September 20-22

arwae2019@ismanila

Design by: Alexis Kristen Lacsamana / Grade 9 / Graphic Design and Animation

WORKSHOPS & PRESENTERS

Friday 20/09/19

Excursions inspired by Manila

The following is a preview of the excursions on offer, designed to give you a glimpse of the chaos, beauty and surprises that is the Philippine capital.

Choose one embrace the opportunity... and make sure you all bring an umbrella!


Intramuros Photography Excursion *

Presented by Brandon Hoover and Valentina Kranjec

Wander around cobbled streets of the oldest district in Manila, Intramuros. Walk with Brandon and Valentina as they take you through the historic centre and it’s many sights including Fort Santiago and the Baluarte de San Diego. Bring good walking shoes and an umbrella!

*Please Note This tour requires an earlier starting time of 9:15, so you will need leave as soon as you are registered at ISM.


Pinto Gallery Excursion

Presented by Katie Grauke and Chie Purugganan

Escape from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila and join Katie and Chie on a tour of the Pinto Art Gallery. This Santorini inspired museum located in the heart of Antipolo City, exhibits a combination of contemporary Filipino Paintings, native arts, and sculptures that come set in serene tropical gardens and whitewashed, Mediterranean-style villas.


BGC Mural Photography Excursion

Presented by Dennis Respecki and Nikki Hume

Follow Dennis and Nikki as they guide you through the streets of Bonifacio Global City (BGC) revealing the many large and small murals. Unlike many cities in Metro Manila, which are covered with billboards, the BGC is covered in art. Bring good walking shoes and an umbrella!


Gallery Hopping in a Jeepney

Presented by Carmel Lim Torres and Gari Carreon

Join local artists Carmel and Gari on a gallery hopping tour of the Philippines version of Wall Street, Makati. Hidden amongst the skyscrapers and glass buildings are galleries where the city's artists come together to let their talents flourish. You will also experience traveling in an iconic Jeepney, ubiquitous in the Philippines. Known for their kitsch decorations they have become a wide spread symbol of Philippine culture and art.


Art Deco Walk *

Presented by the Old Manila Walks Group

Established in 1611, the University of Santo Tomas (UST) is the oldest extant institution of higher learning in the Philippines. Our walk will take us the school’s famous landmarks - declared National Cultural Treasures - starting with the Arch of the Centuries, the Benavides Monument , the U.S.T. Main Building and the Central Seminary. We will also visit University Museum of Arts and Sciences (1871) with its eclectic collection of paintings, natural specimens, colonial objets d’arts and historical memorabilia. In the afternoon, we head off to visit the fascinating Chinese Cemetery- with its unique tombs and grand mausoleums- a veritable city of the dead!

*Please Note This tour requires an earlier starting time of 9:15, so you will need leave as soon as you are registered at ISM.

Saturday 21/09/19

Workshops inspired by You!

Today will be dedicated to a wide variety of 50 minute and 90 minute workshops developed by Art educators, for Art educators. Whether they are centred around pedagogy or studio practice there is something here for everyone.

Get in quick though as spaces are limited! Once the Sched. app has been published these sessions will fill quickly!


Choose: 1 of the 50 minute morning sessions plus

1 of the 90 minute morning sessions plus

1 of the 90 minute afternoon sessions and

1 of the 50 minute afternoon sessions.


50 Minute Morning Sessions


The IB Process Portfolio

Presented by Nomer Adona

(Saturday Morning, 50 Minutes)

This discussion and presentation unpacks the assessment criteria and mark band descriptors of the process portfolio. In this presentation you will have an understanding how IB Visual art examiners mark our students.

The presenter will share his experience of being an examiner and team leader.


3D Artistry and Animation using Blender

Presented by Emma Chaplin

(Saturday Morning, 50 Minutes)

Learn to create 3D models to print or animate using this freeware program.


Exploring and Pushing the Boundaries of Paint Mediums

Presented by Claire Lau

(Saturday Morning, 50 Minutes)

This workshop is exploring how we can modify the thickness/ texture/ transparency of acrylic and watercolour paint using generic materials, and materials found in the home!


