Our Mission... The Michigan Art Education Association's mission is to promote quality visual arts education through leadership, service, and professional development.
To see all the workshops available for the 2015 conference, click here.
Conference Registration Fees
$165 Active/Renewing/New Member
$ 85 Retired
$ 90 Full-Time Student
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Hotel Registration information is on the Annual Conference tab!
Governors' Traveling Show
If you would like to host the Governors' Traveling Show in your community, please contact Dean Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a few months of the 2015-2016 school year still available!
Elementary and Middle Division Statewide Show
For the MAEA State Exhibit Entry Form and Student Exhibition Guidelines, see Related Forms & Resources below.
2015 MEA/MAEA Art Acquisitions Purchase Exhibition
For the Brochure/Entry Forms & Catalog Card, click here.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Michigan Arts Education Instructional Blueprint and Assessments to be Developed
The creation of a Model Arts Education Instruction and Assessment (MAEIA) program for Michigan has been announced with a partnership between the Michigan Assessment Consortium (MAC), Data Recognition Corporation (DRC), and the Michigan Department of Education (MDE). The partners, MAC and DRC, were selected by MDE to develop these valuable resources for Michigan's elementary and secondary schools in response to needs identified by the 2012 Michigan Youth Arts Survey. The Survey gathered data from Michigan's K-12 public schools on the key components of a comprehensive arts education; results from this survey were presented to the Michigan State Board of Education at its December 2012 meeting. www.michiganyoutharts.org/advocacy/survey
VISUAL ARTS, as defined by the National Art Education Association, include the traditional fine arts such as drawing, painting, printmaking, photography and sculpture; media arts including film, graphic communications, animation and emerging technologies; architectural, environmental and industrial arts such as urban, interior, product and landscape design; folk arts; and works of art such as ceramics, fibers, jewelry, works in wood, paper, and other materials. (revised July 2012)
ASSESSMENT GUIDES: Are you looking for more information on Common Assessment? Go to the left margin, click on Research and Knowledge, then click on Teacher Resources!
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Find out what can be done to strengthen arts education in Michigan. Every child in Michigan should have equal access to a comprehensive, balanced and sequential in-school program of instruction in the arts, taught by highly qualified teachers, designed to provide students of all ages with skills and knowledge in the arts in accordance with national and state standards. Read our specific policy recommendations at Michigan Arts Education Policy Agenda.
MAEA STATE EXHIBIT ENTRY FORM (ALL LEVELS including MYAF): PDF File
Post Date: 2/1/2015
This is a NEW form that will auto fill from the entry form to create the artwork tags. It is a more streamlined process.
MAEA Student Exhibition Guidelines : PDF File
Post Date: 2/1/2015
The Student Exhibition Guidlines are to help members prepare their students' artwork for MAEA sponsored exhibits.
MAEA NEW Retirees: WORD File
ATTENTION MAEA Retirees! Click here for information you need to know now! Maureen Roslanic at email@example.com