Submit an article, short update or even photos of student work for publication. The deadline for the Fall/Winter publication is October 4.
Submissions may include:
- Feature Articles (1200-1500 words) related to teacher education, school/classroom practice, policy issues, socio cultural issues, program administration, research projects, and anything else of general interest to the MAEA community.
- Personal Accounts (500-700 words), including stories and tips from the classroom and descriptions of successful activities. We would also like personal accounts from students who have interesting stories to share.
- Book or Material Reviews (400-750 words), including resources for teachers, textbooks, apps, websites, and software. Book/material reviews should include a disclosure if you were compensated in anyway for the review.
- Brief Reports (500-900 words)that describe what is going on in all parts of the Art Education world. This may include K-12 programs, college and universities, early childhood programs, etc., as well as reports on conference presentations and papers.
Note that these are guidelines only. If you have an idea for a contribution that falls outside of these guidelines please email Jane McKeag at email@example.com
Check out the most recent edition of the MAEA News, out now!
The spring/summer edition of the MAEA
News includes the President’s Message from Laura Marotta, as well as articles about A Local Student Art Exhibit at the Boston Easy Community Art Gallery by Coni Moore, A Look from Inside a Private Special Needs Program by Lydia Gruner, Incorporating Social and Emotional Understanding in the Art Classroom by Kay Furst, Art Education and the Rebirth of a Community by Laura Marotta, and much more. Check it out today.
We are currently accepting articles for the Spring/Summer edition of the MAEA News. We want to hear from you!
Articles could include more about a successful lesson you’ve recently taught; a program you are putting together for your community; or how you are engaging visitors to an exhibit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
to submit article or to discuss article ideas.
We want to hear from you! We are currently accepting articles for the Spring/Summer edition of the MAEA News. Articles could include more about a successful lesson you’ve recently taught; a program you are putting together for your community; or how you are engaging visitors to an exhibit.
Check out the convention edition of the MAEA News. In this issue you’ll find the President’s Message from Laura Marotta, as well as articles from Shannon Carey, Jessica Sassaman, Diane B. Jaquith, Diana Adams Woodruff, Helen Downey, Tobey Eugenio, Margaret McSweeny, and Tamera Burns.
The article deadline for the spring/summer edition of the MAEA News is June 7. Learn more here.
On February 12, 2019 the Massachusetts Board of Elementary and Secondary Education approved the release of the draft 2019 Arts Curriculum Framework for public comment. It has been almost 20 years since the state’s arts standards were last revised in 1999, and the new draft makes several important changes. Specifically, it:
- Recognizes media arts as a discipline alongside dance, music, theatre, and visual arts;
- Utilizes a new organizational structure that
- Is consistent across disciplines, supporting integration,
- Integrates content from the 1999 framework’s Connections strand into the discipline-specific standards,
- Includes standards for artistic practice aligned to the National Core Arts Standards;Provides more detailed learning expectations, with two-year instead of four-year grade spans.
- Provides more detailed learning expectations, with two-year instead of four-year grade spans.
- Adds guiding principles focused on engaging students and ensuring exposure to wider range of cultures and styles.
The Department wants to hear from you! Please review the draft and provide comments using this survey. Email Craig Waterman with any questions.
Make some time this week to check out the most recent edition of The MAEA News, the official digital publication of MAEA that comes out three times a year.
In this issue you’ll find the President’s Message from Laura Marotta, as well as articles from Tamera Burns, Tobey Eugenio, Kay Furst, and Jessica Sassaman. You’ll also find everything you need to know for the Boston Convention, Youth Art Month, and the Recognitions Exhibit, as well as a review of our most recent Instagram Takeovers. Check it out here.
Calling all MAEA members – submit your article idea today. The deadline for the next publication is October 1.
Articles submitted should include high resolution images and signed photo release. Learn more here.
Email your article ideas or questions to email@example.com
Volume 3 Issue 1 just released featuring:
Letter from our President, Laura Marotta; Upcoming Events; Journey to TAB; Revamping the YAM Flag/Banner Design; Youth Art Month Exhbitis; Cosmetology, Science, and Racism: A Unit on Art Literacy Centered in Students’ Lives; Starting a Chapter of the National Art Honor Society.
Click here for the pdf.