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Art Education Journal
NAEA partners with Routledge/Taylor & Francis for production and marketing of Art Education. This partnership grows the audience and the exposure for the NAEA publication, its authors, and advertisers while expanding interest in NAEA membership.
Art Education is available to members and subscribers in print and digital format.
For information about print advertising in Art Education, please contact Jeff Leonard of Leonard Media: 215-675-9208, ext. 201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NAHS News is the official publication of the National Art Honor Society program. It is published digitally twice a year and open to all readers. It features reports for National Art Honor Society chapters, student artwork, award winners, and scholarship information. Honor society members are top middle and high school art students who are enrolled in advanced art courses and are likely to consider post-secondary opportunities in the visual arts. Total circulation is over 54,000 students and 3,500 visual arts, design, and media arts educators in 2,000+ student chapters. NAHS News is 30-50 pages per issue.
Advertising Deadlines: December 1 for Winter issue; April 1 for Spring issue
Advertising Rates: Full page: $2,500; Half page: $1,500; Quarter page: $1,000
Target your message with NAEA mailing lists! Purchase a list of our entire membership of over 18,000, or select specific groups including elementary, middle/junior high, or secondary art teachers; college/university art education students and faculty; supervisors and administrators; or museum educators. Lists grouped are available geographically by state, as well. For more information, click on “List Rental Information and Form” below.
“We purchased an NAEA mailing list so we could advertise our art major programs here at York College to high school seniors. Our outreach efforts were very successful and we have a very large incoming class of Graphic Design majors this fall!”
- Pam Hemzik, Associate Professor of Art, Department of Communications and the Arts York College of Pennsylvania