On behalf of the New Hampshire Art Educators’ Association,
For $150 a year, your company will receive the following benefits:
Vendor space at our Fall Conference, and morning hospitality for two people. Advertising (quarter page ad) in our newsletter, published 3 consecutive times, including the Fall Conference brochure. Advertising on our web site (www.nhaea.org) and An active link on our website
Emails alerting you to all NHAEA events.
Endorsements of your products/events/contests to our 200+ members.
Institutional Membership runs one year from the date of receipt
The Fall Conference is our largest gathering of art educators, administrators and artists from across the state. This past Fall Conference was a great success, and attended by 140 educators. We have partnered with the NHIA to host the conference for the 8th consecutive year on Saturday, October 18, 2014, and we are busy making plans now!
Here are a few alternatives to a full membership:
1. Host a vendor table for a fee of $65 to reach our members with available space to provide printed materials/product samples at our conference.
2. Send materials to our conference for an unmanned table for $25. (Materials need to be received two weeks prior to the event.)
3. Advertisement in our newsletter can also be purchased on a per issue basis:
Quarter page advertisement is $40 per issue Half-page advertisement is $70 per issue Full-page advertisement is $130 per issue
If you act now, your advertisement will be printed in the Spring 2014, Fall Conference 2014 and Winter 2015 newsletters.
The Institutional membership is the most economical and supportive way to support NH Art Educators. NHAEA is a non-profit association that has several partnerships, including NHIA, Currier Museum of Art, NH State Council of arts and the NH Department of Education along with our national organization NAEA. Your financial support means that NHAEA can continue to offer the Fall Conference to our members for networking opportunities.
Please contact me at email@example.com if you have questions or need additional information. Please be sure to visit our web site at: (www.nhaea.org).
Claire Provencher NHAEA, Past President, Institutional Membership Chair