NHAEA has a NEW LOGO ! After the Board of Directors decided that the organization needed a new updated logo, member Jane Tentas got to work coordinating a logo design competition. Parameters included “design must be workable in both color and black and white, as it will be featured on all NHAEA printed and online materials.” In addition, designers needed to agree to having their designs adapted, if necessary, and all designs would become property of the NHAEA Submissions were due January 29, 2015. After many months in which submitted designs were juried by the Executive Board, member Brandie Pettus was chosen as the winning designer. But that was not the end of the process! Jane called on her daughter Emily, a Plymouth State University student in Graphic Design, to vet and adapt Brandie’s originals. The results are beautiful, fresh, and new - and very workable for all NHAEA communications. Look for our new logo on the Newsletter, Website, and all NHAEA correspondence!
NHAEA Exceutive Board Members attended the ANNUAL Excellence in Education Awards Ceremony to celebrate our NH Art Educator of the YEAR- Mary Beth Donovan-Olson. The Annual event celebrates and honors teachers, administrators, schools who have achieved excellence for the school year 2015-2016. Held each year in June at the Radisson, Manchester NH
The Excellence in Education Awards NHAEA Executive Board and this Years Art Educator of the Year: MaryBeth Donovan-Olson
New Hampshire Art Educators visit CHICAGO for the Annual National Art Educators Association convention
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WHAT'S NEW AT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE INSTITUTE OF ART ?
The New Hampshire Institute of Art is pleased to announce the line-up of summer residency work by our Master of Fine Arts students, as well as presentations given by nationally renowned artists and writers. All events are open to the public and provide opportunities to join the MFA community in celebrating NHIA’s emerging artists and writers, and to hear presentations by a selection of the visiting artists and writers that take part in the MFA residency.Please join us in welcoming Steve Almond, William Giraldi, Rose Marasco, Gideon Bok, and Meghan Brady to Manchester!In addition, we have script readings from our Writing for Stage and Screen program on our Peterborough campus
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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 promote quality art education in NH, the New Hampshire Art Educators' Association will provide leadership, member services, art education advocacy, a format for communication and opportunites for professional development and participation.