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Supporting Art Education in Florida

Serving visual art teachers, professors, administrators, museum educators and students, the Florida Art Education Association: encourages research in art education; holds public discussions; sponsors institutes and conferences; publishes articles, reports and surveys; honors outstanding art educators and supporters; and works with other related agencies in support of visual arts education.

FAEA is also the only organization for visual art educators in Florida which actively participates in a program for government relations on behalf of visual arts education. When arts education is discussed in the legislature in Tallahassee, FAEA is working to support your programs.

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FAEA Board of Directors Elections

Vote today for the 2018-2019 Board of Directors!

Purchase Your Raffle Tickets Today!

FAEA has an amazing line-up of raffle prizes this year! Participants will have the chance to win a Wyland lithograph, Disney World passes, SeaWorld tickets, Total Wine & More wine class tickets, Universal Orlando Resort passes, and much more! Prize winners will be announced on Saturday, Oct. 21st during the 2017 FAEA Annual Conference. Purchase your tickets when you register for conference or at the registration desk during conference. 

Conference Pre-Registration Closes October 8!

Register today for the FAEA Annual Professional Development Conference.  Experience the "The Power of Art" in the vibrant arts and culture city of St. Petersburg with other artists, educators, and professionals. Conference will be held at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront on October 19-22. Pre-registration closes Sunday, October 8, 2017. Conference on-site registration will be available for a higher price.

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Fresh Paint

The official publication of the Florida Art Education Association

Fresh Paint Magazine

The Fall 2017 issue of Fresh Paint, the official publication of FAEA, is now available. Some highlights from this issue include:

  • TouchStones and the Affect of Social Practice
  • A Florida Art History: the 1980s
  • Teacher Feature with Susan Convery
  • 65th Annual FAEA Conference Preview

Plus, a snapshot of this year's Keynote Speakers, Division Updates, Museum Happenings, and more!

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