When you join the Arizona Art Education Association you also join the the National Art Education Association (NAEA) and enjoy the following benefits of membership.
Bi-monthly Journal of articles on current directions, problems, and exemplary approaches in visual art education. Articles may focus on art curriculum, teaching strategies, innovative programs, or a special area of the curriculum such as studio, criticism, or art history. Each issue includes four full-color art reproductions with commentary and lesson plan ideas for K-12.
Informative bi-monthly newspaper with reports of national, regional, state, and provincial developments affecting art education … plus news of affiliates and divisions, grants information, book reviews, and much more.
A publication summarizing the most important research in a particular area of art education (e.g., drawing) so that K-12 teachers can make practical applications in their classrooms … 2 issues a year.
Four sets of single-topic articles providing timely information on a broad range of subjects such as classroom discipline, state certification, student motivation, and scheduling elementary art teachers.
Includes exclusive online access to a special members-only section of the website, Artsonia’s Classroom Galleries and Lesson Plans and Digication’ e-Portfolios.
Obtain grants for promoting the teaching of art. Get recognized as an outstanding art educator. And find the professional development that you need!
Members receive discounts on the State Conference. Connect with colleagues from your area, share ideas, strategies and resources each year in beautiful locations throughout the state.
Members receive discounts on the National Convention. Meet colleagues from around the world, advance your skills, and stimulate your senses each year at this massive gathering of arts professionals.
NAEA members are now eligible to receive a 30% discount off the regular subscription rate of Arts Education Policy Review, which discusses difficult, often controversial policy issues regarding K-12 education in the arts throughout the United States and the rest of the world. Order online or call (866) 802-7059 and tell the customer service provider you are part of the “NAEA partnership” code – NAEA30.
NAEA offers its members the Educators Insurance Program at a discounted rate through Forrest T. Jones & Company. You can contact Forrest T. Jones & Company at 800-821-7303 (toll-free), via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online.
Discount on subscriptions to Studies in Art Education
NAEA publications and advocacy items.