Location: UCF Art Gallery
How are art programs working toward taking chances and exploring new curriculum, projects, and objectives? What is successful when trying new ideas and approaches in the classroom? What are the experimental failures and how do you compensate and reassess?
Please join us for a Southeast Regional FATE Conference at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida for a symposium to share your new and developing pedagogical approaches, curriculum, and projects. This will provide the unique opportunity to hear fellow art colleagues share their experiments, successes, and failures and how they will continue to change in the future. This event is open to art faculty (studio, design, art history, digital media, etc.), administration, and graduate students (current or recent grad).
When: 5:00pm September 14 – 8:00pm September 15, 2018
Where: University of Central Florida, School of Visual Arts and Design, UCF Art Gallery, 12400 Aquarius Agora Drive, Orlando, FL 32816
Cost: Early Bird Registration: $25 (Ends on August 31) / Regular Registration: $35 (Ends on September 6) (plus small processing fee on OvationTix) This covers the reception on Friday evening, continental breakfast and lunch (with vegetarian option included) on Saturday, and snacks. Daily parking passes will be distributed at check-in. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Coordinators: Shannon Lindsey, University of Central Florida, School of Visual Arts and Design & Jessica (J.B.) Burke, Georgia Southern University, Department of Art
Call for Presentations: We are seeking a variety of presentations that may explore specific course projects, curriculum development, and/or pedagogical and programmatic approaches. Presenters from all disciplines are welcome to submit – may include: studio art, art history, and digital focuses. Presentation abstracts should be no more than 200 words in length and submitted by August 15, 2018. All submissions will be peer reviewed and presenters will be notified via email by August 30. Please email all presentation proposals to Shannon Lindsey at Shannon.Lindsey@ucf.edu with subject line “FATE Regional Conference at UCF Proposal”. All submissions will be peer reviewed and presenters will be notified via email by August 30.
FATE: To learn more about Foundations in Art: Theory and Education visit https://www.foundations-art.org
Accommodations: A block of rooms have been reserved with a special rate for the FATE Southeast Regional Conference at the Hampton Inn and Suites by Hilton – East UCF Area at $115.00 per night plus tax. Please follow this link (http://group.hamptoninn.com/FATE-Regional-Conference-at-UCF) to make reservations with the special group rate. PLEASE NOTE that must be received on or before 5:00pm on 09/07/2018 to get the discounted rate.
Getting to the UCF Art Gallery: We are located about one mile away from the Hampton Inn and Suites – we encourage driving and carpooling – but walking is an option. Daily parking passes will be distributed at check-in.
Friday, September 14th at the UCF Art Gallery
5:00-7:00 pm : Check-in and Welcome Reception at the 2018 Faculty Exhibition, Welcoming Remarks by Jeffrey Moore, Dean of the UCF College of Arts and Humanities
Saturday. September 15th at the UCF Art Gallery
9:00-9:30 am : Check-in, breakfast and socialize
9:30-9:45 am : Welcoming Remarks by Rudy McDaniel, Director of the UCF School of Visual Arts and Design
9:45am-4:30pm : Presentations (breaks and lunch included)
4:00-4:30pm : Closing Remarks by artist/educator Mary Stewart, the author of Launching the Imagination, one of the best-selling basic design textbooks in North America.
5:00pm – until : Happy Hour at Bar Louie (4100 N. ALAFAYA, SUITE 167, ORLANDO, FL)