning Communities: Using e-portfolios, blogs, wikis, pod-casts, and other communication software for foundation art instruction

Chair: Dan Collins, Arizona State University
Social Software for Learning Communities: An Introduction
Pamela Adkinson, Arizona State University
Social Software for Learning Communities: An Introduction
Kjellgren Alkire, Arizona State University
Graduate Teaching Assistants Network
Adam Kallish, Northern Illinois University
Marco Rosichelli, Arizona State University
Graduate Teaching Assistants Network
Adrienne Schwarte, Maryville College
Your Studio Course as an iPod: Providing Variety, Student-Centered Approaches and Enthusiasm for Maintaining Student Engagement and Fostering Creativity in the Millennial Generation

fate34 Studio Art Textbooks â€" Remnants of the Past or Tools for a New Generation

Chair: Steven Bleicher, Coastal Carolina University
Michael Arrigo, Bowling Green State University
The Confessions and (Partial) Conversation of an Antitextite
Tracy Doreen Dietzel, Edgewood College
You're Kidding! A Quiz in a Studio Class?
Bonnie Mitchell, Bowling Green University
Browse, Click, Drag and Read: The Relationship of Technology to Textbooks in the Foundation Art Classroom
Peter Winant, George Mason University
http://ARTSBUS.GMU.EDU

fate23 Teaching Teachers

Chair: Jim Elinski, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Cindy Hellyer Heinz, Northern Illinois University
Mentoring and Motivation: Strategies for identifying and supporting instructors of foundation courses
Richard Siegesmund, Ph.D., University of Georgia
Critical Thinking Skill Development and The Student Critique Process
Mary Stewart, Florida State University
Cause and Effect: Reporting on a Teacher Training Thinktank
Caleb Taylor, Montana State University - Bozeman
Hit the Ground Running â€" The GTA Experience

fate24 Technology, Inquiry, and Anything Goes! New Approaches to Teaching Foundations Art History

Co-Chair: Natanya Blanck, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Co-Chair: Chris Szczesny-Adams, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design

Anthony Fontana, Bowling Green State University
Blogging for Apples
Nancy Funk, Penn State
Look at the Art, Not Me
Amy M. Mooney, Columbia College Chicago
Select, Deselect, and Project: Improving Student Performance via Image Database Technology
Meredith Rode, University of the District of Columbia
The Foundation of Foundations: Building Structures for the Future

fate25 The Accessibility of Labor: Rethinking the Pedagogy of the Digital Curriculum

Chair: Stephan Hillerbrand, University of Houston
Marlene Lipinski, Columbia College, Chicago
Facilitating Integration of Technology into the Classroom
Sal Cilella, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
A Call for Trans-media Design Education

fate26 The Graduate Teaching Assistant Experience

Chair: Cindy Hellyer Heinz, Northern Illinois University
Kjellgren Alkire, Arizona State University
Safety Nets: A Proposal to Support Graduate Teaching Assistants in Studio Arts
Christina Gregor, Northern Illinois University
Preparing to Survive the First Semester
Deborah Rockman, Kendall College of Art and Design
What's Wrong With This Picture
Caleb Taylor, Montana State University — Bozeman
The Write Approach — Galleries and Lectures as Teaching Tools

fate33 The Hybrid Course; Combining Online and Traditional Classroom Formats

Diana Budde, University of Wisconsin Colleges; Marathon County
Barbara Reinhart, University of Wisconsin Colleges; Waukesha

fate28 The Museum Assignment: Bridging Art History Research and Studio Practice

Chair: Jim Slauson, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Maureen Roberts, Ph.D., Philadelphia University
Three-Dimensional Responses to Paintings in the Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Renee Sandell, George Mason University
Unlocking the Museum: A Primary Site for Visual Literacy Research

fate29 Translating a Western Approach to Art Foundation to a Design Program in the Middle East

Charles Bleik, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts in Qatar
Donald Crow, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts in Qatar
Kathleen Ferguson-Huntington, Virginia Commonwealth University, School of the Arts in Qatar

fate30 What We Did/Did Not/Might Do

Chair: Steve Terwilliger, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
What We Did/Did Not/Might Do at UWEC
Stephen Henderson, Quinnipiac University
Building, Re-Building or Growing a Department
Eric Standley, Virginia Tech
Cohorts in Space: To Boldly Teach Where Our Curriculum Has Not Taught Before
Yonsenia White, Virginia Tech
Cohorts in Space: To Boldly Teach Where Our Curriculum Has Not Taught Before

fate31 Writing Across the Curriculum: Critical Thinking From the Start

Co-Chair: Leslie Fedorchuk, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
Where We Try to Go â€" From EN100 to the Senior Thesis
Co-Chair: Lee Ann Garrison, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Building Community Through Reading and Writing
Scott Betz, Winston-Salem State University
(F)BRIC Magazine: A Familiar Approach to Writing and Critical Thinking
Judith Harway, Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design
To See and To Say: Building Bridges Between Visual and Verbal Literacy to Foster Critical Thinking
Jim Park, Minnesota State University Moorhead
Developing Critical Thinking Skills Through the Written Analysis: Describing the Principles and Elements of Design Found in Art Work
Laura Ruby, University of Hawaii
Great Debates

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