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UNIVERSITY CREDIT
OCTOBER 2 & 3, 2013 - Boise High School - Boise, Idaho
2014 KEYNOTE PRESENTERS
Eric M. Scott and David R. Modler
University credit will be available through the College of Southern Idaho. Information will be available
at the conference regarding requirements for obtaining professional development credit. You can print
off a copy of the
registration form here or pick on up at the table. Cost will be $32.
The Modern Hotel is a re-animated Travelodge located in
downtown Boise’s Linen District. A space where bodies in
motion come to rest in one of 39 intelligently designed rooms
with comfortable beds and white sheets for slumber. High tech
and wi-fied but low stress, it’s business, artist and even cowboy
friendly. The Modern’s bar has classic and original crafted
cocktails, a talented chef, new music and a courtyard for warm
nights under western skies. City-centered and civilized but close
to mountain lakes, river trails and sagebrush hills, the Modern is
affordable, affable, relatable — practically dateable.
Toll Free • 866.780.6012  Reservations • 208.424.8244
1314 West Grove Street • Boise, ID 83702
Email • reservations@themodernhotel.com
www.themodernhotel.com
IAEA RECEPTION AT THE LINEN BUILDING
The IAEA annual reception will be hosted at the historic Linen Building. Built in 1910 and
originally known as the American Laundry Building, the Linen Building has been transformed
into an environmentally friendly special events center and art gallery. Refashioned for the 21st
century with sustainability, historic preservation and modern elegance in mind, the two-story,
urban loft-style Linen Building hosts art and fashion shows, music concerts and events,
weddings and receptions, corporate meetings and functions, proms and many other events.
Event Date: First Thursday, October 2, 2014 5:00-8:00 p.m.
1402 W Grove St, Boise, ID 83702  (208) 385-0111
David R. Modler earned a
Master of Fine Arts in Drawing
and Painting from James
Madison University in
Harrisonburg, VA. David now
lives in Shepherdstown, WV
where he is an Assistant
Professor of Art and
Coordinator of Art Education at
Shepherd University.
Eric M. Scott lives in
Purcellville, VA with wife
Joanne and their numerous
animals. He is a National
Board Certified Teacher,
and teaches art at Tolbert
Elementary School  in
Leesburg.  
Our conference will be hosted at Boise High School. We have hosted the
conference here before and are excited to be back!
Boise High School - 1010 W Washington St. Boise, ID 83702
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