The Gibbes Museum of Art is accepting submissions for the annual
Mary Whyte Art Educator Award
Established in 2007, the Mary Whyte Art Educator Award is designed to highlight a high school visual art teacher in South Carolina school districts who has demonstrated superior commitment to their students and to their craft. The award is accompanied by a cash prize of $2,500 and is administered and presented annually by the Gibbes Museum of Art.
Entries for the annual award and $2,500 cash prize can be made exclusively online at marywhyteaward.org through June 1, 2015. Artists who have applied previously must update their online entry form in order to remain eligible.The award is being offered to educators throughout the state.The review panel will select the finalists in June, and the Gibbes Museum of Art will announce the winner at the South Carolina Art Educators Association staff development conference in the fall.
Where are the GREAT Art Teachers? They are out there and they need to be recognized! Now is your chance. It is time to nominate the peers that inspire you (as well as your students, parents, and community) for an SCAEA Award!
There are many different categories. So, look for the one that compliments your nominee’s strengths. Then, give them the lasting recognition they deserve for all their efforts!
You know art teachers that deserve an award (and administrators, too). Sacrifice as little as ten minutes of your lunch or weekend and show them you noticed. They will love you for it!
The nomination process is painless! We promise! The deadline for nominating is July 31st. See the 2015 Call for Nominations for the details.
As well, we are offering Scholarships for Arts Education majors...check out that, too!
Make that special art teachers day and nominate them for an SCAEA Award today!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Visit our website: http://francephotoandpainting.com for dates, fees, itineraries, photographs, samples of work by faculty and former participants, and other details.
Places are still available for all sessions, but space is limited. So, if you are interested in signing up or have any questions, please contact us as soon as possible at: email@example.com