In lieu of our one week on-campus Residential Summer Studio, we invited students from our online Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE) program to take part in a two-week, at-home studio intensive. This approach gave students the opportunity to foster good studio practice habits at home and helped them… Read more >
William Morris, a leading voice in Victorian England’s Arts and Crafts movement, famously declared, “You can’t have art without resistance in the materials.” This sentiment rings true for Dougie Smith, a graduate from the University of Florida’s online Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE) who teaches at a juvenile… Read more >
The University of Florida is known for its excellence in distance education. In fact, they have received top rankings for Best Online Programs from U.S. News & World Report. The online Master of Arts in Art Education (MAAE) is one such high caliber online program that allows students to work… Read more >
The decision to become an art teacher doesn’t always start early in your college education experience, and while it may seem daunting to switch gears after graduation, there are some considerations to make a transition into an art education career much easier. Learning how to become an art teacher without… Read more >
Art educators are constantly discovering new passions and avenues of creativity that inspire them to research further and incorporate into their teaching philosophies. For University of Florida Art Education students, these ideas can be sparked in the classroom, the studio, or across the globe. This Spring, UF graduate and undergraduate… Read more >
Having taught art at Caldwell County Middle School since 2011, UF SA+AH graduate student Miranda Meeks knew that she wanted to enroll in a “strong art program” without leaving her school and students in Kentucky. UF’s online graduate program in Art Education provided Meeks this opportunity through a combination of… Read more >
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