Why Art Matters
NAEA-AAMD Research Study: Impact of Art Museum Programs on K–12 Students
View the findings of this large-scale impact study exploring the benefits of facilitated single-visit art museum programs, guided by inquiry-based pedagogies, for students in Grades 4–6.
For Members by Members
Associate Professor of Art Education, Appalachian State University
Monthly Mentor Posts
- Meet our January Mentor, Brooke Anne Hofsess, associate professor of art education, Appalachian State University. Hofsess is an art educator and qualitative methodologist immersed in aesthetic and poetic approaches to inquiry. Her projects contemplate teacher education and renewal through the creative practices of handmade papermaking, book arts, letterpress, and photography. She is the author of the book, Unfolding Afterglow: Letters and Conversations on Teacher Renewal. Check out her blog below:
- Being with Art Practice as Renewal
- The Being of Renewal
National Art Education Foundation
The National Art Education Foundation (NAEF) invests in innovative initiatives to support instructional practice, research, and leadership in visual arts education.