Announcements

Arts Integration Symposia Series
Registration is now open!

State Teacher/Artist Residency 
Applications are now open!

Careers Workshops for Middle and High School Students – Designing Your Creative Future.
Register and reserve your spot for a workshop in your regions.

House of Blues Music Forward Foundation introduces the 2015 Bringin' Down the House program! Registration Now Open!

Junior ROWITA Fellowship Application 2015
The Deadline is February 1, 2015

Congratulations to FAAE Board Member, Jayne Ellspermann, on being named the National Principal of the Year

The Arts for Life! Scholarship Program for Florida high school seniors in visual art, music, dance, drama or creative writing. Click for details.

Find out what’s happening at our Arts Achieve Model Schools
at the new Spotlight on Arts Achieve Model Schools Page

Register for the Connectivity Steam and Arts Integration Online Conference
February 7th, 10am-4pm EST

Scholarship Opportunity for Arts Students

The Arts for Life! Scholarship Program annually awards $2,000 scholarships to 25 graduating high school seniors in Florida.
Click here for information and to apply.

Grant Opportunity! 2015 NATF Application Now Available!

Job Notice:

Kennedy Center Spring Internship in Education
National Partnerships is looking for an intern to work with us during the Spring semester! For more information and the online application, click here.

 
Both Arts Integration series are sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Dept. of State, Div. of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture.


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Careers Workshop for Middle & High School Students

brought to you by FAAE & FLDOE

 

Howard Middle School of the Arts (Orange County) has already reserved a bus to bring students to the Central Florida workshop…
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Where they’ll meet the Mobile Experience Bus from
Full Sail University

February 28, 2015

UCF/Valencia,
Osceola
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

March 14, 2015

University of Florida,
Digital Word
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

April 11, 2015

Florida International University
With Young Arts-Miami
8:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Click here for more information.

Instructional Design Training for ESE Arts Teachers

The Instructional Design Training for ESE Arts Teachers program trains certified arts educators to design and use interactive modules to differentiate instruction and improve access to quality arts education for ESE students.  Teachers use comprehensive and user-friendly educational software to design technology-based learning and/or assessment tools for use in their content areas.  Participants develop at least one product for immediate classroom use that teaches and/or assesses the Next Generation Sunshine State Standards in arts courses to ESE students in mainstreamed or self-contained ESE arts classrooms. Click here for more details.


National Artist Teacher Fellowship Program

The Center for Arts in Education invites arts teachers from public, magnet or charter arts high schools and Title 1 high schools and middle schools to apply for funding for artistic development through its National Artist Teacher Fellowship (NATF) program, formerly known as the Surdna Arts Teachers Fellowship (SATF). The program offers arts teachers the opportunity to immerse themselves in their own creative work, interact with other professional artists, and stay current with new practices. 

The purpose of this fellowship is to expand the applicant’s artistic range and abilities in the making of art.

Applicants must be a) permanently assigned full or part-time faculty and be minimally in their fifth year of teaching arts in a public, magnet or charter arts high school. Or b) Title 1 school teachers who are in their fifth year of teaching at a public middle or high school with a commitment to the arts. The following arts disciplines are eligible: Visual Arts, Theatre, Music, Dance, Film, Creative Writing, Architecture, Design, Multi-Media and Multi-Disciplinary Arts.

CLICK HERE for the brochure.

CLICK HERE to apply.