Artist in Residence

I'm a life long learner, and found that there is a teacher in me, after all. 

 

By definition, a teaching artist is a professional artist and educator. I spend large amounts of time on my art, whether in the studio, or within community. Yet, I learn so much when I get in front of any age, sharing my skills and passion.

I teach :

  • Visual Journaling
  • Abstract painting and drawing
  • Sculpture (through industrial arts classes)
  • Media Literacy through Film 

Students learn:

  • Creative Confidence
  • Alternative learning styles
  • Collaboration
  • STEM Concepts
  • Design Thinking
  • Critical Thinking
  • Team Work
  • Attention to Detail
Aquila Elementary, 2016 ended with a group hug! How cool is that?!  

Aquila Elementary, 2016 ended with a group hug! How cool is that?!

 

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I'm proud to be one of over 100 talented artists on the COMPAS roster! To book my services, please go to www.compas.org for more information!

Contact COMPAS to schedule a residency at your school or organization! They provide insight and support that is second to none!  COMPAS has been recognized nationally as an exemplary provider of arts education programs. They offer a range of hands-on art-making programs created by their roster of 100+ practicing musicians, visual artists, performers, writers and other artists. COMPAS is an experienced innovator in the field of creative, art-filled learning for people of all ages, and has been recognized for excellence from organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts, the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, and the Minnesota Department of Education.  All COMPAS artists perform on local, national and international stages, exhibit in galleries, have works published, and are renowned in their fields; many have won awards. All artists who work with youth also have background checks, are insured, and have additional training to engage and teach kids and teens.

Contact COMPAS to schedule a residency at your school or organization! They provide insight and support that is second to none! 

COMPAS has been recognized nationally as an exemplary provider of arts education programs. They offer a range of hands-on art-making programs created by their roster of 100+ practicing musicians, visual artists, performers, writers and other artists. COMPAS is an experienced innovator in the field of creative, art-filled learning for people of all ages, and has been recognized for excellence from organizations such as the National Endowment for the Arts, the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, and the Minnesota Department of Education. 

All COMPAS artists perform on local, national and international stages, exhibit in galleries, have works published, and are renowned in their fields; many have won awards. All artists who work with youth also have background checks, are insured, and have additional training to engage and teach kids and teens.

Interdisciplinary Residencies: Art + Fabrication + Your Choice of a Core Subject

Sartell High School Interdisciplinary Collaboration, 2013

Sartell High School Interdisciplinary Collaboration, 2013

Pushing the limits by working outside silos is a wonderful way to teach kids about working together. I work with a team of qualified artists, designers and experts to bring design in both product and experience to the residency experience.

This type of residency takes time to create, but the outcomes are often amazing. A team of teachers, including Art and Fabrication (add math, science, social studies), will work together so that students see the value of collaborative practice.

For more information, contact me at 320-828-1437 or email heidi@heidijeub

 

 

 

In Partnership with the St. Cloud Film Festival, John Scott and Heidi Jeub visit schools to discuss media literacy, film and expression by using the recent works of independent film makers! This 1 hour session teaches young people how to look critically at film, yet without judgement.

After much success piloting this residency in the Freshwater School District, of rural Minnesota, this residency proved to be both a way to look at art forms and art critique in a different way. 

 

For Information and rates for this unique workshop, contact Heidi at heidi@heidijeub.com. 

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