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  • 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.

  • Exhibiting

    June 22, 2016

    Exhibit at the 2017 NAEA National Convention

    View the 2017 NAEA National Convention Exhibitor Prospectus for details and information. MAKE YOUR MARK at the largest gathering of art educators in the world!

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  • NAEA

    January 13, 2017

    CALL FOR PAPERS: NAEA White Papers on Assessment (Special Series)
    NAEA

    CALL FOR PAPERS: NAEA White Papers on Assessment (Special Series). DEADLINE: Submit abstract by March 26, 2017.

  • January 12, 2017

    external resource from Fallingwater, Robert and Harriet Kirkpatrick Fallingwater Education Intern

    Fallingwater, the architectural masterwork designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, seeks applications to fill our Fallingwater Education Department Internship. This intern will reside on-site, while immersing themselves in the many organizational and curricular tasks required to provide successful educational programming at Fallingwater. This is a unique opportunity to work in the education department at a world-renowned museum and architectural site.

    Fallingwater
  • NGA

    January 12, 2017

    external resource from National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art Summer Teacher Institute
    NGA

    Information for the 2017 Summer Teacher Institute is now available online. The Teacher Institute is a six-day seminar that helps K–12 teachers of all subjects strengthen their knowledge of art history and integrate visual art into classroom teaching. The program features lectures, gallery tours, teaching strategies, and hands-on learning experiences. The institute highlights the social and cultural context of Renaissance art and demonstrates interdisciplinary teaching strategies. Activities are designed to meet teachers' personal and professional enrichment needs. Fellowship opportunities are also available.

    National Gallery of Art
  • arendt

    January 11, 2017

    external resource from National Endowment for the Humanities, The Political Theory of Hannah Arendt: NEH Summer Seminar - Applications Due March 1, 2017
    arendt

    This Seminar offers stimulating dialogue for School Teachers (K-12) of all disciplines, including history, social studies, philosophy, literature, philosophy, and government. Given the varied responses to the recent election and the documented increase in incidents of hateful speech and other attacks on school campuses and in classrooms across the country, having a space to learn and practice how to engage difficult conversations on controversial subjects is needed now more than ever. Although the seminar emphasizes the analysis of history and political theory, it serves to foster community among school teachers and change-makers interested in practicing and encouraging critical thinking about contested political and ethical issues framed by what Hannah Arendt called “the human condition of plurality.” The seminar will take place over the course of four weeks at UC Davis, June 25 through July 21, 2017.

    National Endowment for the Humanities
  • January 11, 2017

    external resource from Städel Museum, NEW Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art

    Experience “Art History Online – The Städel Course on Modern Art” – at no cost and exactly when it suits you. Learn about art history and visual studies in a richly varied way as you proceed through the five modules of the course on your computer or tablet at your own pace.

    Städel Museum
  • January 11, 2017

    external resource from The George Washington University, Master's in Experiential Education and Jewish Cultural Arts

    GW’s Program in Experiential Education & Jewish Cultural Arts (EE/JCA), the only master’s program of its kind in the United States, offers an intensive 13-month, cross-disciplinary curriculum combining coursework in Jewish cultural arts, experiential education, and museum education. Graduates will be prepared for careers in Jewish museums and arts institutions, community centers, college campus organizations, summer camps, and other innovative educational and cultural settings. Qualified applicants receive up to 85% tuition support, thanks to the generous support of the Jim Joseph Foundation and George Washington University. Submit your application by February 1 for priority consideration for funding.

    The George Washington University
  • chelsea

    January 11, 2017

    external resource from Agora Gallery, Chelsea International Fine Art Competition
    chelsea

    For decades, the competition has successfully opened up new opportunities and enhanced the careers of emerging and mid career artists while promoting the great tradition of art and ensuring its continued vibrancy in our modern world. Artists are selected by an independent jury to receive awards valued at more than $70,000, including cash prizes, a high-profile collective exhibition, magazine profiles and much more.

    Agora Gallery
  • ED.gov

    January 11, 2017

    external resource from ED.gov, U.S. Department of Education Announces FY 2017 Education Innovation & Research (EIR) Competition
    ED.gov

    On December 15, 2016, the U.S. Department of Education published in the Federal Register, three notices inviting applications for the Education Innovation and Research Program’s Early-phase, Mid-phase, and Expansion competitions. View timeline for FY 2017 Early-Phase, Mid-Phase, and Expansion Competitions.

    ED.gov
  • January 11, 2017

    external resource from Penn State School of Visual Arts, Judy Chicago Art Education Award Invites Applicants

    The feminist art nonprofit art organization Through the Flower and the Penn State School of Visual Arts invite applications for the annual award that honors Judy Chicago, one of the Feminist Art Movement’s key founders. Educators who have developed projects related to “The Dinner Party” Curriculum Project or other materials in Penn State’s Judy Chicago Art Education Collection may submit an application for the award by February 1, 2017.

    Penn State School of Visual Arts