Intensive Clay, Glaze, and Firing Class for Art Teachers
WHERE: At AMACO in Indianapolis, IN
WHEN: Mon June 24 - Fri June 28, 8:30-5pm.
Last kilns will be unloaded on Saturday June 29th 10-noon.
All levels of experience are welcome!
Topics covered include:
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It’s time to nominate an amazing art teacher!
There are many great art teachers in Indiana, and AEAI wants to recognize their contributions to the children of Indiana. Please take a few minutes to nominate an art teacher you know who makes a difference in the lives of children. Nominations for 2013 are due June 15. Award recipients will be recognized at our annual convention in Indianapolis in October.
CLICK HERE for descriptions of the awards
Summer Art Teacher Retreat 2013
Plan now to attend... You deserve it!!
DOWNLOAD the application HERE
For more information contact:
Trish Korte: firstname.lastname@example.org or Kevin Schultz: email@example.com
YAM 2013 Statehouse Celebration
With over 1,000 students, parents, and teachers in attendance, our Youth Art Month Statehouse Celebration on March 3rd was a huge hit! Thank you to everyone who came and helped us to celebrate another successful statehouse celebration. Our keynote speaker Glenda Ritz, State Superintendent of Schools spoke of her continued support for arts education and officially proclaimed March 3rd as Youth Art Day in Indiana. To see a list of the winners and photographs from the event, check out our YAM website by clicking HERE.
Arts Advocacy Day is February 14th
The Indiana Coalition For the Arts will hold their annual Arts Advocacy Day at the Indiana State
Capitol on February 14th. Check out our advocacy page and/or our advocacy blog for more information.
Please consider joining us and other arts advocates as we communicate the importance of fine arts experience in our schools and in our communities to members of the Indiana General Assembly.
District 1 Upcoming Workshops
Convention 2012 was a Huge Success!!
Thank you to everyone who came to Columbus and presented, collaborated, participated, created, and celebrated with us. We hope you enjoyed it! We will have photos up on the site soon.
If you did not get a chance to take our survey at convention, please click here to take it online. Your feedback will help us improve convention 2013.
To download handouts and presentations from the sessions and workshops, click here to go to the livebinder.
Convention 2012 is Almost Here!
You can no longer register for the convention online. If you would like to attend the convention but have not registered yet, you can either download the registration form here, print and mail it in or register on site at the conference in Columbus.
Here is a list of things to think about as you are gathering what you need and preparing to come to Columbus:
NEW - United Art & Education announced today "We’ve decided to try to help Henryville once again, by taking donations at our booth at the conference this Saturday. For every $5 donation, we will give a $10 Gift Card to Henryville. " So stop by their booth at convention and donate!
Click here to go to our convention page for all convention information.
Youth Art Month Flag Competition 2013
Don’t wait until March to begin your celebration of Youth Art Month! Have your students complete entries for the YAM Flag Design contest. Schools throughout the U.S. are holding flag design competitions. Each state will select a design, which will be made into a flag and flown in Washington, DC during March, which is celebrated as Youth Art Month.
New this year - the flag competition is open to all students in grades K-12 (limit four entries per teacher). Flag designs will be voted on at the annual convention in November.
For more information about the flag competition and to download the flag template, go to the Youth Art Month website by clicking on the button below:
Join the AEAI Listserve
By joining the AEAI Listserve, you will receive the most up-to-date information on scheduled workshops, conferences, advocacy issues, teacher positions, and other vital aspects that are related to art education in Indiana. Join AEAI Google Groups to recieve email from AEAI.
Subscribe to AEAI Google Groups by going to https://accounts.google.com/ServiceLogin?passive=true&hl=en&service=groups2&continue=http%3A%2F%2Fgroups.google.com&cd=US&ssip=g3 If you are already a member of Google, just log in and search for the "AEAI" group. If you are not a member, join Google Groups and then search for the AEAI group. If you have any problems, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Google Calendar:
To view the AEAI calendar, go to Google Calendar and search for AEAI or go to
To place an item on the calendar, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Nominations
Opportunity to serve the AEAI: Nominations for the AEAI Executive Council, 2012-2013
According to the AEAI Constitution and Bylaws the following positions will be elected at this year’s 2012 Fall Convention:
If you are interested in serving, nominating someone to serve in one of these positions, or have questions, please contact:
Brad Venable, AEAI Past President
For Duties and Responsibilities, go to: www.aeai.org/sitepage.asp
AEAI is the professional organization for art education at all levels in the state of Indiana.
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