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Bryna Bobick

Art Education
Assistant Professor
Office: Art & Communication 112C
PH: 901/678-1472
Fax: 901/678-2735
Email: bbobick@memphis.edu


EDUCATION

Doctor of Education in Art Education, University of Georgia, Spring 2008
Dissertation title: A Study of Cooperative Art Education in Elementary Art Classrooms. Major Professor: Dr. Carole Henry

Master of Art Education, State University of West Georgia, Summer 2001

State University of West Georgia Studies Abroad - Bayeux, France, Summer 1999. Studied art history and painting in the Normandy Region of France. Traveled and viewed artwork throughout France.

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts - University of Tennessee, Summer 1998 and 2000. Studied book arts and mixed media.

B.F.A. in Art Education, University of Georgia, June 1997

University of Georgia Studies Abroad - Cortona, Italy, Summer 1995
Studied printmaking, book arts, and art history in Tuscany region of Italy. Traveled and viewed artwork throughout Italy.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Georgia Professional Teaching Certification in grades Pre K-12, Subject Area: Art


HONORS AND AWARDS

Sue Woodruff Cromartie Art Education Scholarship, 2006, 2007.

Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Graduate School, University of Georgia, February 2006.

Dr. Robert Nix Art Education Scholarship, April 2005.

Golden Apple Award for teaching, LaGrange Daily News, May 2004.

Teacher of the Year 2003-2004, Rosemont Elementary School.

Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation academic scholarship, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007.


ACTIVITIES

Graduate Student Association, representative for art education, 2004-2006

National Art Education Association

Georgia Art Education Association, board member, 2005-2007

College Art Association

Southeastern College Art Conference

Alpha Gamma Delta Alumnae Club

Volunteer for the Troup County soup kitchen

Volunteer for the Georgia Museum of Art, family daysSearch committee member for Post-Doctoral Franklin Fellowship position, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Georgia, 2006

Reviewer of educational submissions for the Building Resources: Induction and Development for Georgia Educators (BRIDGE) website.


ART EXHIBITIONS

Lyndon House Arts Center 33rd Juried Exhibition, February 2008

Georgia Art Educators Association Juried Exhibition, Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, GA; October 2007

Georgia National Fair Juried Exhibition, Perry, GA; October 2007

Georgia Art Educators Association Juried Exhibition, Turner Art Center, Valdosta, GA; October 2006

University of Georgia Graduate Student Exhibition, Myers Gallery Athens Academy, April 2006

LaGrange National XXIV Juried Exhibition, March 2006

Lyndon House Arts Center 31th Juried Exhibition, February 2006

Arnold Gallery, Shorter College November 1- December 1, 2005

Best of UGA, Juried Exhibition, March 2005

Lyndon House Arts Center 30th Juried Exhibition, February 2005

Carrollton Cultural Arts Center, June 2003

Georgia Art Educators Association Juried Exhibition, November 2002

State University of West Georgia Graduate Exhibition, June 2001

Bayeux Exhibition, Carrollton, GA; Fall 1999

Translocation Exhibition; University of Georgia, January 27, 1997

University of Georgia Chapter of National Art Education Association Exhibition; Athens, GA; May 10, 1996

University of Georgia Department of Art Print Exhibition; Athens, GA; April, 1996

Cortona Exhibition; Athens, GA; February 24, 1996

9th Annual Southern Juried Fine Arts Show; Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville, GA; November 2, 1995

Georgia National Fair; Perry, GA; October, 1995 Awarded Honorable Mention

Cortona Exhibition; Cortona, Italy; August 12, 1995

University of Georgia Department of Art Print Exhibition; Athens, GA; April 7, 1995

Vision in Hand, an exhibition for the visually-impaired; William Thompson Art Gallery; Athens, GA; April 4, 1995

8th Annual Southern Juried Fine Arts Show; Cultural Arts Council of Douglasville, GA; November 4, 1994 Awarded Honorable Mention


RELATED EMPLOYMENT

Art Education Department, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
Assistant Professor of Art Education Teacher of record for art education undergraduate and graduate classes to art education majors.

