- MAEA Professional Development Offerings
- National Art Education Association
- Virtual NAEA Professional Development – Free for MAEA Members. Acknowledge your learning with university credit from the nationally accredited School of Education at California State University, Chico by accruing 15 hours for 1 unit of university credit for your NAEA professional development efforts. Participate in 15 NAEA webinars (live or archived) or combine the webinar hours with the NAEA Virtual Conference hours, and/or NAEA Preconference Sessions to reach your 15 hours. Bundle Webinars for specific topics.
- Annual Convention
- National Leadership Conference
- Regional Leadership Conference
- School for Art Leaders
- International Delegations
- ARTWORKS Studios
- Fitchburg State
- Peabody Essex Museum
- Museum of Fine Arts
- Snow Farm: The New England Craft Program
Museum of Fine Arts Professional Development Opportunities
Art and Science: Conservation Center Open House: The MFA’s first back-in-person session for K-12 educators and college faculty is coming up next Wednesday, November 9, 4:00 pm–6:30 pm. Visit the Conservation labs to learn about the incredible work conservators do in art and science at the MFA. Visit Art and Science: Conservation Center Open House to reserve your free ticket!
Online Educator Workshop – Save the Date: Wednesday January 11, 2023, 4 -5:30pm EST, in connection with the exhibition Hear Me Now: The Black Potters of Old Edgefield, South Carolina, presented through a collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The High Museum, and the University of Michigan Museum of Art. More information coming soon.
Posted November 2, 2022
Adaptive Approaches and Creative Journaling for the 21st Century Art Educator
The NBAM/ArtWorks! Art educator professional development workshop is offered in collaboration with Southeastern Massachusetts Educational Collaborative.
Location: McCoy Recreation Center New Bedford
181 Hillman Street, New Bedford, MA, 02740 MACourse #: 2022-33
Course Info Contact: Sherri Tetrault, 508-998-5599 ex 130, email@example.com
Instructors: Susan Loesl, Taylor Hickey, Devin “Nived” McLaughlin
Registration deadline is October 30. Requests for withdrawals and refunds must be made prior to deadline. All cancellations subject to a $50 administration fee.
Session I: Topic Virtual Interactive Presentation: Adaptive Art Strategies for All Learners
Art educators can be challenged to create opportunities for students with disabilities in the art room. This workshop focuses on discussing and trying adaptive tools, techniques and media as strategies to support all the learners in the artmaking process. Examples of adapted art activities will also be presented. Specific student and tweaked lesson plan questions are encouraged.
Session II: “Smash Book” Journals
Join NBAM/ArtWorks! educators Taylor Hickey and Devin ‘Nived Art’ McLaughlin as they lead you step-by-step through creating your own mixed media piano-hinge journals.This project is designed to meld the teaching styles of step by step instruction and open ended problem solving. Participants will be given all the tools to create the journal and freedom to think creatively and make a unique art piece.
This type of artful journaling captures ideas with writing, drawing, painting, or pasting memorabilia and other embellishments into your hand made book. You can use this book as a dream journal, scrapbook, poetry book, personal diary, sketch book, or lesson planner! The limit is your own imagination!
All materials will be included but please feel free to bring your own personal embellishments, clippings, or favorite art mediums to personalize your creation. Base paper stock size 9×12.
Posted October 25, 2022
Come explore how to integrate the role of fiber arts into Social Justice themes, Social Emotional Learning, History-Social Sciences, English Language Arts, and more.
Online virtual institute via Zoom for teachers, grades 3-8, all subjects
JULY 18-22, 2022 | 9:00-2:30
• Applicable for distance, hybrid, and in-person settings
• Worktime for lesson activity development included
• Participation in hands-on, interactive activity
• Optional CEUs available
• No cost to attend
Learn more and register here. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles in partnership with UCBerkeley History-Social Science Project. Funded by the California Cultural and Historical Endowment, California Natural Resources Agency
Posted June 6, 2022
Posted June 6, 2022
Audience: Arts content leaders/lead teachers, arts content coaches, and arts coordinators, arts content designees invited to attend by a district’s curriculum director or school principal, and returning members of the 2020-2021 Arts Leaders Network
Locations and Dates: 10/20/21, 11/10/21, 12/8/21, 1/19/22, 3/16/22, 5/4/22; Main sessions run 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm with optional working group sessions from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Questions: Dawn Benski, Dawn.M.Benski@mass.gov
Posted July 5, 2021
The Arts Leaders Network will support PreK-12 arts leaders to collaborate, to engage in discussions relevant to the arts and their role as leaders, and to share resources and strategies for addressing various arts content priorities across the state. Participants will be able to try out and discuss current and new arts instructional materials developed by DESE and connect with other arts leaders from across the Commonwealth.
This September 14 and 15, 2021, AEP invites you join to our second ever Virtual Gathering. While we are eager to convene in person, we have decided to host our annual event virtually given continued uncertainty and safety concerns.
Posted June 26, 2021
Consensus is an artistic game of “Telephone” that provides participants the option to respond to a work of art using any arts medium to help better understand the work around us. This collaborative project was developed by Sally Taylor.
Inspired by Sally Taylor’s global creative initiative—The Consenses Curriculum is a beautifully crafted, unique, multidisciplinary approach to building social-emotional skills through the arts. Participants engage in a structured collaborative process of creating “Interpretive Chains,” using a range of media to engage all five senses as they build understanding and appreciation for the value of diverse perspectives and the equality of all voices.
Posted June 26, 2021
Arts Are Core: Building Community Online Conference Register Now!
Arts Are Core presents an online conference experience with hands-on arts integration workshops in visual art, dance, music, drama, and poetry. Participate in teacher-created workshops and engaging presentations centered around our conference theme, Building Community. Participants will chat with presenters and fellow educators throughout the conference, walking away with enriched lesson plans connected to core curriculum, including downloadable resources to start the coming school year with creativity and energy!
Keynote Presenter:Glenis Redmond, Award-Winning Poet and Kennedy Center Teaching Artist
- 8:30AM-2:30PM, August 4th, Online Conference presented by the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Endowed Program for Elementary Arts Education at Utah State University
- Network with fellow educators, live Q&A with presenters, post-conference access to all recorded sessions, handouts, and resources
- For a detailed schedule, presenter list, workshop descriptions, and additional conference information see the Arts Are Core: Building Community website
- Join our conference Facebook Group to chat with other conference attendees
- $25.00 for Educators
- $10.00 for University Students
Re-licensure points, CEU credit, and SUU academic credit available!