Positive Space: Conversation In Art Foundations

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Synopsis

Positive Space is a podcast providing opportunities for those passionate about art foundations to discuss and promote excellence in the development and teaching of college level foundations in art studio and art history classes.

Episodes

  • Colby Jennings

    Colby Jennings

    08/11/2017 Duration: 54min

    Colby Jennings, Assistant Professor of Art at Missouri State University, discusses time based media, digital tools, the value of international/study abroad programs & practical strategies for encouraging students to move past fear when making art.

  • Episode 18: Heather Szatmary

    Episode 18: Heather Szatmary

    25/10/2017 Duration: 44min

    Exploring practical tips on how she uses humor as a tool for creative thinking in the classroom, Heather Szatmary, Professor of Foundation Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design, explains why being comfortable with yourself as an instructor can benefit your curriculum development. We discuss current trends in foundations, projects she is excited about and what she has learned from twenty years of teaching.

  • Episode 17: Chung-Fan Chang

    Episode 17: Chung-Fan Chang

    11/10/2017 Duration: 32min

    Chung-Fan Chang, Assistant Professor of Art at Stockton University, reflects on her art education in Taiwan, the impact of verbal and non verbal communication in critiques with international students/faculty and shares projects she has developed that are informed by mark making, calligraphy and Chinese characters to encourage students to explore the elements and principles of design.

  • Episode 16: Thomas Albrecht

    Episode 16: Thomas Albrecht

    27/09/2017 Duration: 52min

    An honest conversation about staying curious with Thomas Albrecht, Assistant Dean in the School of Fine and Performing Arts, and Associate Professor in the Art Department, at the State University of New York at New Paltz. We discuss teaching as a choice & the urgency for real conversations & truthful introspection both in an art foundations classroom & beyond.

  • Episode 15: Allison Yasukawa

    Episode 15: Allison Yasukawa

    13/09/2017 Duration: 59min

    A dynamic conversation about inclusion, diversity and otherness with Allison Yasukawa, faculty, School of Critical Studies, California Institute of the Arts. We discuss practical tips for approaching foundations pedagogy with an eye towards embracing risk taking & building a safe learning environment for all students.

  • Episode 14: Amy Reidel

    Episode 14: Amy Reidel

    09/08/2017 Duration: 39min

    Amy Reidel, faculty member at both St. Louis Community College and Saint Louis University & FATE Shout Out Award Winner, discusses happiness, community engagement, privilege & practical tips for projects that encourage critical thinking.

  • Episode 13: Victoria Hoyt

    Episode 13: Victoria Hoyt

    12/07/2017 Duration: 37min

    Victoria Hoyt, Instructor at Metropolitan Community College & FATE Shout Out Award Winner, discusses practical take aways from the FATE conference, strategies for encouraging the habit of observation, self reflection, the value of mid-term evaluations & responding to a wide range of diverse backgrounds in the community college classroom.

  • Episode 12: Scott Betz

    Episode 12: Scott Betz

    14/06/2017 Duration: 32min

    FATE Leadership Award Winner, Scott Betz discusses mentorship, creativity and how teaching informs his ability to lead people both inside and outside of the classroom.

  • Episode 11: Rae Goodwin

    Episode 11: Rae Goodwin

    10/05/2017 Duration: 38min

    Episode 11: FATE Educator Award Winner, Rae Goodwin discusses "Failing Forward" in her own work and how that influences her teaching and interactions with students in the classroom.

  • Episode 10: Michelle Illuminato and Ralph Pugay

    Episode 10: Michelle Illuminato and Ralph Pugay

    26/04/2017 Duration: 01h53s

    FATE Educator Award Winner, M. Michelle Illuminato & FATE Shout Out Award Winner, Ralph Pugay discuss rebuilding foundations at Portland State University, community engagement, creating welcoming learning environments & how to encourage students to be present in the creative process.

