Nominate an outstanding art educator and friend of the arts to recognize their commitment and contributions to the visual arts in North Carolina. All nominations must come from NCAEA members. The nominator or nominee should complete this form with the required materials. All questions may be directed to email@example.com
Friends of the arts awards will be recognized in two categories and do not have to be members of NCAEA/NAEA.
All other award nominees must be current members of NCAEA/NAEA to be eligible.
Friends of the Arts I - NC Principals or Administrators - Non-member NCAEA, Nominee has record of supporting the visual arts in his/her schools (no vita required)
Friends of the Arts II - Corporations, community people, organizations, groups - Non-member NCAEA, significant contributions to the visual arts in North Carolina (no vita required)
NCAEA Art Educator of the Year (NAEA State Art Educator of the Year) - NCAEA/NAEA Members - Outstanding contributions and achievements within North Carolina
COMC's Ester Page Hill Award - NCAEA/NAEA Members - Strong and consistent support of multi-ethnic art education
NCAEA/NAEA Special Needs Art Educator - NCAEA/NAEA Members who teach students with special needs - Significant contribution to students with special needs in the visual arts
NCAEA/NAEA State, Regional and National Division Awards for Art Education - NCAEA/NAEA Members within a division in NC: Elementary, Middle, Secondary, Higher Ed, Museum, Supervision/ Administration, Retired - Significant contribution to an individual’s division in the visual arts
NCAEA Rookie Teacher of the Year - NCAEA Members who are Beginning Teachers (BT 1, 2, or 3) - An exemplary initial contribution by a BT who demonstrates the potential for development
NCAEA/NAEA Student Chapter Sponsor - NCAEA/NAEA Members/Sponsors of College/University Student Chapters - An exemplary student chapter - Please include a list of activities
National Junior High Art Honor Society Sponsor - NCAEA/NAEA Members/Sponsors of National Junior High Art Honor Society - An exemplary student chapter - Please include a list of activities
National Art Honor Society Sponsor - NCAEA/NAEA Members/Sponsors of National Art Honor Society - An exemplary student chapter - Please include a list of activities
2017 NCAEA Professional Development Conference
October 26-29, 2017 | Wilmington NC
You're invited to the
NCAEA's Professional Development Conference
"Exploring unchARTed Horizons"
in Wilmington, North Carolina
WOW! Another adventure in Professional Development with the North Carolina Art Education Association! Mark your calendar and start planning today! So EXCITED to be in Wilmington!
Region 5 - Please join us for this great professional development event. NCAEA-Region 5 Workshop
Hello! Alamance, Asheboro, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Elkin, Forsyth, Guilford, Lexington, Mount Airy, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Thomasville, Surry, and Yadkin county teachers! We are excited about having a Saturday workshop on May 20th with the dynamic, Joyce Teta at the Old Church in Bethania, NC.
JOYCE TETA founded Calligraphy Centre in 1984 in the Triad and is well-known for her enthusiastic teaching, especially working with children. She is an artist and teacher, encouraging many with her generous open studio approach as well as regularly scheduled workshops. She is one of the most inclusive practitioners, always looking for ways for others to join the fun/movement..
It will be a fun and creative day. We plan to have coffee, pastries and lunch. There are walk trails around the property so feel free to take advantage of those after lunch! Looking forward to seeing you! We hope to see you there! See google form -goo.gl/forms/gS7TjXHVvyhAzkMD3 for more info. -Frann Paige and Jennifer Willard - region 5 co-chairs
The Haw River State Park: The Summit
2017 NAEA National Convention, March 2–4, 2017, New York, NY
The 2017 NAEA National Convention will be held March 2-4, 2017 in New York City at the Hilton New York and Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers.
2017 NAEA National Convention Program Co-Coordinators: Debbie Greh & Joni Acuff
2017 NAEA National Convention theme: The Challenge of Change
Change is a difficult, unpredictable and unwieldy process, yet it is inevitable, especially in this dynamic, ever changing world. 2017 marks the 70th anniversary of the National Art Education Association. With this milestone anniversary in sight, the 2017 NAEA National Convention seeks to reflect upon our rich history and look to the future to identify the many challenges ahead for the field of art education.
Change is, essentially, effective action which acknowledges multiple narratives of history and philosophy; effective action respects the needs of diverse learners, embraces new philosophies of teaching and addresses social justice. As learners and educators, we experiment with innovative elements of technology and design and explore social media with respect for the past and an eye to the future.
Change is never complete and that is the real challenge: it is a continuous cycle that requires both vision and action. NAEA seeks proposals that inform and inspire action through civil discourse and generate practical conversations for envisioning the future of art education.
Go to: https://www.arteducators.org/events/national-convention for more information.
Leading Through Arts & Innovation:
Inspire, Innovate & Imagine
October 6 - October 9
Reynolda House, Winston Salem, NC
The deadline for workshop and presentation proposals have been graciously extended to April 22, 2016.
If you have an idea for either, please go to the following links to complete your proposal in time. The above date is finalized, so don't delay!
We will introduce you to a simple process that engages colleagues and builds deeper understanding of each other’s sense of purpose and pedagogy.
The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is partnering with Meredith College, the NC Arts Education Leadership Coalition, and the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources to host the first ever “ArtsR4Life” professional development conference for NC K-12 Arts Educators in Dance, Music, Theatre Arts, and Visual Arts.
Today's the deadline to sign up for the workshop on September 1, 2015.
Register and create your Personalized Learning Plan here. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with your invoice for payment of the registration fee ($35.00). NCDPI must receive payment by Friday, August 28, 2015.
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Dear Valued Commercial Exhibitor
The North Carolina Art Education Association’s annual statewide Professional Development Conference is November 5-8, 2015 in Asheville, NC. We hope you are planning to join us. Please follow the link below to our online registration site. The home page has an abundance of information for both attending vendors and those wishing to provide services without attending.
We hope that we can provide many opportunities to help you promote your business at our conference. You can register for one or more booth spaces, you can provide materials in our conference bags, you may send materials for an unmanned table and also you may purchase ad space in our program booklet. Allare conveniently provided on this one registration site. Plus, you can also let us know if you wish to provide door prizes, silent auction items or supplies for the raffle tub.
There will be ample acknowledgement of your support for the organization in our brochures and email notification to our members. Contact will be made later to get animage of your logo for ads, provide you with more exhibition service options and to give you a shipping address. Those that register for “stuffing” materials for the conference bag will also be sent address information on where you may send your shipments anytime.
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