Featured Opportunities

  • exhibit

    March 29, 2017

    Showcase Your Artwork at the NAEA Studio & Gallery!

    This space showcases outstanding artwork created by visual arts education professionals from around the world who are NAEA members.

  • teacher

    October 4, 2016

    NAEA Career Center

    NAEA's Career Center is the premier electronic recruitment resource for the profession.

  • NAEF

    July 1, 2016

    Apply for an NAEF Grant

    NAEF helps provide professional development for art educators, classroom supplies for innovative projects, curriculum development for art classrooms, and ground-breaking research in visual arts education.

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  • CreatEd

    May 9, 2018

    external resource from Education Week/Crayola, Webinar: STEAM & PBL: Educators and Students Get Future-Ready, 5/30/18, 2-3 pm ET
    CreatEd

    STEAM and project-based learning work together. From cross-curricular learning and the processes of inquiry and problem-solving to “the four C's,” our educator panel will showcase classroom-tested approaches. The creative economy is the future. Will your students be future ready? Click here to attend this free live event.

    Education Week/Crayola
  • May 8, 2018

    2019 RAEA Outstanding Student Chapter Award

    2019 RAEA Outstanding Student Chapter Award

  • Sneakerhead

    May 4, 2018

    external resource from Pensole, High School Design Competition: Sneakerhead of State
    Sneakerhead

    NAEA is pleased to share information about the 2018 Sneakerhead of State Competition with you! This unique art and design opportunity is open to high school students. Scholarships and cash prizes will be awarded. The submission deadline is June 2, 2018. PENSOLE Footwear Design Academy is searching for the next great designer! Give your students the opportunity to test their skills against the best young minds in the country and train for a successful career in the creative industries. Check out complete details online.

    Pensole
  • VSA

    May 3, 2018

    external resource from The Kennedy Center, Registration Open: VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education Conference
    VSA

    The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ VSA Intersections: Arts and Special Education Conference, taking place Aug. 7-8 in Atlanta, convenes professionals in arts education and special education to explore equitable access to art-based and arts-integrated instruction for students with disabilities. Attendees will have opportunities to share timely information and knowledge in research, practice, programs and policy to help drive educational improvement for students with disabilities. Early-bird registration rate ends June 30.

    The Kennedy Center
  • DeptEd

    May 2, 2018

    U.S. Department of Education Announces New Funding Round for Arts in Education Mode Development and Dissemination Grants
    DeptEd

    Following Congressional approval of a $2 million increase in FY18 funding for the Assistance for Arts Education program, the U.S. Department of Education announced yesterday a new grant competition, with a very quick turn-around time for letters of intent to apply.

  • Art+Bio

    April 25, 2018

    external resource from Art + Bio Collective, JUNGLE LIFE: Field Studies of Art+Nature in South India and Thailand, June 5-19, 2018
    Art+Bio

    This program focuses on creative exploration of the unique and lush jungle environments of the Western Ghats of South India and the tropical island of Koh Lon, Thailand. Through hands-on observation, artistic interpretation, collaboration, and various biological and natural history methods, we will utilize the natural habitat as a STUDIO+LAB to explore and make informed art about tropical plants, animals, and nature. During the program, we will stay at various field sites and provide an immersive, project-based experience, focused on the unique beauty and dense wilderness of the jungle.

    Art + Bio Collective
  • teacher

    April 24, 2018

    external resource from Virginia Beach City Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning, Fine Arts Coordinator for Visual Arts for Virginia Beach City Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning
    teacher

    The coordinator of a curriculum and instruction program is responsible for providing leadership, alignment, coordination and delivery in the development and improvement of the curriculum program for the school division.  The coordinator ensures resources are available for teacher and student use and provides the necessary staff development for implementation of the assigned instructional program. The candidate will work with staff and teachers to advance the teaching and learning of the Fine Arts in the Virginia Beach City Public School District. Duties include coordinate community and district-wide Arts events, facilitate/chair curriculum and advisory committees, direct visual arts curriculum and textbook renewal cycles, and advocate for art program and teachers. 

    Virginia Beach City Public Schools Department of Teaching and Learning
  • TAB

    April 24, 2018

    external resource from Regional-Saint Louis TAB/Choice Art Education Group, St. Louis TAB/Choice Summer Workshop, June 12 & 13
    TAB

    Spend 2 days in St. Louis for the 2018 TAB/Choice Summer Workshop. Grow and develop understanding of Teaching for Artistic Behavior pedagogy. The workshop is designed to help teachers new to TAB gain tools and methods to implement Choice-Based curriculum. Join the conversation on June 12 and 13, and get plugged into area resources and regional support. We are excited to advocate for this life-changing pedagogy, meet new faces collaborate and build together! Cost is $275 for both days, which includes lunch and all presentation materials.

    Regional-Saint Louis TAB/Choice Art Education Group
  • expo

    April 4, 2018

    external resource from HANDS in Autism® Art Expo, 8th Annual HANDS in Autism® Art Expo: Worth a Thousand Words
    expo

    Celebrate Autism Awareness Month at the 8th Annual HANDS in Autism® Art Expo! The Annual Art Expo is designed to provide a glimpse into the perspectives of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who utilize art as a means of expression given some of the social and communicative challenges that ASD presents. Artists with ASD are encouraged to submit artwork of any medium to be displayed at the event. Artists, classrooms, teams, community groups, and clubs are also invited to submit a special collaborative piece to celebrate autism!

    HANDS in Autism® Art Expo