When: Saturday, January 23 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday, January 24- 9:00a - 2:00pm
WHERE: The Vinery
1422 MacArthur Rd, Madison, WI 53714
Cost: Cost of Class: $80 (reg $100)
Glass cost- $20-40 depending on color- could get by with less cost.
Solder & Foil-$20
Additional $25 off with current WAEA Membership!
All of the joys of our 4 week class compacted into 2 days of fun! Choose from any of the patterns in our Beginning Patterns I book, add your own colors, and show off your great creation by Sunday afternoon! Students may borrow our tools for the class, but will be expected to purchase glass and supplies, such as solder and foil. This is a great opportunity for out-of-towners or for anyone who is too busy for the 4 week class. Students will be given/mailed our Beginning Patterns book.
To Sign Up Call The Vinery and Reserve a spot today!
(Limited to the first 20 WAEA Members)
Patterns from the Beginning Pattern book can emailed directly to you by contacting
Dustin Anderson - firstname.lastname@example.org
Just a friendly reminder that flag forms for the Youth Art Month Flag Contest must be postmarked by December 1st to be considered! They can be mailed to Tiffany Beltz, 1441 Redfield St, La Crosse, WI, 54601. If you have questions or would like the form emailed to you, email Tiffany at email@example.com.
Please join us in conversation Monday, November 23 7:00 - 8:00 pm CST on Twitter using #WiArtChat to talk about QUESTIONS YOUR STUDENTS MAY HAVE FOR THE ART TEACHER. PLEASE share this QUICK 2 Question Survey with your young artists so they can ALSO be part of the conversation (and invite them to be part of the 7 pm conversation too) https://goo.gl/UvXgQM
I have been teaching at Osseo-Fairchild for over 6 years and have been an art teacher for over 14 years. I am married and have 3 kids, Isaiah, Paxton and Josephine. I graduated from UW Stout in 2001 with a BS in Art Education and a Minor in Coaching Volleyball. I later received my Master’s Degree in Art Education from the University of Nebraska Kearney in the summer of 2014. I am also in charge of state judging for Visual Arts Classic, which is a high school art competition that I have been a part of for years as a coach but more involved in helping plan it for 4 years.
Teaching art for me is not a job, it is a part of my life. I love my students and I am always pushing them to do their best as I push myself to make the art department better and better every year. Please look on my website http://esuactsol.wix.com/of-mshs-art-depart to see photos of their work and worksheets, lesson plans and extra credit videos that students have access to as they look for more inspiration or help.
Lastly, I was also very excited this year to be awarded financial help ($800) through Donor’s Chose (website) to purchase 12 drawing tablets for students to use in our new class Computer Animation and Design. A big thankyou goes out to my family and parents for all of your support!
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