The Florida Art Education Association
is a membership association dedicated to providing visual art educators in Florida with the knowledge, skills and support that will ensure the highest quality instruction possible to all students 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.Member Benefits
Helping you help your students
FAEA stands in solidarity with those protesting police brutality, systematic racism, and every life lost to racism. We pause and reflect on the role that arts education can play in advocating for social justice and amplifying historically silenced voices.
The work of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force reflects the values of FAEA's professional community, which stands firmly with those working as part of the Black Lives Matter movement. FAEA is committed to acknowledging, honoring, and promoting inclusive practices that embrace diversity and equity throughout the organization. FAEA is with you, and together we will do better to end discrimination while advocating for equity. FAEA invites its members to view the latest video on the Black Lives Matter website, and to reflect on the role that each one of us can play in advocating for social justice.
Dr. Jackie Henson-Dacey
Image Credit: A portrait of George Floyd by Nikkolas Smith from The people creating art to remember George Floyd (CNN)
NEW ART SOUTH FLORIDA: South Florida Cultural Consortium Exhibition, at the NSU Art Museum in Ft. Lauderdale - A Zoom Virtual Tour with director and chief curator Bonnie Clearwater.
Watch the video of our first Virtual Artist Bazaar, featuring the creations of Irina Ashcraft, Donna C. Haynes, Jack Matthews, Andrea Obenland, and Beverly Williams
If you registered for the FAEA Virtual Conference, most conference sessions will be available for on-demand watching through January 1. To view the recordings, click on a session in the conference schedule.
FAEA has on-demand digital learning available for free for all current members!
FAEA has collaborated with other arts associations throughout the state to sign on to an important position focused on the importance of Arts Education for all Florida students. We ask that you share this important information with your school administrators, school Board members, parents, and community.
The 2020 Member Virtual Exhibition is now available to view! Congratulations to all of the artists featured in the exhibition!
You can now view current and past K-12 Student Art Assessment & Virtual Exhibition winners in our new virtual gallery and slideshow viewer on our website!
FAEA provides a free job board for schools seeking art teachers and art teachers seeking jobs.
The official publication of the Florida Art Education Association
The Fall 2020 issue of Fresh Paint, the official magazine of the Florida Art Education Association, is now available. Featured in this issue: