Special thanks to Artome for their sponsorship of the 2022 Capitol Art Exhibition
The Capitol Art Exhibition (CAE) is an annual student art exhibition in honor of National Youth Art Month. In Georgia CAE has been a Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA) tradition for over fifty years. It began under the gold dome but is now too large for that space. Currently held in the Twin Towers building adjacent to the Capitol, CAE is the largest state-wide PreK through College-age student art exhibition in Georgia. Participants and their teacher should contact their Legislators to arrange to meet at the Reception on March 22, 2022, at 4PM.
Artwork Criteria: - Each current GAEA member may enter two artworks - Original, 2D artwork - no art criticism or group projects - Note: No 3D artwork this year - 2D not to exceed 24” x 30” (including mat) - No glass, canvas, frames, or foam core –(our panels have difficulty hanging these) - Matting - white or black mat board, maximum 3” - Use a backing-keep it simple [Black or white, minimal writing], the back of your work may be visible on the other side where other student work is displayed
For additional Information Contact: Dr. Aimee Burgamy, CAE Chair firstname.lastname@example.org Annie Park, CAE Co-Chair email@example.com
The 2022 CAE Committee includes: Chairperson: Dr. Aimee Burgamy, Aimee.Burgamy@gcpsk12.org, Hull Middle School. Co-Chair: Annie Park - firstname.lastname@example.org, Lanier Middle School. Region 1 Rep: Clair Bertram- Clair.Bertram@gcpsk12.org, Level Creek Elementary GCPS Rep: Christin Gilbreath Christin.Gilbreath@gcpsk12.org, Dacula High School Region 2 Rep: Florence Barnett - email@example.com, Creekside School. Region 3 Rep Florrie Manning – Florrie.firstname.lastname@example.org, Mossy Creek Middle On Site Volunteers: Christine Cliatt, Trickum Middle School Linn Zamora, Grayson High School
*Gwinnett- as Georgia’s largest county, representing more than 10% of all students in the State, GCPS has had its own representative to help equalize the duties of the Region. Gwinnett educators utilize interdepartmental mail to send art to the Representative postage free. Private, charter, and neighboring county's schools in the area may take art to the nearest GCPS school for POSTAGE FREE MAILING (with prior arrangement through the Gwinnett Rep).
The All-State Art Symposium Mission: The annual All-State Art Symposium is dedicated to promoting and recognizing the creative talents of high school students from Georgia's school districts. The symposium's workshops, juried exhibition and other events provide high school students with cultural opportunities, develop advanced studio skills, and cultivate aesthetic appreciation while recognizing excellence in high school art education. Through the dynamic symposium, students, parents and teachers celebrate creativity and the symbiotic relationship of art and society. Host: Columbus State University Department of Art Sponsor: Georgia Art Education Association (GAEA)
Celebrate your students’ accomplishments by exhibiting their work at an exhibit that gets 4 million visitors each year! GAEA has 2 galleries at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport which can display up to 220 works. Located on Concourse T and on the International Terminal (Concourse E) these exhibit spaces, which are reserved for GAEA members, change 3 times per year providing exhibit opportunities for more than 800 students. While art from k-12 is featured most of the year, college students may also apply.
*** Please contact Tara Connelly if you plan to submit artwork. For additional information or details e-mail Kirby Meng or Tara Connelly.
The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art invites Visual Art Teachers in Georgia to submit applications to KENNESAW STATE UNIVERSITY'S ART GALLERIES
KSU Youth Art Galleries The Bernard A. Zuckerman Museum of Art invites Georgia visual art educators to submit applications to Kennesaw State University’s Youth Art Galleries. The KSU Youth Art Galleries are dedicated to showcasing the work you and your students accomplish. Displays of P-12 student projects demonstrate the creativity happening in art classrooms across our state. Three times a year we rotate exhibitions in the Youth Art Galleries in Kennesaw Hall and in the Chantal and Tommy Bagwell Education Building. Each gallery has 30 ready-made frames to hold artworks up to 16” x 20”. Depending on pandemic restrictions, a reception may be held for students and their families. The artwork is returned after the show with the mats included. The KSU Youth Art Galleries are a collaboration between the Bagwell College of Education, the School of Art and Design, Art Education, and the Zuckerman Museum of Art. Exhibitions: November–February March–June July–October
Application Deadlines: September 15th for consideration of November–February displays. January 15th for consideration of March–June displays. April 15th for consideration of July–October displays.
Contact: Please call or email Elizabeth Thomas, 470-578-6767 or ethom142 at kennesaw.edu, for more information or to request the application packet.