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MAEA | Constitution and Bylaws

revised and adopted April 2017
CONSTITUTION

Article I: NAME
The organization shall be known as the Massachusetts Art Education Association, LTD (MAEA) under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code. The Association will maintain a P.O. Box as well as a physical office, at which the business of the Association may be carried on.


Article II: PURPOSES
The Association shall focus on the following purposes in support of its mission through:

  • Promoting quality visual art instruction
  • Improving the status of art education in our schools and communities
  • Providing content specific professional development
  • Providing support for art educators
  • Publishing articles and newsletters that communicate relevant material to the membership
  • Sponsoring conferences, exhibitions, and programming related to the field of art education
  • Working with other like-minded groups

The Association is a nonprofit education association that shall only engage in activities consistent with its status as defined by sec 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 or any successor provision thereto.


Article III: MEMBERSHIP
Section 1: MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS
Membership in the Association shall be open to art educators and other individuals whose purposes are consistent with those of the Association. Individuals interested in, or engaged in activities concerned with, or related to art, art education, or education are eligible for membership. All members of the MAEA must also be members of the NAEA.

Section 2: MEMBERSHIP DESIGNATION
All classes of membership are consistent with those outlined through the National Art Education Association.  

Section 3: DUES
The NAEA shall determine the dues structure for all classes of membership. The MAEA reserves the right to determine affiliate state dues within the NAEA dues structure. The MAEA Board of Directors shall determine the dues associated within the state portion of the NAEA dues.


Article IV: ORGANIZATION & GOVERNANCE
Section 1: ORGANIZATION
The MAEA shall be organized to include an Executive Committee, a Board of Directors, Liaisons to affiliated groups, Committees, and General Membership.

Section 2: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The executive committee shall be comprised of a President-Elect, President, Past-President, Treasurer, and Secretary.

Section 3: BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The MAEA shall have a Board of Directors of not less than ten and not more than twenty members. The board shall be composed of the Executive Committee, Division Directors, and Special Interest Representatives. Four of the Executive Committee and a majority of the members of the MAEA Board of Directors present (virtually or physically) shall constitute a quorum. The MAEA Board of Directors shall be the executive authority of the Association. The President shall serve as Chair of the Board of Directors.

Section 4: DIRECTORS & REPRESENTATIVES
Division Directors, and Special Interest Representatives shall be made up of job-alike groups of the membership. The goal of the Association is to have the general membership represented on the Board of Directors through the use of representatives.

Division Directors* shall include: Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, Higher Education, Museum Education, Supervision/Administration, and Preservice.

Special Interest Representatives shall include: Early Childhood, Retired, Special Needs, Independent Schools, National Art Honor Society, and Community Arts.

*Division Directors will serve in their NAEA membership category whenever possible.

Procedure for the inclusion of additional representatives shall be included in the Policy Manual.

Section 4: TERMS OF OFFICE
Secretary, Treasurer, and Directors shall serve a two-year term, not to exceed three consecutive terms per position.

Once elected, the President-Elect will serve for two years as President-Elect, two years as President, and two years as Past President. The President-Elect may not serve in the same role more than one consecutive term.

Section 6: LIAISONS
MAEA shall liaise with other groups and organizations as designated by the board.


ARTICLE V: ELECTIONS
Section 1: ELECTION OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Candidates for office of the President-Elect must be active members in good standing for five or more consecutive years prior to the nomination. Candidates for Secretary and Treasurer must be active members in good standing for two or more consecutive years prior to the nomination. The President-Elect will be chosen in the fall of even number years, the Treasurer and Secretary chosen on odd number years. Terms begin on January 1 following each election. A majority of the votes cast is required for election. The Executive Committee will prepare a slate of no more than two candidates for each position. The process will include nominations with a timetable to be determined by the Board of Directors as outlined in the ByLaws.

Section 2: APPOINTMENT OF DIRECTORS
The Board of Directors will be appointed by the Executive Committee. The current Board of Directors will solicit nominees to fill any vacancies of the Board of Directors for the next Fiscal Year.

