YOUTH ART MONTH FLAG WINNER JAMIE MASTROGIACOMO WITH GOVERNOR HASSAN This year’s YAM Flag design winner is Jamie Mastrogiacomo, a ninth grade student at Salem High School. Her flag commemorates the covered bridges of NH, as a way to communicate the national Youth Art Month message: ‘Art Builds Bridges”. On April 20th, Jamie met and had her picture taken with Governor Maggie Hassan, along with her parents, teacher Lyn Paolino, principal Tracey Collyer, NHAEA President Lisa Rancourt, and YAM Flag chairperson Martha Rives.
CONGRATULATIONS to OUR 2014-2015 ART EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR !! DENISE FREEMAN from Campbell High School, Litchfield NH click here to read more about our Art Educator of the Year
CONGRATULATIONS to OUR 2014-2015 ART EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR
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AN ORGANIZATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION for theSTATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
WHO ARE WE?
The New Hampshire Art Educators' Association is a professional organization for art educators from every level of
instruction and those interested in the future of art education. For over 25 years, NHAEA has provided anexemplary networking opportunity and collegial support for
art educators throughout New Hampshire.
In order to promotequality art education in NH, the New Hampshire Art Educators' Association will provide leadership,member services, art education advocacy, a format for communicationand opportunites for professional development and participation.