2014 Fall Conference
Share your professional expertise in a poster presentation.
K-12 STUDENT ART EXHIBIT!
Enter up to two student works for an exhibit at The Leadership Center!
The Awards Banquet Silent Auction, The Aurora Art Walk, and Vendors!
MAKE ART - LEARN ART TECHNIQUE FROM PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS!
9 studio sessions to choose from!
STANDARDS BASED CURRICULUM WRITING!
Learn about the new state and national standards in artist workshops. Take ready to use unit ideas back to your school!
All meals and beverages provided the whole weekend!
ART EDUCATOR JURIED SHOW! Show your artwork. Deadline July 15th - Register NOW!
Register to sell your handmade items during the Aurora Art Walk!
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CONNECTIONS!
Learn from master naturalists in artist workshops. Collaborate to use their educational opportunities in your classroom!
COLLABORATE WITH COLLEAGUES FROM ACROSS THE STATE!
Learn together and collaborate to write amazing unit plans to take back to your school!
RELAXING ATMOSPHERE CONFERENCE LOCATION!
The Leadership Center
ALL IN ONE INCLUSIVE CONFERENCE!
Eat, sleep, art!
All your conference needs in one place!
SUMMER BOARD MEETING JULY 18TH IN ANSLEY, NE
If you are interested in attending with the board, please notify Allison Varah, firstname.lastname@example.org, to confirm your attendance ASAP. A social/light lunch will begin at noon with THE MEETING following.
LightHouse public Art project
Because we have seen a multitude of Public Art Projects pop up in cities across the United States and around the world, it is evident that their popularity is derived from the way they promote excitement, display artistic expression, build a feeling of community, and heighten awareness as well as support of the arts.
We have seen fiberglass J. Does in Omaha and steel bikes in Tour de Lincoln. Lighthouse chose a Light Bulb design – an icon of illumination - as its concept, utilizing fiberglass combined with a polyurethane resin for an environmentally friendly strong, long-lasting medium, manufactured in Gibbon, Nebraska, by Icon Poly.
This Project offers Nebraska Artists an opportunity to use their creative talent and imagination to paint, design and otherwise manipulate and/or add on to the six-foot Light Bulb for outdoor display throughout Lincoln, May 1 – September, 2015. Click Link above for the Artist application form and agreement. If you have trouble opening the documents please contact Liz Shea-McCoy at (402)430-5923
Nebraska Art Teachers Association
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Art Educator Show
Research And Knowledge
Stem To Steam