New York City
Art Teachers 
Association

United Federation of Teachers

NYSATA- REGION 8 

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THANK YOU
TO THE 260 ART TEACHERS WHO TOOK THE TIME TO FILL OUT OUR SURVEY AND SHARE THEIR FEELINGS ABOUT WHAT IT WAS LIKE TEACHING REMOTELY AND THEIR CONCERNS ABOUT RETURNING IN SEPTEMBER.  THE RESULTS WERE SHARED WITH THE DOE OFFICE OF ARTS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND SENT TO UFT LEADERSHIP.
Scroll below to view the results in an interactive graphic format.
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COMING OCTOBER 21
4-6:30 PM
Virtual State of Art Ed Town Hall
 M
eeting with Karen Rosner,
 VISUAL ARTS,NYC DOE, OASP
WHAT DOES ART TEACHING LOOK LIKE FOR YOU. 
WHAT CHALLENGES  ARE YOU FACING,
WHAT IS WORKING, WHAT ISNT?  
SHARE AND NETWORK WITH COLLEAGUES
FIND OUT ABOUT NYCATA/UFT'S PROGRAMS FOR  20/21 
 SPACE WILL BE LIMITED.
PLEASE PRE-REGISTER HERE

Please keep us up to date on successes, difficulties and challenges

you may be having with your program either remotely on in person.

Email them to us at nycata.uft@gmail.com by Oct 11th for our meeting on the 21’st

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DOWNLOAD THE OASP
 "BACK TO TEACHING ART GUIDE" BELOW 

 "CONSIDERATIONS FOR BLENDED AND REMOTE LEARNING IN THE VISUAL ARTS"

REMOTE TEACHING/BACK TO SCHOOL ART SURVEY
THE RESULTS ARE IN!

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TEACHING THROUGH A PANDEMIC


ARTISTS/ART TEACHERS


 DIGITAL RESOURCES


  NAEA Advocacy: An Open Letter to Superintendents, Principals, and School Board Members


Artists and Educators are faced with the task of continuing classes digitally.  There are many resources to help. 

 Here are some useful links and we urge you to visit



PLEASE VISIT  OUR FACEBOOK PAGE TO POST ANY RELEVANT SITES AND IDEAS AND TO COMMUNICATE WITH OUR COMMUNITY IN REAL TIME.

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ANNOUNCING OUR THURSDAY NIGHT VIRTUAL TEACHER ART CLUB
AN INFORMAL AND FUN WAY TO NETWORK WITH COLLEAGUES 

AND MAKE ART FOR YOURSELF,  

MEETINGS ARE CONDUCTED VIA AN EASY CLICKABLE ZOOM LINK . 

CONTACT STEFANIE ABBEY AT MNDNSPIRIT@AOL.COM


YOU WILL BE EMAILED THE WEEK'S PROJECT, A LIST OF SUPPLIES

 AND THE ZOOM LINK EACH WEEK.


FIND VIDEOS OF ALL OUR PAST ART CLUB PROJECTS


HERE

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BLACK LIVES MATTER

Covid was only a small part of the problems we had to tackle as educators and citizens. Our Board unanimously voted to endorse and stand with the NY State Arts Education Community in support of Black Lives Matter.

Endorsed by the NYS Art , Dance, Music and Theater Education Associations.

 

FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO CONTACT US

OR TO ADD /UPDATE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS FOR OUR MAILING/MEMBERS LIST.

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ARTIST TEACHER

 EXHIBIT

Politics
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THANK YOU TO OUR PARTICIPATING ARTISTS AND ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Tim Brennan, John Bright, Jackie Cruz, Joan Davidson
Albert Justiniano, Ali Irizarry, Lisa Kaplan, Brian Matta
Margo Mead, Billy Moro-Wey, Ida Owens,
A. A. Sieunarine, Rosanna Soriano,Wendy Werner
Michael Young


 To participate in


 future exhibit 


opportunities


please email


nycata.uft@gmail.com



or fill out the 


contact us form 


on this page


PAST ARTIST TEACHER EXHIBITS

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STUDENT EXHIBITS

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Slide Show
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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