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February 2016
Improving, enhancing, and promoting arts education in Florida!
In this Issue
FAAE Summit: Arts for All!
State Teacher/Artist Residencies
Careers in the Arts Workshop Series
Arts Integration Symposia Series
FAAE Summit
Join us Oceanfront
on the Beach!
Daytona Beach June 23 – 25, 2016
The Shores Resort & Spa
Summit topics will be focused on pathways to providing arts education opportunities for ALL: all socioeconomic groups, diverse learning styles, students with disabilities, rural and underserved populations, and art
education opportunities beyond k-12 to include community arts programming and partnership possibilities.
Keynote Speakers
Jayne Ellspermann
2015 National Principal of the Year
West Port High School
John Pinckard,
TONY Award Winning Producer
University of Florida Alumni
S TAR: State Teacher/Artist Residencies
a cooperative program of FAAE &
July 11 – August 31, 2016
The State of Florida is filled with talented, dedicated artists who are also talented and dedicated,
certified full-time public school teachers. The lives of these particular people are spent trying to
balance the challenge of expressing their artistic selves while pursuing their profession as a public
school educator.
The STAR program is designed to honor and nourish the artist-educator by providing five public school
educators from Florida with the opportunity to pursue their artistic work in the inspiring environment of
the prestigious Hermitage Artist Retreat. Three-week residencies will be offered to two visual artists;
two writers (fiction/non-fiction/poetry/playwriting); and one composer from July 11 – August 31, 2016.
A Hermitage residency is a gift of time and space for artists to attend to their work. There is no
requirement to produce. It is intensely personal time for concentration AND a gathering of a
community of artists from different disciplines who share and learn. Traditionally, invited artists have
seized the opportunity and found themselves more productive than at any other time in their creative
lives. Interested educators may apply beginning January 18, 2016.
Jeff Poulin
Arts Education Coordinator
Americans for the Arts
February 2016
FAAE recently hosted three FREE Careers in the Arts workshops to inspire and guide middle and high school art
students in the pursuit of traditional and non-traditional arts careers. We are extremely thankful to our partners at Full
Sail University, Ringling College of Art + Design, and The Florida State University College of Music for their
hospitality and contributions to this successful series. Nearly 200 students participated in the 2016 workshop series.
Students heard inspiring messages from our keynote speakers: Wes Day and Kevin Connolly from Blue Man Group,
Ringling President – Dr. Larry Thompson, and Disney Imagineer – MK Haley. Students engaged in handson activities in breakout sessions related to photography, animation, sound engineering, graphic design, stop motion animation, theatre arts,
performance venue careers, journalism and arts critics, arts education, dance and choreography, video game design, music publishing,
marketing, entertainment law, storytelling, Coding and Robotics, art history, music therapy, arts management, architecture and design, and
FAAE sends sincere thanks to ALL who contributed to the success of this workshop series!
Partners & Volunteers
Florida Department of Education Cindy Ballistreri  Zadda Bazzy 
Mirald Cake  Deborah Chapman  Stacie Cratty Debbie Fahmie  Mimi
Fleck  Full Sail Student Photographers  Pam Haas  Angela Hartvigsen 
Julie Hebert  Brian Hersh  Jennifer Infinger  Steve Kelley  Charles
Kovacs  Kelli Maldanado  Gabriella Molleda  Lisa Moody  Jessica
Nagy  Mary Palmer  Stan Pelkey  Joel Pickering  Mike Reinmund 
Jekeyma Robinson  Alyson Rozier  Ringling Student Videographers 
Holly Tharp  Tammy Walsh
Jeffrey Bleitz  Ricardo Canchola  Jason Cannon  Ed Cheetham  Chalet
Comellas  Kevin Connolly  Elizabeth Counsman  Stacie Cratty  Wes
Day  Rachel Fendler  Achia Floyd  Full Sail Student Panel  Laura Gayle
Green  MK Haley  Jay Handelman  Lee Harrell  Trey Harris  Victorai
Hernandez  Kenny Howard  Jennifer Infinger  Stephen Ivany  Adam
Jolles  Caroline Kaiser  Mary Kelsay  Alex Knight  Robin Koman  Kelli
Maldonado  Martin Murphy  Kristopher Nichols  Ken Norman  Jordan
Perry  Joel Pickering  Rosaria Pipitone  Brandy Price  Gregg Prigerson
 Herman Ramos  Ringling Student Panel  Mary Roberts  Amy
Robertson  Alyson Rozier  Chris Saah  Robin Schulte  Sara Shields 
Sean Springer  Cheri Stokes  Larry Thompson  Myles Thoroughgood 
Heather Torres  Kenna Veronnee  Dan Walker  Tammy Walsh  Lauren
Weingarden  Matthew Williams  Diane Zorn
February 2016
The 2015-2016 school year marked the seventh year of the FAAE Arts
Integration Symposia Series.
The AISS provides unique
programming in differing regions of the state and targets arts teachers,
non-arts teachers, school administrators, community arts organizations,
teaching artists, and arts advocates. The AISS provides professional
development, identifies resources and best practices, disseminates
information regarding state and national policy and delivers regional
advocacy training. The goal of the AISS is to demonstrate best
practices for student learning IN and THROUGH the ARTS.
Thank you to all of our AISS Partners, Volunteers & Presenters
Brooke Adkins  Atlantic High School  Nanci Brillant  Charles Brinkerhoff  Broward County Schools  Broward Cultural Division  Mike Caldwell  Pam Coffman 
Damon Dandrige  Darius Daughtry  DeLand Museum of Art  Debbie Fahmie  Damaris Ferrer  Florida Division of Cultural Affairs  Nancy Gavrish  Darby Hayes
 Donna Haynes  Julie Hebert  Grace Kewl-Durfey  Steve Klotz  Joe Leuchauer Wendi Librach  Lovewell Institute  John Luffred  Myrna Meeroff  Mari
Mennel-Bell  Tabitha Mudra  Monty Musgrave  Nina Nackrzewski  Nova High School Students  Nova Southeastern University  Mary Palmer  Suzi Preston 
Susan Rosoff  Aimee Sangster  Seminole State College  David Spangler  Michelle Terl  Trent Tomingo  University High School Jazz Band  Volusia County
Schools  VSA Florida  Wendy Weiner  Teri Williams  Richard Wright  Pat Yok
FAAE Board
Executive Committee
 President, Daryl Ward, Ph.D.
 Vice President, Debbie
 Secretary, Jennifer Coolidge
 Treasurer, Michael
 Past-President, Enrique Puig
 Executive Committee at
Large, Doug Santini, Ph.D.
Board of Directors
Allison Ball
Michael Caldwell, Ph.D.
Jayne Ellspermann
John Gebhardt
Avery Greene
Grace Kewl-Durfey
Monty Musgrave, Ph.D.
Sibille Pritchard
Robert Radock
Pablo Remonsellez
Holly Tharpe
Donna Wissinger
Advisors and Liaisons
Nicole Crane, Ph.D.
Tenaj Davis, Ph.D.
Sherron Long
Murray Mintz
Mary Palmer, Ph.D.
Kathy Sanz, Ph.D.
Executive Director, Julie
Annual Board Retreat
The Hermitage Artist Retreat
Manasota Key
September 11-12, 2015
February 2016
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