Wednesday, February 2, 2011

NAEA Convention in Seattle

One word: Seattle.

I am so excited to be attending the NAEA Convention in Seattle next month! I have never been to Seattle and I know it is going to be a whirlwind of excitement with all that is going on.

Not only am I attending but I am extremely honored, excited and thrilled (THRILLED!) to have been asked to be a presenter. I was thinking about going and then this opportunity came up and the deal was sealed. I will give more details later like where I will be and the time and the title of the program, etc.

The best news though is that I really hope to have the chance to meet some of you there!

Who else is going and what sort of convention advice do you have for me!?

*Convention photo from


Miller Moments said...

I live in's a beautiful city! You are going to have a fabulous time. Just be ready for rainy weather. :)

Phyl said...

Wish I could go. Congrats on presenting. I've been attending my state convention most years but have never been to national.

If I went to Seattle, along with the convention, I'd look up Dan the Monster Man (that I posted about recently - the guy that makes amazing papier-mache dragons and monsters and things and lives and teaches in Seattle) and my brother, astrologer extraordinaire Rick Levine. Tell them all I said hello! ha ha.

Mrs. Art Teacher said...

I live in Portland Or and I'm going to head up to Seattle for the conference! I'm so excited. I can drive (not fly) stay with friends and only have to pay for the conference so my Principal has finally given me permission to go. Let us know when your workshop is and I'll be there!

Erin Laughpaintcreate said...

MM, I have heard the weather can be unpredictable. I hope at least one day will be clear enough for me to escape convention stuff and explore! Thanks for the comment!

Phyl, I saw that on your blog! Really neat! Thanks for the comment and your brother! cool! :)

Mrs, :) I hate to call you out by blog name! lol. How nice for you to be so close! It is far for me, but I know it will be worth it on so many levels. When I get more info I will post it! Thanks for commenting! :)

Chandra said...

We are going to have a BLAST! (And learn a LOT, of course!!) :-)