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ANGELA OWENS

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MINNESOTA TEACHING LICENSE


Visual Arts Education K-12 (Expected January 2016)

EDUCATION

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

College of Education & Human Development


Masters of Education: Visual Arts (expected December 2015)

The College of Visual Arts, Saint Paul

Additional Course Work: ceramics, media arts


Bachelor of Fine Arts: Printmaking (May 2011)
Teaching Artist Program: 2010-2011

Additional Course Work: printmaking, photography, drawing, painting,


sculpture, graphic design, illustration, installation art, fiber art

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

PhotoVoice Educational Coordinator (Summer 2015)


EDIT The World, Minneapolis, MN

Student Teacher (April 7th - June 5th 2015)


Marcy Open School, Minneapolis, MN

Student Teacher (January 22nd - March 26th 2015)


Southwest High School, Minneapolis, MN

- Develping curriculum for PhotoVoice program, focusing on the culture and community of Minneapoliss North Side.
- Teaching students kindergarten through 8th grade about digital photography, while making social justice connections.
- Making connections with local artists and gallery spaces.

- Developed lessons based Minneapolis Public Schools art curriculum and utilized their I can statements daily along with
responsive classroom procedures.
- Demonstrated drawing, watercolor painting, clay hand-building, glazing, collage, portraiture, printmaking, multi-media,
some were demonstrated using a document camera and/or time-lapse videos.
- Assessed student work through their artworks, participation, and sketchbooks that included preliminary drawings, art
history facts, vocabulary, and daily drawings.
- Taught & created accommodations for ELL students & students with IEPs including a large autism group.

- Developed & instructed culturally relevant, visual art curricula for 9 th-12th grade students.
- Demonstrated drawing, traditional painting, digital painting, Photoshop, paper cutting, book
binding, printmaking, multi-media & collage.
- Conducted small group & full classroom discussions & critiques.
- Assessed student work through final projects, preliminary work in sketchbooks, written
reflections, & verbal reflections & critiques. Utilizing the Middle Years Program rubrick style.
- Gave students positive & constructive feedback & individual instruction, in order for them to
develop art making skills & conceptual ideas.
- Taught & created accommodations for ELL students & students with IEPs.

Practicum Observations (Fall 2014)


Minneapolis Public Schools

- Marcy Open School: Visual Arts, Special Education, Kindergarten


- Southwest High School: Visual Arts
- Folwell Performing Arts Magnet School: Visual Arts
- Dowling Urban Environmental School: Visual Arts, Special Education

Education Intern (Summer 2011)


Highpoint Center for Printmaking, Minneapolis, MN

- Taught students pre-K through adults multiple printmaking techniques

- Assisted in the planning of printmaking lessons & educational events.

ANGELA OWENS



AngelaOwensTeaching.weebly.com | 651.373.9867 | owens300@umn.edu

Volunteer & Teaching Artist (Spring 2011)


North High School, North Saint Paul, MN

- Observed & assisted in visual arts instruction for a total of 60 hours.


- Taught students multiple one-day lessons on different art making techniques.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Art Educators of Minnesota

National Art Education Association

REFERENCES
James Bequette

Art Education Advisor & Associate Professor


Curriculum & Instruction
UMN Twin Cities
612.625.5286
bequette@umn.edu

Cecily Spano

Visual Arts Teacher (9-12)


Southwest High School, Minneapolis
612.578.0175
cspano@mpls.k12.mn.us

Lorna Haug-Lee

Visual Arts Teacher (K-8)


Marcy Open School, Minneapolis
612.668.1020
lorna.haug-lee@mpls.k12.mn.us

Betsy Maloney

PhD Candidate & Research Asst


Curriculum & Instruction
UMN Twin Cities
612.625.5129
malo0069@umn.edu

Heather Delisle

Teaching Specialist
Curriculum & Instruction
UMN Twin Cities
deli0051@umn.edu

Ben Cooney

Executive Director
EDIT The World
612.296.7371
ben@edittheworld.org