It's International Arts Education Week!
May 20 - 26, 2013
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AEA is calling all contributors to the 2012 editions - please read on!
Click here for an update on the 2012 editions of the AEA journal publication Australian Art Education.Read more...
Art Education Australia (AEA) endorses this urgent call for increased funding for tertiary arts education by the DDCA (The Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts).
AEA also calls for urgent and substantial increase in funding for arts education in primary and secondary schools and importantly in preservice and inservice teacher education.
View the first E-Newsletter for InSEA 2014 here!
In this issue:
The Congress, "Diversity through Art", will be held in Melbourne, Australia from July 7 to July 11, 2014.
Register now for more congress information at www.insea2014.com
The National Advocates for Arts Education (NAAE) welcomes Creative Australia, and particularly its focus on a ‘National Arts and Culture Accord’ and ‘A Universal Arts Education for Lifelong Learning and to drive Creativity and Innovation’.
Read the NAAE response here!
TALES OF ART AND CURIOSITY: CANTERBURY 2013
Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury Campus, England
Monday June 24 - Wednesday June 26, 2013Read more...
Art Education Australia (AEA), the national peak body for visual arts education and educators is delighted to announce the appointment of Rachel Mason, Professor in Art Education, at the University of Roehampton, UK., to the position of Research Director, Art Education Australia and Linda Knight, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education, QUT, as Assistant Research Director.Read more...
“Advocacy White Papers for Art Education” are a collection of 14 essays written in response to the NAEA report, Learning in a Visual Age: The Critical Importance of Visual Arts Education. These essays communicate the value of visual arts education in a constantly changing educational environment and demonstrate why visual arts education is important for meeting each student’s educational needs. We urge you to share the White Papers for Art Education with colleagues, policy makers, supervisors and administrators, preservice art educators, and parents.
Visit http://www.arteducators.org/advocacy/whitepapers to download the essays.