Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Whole Foods will feature
the paintings of artist and muralist ANDEE RUDLOFF
Whole Foods Market: 4021 Hillsboro Pike in Green Hills
50% of SALES will go to the Whole Planet Foundation
The exhibit will be on display May 6th through June 30th 2009
Posted by Andee at Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Saturday, April 11, 2009
2009 National Convention. The NAEA National Convention is an annual conference providing substantive professional development services that include the advancement of knowledge in all sessions, events, and activities for the purpose of improving visual arts instruction in American schools. As such, it is the world's largest art education convention.
The five-day convention includes over 1,000 participatory workshops, panels, seminars for job-alike groups . . . research reports, discussions, exhibits, and tours . . . keynote addresses by world-acclaimed educators, artists, researchers, and scholars . . . with the opportunity to connect with your colleagues from all over the world. Each year some 140-200 exhibitor booths displaying the latest art textbooks, high-tech software, prints, slides, curriculum materials, equipment, and programs, as well as the latest studio and art history media are made available for examination and review to art educator delegates. It is a professional development opportunity to update yourself on the vista of state-of-the-art materials to advance visual art instruction in your program.
Thanks to the Tennessee Arts Commission, Andee will be attending the 2009 conference!!!
Posted by Andee at Saturday, April 11, 2009
Friday, April 03, 2009
Join the Frist Center's outreach educators in contributing to artist Mel Chin's FUNDRED project.
The FUNDRED DOLLAR BILL PROJECT is an innovative artwork made of millions of drawings. This creative collective action is intended to support OPERATION PAYDIRT, an extraordinary art/science project uniting three million children with educators, scientists, health care professionals, designers, urban planners, engineers and artists. Together they are working to make lead-polluted soil in New Orleans safe. The toxic soil currently places thousands of children at risk for severe learning disabilities and behavioral problems, including violent crime.
The FUNDRED DOLLAR BILL PROJECT is raising local and national awareness of the hidden problems of lead pollution in New Orleans through the production of "FUNDRED DOLLAR BILLS"--original, hand drawn interpretations of U.S. one hundred dollar bills created by school children and community members across the United States.
The FUNDRED template and lesson plans are available for download at:
The Frist Center will be collecting FUNDRED dollars. Come by, as a group, and drop them off in the Frist Center FUNDRED vault. Questions? Please contact Andee Rudloff at 615.744.3351
The Frist Center is located at: 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Posted by Andee at Friday, April 03, 2009