The Arts Education Partnerships is dedicated to advancing the arts in education through research, policy and practice.
Americans for the Arts is an advocacy organization working to ensure that every American has access to the transformative power of the arts.
Art21 promotes contemporary art through television and digital programming, and its Educators Program helps educators engage students in creative and critical thinking across subject areas through contemporary art.
ArtMuseumTeaching.com is a digital community and collaborative online forum for reflecting on issues of teaching, learning and experimental practice in the field of art museum education.
ArtsEdSearch is a project of the Arts Education Partnership and hub for research on the impact of the arts in education.
The College Arts Association is an international leadership organization in the visual arts. It supports those who study, teach, write about, advocate for and/or create art and design.
Google Arts & Culture is an online platform through which the public can access high-resolution images of artworks housed in the initiative’s partner museums.
The Incredible Art Department website provides resources and information geared to K-12 art educators.
The International Society for Education Through Art is a non-governmental organization and official partner of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Its mission encompasses advocacy, networking and the advancement of both art education research and practice.
The Council on Learning Outside the Classroom is an advocacy organization based in the United Kingdom.
Museum-Ed is dedicated to meeting the needs of museum educators by providing tools and resources by and for the museum education community.
The National Art Education Association is the leading professional membership organization for visual arts educators who work in educational settings including public schools, universities and art museums. Its website provides links to state art education associations.
The National Assembly of State Arts Agencies is the professional association of the nation’s 56 state and jurisdictional arts agencies. It champions public support for the arts in America. It compiles and disseminates important arts education research on its website.
The National Education Association is dedicated to public education and is one of the nation’s largest professional organizations.
The Guild develops current and emerging leaders at hundreds of organizations nationwide to maximize the impact of arts education, strengthen and sustain programs, and generate innovative solutions.
Phi Delta Kappa International is a U.S. professional organization for educators. You can read its report, The art of partnerships: Community resources for arts education, here.
SECAC (formerly the Southeast College Art Conference) is a national organization that promotes the study and practice of the visual arts in higher education. Its annual conference provides members with a forum for the exchange of ideas and concerns relevant to the practice and study of art.
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