Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Newsletter Articles Wanted!

We want your stories and photos for the KAEA Newsletter!

Submission Deadline is April 1st!
Have something great to share?
Topic ideas can include but are not limited to:
•Youth Art Month
•Lessons or classroom ideas
•Art inspiration
•Upcoming KAEA/NAEA events
•KAEA's impact on you, your teaching, or your students

Please submit your story, article and photographs to newsletter@kaea.com

Thanks! Questions? Audra Shelite at newsletter@kaea.com #ksarted

#KAEA2019 Workshop Proposals


The 2019 KAEA Conference Committee is currently accepting
workshop proposals for the Fall Professional Development 
Conference taking place at Johnson County Community College 
in Overland Park on October 10-12.

The quality of the sessions makes or breaks any art education conference! Please consider sending in a conference proposal this year and sharing your brilliance and expertise in art education with the whole state!

It is a fabulous addition to any resume, PD points galore, and truly provides a service to the profession by spreading the amazing things that are going on in your room!

Proposals are due April 15th this year which is early but it will allow for a more collaborative experience for the presenters before the conference.

Not sure what to present on?
We surveyed our members and found that most want to take sessions that are media/studio focused. In second was sessions about cultural connections, cross-curricular connections, and then art history based sessions.
Sessions can be 50 or 90 minutes long

This is the link to the presentation form: 

The conference planning team can’t wait to see your
presentation proposals!

Note the early deadline date!
Proposals are due April 15th

You will receive notification on your proposal by June 15th


KAEA Mission Statement

KAEA is dedicated to the advancement of the human and cultural understanding through the study of art by providing opportunities for professional growth and development, exchange of knowledge and ideas, and service and leadership for the advancement of quality art education.