New Jersey Educators Assoc. NJEA

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New Jersey Educators Assoc. NJEA 2017-09-30T13:09:18+00:00

New Jersey Education Association

The New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) was founded in 1853 with a desire to improve education and to elevate the teaching profession. NJEA has encouraged the AENJ to stand strong alongside all other subjects. They feel it is important for the AENJ to participate at the NJEA Teacher’s State Convention held in Atlantic City and to have a voice in their publication, “The Review” published monthly (September through June). We encourage our AENJ members to submit proposals to speak at the NJEA Teacher Conference.

AENJ at NJEA offers all members an opportunity to get artistically and creatively involved at the convention. Art is not just for art teachers anymore!

New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) Exhibits

Advocate for your art program at NJEA, Nov 9-10, 2017

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Two opportunities

Art@NJEA Convention Exhibition and; 

New! Social Justice Art Contest, click here for guidelines, and click here for scenarios

ART@NJEA is sponsored by AENJ is committed to sharing a sampling of PreK through 12th grade student artwork that is being created in NJ schools.It promises to professionally represent and promote the quality art education that you offer in your school and our state.

ART@NJEA is a special exhibit of student work that will be on display right on the NJEA Atlantic City Convention floor!
All you have to do to participate, is provide the art work! The rest will be done for you.  It’s that easy. Please consider participating in the 8th Annual ART@NJEA Exhibit!  Past shows were an overwhelming success and a real crowd pleaser!

Follow guidelines and instructions below:

1. CHOOSE YOUR STUDENT WORK: 

  • Select up to 3 pieces per teacherof unframed and unmounted, two-dimensional student work. Please choose work that is a standard frame size: (5×7, 9×12, 12×18) not to exceed 18 x 24 inches. Stretched canvases will be accepted, but canvas boards will not, due to their weight. Stretched canvases will be displayed as is. Make sure any painted work is completely dry. Please properly fix any smearable work. Due to the timing of the show, the work you select may be work from last school year.
2. LABEL THE WORK AND GET PARENTAL PERMISSION: 
  • Label the back of each piece neatly in pencil with the student’s and teacher’s name, and teacher’s email address.
  • Attach a completed back label/permission form to the back of the work.  This must be signed by the student’s parent or guardian before you submit the work.  Click here to download the AENJ back label / permission form, and here for the guidelines and  
    front labels
    *This form also requests permission to possibly use the work for a display at NJPAC Exhibits. Please select the box on the form if you give the work permission to travel. Work will be returned at the end of the NJPAC Show.
3. SUBMIT THE WORK – UNFOLDED AND UNROLLED:
  • Drop off at the AENJ Conference Registration desk area marked “NJEA Drop-off” from Sunday, Oct 1 through Tuesday Oct 3 before 2:00 pm.
  • Provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the work and all other protective materials that you provide. Your submissions will be returned to you by mail after the NJEA convention in November (or after the NJPAC show) as they were received – unmounted and unframed.
NOT COMING TO THE AENJ CONFERENCE? MAIL THE WORK:
To: Ellen Hargrove 122 Vesper Avenue Westmont, NJ 08108
Postmarked no later than October 18, 2017. Include a self-addressed, stamped envelope for the work to be returned to you after the NJEA convention in November or supply a return mailing sticker and proper postage. Please do NOT mail money to cover postage or expect another AENJ member to deliver it to you. if you are attending the NJEA convention, you can pick up your work at 2:30pm on Friday at the exhibit.
4. COME SEE YOUR STUDENTS’ ART:
At the NJEA convention in Atlantic City on November 9-10, 2017!
Each displayed piece will be professionally matted for the show, but will be returned to you as it was provided. Due to space limitations, all work that is submitted may not be selected for the exhibit, but all will be returned in the condition it was received. Care will be made to represent as many schools, grade levels and media as possible. An email announcing the students who will have work on display will be sent to all of the teachers who submitted work for consideration one week prior to the NJEA convention.
PLEASE NOTE:
AENJ and NJEA are not responsible or liable for any claims, damages, lost items, artwork, injuries or other liabilities of any kind that may arise from participation in this art exhibit. AENJ reserves the right to refuse to include any works that do not properly meet the guidelines and requirements stated above in the call for submissions.
Direct any questions to:Ellen Hargrove