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  • 1. Creative Force Triptych A Competitive Scholarship Program From IAE Phase 1 Stakeholder Presentation1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 2. Overview• Vision statement• What is Creative Force Triptych?• The Creative Force Triptych Steering Committee• What are the 4 Cs?• What are the framing questions?• Creative Force Triptych – Phase 1• Who is eligible?• What are the competition rules?• How will the competition be judged?1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 3. Overview (continued)• What are the measureable outcomes?• What is the proposed budget?• The stakeholders• Recap1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 4. Vision Statement Design and implement a fine arts scholarship program template that involves business/industry, community and education and that exemplifies innovation via real world application of the 4 Cs as defined by Partnership for 21st Century Skills. This program will showcase Tyler Junior College as it is replicated nationwide.1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 5. Creative Force Triptych• Groundbreaking competitive scholarship program• Designed to provide liberal arts students with a real- world application of the 4 Cs from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills• Phase 1 open to all students interested in music composition and performance• 3-phase rollout open to students in several fine arts disciplines• CFT Steering Committee will provide program leadership and oversight1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 6. CFT Steering Committee• Christopher D. Stewart - Professor/Dept. Chair, Art, TJC• Larry W. Marta - Professor/Dept. Chair, Dept. Music, TJC• Thomas H. Mench III - Director, Band/Professor, Applied Music, TJC• Lara K. Smith - Professor, Speech/Division Director, Behavioral Science/H&K/Social Science/Speech, TJC• Jacque Shackelford - Professor, Theater, Ret., TJC• D. Mitch Andrews - Executive Director, Advancement and Alumni Engagement, TJC Foundation• Al Ippolito - Director, IAE; Professor Speech Communication, TJC• Don Bristow – Board member, IAE; Owner, Lightray Photoimagery1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 7. Partnership for 21st Century Skills• National organization that advocates for 21st century readiness for every student• P21 and its members provide tools and resources to help the U.S. education system keep up by fusing the 3Rs and 4Cs• P21 advocates for local, state and federal policies that support this approach for every school1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 8. The 4Cs From Partnership for 21st Century Skills• Communication• Critical Thinking (and problem solving)• Collaboration• Creativity (innovation)1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 9. Communication• Listen for meaning, including knowledge, values, attitudes and intentions• Inform, instruct, motivate and persuade• Appropriate used of multiple communication technologies• Communicate effectively in diverse environments1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 10. Collaboration• Work effectively and respectfully with others• Share information• Be willing to negotiate and compromise to accomplish a common goal• Share responsibility and accountability for collaborative work• Value individual contributions made by each team member1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 11. Critical Thinking• Analyze evidence, arguments, claims, beliefs, ideas and points of view• Use deductive, inductive and abductive reasoning as appropriate• Ask pertinent questions• Synthesize and evaluate information• Make judgments and decisions• Solve problems in both conventional and innovative ways1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 12. Creativity• Utilize idea creation techniques• Incorporate dreams, visions & ideas• Entertain new and diverse perspectives• Realize practical limitations• Understand that creativity is an iterative process that consists of successes and failures1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 13. Framing Questions• How can visual art and music synergize one another?• How can visual artists and musicians collaborate?• What challenges occur in a collaborative project?• How do you know when a successful result has been achieved?• What is innovation?• Does practicing the 4 Cs spur innovation?1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 14. Creative Force Triptych – Phase 1• Students will compose a piece of music in 3 parts inspired by a triptych (a work of visual art consisting of 3 panels)• Students will compete in teams of 3• Triptych will be made available to competitors• Winning team will perform their music composition during an unveiling ceremony for the triptych1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 15. Creative Force Triptych – Panel 11/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 16. Creative Force Triptych – Panel 21/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 17. Creative Force Triptych – Panel 31/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 18. Creative Force Triptych1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 19. Guest Artist – Don Bristow• Owner Lightray Photoimagery, Bullard TX• Synthesizes advances in imaging technology with passion for photography and mathematics• Creates large-scale mathematical renderings that enhance home, school and business environments• 10 solo and 21 group exhibitions in Dallas, Arlington, Fort Worth, Marble Falls, Tyler and Sacramento• U.S. Navy veteran, former math teacher, 20 years in the software industry, 9 years professional photographer and website designer1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 20. CFT – Phase 1 (continued)• Each winning team member will receive a $1,000 scholarship• IAE will coach teams in the application of the 4 Cs to the project• Visual artist will be available to answer questions and provide feedback• Guest professional composer will provide ideas and inspiration1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 21. Guest Composer - Aaron Alfred Lee• Degree in Music Composition from College of Music at the University of North Texas• Began studies of music at age of 8• Won a National Keyboard Competition in Malaysia at age of 11• Many commissioned works performed by renowned orchestras and musicians• Travels the world as composer, music arranger, music consultant and performer1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 22. Student Benefits• Create a musical interpretation of a visual art piece• Apply the 4 Cs to a real-world application• Participate in a small team competing