Breakfast & A Workshop | An AENJ Annual Event
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Middletown Arts Center, 36 Church St., Middletown, NJ
Registration will open in December.
2018 Division Award winner workshops: Christopher Boehm (Elementary), Nicole Lawlor (Middle), Jennifer Braverman (Secondary)
Breakfast & A Workshop 2019
Christopher Boehm – 2018 Elementary School Division Award
Best Practice session: SYMMETRICAL CHARCOAL RUBBINGS
Christopher graduated from Rider University with a double major in Elementary Ed and Fine Arts. He began his teaching career at Whiton Elementary School in Branchburg, NJ, where he currently teaches today. He has taught kindergarten for 4 years and first grade for 6 years; before moving into the art position in his building. This is his 6th year teaching art preschool-3rd grade position and he LOVES what he does!
Jennifer Braverman – 2018 High School Division Award
Best Practice session: “WHAT DO YOU VALUE IN VALUE: Illustrative Collages
Graduating Summa Cum Laude from The College of New Jersey, Jennifer Braverman holds a Bachelors of Arts in Art Education with a Concentration in Women in Learning and Leadership. Ms. Braverman earned her Masters in Art Education from Boston University.
Jennifer Braverman is an author and has had artwork featured throughout the east coast in solo and group shows as well as had work shown abroad. Born in Pennsylvania, Ms. Braverman currently teaches art at Maple Shade High School in New Jersey. Braverman has taught AP Studio Art, Drawing and Painting, Digital Mixed Media, Photography, Sculpture and Ceramics, Art Studio and Art Therapy. Braverman is also an adjunct at The College of New Jersey teaching in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department.
Nicole Lawlor – 2018 Middle Level Division Award
Best Practice session: DESIGNING WALLPAPER
Nicole Lawlor has been teaching grades at Markham Place in Little Silver, for the past nine years. She teaches grades 5-8 serving the entire student body of about 400 students. Nicole studied graphic design and art history at Rutgers, while there she interned at MTV, and AT&T. After graduation she worked at JCrew corporate in Manhattan. Nicole pursued at MAT from TCNJ and earned a full scholarship. Nicole began presenting annually at the AENJ conference in 2014. She has presented at the Monmouth County Superintendent’s roundtable, MC3 winter summit, Red Bank Regional High School, Howell Township Public Schools, the NAEA National Convention and Arlington Public Schools in Arlington Virginia.
B&W’s Morning Schedule
Saturday, January 20, 2019
9 AM – 12 PM
$25 NON-Members – we encourage you to bring a colleague who is not currently an AENJ member!
9-9:45 Breakfast and Networking
9:45-11:45 Workshop – Choose one of the three lessons being presented to participate in
11:45-12 Clean-Up, Raffle Prizes, Certificates and Handouts