Calling ALL Presenters:
Do you have a something new, fun, and exciting that you’d like to share with art educators from across the state? A lesson, technique, process, or method which others could benefit from hearing?
Present at our state conference, October 14th - 15th, 2016!
OAEA invites you to connect with your fellow education professionals through the sharing of ideas and practices. The theme for this year’s conference is: OAEA is My Community. As art educators, many of us are often isolated in our buildings, misunderstood by our co-workers, struggling to be heard by administration. OAEA is how we support each other. OAEA is a place where we know we will find like-minded individuals who share our passion, creativity, and resourcefulness.
We’re looking for engaging and diverse presentations which:
- Showcase strategies for designing curriculum and assessment that supports art standards;
- Are project- or challenge-based;
- Inspire leadership among art educators and/or students;
- Engage in meaningful debate and dialogue about emerging issues and trends in the field of art education; or
- Present diverse ideas in response to the idea of Community.
Submit your proposal by Sunday, July 31, 2016, by filling out one (or more) of these applications:
We look forward to hearing from you and seeing what you have to share!
-The 2016 Conference Committee
Compensation Information: We are asking that Friday presenters offer their services free of charge as a professional courtesy to support and strengthen our fellowship. You will receive a $50-$100 materials allowance. Saturday 3-hr presenters will receive a $200 stipend and $200 materials allowance. Saturday 6-hr presenters will receive a $400 stipend and a $400 materials allowance.
Call for Artists:
Beyond the Demos XI: Oregon Artists Who Teach
OAEA's series of juried art exhibits featuring works by Oregon Art Educators. CLICK HERE to get more info. Submission deadline is Friday, September 3. The showcase will be in three gallery spaces in Wilsonville, OR this October, in conjunction with our annual fall conference.
Get Into Professional Development!
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Congratulations to our 2015 OAEA Professional Awards recipients!
2015 Oregon Art Educator of the Year
Janice Packard, Estacada High School
2015 Oregon Secondary Art Educator of the the Year
Megan Radocha, Sherwood High School
2015 Oregon Mid-Level Art Educator of the Year
Brian Cook, South Meadows Middle School (Hillsboro S.D.)
2015 Oregon Primary Art Educator of the Year
Margaret Synan-Russell, Oregon Episcopal School (Portland)
2015 OAEA Rookie of the Year
Susan Russell, Madison High School (Portland Public Schools)
2015 OAEA Museum Art Educator of the Year
Sharon Kaplan, University of Oregon
2015 OAEA Distinguished Service Outside the Profession
Arvie Smith, Pacific Northwest College of Art
You can learn more about the professional awards program, the nomination and selection process for OAEA and NAEA on our Professional Awards page. CLICK HERE
Congratulations to the 2015 OAEA Senior Scholarships Awardees!
Natalie Shea, St. Mary's Academy (Teacher: Kathy Mitchell)
Kendra Siebert, St. Mary's Academy (Teacher: Kathy Michell)
Nicholas Spaulding, Madison High School (Teacher: Randy Maves)
Emma Waibel, West Linn High School (Teacher: Diane Gauthier)
Go to our Scholarship Page to see examples of each student's work.
The New Standards are Here
THE NEW Visual and Performing arts (Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts ) CORE STANDARDS can be viewed by clicking on the link:
Oregon Art Education Association / P.O Box 83897 / Portland, OR 97283
OAEA's Tax ID# 93-0818630
Your donation to our Scholastic Art Awards or the OAEA Senior Scholarship fund will help OAEA find and cultivate emerging talent in Oregon, visual art students with exceptional artistic promise.