The North Carolina Art Education Association (NCAEA) is the state's largest advocacy group dedicated to supporting visual arts education.
The NCAEA believes in the importance of visual arts education. Learning how to create and communicate visually is more than self expression. A visual arts education unlocks our ability to see things differently and think more imaginatively—a valuable skill in an innovation-driven economy.
We also understand that in these days of shrinking budgets and growing class sizes that it can be more difficult than ever to help students unlock the creativity which will shape their future.
That's why we provide unparalleled support for visual arts educators, students, and administrators working in schools, campuses, arts centers and museums. We invite you to read our website and learn how you can become a more effective teacher, stretch budgets, gain funding, network and build community, and add your voice to ours to champion the role of art in education and life success.
Asheville, NC | November 5-8
Join hundreds of NC educators to connect, create and celebrate 50 years of NCAEA. With dozens of workshops and CEU credit opportunities, this is the event of the year. Don't miss it!
Sponsoring a chapter of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) for students in grades 9-12 or National Junior Art Honor Society (NJAHS) for students in grades 6-9 magnifies the innovation, skills, and scholarship that your art program brings to your school and community.
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