New York City
Art Teachers 
Association

United Federation of Teachers

NYSATA- REGION 8 

WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE 

2019 UPCOMING EVENTS!!

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MARCH IS YOUTH ART MONTH!


SHARE WHAT IS HAPPENING IN YOUR CLASSROOM WITH NY STATE.  TAKE A MINUTE TO SUBMIT

YOUR YOUTH ART MONTH REPORTING FORM

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2019 Student Exhibit Opportunity:



Inside/Outside:


 Young Artists Unite Against Bullying


 Part III 


Our third exhibit celebrating students artworks 

that take a stand against bullying and intolerance


Exhibit Reception and Student Recognition: May 17 2019  


CLICK HERE FOR OUR INSIDE/OUTSIDE TEACHER RESOURCE PAGE AND APPLICATION

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Friday, March 22nd 2019,


4:30-6:30pm at the UFT 50 Broadway, NY, NY 10004 


"Materials for The Arts",



Creative Reuse for 


TeachersWORKSHOP.


2 CTLE HOURS AVAILABLE *


register at 


http://www.uft.org/creative-reuse


DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE


*CTLE COURSES AT THE UFT ARE $30, REDUCED FEE IF NO CREDIT IS NEEDED.


6:30-8:30pm, join us for dinner and Conference planning meeting.

Email  www.artjaond@aol.com to rsvp


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FRIDAY APRIL 5TH, 2019, 4:30-6pm

 

NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETY 


Tour of contemporary artists Betye Saar exhibit: 


"Keepin' It Clean"

 

Followed with refreshments

 and art making workshop. 

 

1.5 CTLE credit will be available. 


FREE, 


SORRY SOLD OUT

  

Register at 


nycata.ticketleap.com/nyhs/

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2019 NYCATA/UFT 


Outstanding Art Educator Awards: 


Nominations are currently being accepted for NYCATA/UFT’s art educator of the year awards.  Teachers can be nominated on a variety of levels: 

 elementary, middle and high school, district 75, 

arts administrator, arts advocate, 

cooperating teacher/mentor and higher education. 


 Selected nominees will be recognized at our year-end general meeting and be our guest at our Oct 2019 Artworks conference. 


 Click HERE to see last year's awardees and download the new simplified nomination form. 


DEADLINE APRIL 29

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TUESDAY MAY 14TH, 4:30-8:30

IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE UFT MATH TEACHERS COMMITTEE


Exploring ArtMath/MathArt Connections:


“Knitting/Crocheting the Fibonacci Sequence”


DINNER INCLUDED WITH $20 REGISTRATION FEE!


SEE OUT FLYER FOR FULL INFO AND REGISTRATION


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JUNE 14 2019


NYCATA/UFT YEAR END MEETING AND DINNER


METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART, URIS CENTER


MORE INFO TO FOLLOW

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ARTWORKS 2019

SAVE THE DATE, SAT. OCT 26TH 2019

Interested in participating in our 2019 Conference

 Planning team? Email www.artjoand@aol.com

WORKSHOP PROPOSALS AND VENDOR TABLE APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED.  VISIT OUR CONFERENCE PAGE

NYCATA/UFT ANNOUNCES JEAN SHIN 

AS ARTIST OF THE YEAR/KEYNOTE SPEAKER! 

Nationally recognized artist Jean Shin recently completed Elevated, the public art commission at MTA’s Second Ave Subway at 63rd Street Station in New York City. She is best known for her monumental installations that transform everyday objects into elegant expressions of identity and community engagement. Her work has been widely exhibited in over 150 major museums and cultural institutions, including solo exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, Philadelphia Museum of Art and Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC. Her numerous awards include two New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowships in Architecture/Environmental Structures (2008) and Sculpture (2003). Born in Seoul Korea, Shin resides in Brooklyn and is a tenured Adjunct Professor of Fine Art at Pratt Institute .
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THANKS TO ALL WHO CAME OUT TO NAEA NYC 
NYCATA HOSTED A GREAT WORKSHOP/FORUM AND TOPPED IT OFF WITH A FUN SATURDAY EVENING SOCIAL AT THE SHERATON!
Thanks to the UFT for their support and to Davis, Sax, Sargent, and
 Faber-Castell for their fantastic doorprizes!!!

HOPE TO SEE YOU AT NAEA2019, BOSTON MARCH 14-18

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ARTIST/TEACHER 

EXHIBITS

EXHIBIT YOUR OWN 

ARTWORK WITH NYCATA/UFT
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2019 SPRING EXHIBIT

 

 AT BORICUA COLLEGE


3755 BROADWAY, NYC


MAY 6TH TO MAY 30 2019


RECEPTION - MAY 10TH


DEADLINE TO ENTER 


MARCH 26


DOWNLOAD THE ENTRY FORM



HERE


 for more information 



    

PAST ARTIST TEACHER EXHIBITIONS

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STUDENT EXHIBIT OPPORTUNITY
NYCATA/UFT YOUNG ARTISTS UNITE AGAINST BULLYING III.
2019 STUDENT EXHIBIT
ELECTRONIC ENTREES DUE
MARCH 22, 2019
CLICK HERE TO GO TO OUR
INSIDE/OUTSIDE TEACHER RESOURCE PAGE. 
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Slide Show: History of NYCATA Artworks Conference posters designed by Tom Naegele

In Memory of Sylvia Corwin
Past President NYCATA/UFT, NYSATA.

Sylvia Kassner Corwin at the age of 95 passed peacefully on August 25. Throughout her life she persevered in trying to improve the world using art education as the main vehicle. She was instrumental in using the theory of visual thinking to teach high school students to read during her long teaching and administrative positions in the New York City school system. She contributed to the art education literature as well as being an accomplished artist herself.  During 35 years as high school art supervisor. art teacher and NYU Supervisor of art student teachers she was honored with awards from NAEA (Eastern Region Secondary Art Teacher, National Retired Art Educator), UCAE (Lifetime Service), NYSATA, NYCATA/UFT, Mayor Ed Koch, Bronx Borough Presidents, Freedom Foundation, School Art League, Bronx Museum of Arts, American Federation of Art. Corwin is Developer/Demonstrator of ESEA/NYSBOE funded Reading Improvement Through Art (RITA). Corwin is cited in Who’s Who in American /art and in Collins, G. & Sandell, R, Women in Art and Education.