Mr. Llewellyn’s piece displays one year’s work in a visual journal. Both hung in a grid on the wall and in the original form, viewers get a window to the process and thinking of this Harford County art teacher.
Mr. Nicklas, A digital media and video teacher in Baltimore County, creates a diagram of an overhead shooting rig and a reel of footage taken using the mounting device. The video features several art teachers working in their sketchbooks.
Mr. Sandagata envisions an uncertain future in the evolving merge between technology and instruction. His designed devices and cloud both bring a sense of play and doom to the “plugged in” learner.
Mr. Riddle’s works begin with drawings of objects, marks made on paper, and silhouettes of hands which are printed as cyanotypes. The prints are then playfully collaged into pieces that tell stories about making art. Mr. Riddle is an art teacher in Baltimore City.
Handmade handouts by Ms. Bancroft, an art teacher in Chicago, include portraits and biographies of artists from the past and present.
Art teachers, Alicia Gauger, Sasha Gonchoroff, Craig Llewellyn, and Brandon Nicklas display the myriad of processes, materials, and notes that fill their visual journals.
Currently chairing the MAEA Research Commission, Mr. Tellie’s works through the group reflect a synthesis between the gridded form of a rubric and his evolving abstract, expressionist style in the studio.
Bringing her work with the MAEA Research Commission to digital media and painting, Ms. Perkowski created works that interpreted assessment structures through natural forms.
Ms. Cook took a variety of studio approaches in reflecting on assessment in creating both abstract and symbolic works as well as a designed “assessment cone” meant for students to use to gauge their success.