SLU Lab School teacher elected LAEA president SLU Lab School teacher elected LAEA president Denise Tullier-Holly Advocate staff report Oct. 05, 2013 Comments Denise Tullier-Holly, art instructor at Southeastern Louisiana University Laboratory School, has been elected president of the Louisiana Art Education Association. A professional development organization of art instructors, LAEA is a statewide affiliate of the National Art Education Association. Tullier-Holly has served as the Lab School’s art instructor since 1994. A native of New Orleans and resident of Hammond, she is a graduate of the University of Maryland where she studied printmaking and ceramics. She has taught art education at LSU and serves as a teacher leader for Southeastern’s Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources program. Among her first duties, Tullier-Holly will preside over the LAEA fall conference to be held in New Orleans Oct. 18-20. More information on the conference can be found at laarteducators.org/conference/.