Clay Chronicles – when dirt goes digital

I’m thrilled to be presenting again at the AENJ Conference this year! As a former AENJ Conference co-chair in 2012 and 2013, I know first hand the work that goes into planning the conference. Please be sure to thank your AENJ Leadership for all they do…(it’s more than you realize!)

“Clay Chronicles – when dirt goes digital” highlights 25+ years of experience teaching ceramics. The story is long but the take-away is short…never stop learning and figuring out how to share the work your students are creating with anyone and everyone who should (and can) see it.

Below are some images from my presentation – more student work is always being posted on Pinterest. Please email me if you have any questions. I’m happy to share!

About Karen

Karen Kiick began her teaching career in 1990 in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. Since 1996, she has taught at Haddon Township High School in Westmont, New Jersey. She is her District's K-12 Visual and Performing Arts Facilitator and currently teaches 9th through 12th grades. Karen is a five-time recipient (2005, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2017) of the New Jersey Governor’s Award for Excellence in Art Education. She is also the 2017 National Secondary Art Teacher of the Year and the 2015 NJ Art Educator of the Year.
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