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Featured in NAEA News - February/March 2017

CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT

Heraclitus, also known as The Obscure, was a Greek philosopher and is attributed with the quote Change is the Only Constant.

He believed in the flux of life; everything constantly changes, including objects. According to writings about Heraclitus, his theory was that by simply coming upon objects, they changed, due to the interaction with the human that came upon it. Due to the interaction, the human and the objects became something different. Plato disagreed with Heraclitus, theorizing that an object is in a state of being and does not change. Observation is something that is done to the object, not with the object. By comparing our observations, we determine the changes. Read on

Cheryl Maney, Supervision and Administration Division Director
Pre-K Visual Arts and Dance Curriculum Specialist
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, Arts Education, Charlotte, NC
980-343-0620
cheryl.maney@cms.k12.nc.us

Elizabeth Stuart, Supervision and Administration Division Director-Elect
Instructional Supervisor, Visual Art
Prince George’s County Public Schools
9201 East Hampton Dr., Capitol Heights, MD 20743
301-333-0966
elizabeth.stuart@pgcps.org

Regional Directors:
Eastern Region: Gino Molfino
, gino_molfino@hcpss.org;
Southeastern Region: Mabel Morales, mmorales@dadeschools.net;
Western Region: Joyce Huser, jhuser@ksde.org;
Pacific Region: Armalyn De La O, adelao@csusb.edu

Cheryl Maney 

Supervision/Administration Division Director (Term: 2015-2017)

Visual Arts Supervisor, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Board of Directors

Cheryl Maney 

Supervision/Administration Division Director (Term: 2015-2017)

Visual Arts Supervisor, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools