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Nicole Lavely

659 S 1200 E APT 2C Salt Lake City, UT 84102

(801) 678-2134 Nicole.lavely12@gmail.com

High school visual arts teaching: Art Foundations, Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, AP Studio Art,
Photography, Ceramics, and Sculpture.
Highlights of Qualifications
Skilled in creating visual fine art curriculum and lesson planning.
Experience with volunteering in the community and a variety of educational settings.
Proficient with Drawing/Painting, Printmaking and Photography techniques.
Bachelor of Fine Art- Art Teaching, Generalist & Teaching License Graduation May 2017
University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT

GPA: 3.7, Deans List.

Art Teaching Club President 2015-2017, FAF Grant Recipients to attend and present at the Utah
Art Education Association Conference.
Attended an Alternative Spring Break that focused on empowering at risk youth 2015.
University of Utah Art and Art history Departmental Scholarship recipient 2014-2015 & 2016-
Secondary Art teaching license for the state of Utah May 2017
ESL endorsement for the state of Utah May 2017
Praxis II tests:
o Art Content Knowledge, score 167.
o ESL, scheduled to take March 24th, 2017.
o Principles of Learning and Teaching, scheduled to take in May 2017.
Art Exhibitions
Utah Statewide Annual- Mixed Media & Works on Paper Fall 2016
University of Utah Senior Class Exhibition Spring 2016
Juried Annual Student Art Exhibition Spring 2016
Eccles Community Art Centers 41st Annual Statewide Competition Spring 2015
Juried Annual Student Art Exhibition Spring 2015
Relevant Experience
Taylorsville High School August 2016- Present
Student Teacher Taylorsville, UT
Developed curriculum and assessment for a Drawing 1 and Humanities Art course.
Experience with cross curricular integration.
Refined classroom management methods that promote responsibility and mindfulness.
Bad Dog Arts, Non-profit Arts Organization April 2016-Present
Art Teacher Salt Lake City, UT
Main classroom art teacher for summer camps and after school programs. Grades K-6.
Planned and taught art lessons relating to a weekly theme.
Administrative duties for the main office such as registration and organizational tasks.
Worked with members in the community to plan and teach art lessons.
Art Teaching Club President September 2015- Present
University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
Organize club meetings, workshops, and events. Worked with fellow students to create a
community for art teaching students.
Wrote a grant for the club to receive funding to attend the Utah Art Education Association
(UAEA) Conference in February 2016 and February 2017.
Presented at the UAEA conference in February 2016 and February 2017.
Sunnyvale After-School Program January 7, 2016
Visiting Artist West Valley, Utah
Developed an art lesson based around the question, What Do You Love? and taught watercolor
techniques for elementary school students.
East High School September 2015- December 2015
Field Experience Salt Lake City, Utah
Developed and taught an art lesson plan about the Abstract Expressionism art movement.
Worked with AP Studio Art students to organize portfolios and critique work.
Highland High School February 2015-May 2015
Field Experience Salt Lake City, Utah
Led AP Studio Art students through a brainstorming workshop to help them develop their
Collaborated with the 3D Design teacher to provide support for ELL and specials needs students
in the classroom.
Hillsdale Elementary March 2014
Visiting Artist West Valley, Utah
Created a two-day workshop for second grade students that introduced the idea of generating
maps and exploring ideas to define community.

Sandy Brunvand: (801) 363-3315, sandy.brunvand@utah.edu
Victoria Lyons: (801) 949-2291, victoria@baddogarts.org
Rob Eberly: (801) 414-7929, reberly@graniteschools.org