My favorite artist right now is Wangechi Mutu. If you haven’t seen her work, I strongly encourage you to do so. It’s beautiful, frightening, and oh-so poignant.
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2016 NATA Artist Educator Juried Exhibition - Now Accepting Entries through July 1st!
This exhibition is open to all current and retired art educators who live or work in Nebraska. Art Education students who are members of a NATA student chapter are also eligible to submit work. 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. Read More...
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NebraskaArtists.org is a free website dedicated to providing Nebraska art teachers with powerful video tools tied directly to the Nebraska Visual Arts Educational Standards. The project is administered by the Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA), in partnership with the Nebraska Art Teachers Association (NATA), Joslyn Art Museum, Sheldon Museum of Art, and the Nebraska Department of Education. Videos are produced by the Ganzel Group Communications and Flicka Films both of Lincoln.
June 16 • Flatwater Jazz Orchestra, Smooth Jazz
July 21 • Tunafish Jones, Smooth, Groove & Rock
"Sounds of Summer" is sponsored by the MONA Guild. Free seating is on a first come, first serve basis. For more information or to reserve a table, contact the Museum at (308) 865-8559.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to share new research findings, effective practices and important policy implications with the nation's top thought leaders and change agents in the arts and education. The 2016 Arts Education Partnership (AEP) National Forum is October 5-7 in Denver, Colo. and we are currently accepting concurrent session proposals through Friday, June 17 at 5 p.m. PST. If you haven’t submitted your session proposal, don’t delay another day. Time is running out and AEP wants you to be part of our fall conference agenda!
This year’s forum focuses on the role and contribution of the arts in addressing the priority areas outlined in The Arts Leading the Way to Student Success: A 2020 Action Agenda for Advancing the Arts in Education. Proposals given the strongest consideration will address one or more of these priority areas:
- Raise Student Achievement and Success
- Support Effective Educators and School Leaders
- Transform the Teaching and Learning Environment
- Build Leadership Capacity and Knowledge