  • Episode 9: Enrique Martinez Celaya

    Episode 9: Enrique Martinez Celaya

    12/04/2017 Duration: 30min

    While in Kanas City for FATE’s 16th Biennial Conference, we had the chance to have a thoughtful discussion about the ongoing choice to live a creative life & the artistic process with Enrique Martinez Celaya, artist, author and FATE’s 2017 keynote speaker. The conversation wanders & explores what it means to be authentic, have artistic success & find happiness in the studio, providing a unique relaxed point of view from this accomplished artist.

  • Episode 8:Alexandra Robinson and Caleb Taylor

    Episode 8:Alexandra Robinson and Caleb Taylor

    29/03/2017 Duration: 51min

    Get excited about the upcoming FATE Conference in Kansas City, as we discuss unique programming components, art venues, bars, bbq and all things KC culture with Caleb Taylor, Associate Chair of the Foundations Department at KCAI & the Co-VP for FATE’s 16th Biennial Conference and Alexandra Robinson, Foundations Coordinator & Gallery Director at St. Edward’s University, who happily claims Kansas City as her hometown. We reveal information about the Positive Space "Screen Scream Jamboree" events at the conference, where you can meet the podcast team, pitch us your ideas, add your voice to the podcast during our exclusive FATE conference interviews & make your own screen printed T-shirt with our fabulous podcast logo, or screen directly on the conference tote bag! This episode is jam packed with tips for making your conference experience a memorable one!

  • Episode 7: Stacy Isenbarger

    Episode 7: Stacy Isenbarger

    08/03/2017 Duration: 49min

    Episode 7: We discuss empowerment, mentorship, writing prompts & how to encourage people to play to their strengths, and all things foundations, with FATE President, Stacy Isenbarger, Assistant Professor of Art & Design, Foundations Coordinator at the University of Idaho.

  • Episode 6: Jessica Burke and Emily Sullivan Smith

    Episode 6: Jessica Burke and Emily Sullivan Smith

    08/02/2017 Duration: 01h01min

    Jessica Burke (JB), Georgia Southern University and Emily Sullivan Smith, University of Dayton thoughtfully discuss the role of a Foundations Coordinator, balancing administrative roles with teaching and the pros/cons of a unified foundations curriculum.

  • Episode 5: Thoughts on Positive Space

    Episode 5: Thoughts on Positive Space

    11/01/2017 Duration: 14min

    Thoughts on Positive Space. Last October, we had the opportunity to attend the SECAC conference in Virginia as well as the Mid-America College Art Association conference in Ohio and asked participants at the FATE affiliate sessions to consider what positive space means to them. Special thanks to Lily Kounen and Guen Montgomery for inviting us to gather these thoughtful reflections on positive space.

  • Episode 4: Carrie Fonder  Jason Swift

    Episode 4: Carrie Fonder & Jason Swift

    14/12/2016 Duration: 57min

    Carrie Fonder, University of West Florida and Jason Swift, Plymouth State University discuss a multi disciplinary approach to foundations including community engagement, assessing studio projects & art appreciation activities. They also cover time at Vermont Studios, and arm wrestling. In this episode we will also announce the FATE Shout Out award nominees and the three winners!!!

  • Episode 3: Jenna Frye and Ellen Mueller

    Episode 3: Jenna Frye and Ellen Mueller

    09/11/2016 Duration: 48min

    Art professors Jenna Frye and Ellen Mueller have a lively discussion about teaching foundations courses, time management skills and Janet Jackson.

  • Episode 2: Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt (part 2)

    Episode 2: Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt (part 2)

    14/10/2016 Duration: 44min

    Art professors Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt have a lively discussion about teaching studio courses online, assessment and the possibilities of utilizing Pokemon in foundations projects.

  • Episode 2: Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt (Part 1)

    Episode 2: Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt (Part 1)

    12/10/2016 Duration: 54min

    Art professors Chris Ireland and Peter Reichardt have a lively discussion about teaching studio courses online, assessment and the possibilities of utilizing Pokemon in foundations projects.

  • Episode One: Mary Stewart

    Episode One: Mary Stewart

    01/09/2016 Duration: 54min

    Professor and author of "Launching the Imagination" discusses how she came to teach foundations, her teaching strategies and approach to teaching students with little background in art.

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