Art Students Help Coordinate State Conference
NOV. 5, 2007--The enthusiasm and professionalism of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls students who helped coordinate the annual Wisconsin Art Education Association fall conference impressed the 275 art teachers from across the state who convened at UWRF for the "Creating Connections" conference Oct. 25-26.
Art education majors who were very involved in planning and helping at the conference included (L to R) Back: Maite Oyarbide-Sanchez, a senior art education from Madison, Wis.; advisor Lynn Jermal, UWRF professor of art education, of Hudson; Lindsey Tillman, a senior art education major from Alexandria, Minn.; Rachael Anderson, a senior art education from Wayzata, Minn.; Alethea Wesenberg, a senior art education major from Cumberland. Front: Matt McMillan, Andy Moore, a senior art education major from Stillwater, Minn.; Sara Lessard, a senior art education major from Stillwater, Minn.; Christy Nelson, a junior art education major from River Falls; Laura
Vorpahl, a senior art education major from Minneapolis. Other UWRF students who helped coordinate the conference (not pictured) included: Kathy Gaffer, a senior art education major from New Richmond; Jenny Parranto; and Nadia Junco, a sophomore art major from Hudson.
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