Call for Students

Call for Student Artwork to Display at the 2012 National Art Educators Association Conference, NYC Conference/Display: March 1- 4, 2012
Location: Downtown New York City
Artwork Due: February 10, 2011
Sign up at:

To Request flyer to be snail mailed to you, please email Jennifer Marsh (NAEA Member) at or
Artwork already submitted and will be included in this exhibit

This exhibit is part of the Dream Rocket project, a global public art project happening at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
The Dream Rocket Art Project is the first of its scope in the world. For a student to have the opportunity to participate in this project will not only be a learning experience, but offer the student a place in history. The Dream Rocket Project offers the benefits of dynamic cross-curricular art education strategies, national and international collaboration, and an outlet for individual expression.

The designated theme of submissions, “Dare to Dream”, challenges individuals to expand beyond the present state of the world and imagine thefuture. Perhaps most importantly, individuals are asked to imagine their contribution to that future. These individual dreams & aspirations willcombine to create a monumental 32,000 sq ft work art, providing a tangible demonstration of the beauty of individuals collaborating to meet universal challenges. Submissions are also being placed on tour and displayed in national & international venues up until the time the Saturn V is wrapped, to date, 42shows have been organized.

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