MAEA Conferences Dates:
2019 October 17 – 18 Belgrade
2020 October 15 – 16 Great Falls
2021 October 21-22 Missoula
2019 Educator Conference
October 17 - 18, 2018
Belgrade High School 303 N. Hoffman St., Belgrade, MT 59714
Belgrade Middle School 410 Triple Crown Rd., Belgrade, MT 59714
Intermediate School 421 Spooner Rd., Belgrade, MT 59714
MAEA Only MSU School of Art, Haynes Hall
MAEA will also have a special half day institute from 8-12 Friday at MSU at the School of Art located in Haynes Hall. From 12-1 they will also be hosting a reception for MAEA in the Helen Copeland Gallery.
Our business meeting will be a breakfast session on Thursday at 8 AM at Belgrade High School. A light breakfast and coffee will be served.
Our keynote will be Thursday from 3-5 PM. We are excited to bring Anne Thulson from Denver, CO.
MAEA Lodging has been reserved at:
75 Baxter Lane
Bozeman, MT 59715
Twenty Rooms Reserved for our organization.
To plan your conference agenda please visit the MFPE session site and select the MAEA track. A drop down box will bring you all of the events sponsored by MAEA. There are a couple of sessions that still need fine tuning but we hope to have that rectified soon.
The 2019 conference committee members are Cortni Harant, GFH Great Falls; Paul Waldum; MSU Bozeman; Karolyn Williamson, BHS Belgrade; and Stacey Herries, BHS Belgrade.
2019 MAEA & NAEA Pacific Region Teacher of the Year, April Fox
2019 MAEA Higher Education Student Achievement Award, Jacob Zeimet
2019 MAEA Retired Art Educator Award, Wes Hines
Conference 2018, Billings:
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Idaho, Coeur d' Alene, Oct. 4 & 5, 2019
Wyoming, Cheyenne, Feb. 28 & 29, 2020
2019 MAEA Keynote Speaker
Contemporary Art for the Everyday Classroom
October 17th, 2019 from 3-5 PM in the BHS Auditorium
Anne Thulson am an artist and teacher, with little distinction between the two. At Metropolitan State University of Denver, she teaches art education. She also works with children at School of the Poetic City, her contemporary art camp. She makes art as a way to think slowly about the world and to exchange ideas with others. Her research includes: