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To plan your next party, make sure to hire a Party Bus in St Louis to transport the group

A party bus for rent in Sandy is a great way to show the young lady your appreciation while ensuring the safety of her friends. Whether you need to celebrate a graduation, birthday party, or bachelorette weekend, party buses are an excellent choice. These vehicles are affordable, safe, and provide the perfect transportation for a special occasion.

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If you’re planning a bachelorette or bachelor party in Utah, you’ll be surprised at how much fun you can have in a party bus. Whether you’re celebrating your new marriage with friends and family, a party bus will transport you from the airport to the venue with ease. You’ll be happy you hired a party bus for your bachelorette or bachelor parties. If you’re looking for a fun and safe way to celebrate your big day, a party bus can be the perfect solution.

A party bus is the perfect option for any occasion, but is the most expensive option for this kind of event?

If so, a party bus is the best choice for you. You’ll enjoy the ride, and it will be fun for everyone. Unlike a typical limo, a party bus is a good option for a prom or graduation. If you’re looking for a unique, memorable experience, a party bus is the perfect choice.

If you’re planning a prom, party bus rentals in Utah are the perfect way to celebrate. You’ll arrive in style and dance the night away in style. A party bus is the perfect choice for a high school prom or homecoming dance. If you’re planning a bachelorette party, a party bus is the perfect way to celebrate. These luxury vehicles are fully outfitted for the occasion, and have the latest amenities and features that make it an unforgettable experience.

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Updates to the UAEA website

The entire board is responsible for keeping the website up-to-date. You are responsible for reviewing the information and making any necessary changes to the webmaster. To submit information to the Webmaster, please fill out this form.

We Need You!

We have come to realize how difficult it can be to keep in touch with all the art teachers in the state. We need people who will help us spread the word about UAEA issues, and provide constructive feedback that will help guide this association in the right direction. Interested? Send an email to

Regular Board Meetings

September 6- 6:00 Timpanogos High School

November 3, 2:00 Corner Canyon High school (after fall conference).

January 25, 6:00 PM Saratoga Springs South Club 2306 South Shorewood Drive (Gathering of the entire board

February 21st (Time TBA) at Pineview high school (before spring conference).

March 28 – 6:00 TBA

Message from Anna

We now have a secretary! Tammy Ballard is our new secretary. Tammy is an artist educator who has been around for a while. She’s not currently teaching but is eager to get back in touch with her “peeps”.

To clarify some terminology. The UAEA Board Meetings will only be attended by 16 people. This includes the chairpersons of each committee as well as the executive committee members. Each committee chair will lead a smaller meeting committee at the UAEA Committee Meetings. Two UAEA Board Gatherings will be held, where all members of the UAEA Board are invited to attend. These Board Gatherings will take place in January and February, right before the conference. This will allow us to keep in touch with old friends and continue the relationships that we established at the board retreat.

If you’d like to learn more about Zoom before you meet with your committee members, Carrie and me will train you. Let us know.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need support. We are still learning so let’s get together to figure this out.

Anna Davis

UAEA President-Elect

Descriptions of Job

We are currently reviewing job descriptions for UAEA Board to clarify and better define our roles. This is just a small list that will grow as we move from the core outwardly. We are always looking to recruit hardworking, talented people to join the board.


To learn the duties and responsibilities associated with the presidency, the President Elect will be working alongside the President and Vice-President.


The President preside at all official meetings of UAEA. He also prepares an agenda for meetings of Executive Committee and Board of Directors.

As the representative of UAEA, the President will prepare an annual report on activities of UAEA for NAEA.

The President will be working with the Treasurer/Business manager, the Publications Coordinator and the Membership Coordinator

To carry out the activities of the UAEA, the President will nominate the chairpersons of necessary committees.

The Delegates Assembly of National Art Education Association will be represented by the President or his/her designee.

After the term ends, the President will be elected Past President of UAEA for a period of one year.


The Past President will be the Chairperson of this Nominations Committee.

For one year, the Past President will be the representative of UAEA to the Delegates Assembly of National Art Education Association.


The Secretary/Historian will maintain an accurate record of all Board of Directors meetings and distribute copies to them. Minutes of Executive Committee meetings will be kept and sent to the Executive Committee.

During his/her term, the Secretary will be the Association’s official historian.

Business Manager (Treasurer)

As directed by the President or the Board, the Treasurer/Business Manager will receive all funds of the association and make them available to the appropriate recipients.

The Treasurer/Business Manager will prepare an Annual Budget for the Association.

The Treasurer/Business manager will keep a record of all transactions monetary of the Association, and submit these records to audit.

The Treasurer/Business manager will present financial statements to all Board members and Regional Officers. A financial report shall be presented to all general membership meetings.

