2019 Summer Arts Institutes
Ketchikan 'Amplifying Stories through Arts and Culture' Institute
2019 AAEC Kodiak Multicultural Arts Institute
Latest News from AAEC
The Alaska Arts Education Consortium is a non-profit organization that represents and serves Alaskan students and teachers to experience the arts as part of their education. Our commitment to arts education can take many forms, and now—during these stressful times...
NOTE: AAEC is continuing to proceed with planning the below Arts Institutes until which time they must be cancelled. If that happens, all registrants will be notified and any funds paid will be refunded. During the summer of 2020, AAEC is offering 4 diverse arts and...
Alaska's Commissioner of Education Dr. Michael Johnson has issued a proclamation making March Alaska's Arts Education Month. We hope to celebrate the arts every day, week and month but March showcases our collective efforts. Please download and post this proclamation...
The Board of Directors of the Alaska Arts Education Consortium met in Anchorage on October 4th and 5th for annual planning session. Much was accomplished in our short annual meeting at the BP Energy Center (thank you) . Watch for AAEC opportunities soon.
The annual AAEC Champions of Arts in Education Award honors individuals and organizations from around the state, whose efforts in teaching and supporting the arts across the curriculum ensure that all of Alaska’s students learn in and through the arts. This year’s honorees are Claire Scott, Linnus Danner, Sharon Clavette, and Angie Chervenak.
Nita Yurrliq Rearden, longtime AAEC Board Member and advocate for arts education, received the 2019 Governor's Arts and Humanities Award for Arts Education on February 7th. The Governor's Arts and Humanities Awards is an annual partnership between the Alaska...
The Alaska Arts Education Consortium (AAEC) is an affiliation of school districts, organizations and individuals committed to preparing and supporting educators so that they can teach the arts across the curriculum. Our mission is to advance teaching and learning in and through the arts across Alaska by:
Prepares and supports educators to teach the arts across the curriculum
Promotes the awareness of the importance of teaching and learning in and through the arts
Expands the opportunities to fulfill its mission through meaningful and ongoing relationships with partners,grantors, donors and alumni
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