New York City
Art Teachers 
Association

United Federation of Teachers

NYSATA- REGION 8 

WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE 

2019 UPCOMING EVENTS!!

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September 20, 2019

  "STATE OF ARTS EDUCATION"

Welcome Back Open Membership Meeting at the UFT 4:30-6:30pm 

      Hear from Karen Rosner, NYC DOE, Visual Arts Coordinator
followed by our
Community and Arts Organizations Round Table.

JOIN US TO FOR NETWORKING AND REFRESHMENTS!

Attention Arts and Art Ed organizations that want to share their program with our membership. Please use or contact us form below if you want your organization to be part of our round table

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September 25th 

ART/MATH Workshop at the UFT: 

Discover Art and Math Connections
 by Examining Series of Art Work and the Fibonacci Sequence.

    Presenters: Joan L. Davidson, President Emeritus, NYCATA/UFT 
             Roberta M. Eisenberg, Chairperson, UFT Math Teachers Committee

MORE INFO COMING SOON

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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

 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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NYCATA/UFT YOUNG ARTISTS UNITE AGAINST BULLYING III.
2019 STUDENT EXHIBIT
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MARCH 22, 2019
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Slide Show: History of NYCATA Artworks Conference posters designed by Tom Naegele

In Memory of Amy Brooke Snider

2014 NYCATA /UFT
ART EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR

Thank you Amy, you were a mentor and friend to so many and true leader in our field. 


Amy Brooke Snider, July 26, 1940 - December 17, 2018, an artist whose medium was education. Born in Queens, NY, to Silas and Clara Snider (nee Fox). After studying painting, she earned a PhD in Education from NYU. Dr. Snider's five decades of innovative work as a teacher of art and design education in NYC public schools and The Pratt Institute were characterized by a collaborative spirit and interdisciplinary approach. At Pratt, Snider founded the Art & Design Education Department and was its Chair for over 30 years. She remained Professor Emerita until her death.  Contributions in her name may be made to the ACLU, and/or to EPIC Long Island c/o Mr. Tom Hopkins, 1500 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NY, 11554