The Chairperson of Finance Committee will be the Treasurer/Business Manager. The Treasurer/Business manager will prepare and submit all required government reports.

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The Relationship Between Art and Education

The field of art and education is a vastly diverse one. It affects every aspect of social life and the development of an individual. Arts educators believe that art can help students develop their own knowledge, values, and beliefs about the arts. Thus, they implement curricula that are based on these principles. But what exactly is art and what does it do for society? The following article will discuss the relationship between the arts and education.

Art and education are essential aspects of life. The importance of appreciation of art is not only reflected in the quality of the work produced by the students, but also in the value they give to the work. It’s also an important part of education. Many students find it difficult to express themselves through words, but art can offer a positive outlet. It also encourages children to express themselves through art, allowing them to become better communicators, team players, and accept mistakes.

The relationship between art and education is more than visual

Learning about different historical periods and cultures through works of art helps students understand the literature and the social history of that period. In addition, the use of music, dance, and painting can enhance the learning of scientific principles and technological innovations. Participation in arts-related activities helps children excel in math, science, and writing competitions, and can improve their emotional health. In addition, it enhances academic performance and helps children develop communication skills.

Taking part in the arts helps students develop leadership skills, decision-making, planning, and reflection skills. It also prepares them to take on leadership roles, which they can use in the workplace. Finally, it helps students cultivate a sense of identity, which leads to a sense of purpose and confidence. These benefits will make art education an invaluable part of a child’s life. In fact, research suggests that the benefits of arts and education extend far beyond their creative pursuits.

In the field of art and education, students must learn the theory behind the field

This field is broad, and students must have a thorough understanding of the history of the discipline before they can apply it. ARTE 690 focuses on the relationship between art and education. The course is divided into two parts: issue-based courses and methodological classes. While the two differ in nature, both courses focus on the development of artistic practice and education.

ARTS 295 is an introduction to art education and a student’s philosophy. It covers general history, theory, professional standards, and aesthetics. It also introduces the student to the philosophy of art and educational practice. ARTS 300/400 will cover the current issues in the field of arts and education. It will also explore the state of the profession, and the philosophies of the field. It will focus on art goals and standards, as well as the role of the arts in the curriculum.

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It may be true that the arts can help with math, reading, cognition, verbal ability, and verbal skills, but it is also possible that learning arts can increase motivation, concentration and confidence.
Teachers are expressing increasing concern that the arts are being under attack. Teachers are losing their teaching positions, and supplies are not being funded.

We have prepared resources to assist UAEA members in having meaningful conversations with parents, administrators, and other community members.

  • Americans for the Arts
  • Art Aware
  • Arts Edge
  • Arts Education Partnership
  • Art Works for Kids
  • Center for Arts & Culture
  • Getty Institute
  • Arts in The News
  • Education Points
  • The arts are the heart of lifelong learning

The arts surround us. Complex and expressive design is evident in our clothing, cars, and homes. Every day we hear music. Television and cinema are full of drama and dance. We are more inclined to visit museums, the theatre, and to see dance and music performances.

Every culture has had the arts as a central part of its history and present. The best way to learn about other cultures is often through their arts. Our society is reflected in the arts. They engage and inform us subtly as well as deeply and add meaning to our collective experience.

All students need a comprehensive and sequential arts education.

Through the creation of the arts, students can express themselves in a unique way. Students with different learning styles and abilities can “find their voice” through the arts.

Students can perceive the world through the arts. The ability to perceive is the first step in thinking.

The arts experience can be transferred to basic thinking skills and strengthened in many areas. Research by Gardiner & Shaw, spatial-temporal thinking to improve mathematical reasoning. Language and analytical thinking are required for verbal thinking.

Students can learn a lot from their experiences in the creation of art. Collaboration, loyalty, reliability, respect, and responsibility are all qualities that can be learned from working with others.

Many state school boards require all arts to be taught in junior high and high school.

The arts should not be part of the curriculum but taught separately.

Students must be able to understand and critique the roles of theater, dance, and visual arts in society. They also need to learn how to create in each form.

Because they are part of all social contexts, the arts are essential to studying language arts and social studies.

Students can learn a lot about many subjects through the arts, which is a motivating way to learn.

Arts education prepares students to work in the workplace.

There are many well-paying, interesting job opportunities in the arts, or that use an arts background in the technology/communications and entertainment industries and in education.

Students with an arts degree are sought after by businesses because of their communication, reasoning and creating skills.

Arts education prepares students to go to college.

The U.S. Department of Education recommends high school and middle school students major in the arts. For admission to many universities, you will need one credit in the arts from high school. Arts training directly impacts the skills and behavior students will need for job success.

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