NEFSAA: Art Scholarships for Students and Teachers

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Art Education.. Please advocate for Art Education!! Please help the North East Florida Scholastic Art Awards by provideing art scholarships for students and teachers.!
nefsaa@gmail.com

www.artandwriting.org

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  • The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards has anlegacydating back to 1923. Over the years, the Awards have grown to become the longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S., and the nation’s largest source of scholarships for creative young artists and writers. There is an impressive list of successful past winners.
  • This last June, Usher congratulates the gold medal winners. Students have several tiers of competition to get to this point. The Medals are just like Olympic Medals.
  • Categories in Art : Architecture, Ceramics & Glass,Comic Art,Design, Digital Art,Drawing,Fashion,Film & Animation,Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting,Photography, Printmaking,Sculpture, Video Games **, Art Portfolio and 11 categories of writing,
  • Who can sponsor? School districts, departments of education, community-based organizations, colleges and universities, regional consortia, newspapers, libraries, museums, National Writing Project sites, and National Education Association state chapters
  • These are some images from Affiliate North East Florida Scholastic Art Awards assembly. These were the Silver key winners.
  • Jack Matthews, co chair of Nefsaa, and past president of FAEA, presents Certificates at the awards ceremony at the downtown public library .
  • Blind Judging: Our jurors do not know the identities of students who submit work to the Awards.,Freedom of Expression: No work will be disqualified on the basis of its content.,The Criteria: Originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal vision or voice.
  • Rewards of national win: Include work being on display at Pratt and Parsons, NYC
  • There is An Awards Assembly at Carnegie hall.
  • And millions of dollars in scholarship opportunities.
  • Digital Art, Kaitlin Carpenter 17, “Corporations”
  • Drawing: Dillon Arthur 17, Birthday King, gold medal from North Florida, shown in the catalogue
  • Digital Art, Mary Polidan 17, “Widowed”
  • Painting,Jayna Senn, Age 13, “Locks”
  • NEFSAA: Art Scholarships for Students and Teachers

