2019 NAEA National Convention Recordings
Instant access to awesome sessions—FREE to NAEA members! Access videos of more than a dozen 2019 NAEA National Convention keynote sessions—Amy Sherald, Howard Gardner, Steve Locke, Peter H. Reynolds, and more! Watch these informative, inspiring video sessions and earn professional development credit.
A Meditation on Photography, Painting, and Portraiture Painter
Amy Sherald engages the historical legacies of photography and portraiture, centering her practice in the genre of American Realism.
Wanda B. Knight
Charting a Course: May the Task Force Be With You
Meet the NAEA Task Force on Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion and learn about their recommendations as they chart a course leading to a more vibrant professional community that is richly diverse, inclusive, and open to all.
Graphic Formats for Thematic Expression Rachel Branham
In this research study, 30 sophomore art students search for eﬀective graphic methods to convey thematic ideas.
Janet Echelman harnesses the creative power of the ﬂexible, the
soft, and the transparent through experiential sculptures, which have
become inviting focal points for civic life.|
View the division awards ceremony for Elementary, Middle Level, Secondary, Higher Education, Preservice, Supervision/Administration, and Museum Education.
Steve Locke is a Boston-based artist born in Cleveland, Ohio and raised in Detroit, Michigan.
Peter H. Reynolds
One Brave Dot
Artist and author Peter H. Reynolds shares lessons from his book, The Dot, as well as more recent and upcoming books.
|Robb Sandagata, Emily Sandagata
Separate Yet Entangled: Living and Working as Artists and Art Educators
Two artists—one (also a teacher) creates sculptural paintings and painterly sculptures, the other creates grotesque narrative paintings—discuss their shared lives and shared experiences.
Master Cambodian ceramist Yary Livan, a National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellow, presents his beautiful work and compelling story.
|Kim Huyler Defibaugh
Kim Deﬁbaugh helps us gain perspective of the vast importance of our vibrant professional community and national awards are presented.
Beyond Wit and Grit
Drawing on decades of research in the arts and education, Dr. Howard Gardner describes an education framework that makes positive use of our wits and our good grit, and provides concrete suggestions about how to move toward a society that is both wise and caring.
Weaving Science Data Into Sculpture and Music
Nathalie Miebach translates scientiﬁc data related to ecology, meteorology, astronomy, and oceanography into woven sculptures and musical scores.
Building Equitable Access to Quality Arts Education: How Collective Action Is Revitalizing Arts Education in Boston
Arts administrator, Myran Parker-Brass shares how equity, diversity, and inclusion is a driving goal in the work and success of Boston Public Schools.
Patty Bode & Others
Curriculum with Criticality: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
See examples of curriculum units by presenters who address identity and prioritize inclusion in linguistic, religious, racial, ethnic, abilities, gender, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic complexity.