Terms begin on January 1 following each appointment. Candidates for the MAEA Board of Directors must be members in good standing who have held active membership in the Association during the past two previous years. To be appointed to the Board of Directors, nominees must belong to such group as designated on their NAEA membership category. All members of the Association are eligible to apply for any position on the Board of Directors. In the months prior to the beginning of new terms, the Association will solicit applications from all members of the Association.

In the position of Preservice Division Director, the two-year requirement may be waived by the Board of Directors.

All members of the Association are eligible to nominate candidates for any position on the Board of Directors.

Section 3: VOTING
All members of the Association are eligible to vote for the President-Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Ballots must be distributed in a timely fashion, schedule to be set by the Executive Committee and posted on the Association website. The election shall be conducted by electronic mail or other authorized means of electronic transmission. 


ARTICLE VI: MEETINGS
The MAEA Board of Directors shall meet either physically or virtually through the use of digital devices at regular intervals throughout the year. Special meetings of the MAEA Executive Board may be called by the President.


ARTICLE VII: STANDING COMMITTEES
The following committees are established: Public Relations, Youth Art Month, Awards, Conference, Exhibitions, and Student Recognition.

All committees shall be established by the Board of Directors. Additional committees shall be appointed by the President and then established by the Board of Directors as needed.


ARTICLE VIII: INCOME AND BENEFITS
No part of the net earnings of the Association shall inure to the benefit of any member, sponsor, donor, creator, director, officer, or employee, or without limitation, any other private individual, or to the benefit of any corporation, any private individual or any substantial part of the activities of which is carrying on propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence legislation; provided, this shall not prevent payment of reasonable compensation for service actually rendered to or for the Association in its purposes. The Association shall not participate or intervene in any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office. The Association may decide to advocate for a policy or other act of government that the Board deems in best interest of its members and directly aims to further art education across the Commonwealth.

Upon dissolution, all of the assets of the Association shall be turned over to such non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable, scientific, or educational organization exempt from the federal income taxation under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 or any successor provision thereto as the final board of Directors of the Association shall select.

The Association shall not divert any part of its income or corpus to any member, sponsor, donor, creator, director, officer, or employee; by lending any part of its income or corpus without the receipt of adequate security and a reasonable rate of interest by lending any part of its income or corpus without the receipt of adequate security and a reasonable rate of interest; by paying any compensation in excess of reasonable allowance for salaries or services of other property for more than adequate consideration for money or money’s worth; or by engaging in any other transaction which either directly or indirectly results in such diversion of its income or corpus. The Association shall not use any income for purposes other than the objects hereinbefore set forth and shall invest income as per established policy. The Association shall not act in any way or engage in any activity, which might affect its right to full tax deduction of the members contributions to the Association. The Association shall be so operated as to be entitled to, and receive all tax exemptions, federal and local, which from time to time be granted to charitable, scientific, or educational Associations of foundations.


ARTICLE IX: AMENDMENTS
The MAEA Board of Directors will review the constitution on at least a five year cycle, and amend the constitution as needed.

Any member may propose an amendment to the MAEA Board of Directors. Upon the MAEA Board’s determination of the merit of the proposed amendment, it shall be sent to the full membership for review and discussion. The amendments shall be voted on by the entire membership. The ballot may be disseminated via electronic mail or other authorized means of electronic transmission to be sent within thirty days of the discussion. Two-thirds of the votes cast is required for passage of an amendment.


BYLAWS

ARTICLE I: DUTIES OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Section 1: THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The officers of the Executive Committee are the President, President-Elect, Past President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Officers shall take office no later than January 1st  of the year following their election. The officers perform those duties that are usual to their positions, described in these bylaws, and are assigned to them by the Board of Directors.

Section 2: EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
In the event that a quorum cannot be assembled and in cases where decisions need to be made on an emergency basis, the Executive Committee members will be granted the power to make a decision. The members of the Executive Committee are expected to attend all meetings either physically or virtually, unless prearrangements have been made.

