Pennsylvania Art Education Association hung 218 works of art representing students K-12 from all over PA in the Youth Art Month Exhibit at the Pennsylvania Department of Education building in Harrisburg. The exhibit is open M-F 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM until April 11th. There will be an artist reception on Saturday, March 22nd from 1:00 – 3:00 PM. Thank you to all the PAEA members who participated in 2014 PAEA YAM Exhibit, we look forward to seeing many of you at the reception! Click here for invite: YAM 2014 Artist Reception Invite
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:
2014 YAM Exhibit Information
2014 YAM Labels
Save these dates:
February 14 (Friday): Artwork is due to your regional collector (see map and list)
March 22 (Saturday): Artist Reception from 1 – 3 PM at the PDE building in Harrisburg, 333 Market Street (Best parking is at: Chestnut Street Parking Garage)
Exhibition Dates: March 3 – April 11 M-F 8 AM-5 PM
For more information, come to the ‘YAM 101: Opportunities to Showcase Student Artwork’ presentation on Friday at 8:30 AM at the PAEA conference in Bethlehem!
Or contact our YAM representatives at: YAMPAEA@gmail.com
The annual PAEA Conference for 2014 is planned for Oct. 30-Nov. 2, 2014 at Seven Springs Resort near Somerset, PA. The theme for the conference is “Art is Natural.” One of the highlights of the conference will take place at Fallingwater, the Frank Lloyd Wright house where we will have tours, programs and a spectacular keynote speaker. We will also be hosting our awards ceremony and the student art exhibition here. Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington, PA will be planning workshops at Seven Springs throughout the weekend so participants will be able to learn from artists who teach there. Since our conference falls on Halloween weekend, don’t be surprised if we throw in a bit of “Trick or Treating” at our regional dinner. While this conference will be filled with rich professional development there are also plenty of recreational activities available at the resort. Fall is definitely a great time year to bring your family and take an extra day to enjoy your time in the Laurel Highlands.