New York State Art Teachers Association Region 7 represents Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, and Westchester counties in the lower Hudson Valley. With over 200 members, we are a community of learners who are teachers – supporting and sustaining one another as we keep current with professional practice and research.
A unique professional development opportunity
Drawing and Cognition Research and Education Symposium
How can drawing act to help us think, learn and understand?
Drawing performances, presentations and workshops will explore how the drawing process can work to materialize and extend our ideas and perceptions of ourselves, others and the world in new ways.
Open to all educators, artists and others! No prior training in drawing required.
New York State In-Service Teachers can receive up to 13 CTLE credit hours.
Take this as an opportunity to join the conversation, share studio and teaching practices, and try out something new!
Dr. Kantrowitz, the coordinator for the event, tells us that they still have space to include additional workshops, if there are those who think might be interested and have something unique to offer.
Dr. Andrea Kantrowitz,
Graduate Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor
Art Education Program
SUNY New Paltz
2019 ART TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARDS
All Award Recipients will be celebrated at NYSATA R7’s Annual Awards Celebration on June 15, 2019, from 2-5 pm at our membership art show at Unison Art Center in New Paltz, New York.
Region 7 Art Teacher Awards
The objectives of the Region 7 Awards Program are:
• To recognize excellence in the many outstanding individuals;
• To focus professional attention on quality art education and exemplary art educators;
• To increase public awareness of the importance of quality art education;
• To set standards for quality art education and how they can be achieved; and
• To provide tangible recognition of achievement, earn respect of colleagues, and enhance professional opportunities for Region 7 members.
Region 7 well represented at the NYSATA annual conference in Buffalo last November.