Resources

Arizona Art Education Association resources for art educators, including our newsletter, lesson plans, regional workshops and professional development

Make Your Own Fiber Clay Mask in Sedona

Saturday, June 17, 2017 — We invite you to join us make your own fiber clay mask. Joanie Wolter will host this workshop in beautiful Sedona. Learn skills in a simple, relaxed, creative atmosphere and take home a beautiful piece. This class is appropriate for all levels of artist.  

Art and Science Integration in Flagstaff

September 10, 2016 — In this workshop, we will examine the role of the art teacher in integrating other content areas, specifically science. Hands on activities will provide examples of how to create a thematic unit that spans grade levels kindergarten through fifth grade.

August 2016 Newsletter

Special thanks to Summer Schaudt for her dedication of time and talent to create this amazing newsletter! We hope you find it helpful in learning about YOUR Arizona Art Education Association and our state conference, Media Mosaics to be held November 10-12th. Enjoy!

Arts Standards: Artistic Literacy for All

Robert Waller created this amazing document to help understand the new visual art standards that go into effect this 2016-2017 calendar year. Please to print and review this very important document.

National Convention Encouragement Letter

The National Art Education Association shares your vision for ensuring that your students receive the best possible education and that your faculty possesses a deep knowledge and understanding of contemporary learning and assessment practices within the standards environment. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) provides further opportunities for teachers to focus on the four Cs of collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking—all components of a quality visual arts education. 

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