for a shared goal• Meet and be inspired by an innovative local artist• Meet and be inspired by an innovative world-class composer• Understand the keys to innovation1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 23. Winning Team Added Benefits• Share $3,000 scholarship• Be recognized for winning a unique competitive scholarship• Be honored during unveiling ceremony• Perform composition during unveiling ceremony• Benefit from media coverage1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 24. Eligibility• Registered Fall 2012 TJC students• Carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours• Willing to compete as part of a 3-person team• Willing to actively participate in the program1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 25. Team Placement• Applicants will compete in teams of 3• 3 applicants can apply as a team• Applicants applying individually will be placed by lottery on a team• Teams must remain intact throughout competition to remain eligible for scholarships1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 26. Competition Rules• Applications must be submitted by (TBA)• Applicants will receive instruction in the 4 Cs• Attendance and participation in orientation, 4 Cs instruction and motivational event is mandatory• Teams will demonstrate the use of the 4 Cs at various points during the creative process• Teams must work independently from one another1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 27. Competition Rules (continued)• Competitors will interpret through music a provided work of visual art consisting of 3 panels (triptych)• Music compositions should consist of 3 parts, each 1 minute or longer• Each of the 3 parts of music must describe a different panel of the triptych• Compositions should have sufficient unity to describe the entire triptych as a whole• Consider characteristics of complexity, geometry, vibrancy, power, dimension and scale1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 28. Competition Rules• Any type of music or instrumentation can be used• Performance of the music must be feasible both for judging and during the unveiling ceremony• Additional musicians can be utilized for the musical performance1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 29. Judging Criteria• The 4 Cs – Has the team demonstrated knowledge and use of the 4 Cs throughout the process?• Musical Interpretation - How effectively does the composition interpret each panel of the triptych and the triptych as a whole? Are characteristics of complexity, geometry, vibrancy, power, dimension and scale present?• Music Performance – Does the performance synergize the unveiling ceremony? Does it meet the client’s expectations?1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 30. Important Dates• Fall Semester Orientation – November 9, 2012• Meet the guest composer – November 9, 2012• Meet the guest artist – November 9, 2012• New Deadline for applications – January 25, 2013• Spring Kickoff – January 25, 2013• Judging – TBA (April/May, 2013)• Unveiling ceremony – TBA (April/May, 2013)1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 31. How to Apply• Complete the online application at tjc.edu or iaetx.com/cft• Team applicants must choose a unique team name and indicate that team name on their individual applications1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 32. Measureable Outcomes• Pre and post testing of participants• Student participation• Student attrition• Adherence to budget• Stakeholder participation (funding)• Unveiling ceremony attendance• Media coverage1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 33. Estimated Budget - Income• Sale of artwork $7,500• Local corporate sponsors $3,000• Private donations $1,500• TJC Foundation $3,0001/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 34. Estimated Budget - Expenses• 3 Student Scholarships $3,000• Guest professional composer/musician $1,500• IAE instruction & guidance $1,500• Unveiling ceremony (venue rental, refreshments) $1,000• Promotional expenses $500• Program catalyst (Creative Force Triptych, 132”(w) x 48”(h) on Aluminum from ChaoticaTM Series by Don Bristow) $7,5001/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 35. The Stakeholders• Interested in programs that help prepare students for the 21st century global job market• Recognize that communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity are keys to innovation• Understand the value of real world applications of educational concepts to prepare students for the real world• Willing to invest in a unique competitive scholarship program that will challenge small teams of students to be innovative1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 36. The Stakeholders (continued)• Tyler Junior College• TJC Foundation• Tyler Museum of Art• Innovation Advancing Education1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 37. Tyler Junior College• Established 1945• One of the largest community colleges in Texas• Enrollment of more than 12,000 credit students each year with an additional 20,000 continuing education enrollments annually• Associate in Arts, Associate in Applied Science and Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees• Tech prep and certificate programs• Participant in Achieving the Dream national program1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 38. TJC Foundation• Incorporated 1965 as a separate 501(c)(3) support organization for TJC• Enhances the overall reputation of TJC• Provides external resources to fund college priorities• Creates opportunities for the college to build partnerships with alumni, friends, donors, corporations and foundations1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 39. Tyler Museum of Art• Opened in 1971• Educational and cultural center• Enriches the lives of East Texas citizens and visitors• Collects, preserves, studies, exhibits, interprets and celebrates the visual arts1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 40. IAE• Tyler based education consulting company• Preparing students to compete in the global economy• Local innovators from business, education and industry• Utilizing the 4 Cs from Partnership for 21st Century Skills1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 41. Recap• Creative Force Triptych (CFT) competitive scholarship program• The 4 Cs and Partnership for the 21st Century Skills• Framing questions• Measureable outcomes• How can I participate?1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.
  • 42. Thank You! This presentation and more information is available at: iaetx.com/cft1/21/2013 Copyright 2012 Innovation Advancing Education. All Rights Reserved. Do Not Copy.