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an opportunity to share the great curriculum work that you do.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago will host a Curriculum Slam! at the NAEA conference.

The Curriculum Slam! is a fast-paced format based on pecha kucha presentations. We’ll use a 16 slide, 30 second per slide format.

You can see the video of last year’s Slam here: https://naea.digication.com/omg/Welcome/published

 

The theme for 2016 is

Leading Contemporary Creative Research

through Art, Media, & Design Curriculum

It’s scheduled at a great time—Saturday 11 am to 12:50 pm.

The goal of the Slam! is to share K-12 art education that arises out of contemporary artmaking approaches.

The 2015 Slam! included presentations on performance art, visualizing big data, re-writing the “rules” of an art room,

humorous videos as cultural critique, designing 8-bit video games and design literacy.

The application process is simple—a couple of paragraphs and 3 slides.

The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art Teachers Advisory Committee will select proposals in mid-January.

Check out the NAEA Curriculum Slam! ePortfolio for application details. https://naea.digication.com/curriculum_slam_2016/Welcome/published

Extended Deadline for applications is Sunday January 10, 2016 at midnight Chicago time. 

 

 

Information Regarding the Arts and Economic Stimulus: There has been much public conversation recently regarding the role of the arts and culture industry in economic stimulus. Following is information that seeks to clarify this issue through two key points: that the arts and culture industry is a sector of the economy just like any other with workers who pay taxes, mortgages, rent and contribue in other ways to the economy; and that the National Endowment for the Arts is uniquely positioned to assist in job stimulation for that industry. 
For the full statement, visit the webpage or contact; Victoria Hutter, NEA Acting Director of Communications, 202-682-5692

LINKS: 

National Endowment for the Arts

The OER ArtsCollab: Integrating and Sharing Open Educational Resources

Americans for the Arts

National Alliance for Arts Education

ArtsEdge (Kennedy Centre) - free digital learning platform for arts education

Champions of Change - research on impact of arts education on learning

 

 


Canada  

 

The Drawing Network

Canadian Research on Arts Education and Learning

Creativity Website and Newsletter

Learning through the Arts: Can it make you smarter?

 

 

2014 - 2017 North America World Council Regional Representatives

 

     Fiona Blaikie

email: fblaikie@brocku.ca

     Karen Hutzel

email: hutzel.4@osu.edu

     Steve Willis

email: stevewillis@missouristate.edu

InSEA Institutional  Members and Affiliated Organizations in North America

Canada

CSEA (Canadian Society for Education through Art)

USA

USSEA (United States Socieity for Education through Art)

 
USSEA Facebook group
Child Art Exchange Program (pdf)

 

International Art Education Association

 

Haitian Association of Arts and Culture (HAAC)/Association Haïtienne des Arts et Cultures (AHAC), email:  haitianartculture@yahoo.fr

North America

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2014 - 2017 North America World Council Regional Representatives: Fiona Blaikie;  Karen Hutzel; Steve Willis