Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Katie Seamons

My goal this semester is to create a portfolio that showcases the depth and breadth of my personal work, as well as the talents and successes of the students I have taught.  I will student teach in northern Utah (Salt Lake/Davis County) in the Spring, and then hope to get a job teaching Art at the middle school level in that same area.  I would love to be a freelance painter/ceramicist on the side, but my primary profession will be Teaching.

Work experience
     25 hours classroom teaching experience at Cedar High School
     Scera Studio: Orem, UT:
                Teacher: Preschool age class 2009
                Teacher: Summer Art Camp 2008
                Team Teacher: Summer Art Camp 2009
     Instructor: Private Art Lessons
     Customer Service positions with JoAnn's and Hancock Fabrics
     Book/Test Reader with the Student Services office of SUU, 6 semesters

     Artwork in the Permanent Collection of the Livestock Festival, Cedar City, UT
     Best of Show, Livestock Festival 2011
     Two artworks in the All State High School Show, Springville Museum of Art, UT

Exhibitions/ Professional Development:
     The Livestock Festival Art Competition
     Participant in three Art and Design department exhibits, 2010-2012
     Attendance at the National Art Education Association Convention 2012

     Associate Degree of Science, Utah Valley University
     Graduated 2009, Orem High School

     National Art Education Association
     National Art Education Student Association
     Utah Art Education Association


     National Honors Society
     Southern Utah University Honors Society

Proficiancy in:
     Adobe Illustrator
     Adobe Photoshop
     Adobe InDesign
Technical Skills:
     Drawing: Ink, Pencil
     Linolium Printing
     Screen Printing
     Oil Painting
     Watercolor Painting

Arlene Braithwaite, previously Professor of Art Education at SUU
Ian Wilson, Academic VP of UVU
pending:Susie Gonzalez, Ceramics Teacher at Cedar High School

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