Josie LangbehnLynn Dingman
Eligibility: K-8 Grade, One entry per student
Limitations: Students create a 9” X 12” drawing of what they dream of becoming when they grow up.
Jurying: 12 winners (from the first 400 entries received) will receive $1,000 contributions to a NEST 529 College Savings Plan account
Deadline: September 30, 2015
Eligibility: K-12 Grade, Each NATA member may display two student pieces of 2-dimensional art
Limitations: No larger than 12X18 or matted 16X22
Deadline: November 11, 2015
Limitations: 2D or 3D artwork
All entries will be entered uploaded digitally at artandwriting.org
Judging will still be based on ORIGINALITY, TECHNICAL PROFICIENCY, and EXPRESSION and separated into three grade level categories: 7 & 8, 9 & 10, and 11 & 12.
$5.00 per individual submission
$20 per portfolio submission
*If students qualify for Free and Reduced Lunch the fees will be waived
Deadline: January 11, 2016
RESTON, VA SEPTEMBER 16, 2015 The National Art Education Association (NAEA) announced today that it has received a prestigious National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) in Washington, DC.
The grant will be used to fund a study that will be conducted jointly with the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) examining the impact of single visit programs to art museums on K-12 students.
Join colleagues from around the world to gain fresh lesson ideas and inspiration for a vibrant new school year—all from the convenience of your computer or tablet!
Broadcast live from the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC, the 2015 NAEA Back-To-School Virtual Conference is your direct connection to professional learning and creative professionals! Explore Learning and Leading in a Visual Age with Maria Fabrizio, Illustrator and Communications Designer, Wordless News; and D'Wayne Edwards, founder of Pensole Footwear Design Academy. Take the insight shared by the artists even further when educators from DC schools and museums share lessons and classroom experiences inspired by the work of the keynote speakers. Interact in real-time with presenters, as well as art education professionals around the world who are engaging in the NAEA Virtual Conference experience!
All registrants are eligible for great giveaways up for grabs throughout the Virtual Conference, including FREE registration for the 2016 NAEA National Convention in Chicago!!
- To recognize excellence in the many outstanding individuals, state/province associations, and programs of NAEA.
- To focus professional attention on quality art education and exemplary art educators.
- To increase public awareness of the importance of quality art education.
- To set standards for quality art education and show how they can be achieved.
- To provide tangible recognition of achievement, earn respect of colleagues, and enhance professional opportunities for NAEA members.
Artsonia is the World's Largest Student Art Museum. Yet it's so much more than that! It's a free, safe, educational program for students and families, as well as a comprehensive resource for art educators.
Plus, you can use funds raised through Artsonia to pay for your National Art Education Association (NAEA) membership.
Building your own School Gallery on Artsonia is EASY!
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Enhance your professional experience by interacting with nationally renowned authors, illustrators and literacy experts at the adult conference of the 20th Annual Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival.
Upcoming Dates to Remember
September 17: Paul Otero artist talk in Fred Simon Gallery 5:00-6:00 p.m.
October 1: Set Deadline Grant applications due
October 9: Allphin/Elliott-Bartle opening reception in Fred Simon Gallery 5:00-7:00 p.m.
October 21: Cody Wheelock artwork at Governor's Residence
November 1: Governor's Arts Awards nominations due
November 15: Individual Artist Fellowship in Visual Arts applications due
Earlier this year, both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives approved legislation to replace the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. Combined, these two bills contain 13 arts-friendly provisions, including retaining the arts as a core academic subject.
Join arts education advocates across the nation and urge Nebraska members of Congress to support the arts-friendly provisions included in the education reform bill.
Take a few minutes, keep the momentum going, sign the petition and encourage five of your friends and colleagues to do the same.
View Nebraskans For The Arts Newsletter online