I do not, as a general rule, participate in contests.
The prizes are too few and far between, most
competition themes have little or nothing to do with
my whole plan of "personally meaningful ideas", and
since I only have most kids one semester, and so many
deadlines are early spring, if just doesn't work for
> Hi Christine,
> I thought it would be a good discussion for art
> teachers to answer this question.
> There are many different considerations that maybe
> NAEA has not considered. The "real" picture is
> found straight from the mouths of art teachers.
> may advocate for a particular philosophy, and I am
> looking for what art teachers think. In addition,
> NAEA only speaks for about 30% of art teachers in
> country. Also, I have often found that NAEA may not
> even truly represent the real world positions of art
> --- firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > I have always stuck by the NAEA advisory on
> > and competitions.
> > http://www.naea-reston.org/pdf/6con92.pdf > >
> > Hope this helps,
> > Christine Besack :)
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