Section 3: ELECTION AND TERM OF OFFICE
President-Elect shall be elected every even year in the fall. Once elected, the President-Elect will serve for two years as President-Elect, two years as President, and two years as Past President. The President-Elect may not serve in the same role more than one consecutive term. Secretary and Treasurer shall be elected every odd year in the fall and will serve a two-year term, not to exceed three consecutive terms.

No person shall serve in multiple roles on the Executive Committee, for example, no person shall serve as both President and Secretary or as Treasurer and Secretary.

The Executive Committee positions will be voted on by the general membership. The current Board will solicit nominees to fill any vacancies on the Board of Directors for the next Fiscal Year. In the months prior to the election, the Association will solicit nominations from all members of the Association. From the nominations, the Board of Directors shall prepare a slate of no more than two candidates for each position.

The nominations and elections for the President-Elect will be held during even numbered years, to begin term on January 1st of the coming year.  The nominations for the Treasurer and Secretary will be held in odd numbered years, to begin term on January 1st of the coming year. A majority of the votes cast is required for election.

All members of the Association are eligible to vote for the President-Elect, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Ballots must be distributed in a timely fashion, follow a schedule to be set by the Executive Board and posted on the Association website. The election shall be conducted by electronic mail or other authorized means of electronic transmission.   

Further explanation of the election process including nomination materials, dates for nominations, etc. shall be set by the Board of Directors and included in the Policy Manual.

Section 4: PRESIDENT
It shall be the duty of the president to preside at all regular and special meetings of the Board of Directors and to perform such other duties as usually pertain to the office of the president.
The president shall:

  • Provide visionary and strategic leadership for the organization
  • Collaborate with the Board of Directors to develop the policies and direction of the organization
  • Oversee and facilitate all meetings and organization activities
  • Provide adequate and timely information to the Board of Directors to enable it to effectively execute its role
  • Meet with the Board of Directors at regular intervals throughout the year and with committees as needed
  • Serve as delegate to the NAEA Delegate Assembly, Regional Leadership Meetings, and National Leadership Conferences, and other leadership councils as deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors
  • Oversee budgets with the Treasurer, and ensure that an annual audit of the Treasurer’s books is conducted
  • Provide the second authorized signature on all Association accounts
  • Ensure that the organization’s guidelines and bylaws are properly implemented
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members
  • Support the organization’s capacity building strategies to support increased membership
  • May speak to the press and other interested parties on behalf of the organization
  • Acts as ex-officio member of all committees  

Section 5: PRESIDENT-ELECT
The President-Elect of the Association shall serve under the guidance and direction of the President.  In the absence of the President, the President-Elect shall have all the powers and prerogatives of the President.
The President-Elect shall:

  • Assist the President in carrying out the duties described in Article I, Section 3
  • Serve as delegate to the NAEA Delegates Assembly, Regional Leadership Meetings, and National Leadership Conferences, and other leadership councils as deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors
  • Oversee the Public Relations committee
  • Attend meetings as required by the Board of Directors
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members
  • Have such other duties and powers as designated by the Board of Directors
  • Acts as ex-officio member of all committees 

Section 6: PAST PRESIDENT
The Past President shall:

  • Serve as advisor to the President, Executive Board, Board of Directors, and general membership
  • Serve as liaison with the National Art Education Association
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members
  • Oversee the documentation and organization of the Association’s history, in this effect, act as Association Historian
  • Have such other duties and powers as designated by the Board of Directors

Section 7: TREASURER
The Treasurer shall be the chief financial officer of the Association.
The treasurer shall:

  • Be in charge of its financial affairs, funds, securities and valuable papers and shall keep full and accurate records thereof
  • Render regular reports of the financial status of the Association, shall be responsible for an annual review or audit of the books as required by law
  • Prepare a detailed report to be presented to the Board of Directors at each meeting
  • Shall oversee the preparation of all necessary tax and other filings required for the Association with local, state, and federal regulators, including the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and the IRS.
  • Prepare the organization’s financial records for annual audit to coincide with the end of the Association’s fiscal year
  • Present the books for audit by an impartial third party accountant or other financial advisor as deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors
  • Prepare tax documents and others deemed necessary by the Board of Directors to be included on the Association website to ensure transparency
  • Be a key part of the Association’s decision-making team by assessing and reporting the financial implications of proposed activities and other actions
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members
  • Have such other duties and powers as designated by the Board of Directors

