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  • June 13, 2022

    Design Interest Group (DIG)

    NAEA Interest Group

  • NAHS Exhibit

    January 16, 2022

    NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition
    NAHS Exhibit

    Check out the 2022 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition. This virtual exhibit is on display January 18-April 29, 2022.

  • November 1, 2021

    Youth Art Month (YAM)

    The Youth Art Month Program emphasizes the value of art education for all children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and promotes art material safety.

  • October 22, 2020

    NAEA Standards Publications

    The following NAEA Standards represent the professional judgment of the art education field about the characteristics of preparation programs that will enable all visual arts educators to provide high-quality art instruction for every student.

  • September 4, 2020

    external resource from Corona Multimedia Showcase, International Online Initiative Celebrates Young Artists’ Responses to Pandemic

    Action for Media Education invites young people ages 3-19 from around the world to submit artistic creations that explore their experiences during the global pandemic. The Corona Multimedia Showcase. is a free, noncompetitive event held online, and the organizers accept video, photography, tech innovations, writing, arts and crafts, and music and dance submissions to be exhibited on their website. Deadline: Oct. 9

    Corona Multimedia Showcase
  • August 30, 2020

    external resource from SEADAE, SEADAE 2020 Virtual Summit: The Arts and Social and Emotional Learning

    Register now for this virtual half-day event, open to all, that will explore the synergistic relationships between the arts and Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

    SEADAE
  • Fresh Films

    April 15, 2020

    external resource from Fresh Films, Fresh Films Video Challenges
    Fresh Films

    Submissions are open for the Fresh Films Video Challenges, created to allow educators to meet students where they want to be: on the screen. Every 2 weeks, middle and high school students respond to a challenge topic with a 2-minute video. With step-by-step project guides and video lessons as well as self-reflective and social justice themes, teachers can use challenges as assignments in their digital classrooms, or students can complete for fun. Winning projects receive $100 and can nominate a teacher to win $100 as well! No previous filmmaking experience or fancy equipment required—just a willingness to get creative!

    Fresh Films
  • ArtScan

    March 14, 2020

    external resource from Education Commission of the States, ArtScan at a Glance
    ArtScan

    This summary is updated annually to reflect changes in legislation concerning the arts in education. It includes arts education policies for all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia

    Education Commission of the States
  • June 11, 2018

    2018 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition

    Virtual Gallery