Art Education Department, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Lecturer: Art and the Child, Fall, 2004-Fall 2006. Teacher of record for art education methods course to elementary education undergraduates. Supervision of student teachers with travel to school placements and coordination of weekly seminars.

Athletic Department, University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Tutor to student-athletes for Art Appreciation and Educational Psychology Fall 2005-Summer 2008

Georgia Museum of Art August 2004-May 2005, intern education department Art Adventures, community outreach program coordinator, Summer 2008 Art Excursions, community outreach program, Summer 2005, 2006

Rosemont Elementary School, Troup County; August 1997 - May 2003 January 2004 - May 2004 Art Teacher, K - 5th grades

Mountville Elementary School, Troup County; August 2003 - December 2003 Art Teacher, K - 5th grades


PRESENTATIONS

Bobick, B. (2008). Combining Art Education and Museum Education, Southeastern College Art Association (SECAC) Conference Presentation, New Orleans, Louisiana

Bobick, B. (2008). A Successful Summer Outreach Program by Partnering with Community Organizations, National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference Presentation, New Orleans, Louisiana, Co-Presenter: Carissa DiCindio.

Bobick, B. (2007). A Collaborative Studio Art Project between an Elementary School and a College Art Department, Southeastern College Art Association (SECAC) Conference Presentation, Charleston, WV.

Bobick, B. (2007). Art Swap, Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) Conference Presentation, Augusta, GA.

Bobick, B. (2007). A Qualitative Pilot Study to Assess the Impact of a Cooperative Studio Art Project. Graduate Student Research Conference, University of Georgia.

Bobick, B. (2007). Collaborations and Connections in Art Education, National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference Presentation, New York, New York, Co-presenter: Rebecca R. Bowers.

Bobick, B. (2006). K-5th Literature and Studio Art, Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) Conference Presentation, Valdosta, GA., Co-presenter: Liz Hill.

Bobick, B. (2006). Art Education and Museums: Fostering Aesthetic Understanding in Galleries and Classrooms, Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) Conference Presentation, Valdosta, GA., Co-presenters: C. Henry, R., Rose-Bowers, C., Wolfgang, and L. Hill.

Bobick, B. (2006). Collaborative Arts Between a University and Local Elementary School. Board of Visitor, Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia, Athens, GA., Co-presenter: Rebecca Rose-Bowers.

Bobick, B. (2006). K-5th Literature and Studio Art, Southeastern College Art Conference/Mid-America College Art Association (SECAC/MACAA) Conference Presentation, Nashville, TN.

Bobick, B. (2006). K-5th Literature and Studio Art, National Art Education Association (NAEA) Conference Presentation, Chicago, IL., Co-presenter: Liz Hill.

Bobick, B. (2005). Art Education Through the Georgia Museum of Art, Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) Conference Presentation, St. Simons Island, GA., Co-presenter: Carissa DiCindio.


PUBLICATIONS

Bobick, B. & Wheeler, E. (2007). Colorful kindergarten mice. August/September, 2008 School Arts.

Bobick, B. (2007). Art Adventures. Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries Newsletter. Volume 28, Issue 3, Fall, 2007.

Bobick, B. (2007). A mural gift. Available from The Keith Haring Foundation, http://www.haringkids.com/lessons.

Bobick, B. & Rose, R. (2007). A lesson plan based on the artist Brian Jungen. Available from The Bridge, http://www.teachersbridge.org.

Bobick, B. & Hill, E. (2006). Art and Literature Lessons for K-5. Available from The Bridge, http://www.teachersbridge.org.

Bobick, B. (2005). Coming Home: American Paintings 1930-1950, From the Schoen Collection: Georgia Museum of Art, Curriculum Packet for Character Education.

Bobick, B., Bock, L., DiCindio, C., & Warner, M. (2005). Georgia Museum of Art: Selections from the Permanent Collect: A Teacher Packet, Grades K-5.

Bobick, B., Bock, L., DiCindio, C., & Warner, M. (2005). Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Georgia Museum of Art: Teacher Packet for Grades 6-8.

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