Section 8: SECRETARY
The Secretary shall keep the minutes of the meetings of the Board of Directors, see that all notices are given in accordance with these Bylaws or as required by law, and be custodian of the Association records.
The secretary shall:

  • Keep a permanent record of all Association proceedings
  • Keep complete accurate minutes of all meetings of the Association
  • Submit via electronic means, proposed minutes within fourteen days of the meeting for approval of the President, and upon approval to the Board of Directors for their final approval
  • Submit final approved meeting minutes to the webmaster for posting on the Association website
  • Organize and disseminate the meeting agenda and reports as set by the President at least five days prior to the scheduled meeting
  • Keep an account of the members who are present for meetings
  • Alert Board of Directors of the need for a quorum when votes are to be held
  • Appoint a representative to serve in his/her capacity should s/he be unable to attend a meeting
  • Prepare the membership report for upcoming meetings
  • Prepare press releases to be approved by the Executive Committee and disseminated to the appropriate venues once approved
  • Have such other duties and powers as designated by the Board of Directors or the Chairperson.
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members

Section 9: VACANCIES
If a vacancy occurs among the Directors, for any reason, the Board of Directors shall appoint a representative to serve for the unexpired portion of the term. This representative shall assume all responsibilities and privileges of the Director they are replacing.

Section 10: REMOVAL
An officer may be removed or suspended with or without cause by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors present at a meeting where specific notice has been given regarding the removal of the officer and a minimum of two-thirds of the Board of Directors is present at such meeting.


ARTICLE II: DIRECTORS AND REPRESENTATIVES
Section 1: POWERS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The governing body of the Organization is the Board of Directors, which has authority and is responsible for the supervision, control, and direction of the Organization. The Directors are expected to attend all meetings either physically or virtually, unless pre-arrangements have been made. The Directors of the Organization shall have the powers and duties of a Board of Directors under Massachusetts law.

Such powers and duties shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

  • Nominate and appoint Directors to office as described in these bylaws
  • Amend the bylaws of the Association
  • Approve the Association’s policies, including those governing the Organization’s financial, employment, and risk management practices
  • Appoint an auditor and or certified public accountant of the Association’s finances
  • Approve an annual budget
  • Authorize the Treasurer, by vote, to issue such notes or evidence of indebtedness as it may deem necessary, such notes to be signed by the Treasurer and approved by the signature of the President of the Board
  • Act as a point person for the general membership and relay issues and information pertinent to their division or group to the Board of Directors
  • Author an article at least once per year for the MAEA newsletter
  • Submit reports as needed to the Secretary at least ten days prior to the scheduled meeting
  • Review the reports sent by the Secretary prior to the scheduled meeting
  • Works towards advancing the mission of the Association
  • Review policy and make recommendations for inclusion in the Policy Manual as in the best interest of the Association and its members

In addition to the above, the Directors may authorize any officer or agent to enter into any contract, or execute and deliver any instrument in the name of and on behalf of the Association, and such authority may be general or confined to a specific instance, and unless so authorized by the Board of Directors, no officer, agent, or employee shall have any power or authority to bind the Association by any contract or to pledge its credit for any purposes or to any amount.

The Association shall have the right to retain all of or any part of any securities or properties acquired by it and to invest and reinvest any funds held by it, according to the judgment of the Board of Directors provided, however, that no action shall be taken by or on behalf of the Association if such action is a prohibited transaction or would result in the denial of Federal tax exemption to the Association under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended, or any successor provision or provisions thereto.

Section 2: ELECTION AND COMPOSITION
The Board of Directors shall consist of no less than ten, no more than twenty-five persons. Directors shall be appointed by the Board of Directors. The current Board will solicit nominees to fill any vacancies of the Board of Directors for the next Fiscal Year and the Board of Directors shall choose qualified individuals in accordance with a process to be determined by the Board of Directors and outlined in the Policy Manual.

