IT'S TIME! ENTER THE NATA ART EDUCATOR SHOW AND SIGN UP TO SELL YOUR HANDMADE ITEMS DURING FALL CONFERENCE
AURORA ART WALK! September 27, 1-5PM
In conjunction with the NATA Fall Conference, the artist community in Aurora is hosting an Art Walk, September 27th, 1-5PM throughout their downtown businesses. The Aurora community and NATA conference attendees will be invited. Join the community of Aurora and sell your handmade items. You may sign up to sell your items in downtown Aurora at a local business. The $25 NATA member fee allows you to bring in a table and cash box to a local business, assigned by the NATA event chair, You may set up and sell your wares anytime between 1-5PM on Sept 27th. Sign up by JULY 15th to have your name/items published in the Art Walk promotional materials. Sign up today on the Fall Conference web page!
NATA ART EDUCATOR SHOW!
This exhibition is open to all current and retired art educators who live or work in Nebraska. NATA encourages all art educators who teach or have taught at K-12 public, private and home schools, faculty from Colleges and Universities, and educators from museums. Visit the Fall Conference web page!
ALL NEW NATA STORE!
You can now pay for NATA conference fees and reservations in one spot! Visit the new NATA Store to pay for conference activities now. Fall Conference registration will be added July 1st!
THE SUMMER BOARD MEETING IS July 18th, in Ansley, NE.
If you are interested in attending with the board, please notify Allison Varah, email@example.com, to confirm your attendance ASAP. A social/light lunch will begin at noon with the meeting following.
FALL PERSPECTIVE IMAGES, ARTICLES, NEWS DUE JULY 1ST
If you are writing an article, have artwork images, or need anything published in the fall edition of the NATA Perspective newsletter, send it to Julie Ryan, firstname.lastname@example.org, by July 1st!
ATTENTION BOARD DELEGATES:
Your board report is due by July 4th. Please submit your report online now!
Art Seen: A Juried Exhibition of Artists from Omaha to Lincoln
This exhibition will showcase artists living and working in our region today. Nebraska’s two largest cities are home to vibrant and expansive artistic communities, spurred forward by an engaged and enthusiastic audience. Artists will be selected by a jury led by Karin Campbell, Joslyn Art Museum’s Phil Willson Curator of Contemporary Art, and Bill Arning, Director of the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston.
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