    1. 1. NORTH EAST FLORIDA SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS An Affiliate of Scholastic Art Awards, The Alliance of Young Artists and Writers. We want our regional art students to be part of this and to experience the opportunities !!! www.artandwriting.org
    2. 2. WE REPRESENT ALL ART STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-12 IN SIX COUNTIES IN NORTH EAST FLORIDA. (BAKER, CLAY, DUVAL, NASSAU, ST JOHN, AND VOLUSIA) Please help our kids participate in this competition for recognition, prizes, and scholarships, and to attend the national awards ceremony in NYC at Carnegie Hall. We Need Funds to provide Scholarships and Training for Teachers and Students, to put on an Exhibit, to Fund the Awards Ceremony, and Help Fund Winning Students and Teachers to Participate
    3. 3. THE AWARDS ARE RECOGNIZED THROUGHOUT THE NATION AS THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS ART COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-12 National Winners are recognized at the highest level
    4. 4. WHAT ARE SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS?   The Olympics of the Visual Arts Since 1923 The longest-running, most prestigious recognition program for creative teens in the U.S  The nation’s largest source of scholarships for creative young artists and writers  Past winners includes Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Richard Avedon, Robert Redford, Joyce Carol Oates, Stephen King, John Updike  Partners with more than 100 visual and literary arts organizations in local communities.  Teens in grades 7 through 12 can apply in 28 categories of art and writing  All students can enter in Public, Private, Home and Virtual Schools  Works are exhibited or published  Submissions are juried by professional artists. Panelists look for works that best exemplify originality, technical skill and the emergence of a personal voice or vision.  In the last five years alone, students submitted nearly 900,000 original works of art and writing.  60 top art institutes and colleges have partnered with the Awards to make  $40 million in scholarships and financial aid available to regional and national Scholastic Award winners.  Tiered competition, from local, regional to national
    5. 5. The Olympics of the Visual Arts Since 1923
    6. 6. CURRENT ART Architecture  Ceramics & Glass  Comic Art  Design  Digital Art  Drawing  Fashion  Film & Animation  Jewelry  Mixed Media  Painting  CATEGORIES Photography  Printmaking  Sculpture  Video Games **  Art Portfolio 
    7. 7. WHO CAN SPONSOR?  THE DUVAL ART TEACHERS ASSOCIATION IS THE PROUD SPONSOR OF NORTH EAST FLORIDA SCHOLASTIC ART AWARD along with other affiliates throughout the nation  school districts departments of education,  community-based organizations,  colleges and universities,  regional consortia,  newspapers,  libraries,  museums,  National Writing Project sites  National Education Association state chapters 
    8. 8. NEFSAA Gold Key Winners 2013
    9. 9. NEFSAA 2014 Gold Key Portfolio Winners
    10. 10. JUDGING CRITERIA SINCE THE ONSET IN 1923:  Blind Judging: Our jurors do not know the identities of students who submit work to the Awards.  Freedom of Expression: No work will be disqualified on the basis of its content.  The Criteria: Originality, technical skill, and the emergence of a personal vision or voice.
    11. 11. NEFSAA ART EXHIBITION 2014, MAIN STREET LIBRARY, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
    12. 12. REWARDS OF NATIONAL WIN: INCLUDE WORK BEING ON DISPLAY AT PRATT AND PARSONS, NYC
    13. 13. NEFSAA AWARDS ASSEMBLY, JACKSONVILLE UNIVERSITY, FEB. 1, 2014, STANDING ROOM ONLY
    14. 14. NATIONAL AWARDS ASSEMBLY, 2013 AT CARNEGIE HALL Only two of our seven National winners were able to Attend
    15. 15. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES FROM COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES FOR REGIONAL GOLD KEY WINNERS FOR STUDENTS WHO APPLY AND ARE ACCEPTED: Savannah College of Art and Design awards all Gold Key Winners a $3000 scholarship award.  Savannah College of Art and Design awards each Gold Key Portfolio Winners $5000 a year.  Jacksonville University awards one Gold Key Portfolio student $5000 a year.  University if North Florida awards one Gold Key Portfolio Winner $1500 a year. 
    16. 16. 60 COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES EARMARK A TOTAL OF $8 MILLION ART: Adelphi University Art Academy of Cincinnati Art Center College of Design Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University The Art Institutes Bennington College California College of the Arts Carnegie Mellon University Cleveland Institute of Art College for Creative Studies College of Mount St. Joseph Columbus College of Art & Design Corcoran College of Art & Design Cornish College of the Arts Kendal College of Art & Design at Ferris State University Kenyon College Laguna College of Art & Design Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts Maine College of Art Maryland Institute College of Art Massachusetts College of Art and Design Memphis College of Art and Design Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design Minneapolis College of Art & Design Montserrat College of Art Moore College of Art & Design New Hampshire Institute of Art Oregon College of Art & Craft Otis College of Art and Design Pacific Northwest College of Art Parsons The New School for Design Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Pratt Institute Purchase College, SUNY-School of Art and Design Rhode Island School of Design Ringling College of Art & Design Rochester Institute of Technology, College of Imaging Arts and Sciences San Francisco Art Institute School of The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston School of Visual Arts Syracuse University, College of Visual & Performing Arts University of the Arts University of Michigan, School of Art and Design Virginia Marti College of Art and Design Writing: Adelphi University Bennington College Chatham University College of Mount St. Joseph Kenyon College Salem College University of Maine, Farmington
    17. 17. JUST LOOK AT THE QUALITY OF THE WORK FROM OUR REGION An Affiliate of Scholastic Art Awards, The Alliance of Young Artists and Writers. We want our regional art students to be part of this and to experience the opportunities !!! www.artandwriting.org
    18. 18. DIGITAL ART KAITLIN CARPENTER, AGE 17, “CORPORATIONS”
    19. 19. DRAWING Dillon Arthur Age 17 “ Birthday King”
    20. 20. DIGITAL ART MARY POLIDAN 17, WIDOWED
    21. 21. PAINTING JAYNA SENN, AGE 13, “LOCKS”
    22. 22. NORTH EAST FLORIDA SCHOLASTIC ART AWARDS An Affiliate of Scholastic Art Awards, The Alliance of Young Artists and Writers. We want our regional art students to be part of this and to experience the opportunities !!! www.artandwriting.org

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