The Massachusetts Art Education Association is continuing a series of art education exhibitions in the second floor atrium/gallery space at the State Transportation Building in Boston.
In past years, Photography teachers for grades 9 – 12 have submitted student work for a “first” exhibit of each school year. The past photography exhibits were very well received, and we had lot of positive feedback from students, parents, and teachers as well as the general public and employees in the State Transportation Building.
The exhibit will open on Monday, October 3, 2016. It will hang until November 18, 2016.
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To better understand our programs, schedules, teaching loads, and issues, we have started a survey for independent school art educators. We will compile the results and share both via email and at the fall conference through a workshop specifically for independent school art educators.
Click here for the survey
Worcester public schools art educator Stacy Lord was accepted to the NASA SOFIA program. The rescheduled launch into the stratosphere is now scheduled for November 11 – 15.
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You spoke, we listened…..
For the past two years, MAEA leadership has been hearing numerous comments about the direction of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. After gathering much information and discussing the matters at length, we have decided to send a letter to Dennis Inhulsen, NAEA President, and the NAEA Board of Directors asking them to assist us in advocating for changes to the awards program. We hope to convince the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers to restore the program back to its roots in art education while fostering honesty, integrity, and equality.
We are aware that the transition of state affiliates in MA has been a rocky one, however, we do believe the issues we have are not with the state affiliate, rather with the Alliance itself.
To read the letter and NAEA policy statements on contests please click below.
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MassArt relaunches one of their art education graduate degrees – go to Opportunites for more information – click here
The Worcester Center for Crafts is currently beaming with pride as ArtsWorcester recently announced that our Executive Director Honee Hess will be receiving the 33rd ArtsWorcester Award, given to “an individual who has made extraordinary contributions to arts and culture in the city.” Honee and her incredible passion, dedication, and hard work will be celebrated at their annual meeting, Friday, September 12 at 6 p.m.. A reception and the opening of ArtsWorcester fall exhibits will follow.
ArtsWorcester’s Aurora Gallery
660 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01610
The National Coalition for CORE ARTS Standards launched the virtual National Core Arts Standards online on June 4th.
Help us celebrate the unveiling of standards written for and by arts educators to support quality teaching and learning.