In response to the COVID-19 outbreak the State Transportation Building in Boston, where MAEA manages the 2nd Floor Atrium Gallery space, is currently closed to the public. The Statewide Youth Art Month exhibit and the Massachusetts Amazing Emerging Artists Recognitions exhibit, which were scheduled to come down March 26 will continue to stay on display until we have a better idea of when we can get the show down and work returned back to teachers and students.
If you need a piece returned to you sooner please contact us and we will do our best to make arrangements.
We are in uncharted territory and we appreciate your understanding and support as we navigate this together.
We are happy to share that the professional photographs taken at the Family Day Celebration have been shared with us. You can find the images here . Please feel free to share with your students and their families.
The Family Reception at the Worcester Art Museum was scheduled for this weekend, and while that was cancelled, we are happy to share the virtual tour for you to enjoy.
Congratulations and thank you to all the students with work in the exhibit, the teachers who support and inspire them, and to the group of teachers who annually volunteer their time to coordinate this exhibition. Thank you to the to the Worcester Art Museum for their continued support. And finally a huge thanks to Amanda Bastien, the Central MA Regional Exhibition Committee Chair and Elizabeth Buck the WAM Manager of Studio Class Programs.
March is Youth Art Month. There are many ways to participate in Youth Art Month 2020!
The MAEA and Worcester Art Museum are delighted to invite you and your students to participate in the 2020 Youth Art Month Central MA Regional Exhibit. This exhibit is free and open to all central MA teachers. We encourage each teacher to submit up to 4 pieces of student artwork, and join us for the family reception. All necessary information can be found on this [email protected] website.
March is Youth Art Month. There are many ways to participate in Youth Art Month 2020.
One way to join in on the Youth Art Month fun is by participating in the Statewide Youth Art Month exhibit! Join teachers from across the state as they celebrate the amazing work of their students. The exhibit will be displayed in Boston at the State Transportation Building.
All participating teachers for the Statewide Youth Art Month exhibit must register. Registration for the Statewide Youth Art Month Exhibit is free for MAEA members | Non-members pay $15. Registration closes January 10, 2020.
Celebrate Youth Art Month – Have your students enter the Youth Art Month Flag Contest sponsored by Sargent Art. This contest is open to students in grades K-12. Each teacher may submit up to 10 entries.
This year’s theme is TAKE A JOURNEY THROUGH ART.
One Grand Prize winner will receive: $250 to student PLUS $500 in Sargent Art supplies for your classroom.
One Elementary, Middle, and High School winner will receive: $100 worth of Sargent Art supplies to student PLUS $300 in Sargent Art supplies for your classroom.