Art educators face an increasing need to advance both their individual work and the collective work of the profession. Take advantage of a variety of opportunities designed to support members. Honor those who create a lasting impression on the future through visual arts education by nominating a member for an NAEA AWARD; apply for a National Art Education Foundation GRANT; learn how to get PUBLISHED by NAEA; and/or EXHIBIT new resources and materials that support teaching and learning at the National Convention!
September 8, 2020external resource from Routledge/Taylor & Francis, Arts Education Policy Review: Call for Editorial Board Members
Arts Education Policy Review, a peer-reviewed journal published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis, is accepting applications for four editorial board positions - one reviewer each in the areas of Dance, Theatre, Music and Visual Arts. Applications due by October 1.Routledge/Taylor & Francis
August 3, 2020external resource from Playful Learning Lab, PLAYfest 2020: A Day of Wonder
Register now for PLAYfest—a daylong event celebrating ideas and people. Four sessions of prepared talks will be augmented with hands-on interactive workshops (ranging from drawing to cooking to social activism) and discussion groups. Everyone is invited! There is no cost to attend, but registration is required.Playful Learning Lab
September 14, 2020Planned Website Maintenance: Sept. 18-30
NAEA is upgrading our membership database, as well as improving our online membership portal. While the NAEA website will remain up during this time, any features that require login (join/renew, Collaborate, Virtual Art Educators, the NAHS/NJAHS Dashboard, online store and other member-only webpages) will not be available starting September 18 as we make the transition to the new system.
September 4, 2020external 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. 9Corona Multimedia Showcase
September 1, 2020external resource from IMLS, Federal Grant Opportunities for Museums Now Available
The Institute of Museum and Library Services is now accepting applications for six grant programs intended to stabilize and strengthen U.S.-based museums. Ranging from $5,000 to $1 million, these grants include funding for capacity building, professional development, assessment and more. Applications are due by Nov. 16.IMLS
August 30, 2020external 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
August 25, 2020external resource from NAEA, 2020-2021 NAHS/NJAHS Chapter Handbook Now Available!
Establish or renew a chapter at your school! Download your copy of the 2020-2021 NAHS/NJAHS Handbook today.NAEA
July 8, 2020external resource from creatED by Crayola, Live Web Event: Reimagining Back-to-School Lists | Friday, July 10
Ensure students have what they need for arts integration and arts instruction by joining the “Reimagining Back-to-School Lists and Ordering Supplies in the New Normal” live web event hosted by creatED by Crayola on Friday, July 10 at 11:00 a.m. ET.creatED by Crayola
July 7, 2020external resource from Czech Section of INSEA, Free Virtual Conference | Art Education in the Time of Coronavirus, Reflecting on Today, Anticipating Tomorrow
Registration is now open for this free international virtual conference taking place October 12-15, 2020. Learn more and register here.Czech Section of INSEA
June 18, 2020external resource from CASEL, Free SEL Webinar Series
The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) is offering free webinars every Friday to address how SEL can be most helpful in response to today’s circumstance. Learn more here.CASEL
May 11, 2020external resource from Science and Us, Science and Us
Science and Us, a youth-led organization that helps high school students discover science communication, media, policy, and more has taken its in-person Makeathons virtual. Find out more and share the Science and Us Community with your students.Science and Us