Monthly online professional learning offering professional development credit and certificates of participation. A $588 value! FREE for NAEA members; $49/ea for non-members. 

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Open Studios


Series highlighting topics of interest for art, design, and media arts educators to spark conversation around ideas in the field. Open access and free for everyone.

Upcoming Open Studios

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Town Halls


Insightful dialogue with your vibrant community—information, connection, and support related to timely topics. Open access and free for everyone. 

Upcoming Town Halls

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Upcoming Live Virtual Events

Fiber Arts for All
[August 7, 2024 | 7pm ET] Join us for an exciting webinar that weaves traditional craftsmanship with contemporary creativity in fiber arts. We’ll explore innovative approaches for introducing new fiber arts projects to elementary, middle, and high school learners that are focused on accessible materials, diverse contemporary and traditional craft artists, and literacy. Come away with lesson inspiration; a better understanding of how you can explore fiber arts in your classroom; and information on where to find materials, recommended equipment, and tools, as well as overcoming budget constraints for fiber arts, storage options, and so much more!
NAEA Open Studio: Art Room 101 Series | Studio Procedures - Tips and Tricks for Back to School
[August 22, 2024] Join us for an engaging session designed to help you prepare for a successful school year! Our Art Room 101 Series kicks off with Studio Procedures–Tips and Tricks for Back to School, designed to streamline classroom management and enhance teaching strategies for emerging and experienced art educators.
Radical and Transformative Collaboration (and Fun!) Through Social Impact Video Game Design
[September 11, 2024 | 7pm ET] Unlock the power of video games as catalysts for social justice and transformative education! Join us for this thought-provoking webinar and explore the intersection of gaming, social justice, and education. Learn how video games can be harnessed to inspire critical thinking, empathy, and positive social change. Dig into what makes games intriguing and engaging for learners and see through an educator’s lens how we can use these key ideas for success in an arts-based classroom. Together, let’s level up our understanding of the educational potential within the gaming world!
A Path to Quality, Accessible, and Economical Higher Education for Fine Arts Students
[November 20, 2024 | 7pm ET] Community colleges offer options for many art students including affordable tuition, ability to stay close to home, alternative schedules, and more. Join us and explore a groundbreaking initiative established between the North Carolina Community College System and public 4-year institutions within the state. Articulation agreements have been designed to streamline transfer for fine arts students, providing opportunities for quality, accessible, and economical higher education for fine arts–interested students. We’ll also delve into the stellar example of the Association of Fine Arts program offerings at Cape Fear Community College and the development of their degrees in terms of transferability and the practical application of skills.
Fashion Design: Cost-Effective Student Creations in the Art Classroom
[December 4, 2024 | 7pm ET] Explore fashion design for all ages in the art room! Find out how to make fashionable lessons that are affordable and accessible by reusing and recycling everyday materials. See the steps of the fashion design creative process and come away with curricular examples for cost-effective projects, artists for reference, and design inspiration.

Professional learning, connectivity, creativity, and inspiration.

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 NAEA Members: $175 | Non-members: $300