Photography Mix Media

Presented by Paula Pasanen

(Saturday Morning, 50 Minutes)

Transfers and other mix media ideas (to share). Participants are asked to bring one colour and one black and white image (Photocopy quality is the best for the activities). Images from the Intramuros Photography Excursion would be ideal, alternatively, please bring a minimum of two A5 size prints of your own (Photocopy quality) .


It's All Fun and Games; Art History and Theory

Presented by Emily Hill

(Saturday Morning 50 Minutes)

Art History and Theory is a backbone to curriculums as well as important skills for students of all ages. It has become increasingly challenging to engage students in this aspect of Visual Arts. This workshop aims to introduce teachers practically to a range of games and short activities that educate students on history as well as theory. These include quick-fire challenges, card games and activities that can be applied in the classroom.


90 Minute Morning Sessions


Charcoal Drawing

Presented by Dennis Respecki

(Saturday Morning 90 Minutes)

This workshop is designed for any art teacher with an emphasis on the secondary classroom. It will cover the basic fundamentals that all artists must understand in order to create in charcoal. I will share my experiences with charcoal in the middle and high school setting. This course is for all levels, beginning to advanced, and it will cover topics such as still life, composition, values, relationships, measurement, perspective, mechanics, design and techniques.

Sit back, relax and let's draw!


Can You Resist Batik?

Presented by Valentina Kranjec

(Saturday Morning 90 Minutes)

The traditional Indonesian technique of Batik will give you a chance to slow down as you explore the properties of wax applied on cloth. Tracing the design by applying liquid hot wax will ask for patience and perseverance. Your piece will come to life when you paint the uncovered areas with bright, watery textile dye, revealing white outlines previously made with wax. This technique is adaptable for students in grades 5 to 12 and will challenge them to embrace the unpredictability of designing with wax.


Portable Art Studio: How to maintain your artistic practice.

Presented by Jeremy Sawyer

(Saturday Morning 90 Minutes)

Through my years as a teacher I have met many teachers who have lost touch with their own artistic practice. This workshop will demonstrate how I maintain my own practice despite being a full time teacher, parent, spouse... and hopefully encourage you to keep up with yours. Participants will make an artwork of their own using portable art materials including; paper, acrylic, marker, and embroidery.


Pastel Painting and Animation. "Tradigital" Art.

Presented by Rebecca Jardin

(Saturday Morning 90 Minutes)

Participants will have an opportunity to create their own pastel painting, which will be turned into an animation using layering in DoInk Animation, GreenScreen, Keynote and iMovie. iPads will be provided, but it is recommended to bring your own. Student art will also be provided for those who want to use the whole session purely for animation. This workshop is for all levels and all divisions it will be hands on and self-paced.


An Artisan and a Designer are sitting at a bar…

Presented by Daryl Bates

(Saturday Morning 90 Minutes)

This workshop aims to experiment with three different decorative surface techniques on ceramic forms: underglaze transfers, underglaze drawing and painting, plus relief modelling. The proverbial 'form over function vs. function over form' will be highlighted, as we discuss the intersection of craft and design. Participants will have opportunity to practice the three techniques, then take home their work from mid-morning, Sunday. Materials, including ceramic forms, are provided.

This workshop is appropriate for Upper ES to HS. Max. 15 participants.

(Options for taking home work: Participants may pick up their work Sunday, have a colleague pick up their work Sunday, or arrange for shipping of their work. No work will be shipped by ARWAE or ISM)


90 Minute Afternoon Sessions


Hey, I know... Let's Make a Puppet Show!

Presented by Nikki Hume

(Saturday Afternoon 90 Minutes)

Is your recycle bin full?

Ever wondered what you could do with all those bottle caps, yogurt cups, and paper tubes? Join us in exploring with puppetry and using beautiful recycled "stuff" as art material!

In this workshop, the presenter will begin by sharing a narrative of using children's interest and an inquiry approach to create a collaborative puppet show during studio time! Mixing techniques and traditional art material with recyclables, we will get hands-on to create our very own puppets. Together we will create a fun, Filipino puppet show!


