NAEA Research Commission
The NAEA Research Commission is working to meet the ongoing research needs of the visual arts education field.
The NAEA Research Commission was officially launched at the 2012 NAEA National Convention. The 2011-2014 NAEA Strategic Plan called for creation of the Commission in order to: “…conduct research and generate knowledge that enriches and expands visual arts education and widely share that research and knowledge.” The NAEA Research Commission is working to meet the ongoing research needs of the visual arts education field. The Commission will coordinate, and communicate about research that relates to the needs of practitioners and additional stakeholders concerned with understanding critical questions of importance to the field and for providing the highest quality of art education possible in our schools and educational institutions.
2019 NAEA Research Preconference
Call for Proposals
The 2019 Research Preconference is organized by the NAEA Research Commission, generously supported by the National Art Education Foundation, and is open to all NAEA members. The Preconference will take place on Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
This year’s theme, Stories of Research: Pressing Matters↔Pressing Forward, will focus on the areas of inquiry most urgent in the field(s) of art education, and on the individual and collective stories that surround and constitute them.
Proposals consisting of presenters from Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, Higher Education, Preservice, Supervision/Administration, and Museum Divisions are strongly encouraged.
View proposal guidelines and submit here.
For more information, contact the Commission at email@example.com.