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KYAEA advocates for and increases the quality of visual arts education through professional development, collaboration, and leadership opportunities.

Grants & Scholarships

June 12, 2019

Allan Perkins will always be remembered as a dedicated friend to the Kentucky Art Education Association. He was instrumental in developing our original website and making it a valuable resource for educators all over the country. In the countless long hours that he volunteered, his smiling face was always there to greet art educators as he welcomed members to each year’s fall conference. 

This year KyAEA is...

November 20, 2018

The Kentucky Art Education Association is happy to offer the opportunity for members to apply for one of three Mini-Grants available for the Spring Semester of 2019.  Please use the link below to access the application.

A presentation of the funded project will be required at the KyAEA Fall Conference following the completion of the project. Images, videos, and/or samples of the project are encouraged to provide documentat...

August 17, 2018

Allan Perkins will always be remembered as a dedicated friend to the Kentucky Art Education Association. He was instrumental in developing our original website and making it a valuable resource for educators all over the country. In the countless long hours that he volunteered, his smiling face was always there to greet art educators as he welcomed members to each year’s fall conference. 

This year KyAEA is...

July 10, 2017

Part of KyAEA's mission is to improve art education in our state. We award teachers and their students grants that will impact their teaching and learning.  Any member of KyAEA is able to apply for an arts mini-grant. If your mini-grant application is approved, you will receive up to $250 toward your project.  

How do I apply?

Download the Mini-Grant Application Form. This form needs to be completed and sent to Jennife...

July 10, 2017

Allan Perkins will always be remembered as a dedicated friend to the Kentucky Art Education Association. He was instrumental in developing our original website and making it a valuable resource for educators all over the country. In the countless long hours that he volunteered, his smiling face was always there to greet art educators as he welcomed members to each year’s fall conference. 

KyAEA offers two Allan Perkins Scholars...

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