The 2020 NMAEA Fall Virtual Conference
October 23-24, 2020
Keynote Speaker Former NAEA Western Region Vice President
Leadership: Recognizing Self and Inspiring Others as Leaders
Educators are leaders! It’s important to recognize that art educators are leaders…leaders in our learning environments, in our community, in our state associations, and at the regional and national levels. Let’s explore how each of us brings skills and efforts to the many groups we belong to and how the associations and organizations we connect to, must capitalize on individual strengths to garner success. Examining and reflecting on the WHY of leadership is vital for inspiring others to become leaders and for each of our own personal & professional journeys in leading!
Dr. Amelia Kraehe
University of Arizona
Arts Equity: Revisioning the Art(its) Education Pipeline
This talk looks critically at the K-20 arts education system using the tools of arts equity to see the effects "pipeline" using the visual metaphors for arts equity to show how they can be used to understand the system of arts education and the structured pathways art students traverse from K-20 arts education system.
Teacher leaders assume a wide range of roles to support school and student success. Whether these roles are assigned formally or share informally, they build the entire school's capacity to improve. Ten Roles for Teacher Leaders; C. Harrison, J. Killion
Celebrated New Mexico Artists
Share their own online artwork to help build authentic connections among diverse learners.
Joanna Keane Lopez
Eric Paul Riege