Sunday, September 17, 2023

2023 Condition of the Arts in Kansas Survey

If you have not done so yet--we would appreciate it if you could take a few moments out of your schedule this week to fill out the survey.

2023 Condition of the Arts in Kansas Survey

The Kansas Art Education Association invites you to complete our 2023 Condition of the Arts in Kansas Survey. While we know this will take a few minutes of your time, we have tried to keep responses as quick and easy as possible. The data collected is confidential and will be available as a public resource to advocate for art programs across the state. We sent a similar surveyfive years ago and are updating this valuable resource. 

Our original results are available for your review here

Thank you for your time and energy in supporting art education programs across the state. 

Please use the following link to complete this year's survey:

If possible, please respond by September 22nd. The results will be compiled and made available during the KAEA Fall Professional Development Conference in October.

Natalie Brown

Saturday, September 16, 2023

October Book Club

 The next KAEA Book Club meeting will be held October 1st at 7 PM, discussing 

Growing Up Ugly, Memoirs of a Black Boy Daydreaming by James Haywood Rolling Jr.

James Haywood Rolling Jr. will be the keynote speaker for the 2023 KAEA Fall Professional Development Conference. In preparation for that event, the KAEA Book Club will be reading his book and discussing the week before the conference.

Katie Morris is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: October Book Club
Time: Oct 1, 2023 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 885 9388 1389
Passcode: 428360

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.