A Statewide Assessment for Visual Art Students
Thank you to all of the students, teachers, and schools that participated this year. Letters with students' scores and certificates have been mailed to each teacher.
Virtual exhibitions of the artworks that received an "Award of Excellence" or an "Award of Excellence with Distinction" are now available. The virtual gallery will be updated regularly when release forms and payments are submitted.
Students that received an "Award of Excellence with Distinction" for a perfect score will be on display at the 2019 FAEA Conference in Ponte Vedra Beach on November 7-10.
FAEA is happy to announce the winners of the 2019 K-12 Student Art Assessment & Virtual Exhibition!
Clearwater High School (Grade 10)
Teacher: Clayton Burkey
North Beach Elementary (Grade 4)
Teacher: Rachel Silver
Steps & Tunes
Safety Harbor Middle School (Grade 7)
Teacher: Nicole Eiler
marker on paper
Lake Region High School (Grade 11)
Teacher: Emily Griest
FAEA is pleased to announce that Sargent Art will generously sponsor prizes for the FAEA K-12 Student Art Assessment and Virtual Exhibition!
Sargent Art will provide student and teacher prizes as follows:
Sargent Art will send a Participation Gift to each school after receiving from the Principal the following information (to be emailed directly to Sargent Art): 1. School enrollment number; 2. Number of Art Teachers; 3. Number of entries submitted to K-12 Student Art Assessment and Virtual Exhibition. Form provided during submission process.
The purpose of the program is to serve as a statewide assessment for visual art and promote the achievements of students enrolled in visual art classes throughout Florida.
Download the Support Letter to show your administration the importance of this program.
Adjudication will take place in March, and results will be sent out in April. The judging process is conducted virtually by a minimum of three judges who have received FAEA training in scoring artworks for exhibition. The jurors work independently of each other. All entries are adjudicated "blind" by the judges (artist name, school, and district are not visible to the judges).
Selection criteria is based on these 4-point rubrics:
Entries that receive an "Award of Excellence with Distinction" are featured in a virtual exhibition that highlights all artworks awarded with a perfect score. Entries who received an "Award of Excellence" or an "Award of Excellence with Distinction" have their artwork in their school division's virtual exhibition (Elementary, Middle School, High School).