Have an awesome project or unit in mind but need funding for supplies? Don’t forget to apply for our MAEA 2019 micro-grant. It is not too late and all members may apply! MAEA will award up to $500 dollars in aid for supplies for special projects that align with state and national strategic goals and standards. Click the link below to fill out an application by Dec. 31st. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe_e4GnMBYIOvhfZTcIy3K5YlgWOJ9vAj47ct7RgOP1l4LGgQ/viewform
Held in partnership with the Maryland Institute, College of Art and organized by high school art teachers, Lindsay Miller (Baltimore County) and Lindsey Mack (Prince Georges County), this annual student workshop had a great turn out and was over capacity with 42 students in attendance. Students engaged in ideation and sketchbook exercises with art teachers Dena Fiat (Baltimore County) and Jeremy Ratcliff (Carroll County) in the morning, had a specially designed presentation a
FEBRUARY 17–APRIL 28, 2019
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2019
3–5 P.M. The opening reception is free and open to the community. Award winners and their teachers are expected to attend to receive their recognition. School principals and superintendents are invited as well. The first-place award winner will address the audience to explain his or her work.
If you are a Maryland high school student who creates visual art, this competition is for you!