2015 YAM Exhibit at PDE – DEADLINE Feb 15th

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PAEA is hosting a K–12 Youth Art Month Exhibit at the Pennsylvania Department of Education building in Harrisburg.

Each PAEA member can submit 3 works of student art for this exhibit.

Please see submissions guidelines for more information on how to participate:

2015 YAM Package – Instructions

Try these handy labels :

2015 YAM_Fillable Label

Save these dates:

February 13 (Friday): Artwork is due to your regional collector (see map and list)

March 21 (Saturday): Artist Reception from 1 – 3 PM

Pennsylvania Department of Education

333 Market Street

Harrisburg, PA 17126

(Best parking is at: Chestnut Street Parking Garage)

Exhibition Dates: March 2 – April 17 M-F 8 AM-5 PM

 

Contact our YAM representatives at: YAMPAEA@gmail.com

2015 Pennsylvania Art Education Association State Conference

 

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    Harrisburg, PA

October 16,17, and 18, 2015 

 

What is it like to be an art educator today? What do we feel and how are we going with the flow of the demands of 21st century education and society. As caretakers of students’ creative minds in today’s schools, where are we going and what ideas lead the way?

Look forward to 2015 PAEA State Art Education conference, get the Feel and the Flow of Art Education, in Harrisburg, 2015. Plan to attend the PAEA conference 2015, one block from the mighty Susquehanna riverfront at the Harrisburg Hilton, Oct. 16th -18th.

Check for updates on the PAEA Conference website.  http://www.paeaconference.org/

Our 2015 Keynote Speakers:

Fusaro Joe Web

Joe Fusaro is the Senior Education Advisor for Art21, visual arts chair for the Nyack Public Schools in New York.

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Olivia Gude is an associate professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago and founding director of Spiral Workshop.

JHeywood Rawlings

Dr. James Haywood Rolling, Jr, author of “Swarm Intelligence“, and dual professor of art education and teaching & leadership, Dr. James Haywood Rolling Jr. serves as chair of Syracuse University’s art education programs, which are based in the University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts and School of Education.
This conference is not to be missed.