Come join us for a fantastic evening in support of Northeast Florida’s Art Education community! We’ll have live music by the wonderful and talented Tropic of Cancer, tasty eats, delicious refreshments and an amazing collection of North Florida’s finest artists and cultural connoisseurs. Your ticket and participation in our silent auction will benefit NEFAEA’s support of the Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards, and our scholarship program for area teachers and students. It’s a great cause and you’ll have a fantastic time! The cost of admission includes one FREE drink ticket!
Saturday, November 4, 2017
The Space Gallery
120 E. Forsyth Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
Click here to buy your tickets now! We can’t wait to see you there!
Wednesday, August 9th was our 2017-2018 Visual Art Subject Area meeting–a day when we gather all of our amazing art teachers into one space to catch-up, collaborate, learn new info, and get charged up for the year!
We held NEFAEA Board Elections, signed up new members, renewed memberships, and got the word out about our organization! This year promises to be fantastic!
Enjoy these images from our big kick off! Congratulations to our new board members:
This summer NEFAEA hosted a variety of Studio Days at the Art Resource Center where we could recharge our creative energy! This summer series covered watercolor work, ceramic work, printmaking, and alternative photographic processes!
Be on the lookout for some of these creations around town!
We are super excited for the Scholastic Art Competition Awards event held at the historic Florida Theater in downtown Jacksonville on Saturday, February 4. It’s going to be a great time celebrating our award winners! Click below to view a pdf of the invitation and the event program. See you there:)
Oh my goodness what a great art show we put together at Unity Plaza! There is a variety of work on display at Unity Plaza from now until May 24. The opening saw a good turnout on a warm April evening. The thought occurred that, while the quality of the art was fantastic, what is really enjoyable about this event was the interaction of all the good people who were present. It’s great to get art ed professionals together, to meet the families and to see their personal work. The conversations were lively and interesting; I was there for three hours and it felt like five minutes. At the show we made a few connections that will likely lead to subsequent art shows in the near future which is exciting, as our membership is talented indeed and how fun to have outlets to show and celebrate the creative process!
Click here to see a gallery from the show, or hover over the exhibitions tab at the top of the page in the navigation bar.
DCPS’s Elementary Art Show is currently on display at most of the County’s public libraries. We will have an opening for the ‘Best of Elementary’ Art Show, comprised of work culled from the library shows, on May 10th at FSCJ’s Kent Campus Art Gallery. After the show we will be gathering at Rain Dogs in 5 Points Riverside to talk story and enjoy some good company. Come for both events or just one; either way we’ll be delighted to see you.
Also, the application window is still open for Leslie Bedder Scholarships. We have up to $500 available so that qualified applicants can take advantage of professional development opportunities. Interested? You should be.Click -> LB Grant Application to download an application, or click the ‘Teacher Scholarship’ link in the navigation bar at the top of the page for more information.