Brain, Global warming and Creativity....why in Art?

Presented by Martin Moratillo

(Saturday Afternoon 90 Minutes)

This workshop will explore why Art Education must pay close attention to neuroscience, climate change, and creativity. It also explores why Art Education must lead the way in developing creative and responsible XXI century citizens.

Using and combining different recycled materials and integrating a variety of artistic techniques, teachers will be encouraged to identify creative solutions for current issues. By focusing on the creative process and critical thought, teachers will also be asked to develop ideas which could be applied to other subjects.


Art Can't Save the World...or can it ?

Presented by Brian Reverman.

(Saturday Afternoon 90 Minutes)

Building global competence in students is an imperative in most international schools. Using creativity to solve real-world problems motivates the current emphasis on design thinking in contemporary pedagogy. Art has a history of addressing social, political, and cultural issues as well, but can these efforts go beyond raising awareness and lead to action that affects real change?

In this workshop, I’ll present one approach to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development strands for global competence and look at how these can be utilized in an art program or individual project. Teachers will have the opportunity to engage in discussion on what this might mean for an art curriculum and share ideas for building global competence in their art classrooms.


Steampunk Sculpture

Presented by Kelly McFadzen.

(Saturday Afternoon 90 Minutes)

This hands-on workshop will give teachers a brief intro into Steampunk and will give the the opportunity to create their Steampunk relief sculpture. These sculptures will use a variety of materials including squares of foam core and odds and ends such as popsicle sticks, wire, buttons, etc.


Teacher Well Being and Importance of Self-Care Through Art Therapy and Expressive Art Therapy Processes

Presented by Rachel Elizabeth Szewczuk and Katie Flowers.

(Saturday Afternoon 90 Minutes)

The objective of this workshop is to share and help incorporate art therapeutic practice into the everyday lives of teachers. Katie and I will share various activities and strategies for self-care practice through the accessibility of “art as therapy”.

This workshop will introduce key points on creating healthy boundaries, work-life balance, importance of mental health wellness, creating a self-care plan, and the use of Mandalas, Music and Movement with Intuitive art making, and Mindfulness Art Therapy practices.


50 Minute Afternoon Sessions


Empowering our Artists through the Sustainable Development Goals

Presented by Vicki Wilson-Jiwatram and Emma Hamilton

(Saturday Afternoon 50 Minutes)

In this discussion/ forum- based workshop, we would like to share with you some of the ways in which the UNIS Hanoi Elementary School Visual Arts team have embraced the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within our art program.

Using photographs of different projects and events, as well as sharing some of the resources we have used, we aim to share how we have brought the Global Goals (SDGs) alive for our students, using the power of art.

We would love to hear from you too. Feel free to bring and share your ideas or projects of how you have included the SDGs or sustainability within your art program


INSTA-ntly Ignite Your Department's Visibility

Presented by Ann Hefte

(Saturday Afternoon 50 Minutes)

Let’s see how Instagram might ignite your department’s by:

- Creating new audiences for your students’ work around the world.

- Getting you the supplies you need for that next big project.

- Connecting you to local experts and artists.

- Teaching students how to create a positive digital footprint.

- Supporting your service learning work.

- Finally being able to reach your students’ parents.

In this workshop, you’ll see you can mobilize this social media app to create a truly collaborative art vibe in your community. We’ll share examples, generate new ideas, discuss GDPR agreements, and even have time to set up and network accounts with one another. Just load the app and bring your phone so that you can getting started today.


Collaborative Art Installation Addressing Wellbeing

Presented by Adele Turner

(Saturday Afternoon 50 Minutes)

Have you used Art as the vehicle for school wide wellbeing activity before? If not, come along and participate in a hand-on activity which can be used across all year levels to encourage reflective thinking through a simple, cathartic process.

Inspired by viewing the work of contemporary Japanese-Australian artist Hiromi Tango, this activity was successfully run in a school of 850 students and approx. 50 staff in Australia, culminating in a large installation piece.


