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Supporting Art Education in Florida

 

Serving visual art teachers, professors, administrators, museum educators and students, the Florida Art Education Association: encourages research in art education; holds public discussions; sponsors institutes and conferences; publishes articles, reports and surveys; honors outstanding art educators and supporters; and works with other related agencies in support of visual arts education.

FAEA is also the only organization for visual art educators in Florida which actively participates in a program for government relations on behalf of visual arts education. When arts education is discussed in the legislature in Tallahassee, FAEA is working to support your programs.

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Register today for an FAEA Summer Workshop!

FAEA has several offerings that are accessible to members throughout Florida, including a virtual workshop! Register today to secure a spot in one of our hands-on workshops.

8/2/2021
Member Virtual Exhibition

The 2022 Member Virtual Exhibition is now open for submissions through August 31!

4/1/2021
Conference Session Proposals

Be a part of the 2022 FAEA Annual Conference in Orlando by presenting a clinic session or workshop! Conference session proposals will be accepted starting now until May 8, 2022.

4/19/2022
Awards Nominations

Nominations are now open for FAEA Awards. All nominations must be submitted by May 31, 2022.

5/26/2021
Support FAEA with Amazon Smile

When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates!

3/30/2021
Job Board

FAEA provides a free job board for schools seeking art teachers and art teachers seeking jobs.

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Fresh Paint

The official publication of the Florida Art Education Association

Fresh Paint Magazine

The Spring/Summer 2022 issue of Fresh Paint, the official magazine of the Florida Art Education Association, is now available. Featured in this issue:

  • Winners of the K-12 Student Art Assessment and Virtual Exhibition
  • Blacklight Acrylic Painting on Canvas
  • Improving Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Practices
  • What's Your Window? Connecting to Art Through the Entry Point Approach
  • Museum Spotlight: The Cummer Museum and Gardens
  • Division Updates
  • ...and more!
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