Section 3: TERM OF OFFICE
For each designated position, Directors shall serve a two-year term, not to exceed three consecutive terms.

Section 4: VACANCIES
If a Director vacancy occurs for any reason, the position shall be filled by a Board of Directors appointee for the unexpired portion of the term.

Section 5: REMOVAL
A Director may be removed or suspended with or without cause by the vote of two-thirds of the Board of Directors present at a meeting where specific notice has been given regarding the removal of the Directors and a minimum of two-thirds of the Board of Directors is present at such a meeting. A Director may be removed or suspended for cause only after reasonable notice and opportunity to be heard before the Board of Directors.

Section 6: REGULAR MEETINGS
Meetings are open to all members of the Association.

The Board of Directors shall meet monthly, or at least ten meetings per year as set by the Association President. The presence of two-thirds of the Board of Directors shall constitute a quorum. A quorum is necessary to vote on any matter, except where some other number is required by law or by these bylaws. Proxy voting may be permitted by a method approved by the Board of Directors.

It is expected that Directors attend all board meetings, not to miss consecutive meetings without approval from the Executive Board. In the event of an anticipated absence, the secretary should be notified as soon as possible. Excessive absences may result in removal from the Board. Refer to Section 5.

Section 7: SPECIAL MEETINGS
Special meetings of the Directors may be held at any time and at any place when called by a majority of the Directors and/or the President.

Section 8: NOTICE OF MEETINGS
Notice of the time and place of each meeting shall be given to each Director by email or other electronic means at least five days or in extenuating or unforeseen circumstances at least twenty-four hours before the meeting. Notice need not specify the purpose of the meeting unless required by law, the Articles of Association, these bylaws, or unless there is to be considered at the meeting removal or suspension of a Director.

Any Director who attends the meeting without protesting the lack of notice to him or her before or at the commencement of the meeting shall be deemed to have received notice.

Section 9: ASSENT TO ACTION
A Director of the Board who is present at a meeting of the Directors at which action on any corporate matter is taken shall be presumed to have assented to the action taken unless the Director’s dissent or abstention is entered in the minutes of the meeting or the Director files a written dissent or abstention to the action with the Secretary of the meeting before the meeting is adjourned.

Section 10: BOARD ACTION
Any action required or permitted to be taken at any meeting of the Directors may be taken without a meeting if all the Directors consent to the action in writing and the written consents are filed with the records of the meetings of the Directors. Such consents shall be treated for all purposes as a vote at a meeting. Such consents may be provided by email or other electronic communication as allowed by law.

Section 11: USE OF ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Unless otherwise provided by law or the Articles of the Association, or these Bylaws, members of the Board of Directors may participate in a meeting of the board by means of virtual communication, as long as Directors participating in the meeting can hear one another. All such Directors shall be deemed to be present in person at such a meeting. The Board of Directors will explore and choose options for digital communication annually, and will implement the most viable option within the financial means of the Association.

Section 12: COMPENSATION
Directors shall not receive compensation for their services as Directors.

Section 13: CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Pursuant of the Massachusetts general law, the Directors of the Association owe a fiduciary duty to the Association to act in good faith and in a manner that they reasonably believe to be in the Association’s best interests. This duty of loyalty requires the Association’s Directors to exercise independent judgment on behalf of the Association, placing the Association’s best interests ahead of personal interests. In furtherance of this fiduciary responsibility, all Directors shall comply with the Association’s Conflict of Interest Policy. Such policy may, for purposes of approval by independent Directors of matters with respect to which a conflict of interest is present, vary the quorum and voting requirements specified in these Bylaws.


ARTICLE III: COMMITTEES
Section 1: COMMITTEES
The Board of Directors shall have the following standing committees, whose responsibilities shall be defined in their charters: Public Relations, Youth Art Month, Exhibitions, Awards, and Conference.

