Mary Ann Germanson has taught high school art for 23 years in Wisconsin. She received her Bachelor and Master’s degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is a strong advocate for art education. She sat on the board of the Wisconsin Art Education Association for five years and was Vice President of the Southwest Region, and Youth Art Month Co-Chair and Chair for two years. She also sat on the board of the Zona Gale Center for the Arts in Portage and was gallery chair for two years. The recipient of the President’s Award twice for cochairing and chairing Youth Art Month, Mary Ann was in Who’s Who in Education for many years. She firmly believes that all students can learn, but not on the same day in the same way. Therefore, experiential learning is the key to student success for non-traditional learners. She is currently an adjunct professor for Viterbo University.
Book: The Bookmaking Experience: An Educator’s Guide to Student Made Books/co-author
Human development as embodied in learning is complex, multidimensional, and challenging. Everyone can be involved. Making books provides a fun, challenging, creative, and practical tool to guide that journey. We welcome you to join in the fun, laughter, excitement, appreciation, challenge and pride of accomplishment that draw us to lifelong learning.