GAEA Art Blast
Visual Visions for the New Year
I hope this message finds you well, additionally I hope you were able to find some time to rest and rejuvenate with family and friends during the winter break.
As we return back to work a restored sense of vision is often at the forefront. The start of a new year typically presents an opportunity to begin anew, as many set goals and aspirations. As you plan, please take solace knowing your worth, you have much value. Value in your community, with your students and value to art education. You matter and your work is important.
We hope that GAEA can continue to provide you with resources, research, leadership, and service to help you achieve all your goals and aspirations for art. We are thankful for your presence and look forward to building relationships with each of you as we advocate and advance art education in Georgia.
I am so thankful for the opportunity to lead this amazing association and can not wait to see all the amazing things you and your students will do this year.
Please continue to look to the GAEA Art Blast for information that can help you plan throughout the year.
All the best,
2023 NAHS Leadership Conference Georgia College, Milledgeville
GAEA is so excited to offer this two day NAHS leadership conference on January 20-21, 2023.
Registration has been expanded for up to 15 total students per chapter. The conference is limited to 100 total students, so act quickly! Registration will end on January 16.
Please encourage current NAHS chapter advisors to attend. Also, please submit students for the GAEA-NAHS Portfolio and HFS scholarship opportunities.
For more information, please see the links below.
Capitol Art Exhibition
Here is the Timeline for CAE:
- Installation of Art: 3/18/2023 (set up volunteers only)
- Art reception: 3/21/2023, 4-5:30 p.m.
- Take Down: 3/25, 9-11 a.m. (take down volunteers only)
2023 Capitol Art Exhibition Entry Form: (opens on 1/7/2023)
- Each current GAEA member may enter two artworks
- Original, 2D artwork - no art criticism or group projects
- Note: No 3D artwork this year
- 2D not to exceed 24” x 30” (including mat)
- No glass, canvas, frames, or foam core –(our panels have difficulty hanging these)
- Matting - white or black mat board, maximum 3”
- Use a backing-keep it simple [Black or white, minimal writing], the back of your work
may be visible on the other side where other student work is displayed
Please see the GAEA website for more information.
For additional Information Contact:
Dr. Aimee Burgamy, CAE Chair
Annie Park, CAE Co-Chair
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