2018 Tennessee Art Education Association
Professional Development State Conference
October 26 - 28, 2018
Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts
Registration includes ALL of the following:
• Reception/Party at MCA Friday night
• Featured “Amurica Trailer” Photobooth
• Vendor provided Demos and Workshops
• Breakfast and Lunch on Friday and Saturday
• Super Session Presentations
• Hands-on Workshops by World-class Presenters
• Keynote Speaker
• Artisans Market
• Access to Vendors
• Most Studio Supplies
• Swag Bags!
• Early registration: $225
• Late registration: $250
• Early registration: $310*
• Late registration: $335
Student or Retired Member:
• Early registration: $175
• Late registration: $200
NO on-site registration
*The non-member price includes the price of a TAEA Membership ($85).... So why not join NAEA/TAEA today and enjoy the many other benefits? Check out what you'll receive at Join YOUR Community! Then come back and register with your new member ID number!
If you have questions about the conference, contact Jannis Nunnally, email@example.com
**NO PURCHASE ORDERS OR PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED. WE ACCEPT Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and apple pay. **
Last day for early registration Thursday, October 5 and last day for refunds October 2nd! There will be a $50 non-refundable charge on all refunds.
This year we are offering TWo 1-day classes. For these one day classes, you must choose which day you will attend (Friday or Saturday)
When you select the correct membership under your workshop choice, it adds the registration price to the cart. There is no additional charge for workshops.
To attend the Awards Banquet, you must add it to your cart as well.
Opening Night Awards Banquet is Thursday Night at 7:00pm and costs $25
The evening will be hosted at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts.
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
This is a 2 - day workshop (Friday and Saturday)
Participants will be provided with in-depth knowledge of ceramic techniques, specifically agateware, for all levels and make curriculum connections across disciplines for a range of grade levels. The participant will create agateware, nerikomi or neriage in Japanese. This technique creates a marbled effect in clay that allows the maker to use layers of clay to create patterns or designs in blocks that can then be sliced or thrown to make vessels, plates, and many other objects. Ceramic Lesson for Beginner – Advanced.