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The NYSATA News is a publication that contains information vital to the field of art education in New York State. In addition to timely articles, advocacy information and current news about NYSATA initiatives is included. Three digital issues per year are published, along with one print issue (Conference Edition) that is mailed in the Fall.

Inside the Current Issue:

Embracing Change

The New York State Art Teachers Association announces the fall online issue of the NYSATA News. This extensive issue features numerous articles, written by working art teachers, that resonate with the theme of our November Conference in Binghamton, combined with up-to-date listings of conference workshops and events. The conference theme – Media, Mind, Method: embracing change – has prompted a strong response from our art teacher/writers who work in art classrooms from the primary grades through high school. This issue’s authors narrate personal struggles, creative challenges, engagement with new curriculum and methods, and resounding successes. So – in addition to scanning the listing of over 100 November Conference workshops for favorites, take the time to read the articles and listen to your colleagues and friends as they share their lives in and outside the art classroom.

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