Successful Visits from Visiting Artists

Presented by Jenny Eveland & Karla Stauffer

(Saturday Afternoon 50 Minutes)

Each year we are lucky enough to fund a practicing artist to come to ISB. While at school, they use a studio space, lead a workshop for teachers, work with students ages 3 to 18, create projects synthesizing their artwork with the National Core Arts Standards, as well as construct a collaborative installation.


Artrepreneurs- You got Game?

Presented by Alysia Asp

(Saturday Afternoon 50 Minutes)

Using ideas from entrepreneurship and visual arts, learn ways students (and you) can become Artrepreneurs! Learn how middle school students in 6th grade become game designers and how 8th graders have formed design teams to create unique one-of-a-kind custom ceramic artworks for real clients. Discuss ways to incorporate these real world techniques into a unit of your own and start designing your own Artrepreneurial "corporation" and artwork!



Sunday 22/09/19

Artists in Residence

Embrace the opportunity to meet local artists as they share their practices and methodologies.


The Beauty in Soft and Oil Pastels

Presented by Maryrose Gisbert Domingo

(3 Hours)

One of the most vibrant medium an artist can use as well as a very therapeutic approach in art are Soft and Oil Pastels. You will learn new techniques in this medium and experience on-the-spot sketching using still- life models with both Oil and Soft Pastels. The workshop will inspire you to experiment further with your techniques, using this medium on various materials.

Come and join us and experience different methods in the world of Soft and Oil Pastels.

Workshop duration: Three (3) hours per program

One and a half (1 ½) hour Oil Pastel

One and a half (1 ½) hour Soft Pastel


The Journey

Presented by Manuel L. Librodo Jr.

(3 Hours)

Manuel L. Librodo JR. formerly a teacher of Photography and Psychology, is now a highly decorated photographer. Specialising in travel and people, glamour and fashion photography, his popularity among photographers and photography fans is evident through more than 27 million hits in his Pbase account alone and more than 120,000 followers he has on his Facebook personal and fan pages. His images have appeared in many publications worldwide, including several cover pages for Asian Geographic and calendars for UNICEF. Join Manny as he shares his inspirational journey from educator to full time practitioner.


From Nothing to Something

Presented by Ral Arrogante

(3 Hours)

Ral Arrogante is a self-taught artist and a businessman and is presently the Head of the Society of Philippine Sculptors (SPS). He is known for his scrap metal wind-driven sculpture depicting ecological subjects. Ral is also a former officer of the Art Association of the Philippines (AAP) and he commits himself in sharing his talent and know-how with young artists and children in depressed communities. Ral uses available recycled materials such as plastic film sheets, illustration boards, corrugated cartons, copper metal sheets, soft drinks can, etc.

This session covers his introduction into mobile making and with the aid of photos and simple tools he uses to finish an artwork, he will deliver a demonstration on how he creates a piece of work.


Jumping between Disciplines

Presented by Jonathan Pisano

(3 Hours)

Working directly from nature without the aid of technology is quite rare amongst contemporary image makers. The filter, of say, a computer screen when considered can bring about important questions that can help transform a piece for the better. Consider the historical context of that particular discipline and observe how it functions optically.

Using a still found image as a starting point, attendees will be asked to isolate moments and produce a 2-dimensional sketch. The sketch will then be transformed 3 dimensionally and finally converted once more into a final finished 2D piece.

Workshop duration: 15m Introduction

30m Sketch

1h Sculpt

1h15m Final 2D piece

Easy T-Shirt Print

Presented by Chie Purugganan

(3 Hours)

In this workshop you'll be offered the opportunity to create an artwork using crayons on sandpaper. Be creative with your designs. It’s an easy way to wear an original piece done by yourself or by your students.

Once finished, the design can be transferred onto a t-shirt by heating the back of the sandpaper using an iron.

An Intro To 3D Drawing

Presented by Garizaldy Carreon

(3 Hours)

A fun, easy and exciting way on how to modify your flat drawing into a 3 dimensional image.