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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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Conference Session Proposals

Interested in presenting at Conference? FAEA invites all members to submit session proposals by April 30th.

4/1/2018
Register Today for FAEA's Summer Workshops!

FAEA has two unique opportunities this summer in Sarasota and Palm Beach for members to learn, practice, and celebrate Asian art!

4/18/2018
Live Webcast: Submit a Session Proposal


Tuesday, April 24 at 7 PM, FAEA will be hosting a live Webcast to show interested presenters how easily they can submit a proposal. After a short presentation by Sheryl Depp from the Board of Directors, we will answer all of the questions you have about presenting and submitting a session proposal.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

4/18/2018
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 Winter 2017-2018 issue of Fresh Paint, the official publication of FAEA, is now available. Some highlights from this issue include:

  • Advocacy for Arts Education
  • Garden Rocks: Social Justice & Community
  • Member Virtual Exhibition Winners
  • 2017 FAEA Award Winners
  • A Florida Art History: 1990s

Plus, snapshots from the 2017 Annual Conference and information about the 2018 K-12 Student Art Assessment and Virtual Exhibition.

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