SchoolArts Magazine

March 2018

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Created by art educators, for art educators! Founded in 1947, the National Art Education Association (NAEA) is the leading professional membership organization exclusively for visual arts educators. NAEA is dedicated to providing visual arts educators worldwide with connectivity to a network of like-minded artists and educators, outstanding resources, and opportunities to strengthen classrooms and communities, enhance careers, and inspire creativity. CONNECTIVITY Connect virtually, and in person, to a network of thousands of visual arts educators who are actively engaged in visual arts, teaching, and learning. Tap into information and opportunities specific to your teaching level or geographic region. The possibilities are endless. Be a part of your national professional association—created by art educators, for art educators! NAEA COLLABORATE NAEA Collaborate, our NEW 24/7 online community, is available exclusively to members. Have a question ranging from classroom management to research? Want to share an idea or gain some inspiration? You have a network of thousands of visual arts educators to collaborate with anytime, anywhere—at your fingertips! SUBSCRIPTIONS Members receive a free subscription to Art Education , the premier professional journal for art educators, which includes timely articles, instructional resources, and more. You'll also get NAEA News, the official newsletter of the National Art Education Association, to keep you in touch with what is happening in art education across the country and around the globe. A $72 value, both publications arrive in print as well as digitally—search and share! ONLINE PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Members have unlimited access to Virtual Art Educators. Engage in live and archived monthly webinars for FREE and earn professional development credit from NAEA or university credit through California State University, Chico. You'll also have access to dozens of archived recordings of select NAEA National Convention sessions spanning nine years. See keynotes from Tim Gunn, Chuck Close, Jaune Quick–to–See Smith, Carrie Mae Weems, and many more. MEMBERSHIP IN YOUR STATE ART EDUCATION ASSOCIATION If you live in a state listed below, your NAEA membership also includes membership to your state art education association [www.arteducators.org/ community/state-associations] and all of the benefits this membership has to offer. Be connected locally, nationally, and internationally! AK, AL, APO, AR, AZ, CA CT, DC, DE, GA, HI, IA, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, NE, NM, NV, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, UT, VA, VT, WA, WI, WV, WY NAEA MEMBERS HAVE ACCESS TO: NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETIES Opportunities for national recognition, scholarships, and connectivity to 58,000+ outstanding art students are available to your middle or high school students as members of a National Art Honor Society (NAHS) or National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) chapter. Only NAEA members can sponsor official NAHS/ NJAHS chapters. IN-PERSON PROFESSIONAL LEARNING NAEA offers a variety of national summer programs created specifically for visual arts educators. Explore topics and opportunities that include museum studies, design in the classroom, and the NAEA National Leadership Conference. Members get first dibs and major discounts on registration. ADVOCACY NAEA makes it easy for you to take action, build relationships with your member of Congress's office, and highlight the advocacy work you are doing in your community and schools. Access resources for you to customize and start advocating with ease— ranging from writing letters to speaking out. #VisualArtsEdMatters WHAT NAEA MEMBERS ARE SAYING F O C U S O N 54 MARCH 2018 SchoolArts

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