Except as otherwise described in these Bylaws, all Board Committees shall be advisory only, shall consist of individual Directors and general members, as appointed by the President, and shall serve at the discretion of the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall appoint committee members and each committee chairperson, as well as approve committee charters that describe the objectives and responsibilities of each Board Committee as documented in the policy manual. Unless the Directors otherwise determine, committee meetings shall be held at such places and at such times as the Chair of such committee shall determine. The Board may adopt rules for the government of any committee that are consistent with these Bylaws or, in the absence of rules adopted by the Board, the committee may adopt such rules.

Each committee shall make plans and initiate actions in conformance with overall strategic plans formulated by the Board of Directors and defined in its charter. At each Board meeting, each committee will report on its accomplishments and future plans.


ARTICLE IV: RECORDS
The Association shall keep correct and complete books and records of account of the activities and actions of the Association including a minute book which shall contain a copy of the Association’s application for tax-exempt status, copies of both federal and state information returns, Bylaws, and all amendments thereto. The Association shall also keep minutes of the proceedings of its Board of Directors meetings, and any committees with delegated authority of the Board. All books and records of the Association may be inspected by any Director, for any proper purpose at any reasonable time.


ARTICLE V: INDEMNIFICATION AND INSURANCE
Section 1: INDEMNIFICATION
The Association shall, to the extent legally permissible under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and consistent with the Association’s tax exempt status, indemnify each of its present and former Directors and any person who serves or has served, at the Association’s request, as Director, (and the heirs, executors and administrators of the foregoing) (the “Indemnified Person”) against all expenses and liabilities which the Indemnified Person has reasonably incurred in connection with or arising out of any action or threatened action, suit or proceeding, whether civil, criminal, administrative or investigatory, in which the Indemnified Person may be involved, directly or indirectly, by reason of serving or having served in a capacity identified above. Such expenses and liabilities shall include, but not be limited to, judgments, fines, penalties, court costs and attorney's fees and the cost of reasonable settlements. However, no such indemnification shall be made in relation to matters as to which such Indemnified Person shall be finally adjudged in any such action, suit or proceeding not to have acted in good faith in the reasonable belief that his or her action was in the best interests of the Association.

The foregoing right of indemnification shall not be exclusive of other rights to which any Indemnified Person may be entitled as a matter of law. The Association’s obligation to provide indemnification under these Bylaws shall be offset to the extent of any other source of indemnification or any otherwise applicable insurance coverage maintained by the Association or any other person.

Section 2: INSURANCE
The Association shall have the power to purchase and maintain insurance on behalf of its Directors, Chairs, employees, and other such “agents” against any expenses incurred in any proceeding and any liabilities asserted against any Officer, Director, Chair, employee, or agent in such capacity or arising out of the Officer’s, Director’s, Chair’s, employee’s, or agent’s status as such, whether or not the Association would have the powers to indemnify him against such expenses or liabilities under the provisions of this section.


ARTICLE VI: MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Section 1: AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS
These Bylaws may be altered, amended, or repealed and new Bylaws may be adopted by a two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors at any regular or special meeting called by the Board where a quorum of the current board is present. Specific notice shall be given regarding the proposed amendment(s).

Section 2: INTERPRETATION OF BYLAWS
In the event of any ambiguity or dispute in the interpretation of these Bylaws, such ambiguity or dispute shall be resolved by two-thirds vote of the Board of Directors. The Association will keep an Operations Manual that may clarify processes and procedures as described in the bylaws.

Section 3: RULES OF ORDER
The Board shall adopt rules of order as appropriate for conducting its meetings.

Section 4: LEGAL COMPLIANCE
All policies and activities of the Association shall be consistent with applicable federal, state, and local antitrust, trade regulation, or other legal requirements; and applicable tax exemption requirements including the requirements that the Association not be organized for profit and that no part of its earnings inure to the benefit of any private individual.







MISSION STATEMENT

The Massachusetts Art Education Association (MAEA) advances high quality visual arts education for all students by empowering ‍‍art educators‍‍ to excel in the practice, instruction, promotion, and celebration of visual art.

As a state affiliate, we support the mission, vision, and core values of the National Art Education Association.





   





 
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