Art Education Resources
Your experience in Art Education is as rich and varied as you want to make it. We welcome your energy and creativity. So many ways to get involved:
The National Art Education Association (NAEA) Student Chapter at Texas State University, aka ArtCats, is open to membership by students who intend to become art teachers or who are in studio art, art history, photography, or communication design. Meetings are held twice each month. Dates and times of meetings are determined each semester and membership may be on a semester-by-semester basis.
Students are urged to also join the National Art Education Association ($40 for students) and to attend the annual NAEA conference—in San Antonio April 13-15, 2023. For more information, contact Dr. Kevin Jenkins, Faculty Advisor.
Upcoming Volunteer Events
Get involved with your community. Sign-up to participate in these events:
Bobcat Days: Prospective students and their families tour campus. We need guides and facilitators. Learn more and see the schedule for upcoming Bobcat Days.
- Family Fun Days at the Meadows Center. Help children with crafts stations. Select Saturdays throughout the year.
- Mermaid Aqua Faire Help children with crafts stations, September. Learn more at the Mermaid Society SMTX.
- ArtSpace at Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos. Teach art lessons. Thursdays & Fridays throughout the year. (See tab below for more information.)
ArtSpace is a program for children and families in San Marcos. As a community-centered art and education initiative, ArtSpace provides Texas State students an excellent opportunity to contribute to the creative well-being of children and youth as well as young adults with special needs.
ArtSpace is housed at Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos, a community nonprofit dedicated to advancing cultural and educational opportunities for all families in our community.
For more information about volunteering to teach art at ArtSpace, contact Linda Kelsey-Jones: email@example.com.
Building sustainable computational fluencies in classrooms and communities in San Marcos, Texas. Visit the FLT website to learn more.
Summer Studios for Art Educators
District Job Boards
Explore each district's pre-registration process and sign-up for job alerts. Begin investigating your options early.
The Art Education Program wants to connect with former students! Please join our list by sending your name, email, and the years of your attendance at Texas State University. Contact Dr. Adetty Pérez de Miles, Art Education Program Coordinator.
Summer professional development (stay tuned)
Don't forget to check resources and job openings in the Career Resources section above