Katherine Douglas, co-founder of Teaching for Artistic Behavior, Inc., has taught in an elementary choice-based art program for over 35 years. She is co-author of Engaging Learners through Artmaking: Choice-Based Art Education in the Classroom and other articles about choice-based art education. She has presented at national conferences and provides professional development to school districts … Read more

Julie Toole (she/her/hers), Instructor at the Elementary Level Julie is a National Board-Certified art teacher for grades 1-8 at the Baker Demonstration School in Willamette, IL, and previously taught for 20 years in the Chicago Public Schools. At the TAB Summer Institute in Boston, she leads the Diversity, Equity and Justice work that is the foundation … Read more

Clark Fralick is an Indiana veteran elementary art teacher of 28 years. He earned his art education certificate from the Herron School of Art and received his bachelor of arts in photography from Purdue University. Teaching for Artistic Behavior underscores his classroom practice and the Blocks Paper Scissors art camp. Clark has presented about TAB … Read more

Roni Rohr is a National Board-Certified K-8 art teacher in Santa Fe, NM, where she also serves as a Visual Arts Mentor. She is a designer and artist, passionate about collaboration, social justice, and advocacy within her own work and that of her students. As an educational consultant, she collaborates on professional development at New … Read more

Ian Sands has been teaching at the high school level for over 20 years in North Carolina. He is a frequent presenter on the topics of TAB and Artistic Behavior Units at NAEA conferences, and as a keynote speaker at multiple state conferences. He is a contributing editor for School Arts Magazine on the topic of choice-based … Read more

Clyde Gaw is a 34-year veteran art teacher near Indianapolis and has practiced choice-based art education for the past 12 years. He has served on the Advocacy Advisory Committee of the National Art Education Association and is the advocacy advisor for the Art Education Association of Indiana. He has presented at numerous regional and national … Read more

Alan Jennings is an animator whose work has been shown worldwide, from LA to Ottawa, Montreal, England, Lithuania, Armenia, Beijing and New Zealand. His work was included in 18 curated Animation Festivals in 2018 alone, and 35 more in the preceding 3 years. He holds an MFA in Animation from the California Institute of the … Read more

Andree Leduc is a painter and educator originally from Quebec whose work has been exhibited in Boston, MA, Providence, RI, and Ottawa, Canada. She holds an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a BFA from Concordia University, Montreal. She has taught at MassArt and at Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA.