Since 1947, art educators have provided leadership that has shaped the field of research and practice in art education and positioned NAEA as the premier professional community for our field. NAEA is committed to supporting art educators in their quest to excel as leaders. The NAEA National Convention, state and regional conferences, special programs, and events explore the multifaceted roles of the art educator through the prism of knowledge, understanding, and leadership.
April 22, 2021external resource from ArtsEdSEL, A Shared Vision for Artistic SEL: Centering Social Emotional Learning in Arts Education
Join The Center for Arts Education and Social Emotional Learning to explore how artistic SEL can become a powerful catalyst, empowering students to investigate identity, belonging, and agency as they engage in the artistic processes to Create, Perform, Respond, and Connect.ArtsEdSEL
April 7, 2021external resource from NAEA, Register Now for NAEA21 All-Access
Did you miss the live Convention, but want access to 400+ session recordings? You can still join our online community through August 31, 2021! Learn more here.NAEA
March 16, 2021external resource from National Endowment for the Arts, NEA: Arts Education Data Toolkit Webinar
The Arts Education Division of the National Endowment for the Arts, in partnership with the Education Commission of the States, will present a Zoom webinar on the Arts Education Data Toolkit on March 24, 2021 at 3:00 pm ET. The webinar will include an overview resources in the toolkit and live Q&A.National Endowment for the Arts
May 10, 2021external resource from Champlain College, Fostering Anti-Racist Classrooms Professional Development
The Center for Community & Social Justice at Champlain College is offering credit-bearing professional development for all K-12 educators. The Summer Institute for Educators: Fostering Anti-Racists Classrooms will be offered online from 8:30 AM–5 PM, June 21 through June 25, 2021. This professional development opportunity will be led by local and national experts who will provide attendees with actionable suggestions for creating inclusive classrooms and classroom resources.Champlain College
February 24, 2021Celebrate Art Educators!
Access the recordings of the February 27 virtual celebration of visual arts educators, creative inspiration, and a look at the future of the National Art Education Association.
February 8, 2021Art Education Continuum: Building a Pipeline to Foster Future Educators and Strengthen our Field
View the recording of the February 9 Town Hall Conversation: Art Education Continuum: Building a Pipeline to Foster Future Educators and Strengthen our Field.
February 6, 2021Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I) Scholarships
The ED&I Commission is initiating a pilot scholarship opportunity that is designed to increase equity, diversity, and inclusion in the field of visual art and design education and remove barriers to access for underserved and underrepresented individuals.
February 6, 2021Art Educator Scholarships
This scholarship is designed to support visual art educators in their path of continued professional learning at the NAEA National Convention. Ten scholarships will be awarded.
February 6, 2021First Time Attendee Scholarships
This scholarship is designed to support visual art educators that are first time attendees of an NAEA National Convention. Ten First Time Attendee Scholarships will be awarded.
January 25, 2021Art Education and School Year 2020-21: From Skills to Concepts—Working Across the Curriculum in a New Environment
View the recording of the January 26 Town Hall Conversation: Art Education and School Year 2020-21: From Skills to Concepts—Working Across the Curriculum in a New Environment.
December 8, 2020external resource from NAEA, 2021 NAEA National Convention
Register now for the [VIRTUAL] 2021 NAEA National Convention—the largest art education professional learning event of the year!NAEA