Saturday, February 9, 2019

Upcoming Spring Regional Events

KAEA regions periodically host "drive in" events open to any art teachers. Check out your Regions' Events and all of those around the state. 
Click here for a list of Regional coordinators.

*Membership is not required to attend a Drive In, though we would love to have you!  Click HERE for membership information and HERE to join!

North East Kansas

Come out for some en plein air sketching of the garden, city streets, people or nature. Grab yourself a cup of coffee from one of the local coffee shops then meet at the garden at 10:00 to sketch. Bring your own sketchbook and supplies. We will sketch for an hour or so then get back together to share our sketches and talk about ways to use en plein air in the classroom. Please RSVP to Theresa at

Kansas City Area

4:30-5:30 Teacher workshop – Transitions in Art. LIMITED SPACE click here to register. Join Karen Gerety Folk, Curator of Education, and learn about Monarchs: Brown and Native Artists in the Path of the Butterfly in our 1st floor galleries and create an autobiographical watercolor album cover. Free catalogue for the exhibition for all teachers who attend.
5:30-5:45 Continue working in the classroom, we will expand to our drop-in art studio activity from 
5:45-6:45 p.m. All ages welcome!
6:00-7PM Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments in the Museum Atrium, cash bar.
7:00-8PM Lectures in Hudson Auditorium by exhibiting artists.

Questions? Contact Karen Gerety Folk, 913-469-8500 ext.

North Central

Batik Workshop.
Saturday, March 9 Beginning at 10 am
Republic County High School  2405 P Street, Belleville, KS
Career Tech Building – building is in back near football field
Fee:  $20.00
Spend the day with instructor Tranda Strnad in her classroom. Participants will create an original batik from an image they bring with them. The waxing and dyeing process will be explored as well as methods for enhancing the image.

Please RSVP to Tranda at

North West

Aluminum Cast Tiles Workshop
Friday, February 15
1:00 PM until pouring is complete
Wheatland High School--Behind the shop  2920 K-23 Grainfield
RSVP to Ronna Schultz Instructor

Presented by Tobias Flores, Associate Professor of Sculpture at Fort Hays State University and students. There is no fee.

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