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Sue Root
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ssional Development:
Elementary Roundtable

Michelle Turner
Elementary Rep

Middle School

Jamie Verbinnen - Middle School Rep

High School

Barbara Wunderler

High School Rep

RIAEA Members

RIAEA Clay Event!
Get Dirty at Mudstone Studio!
Friday, May 6
6:00pm- whenever

30 Cutler Street, Warren, RI 02885
Suite #129

Come visit Mudstone Studio and work with clay for the evening with our host, potter Adam Ferbert.  The evening will consist of an all-levels hand building exercise demonstration followed by open studio time.

Free to RIAEA members!
Non-member fee $10
Light refreshments will be served

If you haven't worked with clay lately, now is a great time to get your hands dirty!

RSVP to Michelle Turner 401-744-9395 (text or call) or Adam  by May 1st

2016 RIAEA Fall Conference

Click here to fill out Proposal Form

2016 Wickford Art Association and RIAEA Scholarship
2016 Scholarship Event

The following information announces the students who have won the
prestigious Wickford Art Association Scholarship Awards.

Congratulations to the following students!

First Place Award ($2500): Kyle Palma, 
South Kingstown High School
Educator: Gail Saborio

Second Place ($1500): Hope Teran,
Chariho High School
Educator: Synora Matacia

Third Place ($1000): Stephannie Cames,
Lincoln High School
Educators: Susan Kolenda, Heather Binder

Fourth Place (Director's Award, $500.00): Sydney Darrow, 
Tiverton High School
(Educator: Liane Byrnes

2016 RIAEA Art Educators Exhibit

2016 Educators’ Exhibit Awards:

Best 3D in Show: Cali Almy. Nautilus. Pit-Fired Ceramics
Best 2D in Show: Denny Moers. Beech Tree #1. Photography
Most Creative and Innovative Work: Stephen Saunders. Sky Dangers. Mixed Media
Honorable Mention: Jaqueline Bartlett. Giraffe. Digital Photography and Photoshop
Honorable Mention: Michael Chatterley. Cloudy Sky. High Fire Clay

U.S. Senator Jack Reed's 2016 High School Art Competition

Click here to download Competition Guidelines

2010 Team East
Members of the RIAEA Executive Board with Deborah Reeves, Executive Director of the NAEA - Taken at the 2010 Team East Retreat in Newport, RI

Christine Mullen, Robert Sabol (Past-President of NAEA), Deborah Reeves (Executive Director of NAEA), Jean Carmody and John Tedeschi at the 2013 NAEA National Convention in NYC.

RIAEA Advocacy
Rhode Island Art Education Association presents...
Artfully Inspired!
Artfully Inspired was created as an Art’s Advocacy video representing the Rhode Island Art Education Association, and all Rhode Island students. Artfully Inspired was filmed in January of 2011 at the RI Scholastic Art Awards Gallery opening at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island.

The Mission of the Rhode Island Art Education Association is to offer opportunities for professional development, leadership and service in order to advance the quality of art education.

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