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Make plans to enter your students work in the Joint State Education Convention. This is an outstanding opportunity for your students to exhibit their artwork to the administrators and leaders of school districts from around the state. It is a great promotion of your program and can also serve as an advocacy tool.
For details on how to apply and deadlines click here.
It's that time again! Have you submitted your Potawatomi Grant application yet? They are due Friday, September 1st. You can apply online here: Potawatomi Grant. We have sponsored some amazing art opportunities for students! Whether you are interested in buying class Gelli Plates or funding new drawing markers there are many opportunities that can be funded by this grant. It's easy to apply. Will you be the next recipient?
Dustin Anderson hosted the WAEA Central Wisconsin Invasion in Wisconsin Rapids for WAEA members. It featured a wide range of hands on workshops for artist-educators to make and take back to their own studio practice and potentially adapt to use with students.
Dustin had this to say about the workshops:
" I taught this amazing group of artistic professionals 3 surface techniques I use when creating polymer clay jewelry! They did amazing! It was very inspirational for me to see all the creativity flowing.Thank you all for being my students for the morning! I hope you enjoyed your fun work time away from your busy schedules! I loved spending my morning with you all!!"
Workshops such as these are just one of the many benefits of being a member of WAEA...now is the time to renew or join! See the membership page for details on renewing and/or joining.
Thanks to Dustin Anderson and Sarah Frederikson for sharing their photographs from the workshops.
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