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2016 Scrapbook

Ohio Celebrates Youth Art Month

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Table of Contents

3…...............................................................Welcome and General Informa@on

11............................................................Exhibi@ons, Events, and Observances

31….................................................................................................Par@cipa@on

37…….....................................................................................................Funding

42.…..................................................Advocacy and Adver@sing through Media

54…..........................................................................................Special Materials

55….....................................................................................................Reflec@on

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Dear Visitors,!

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Thank you for taking the time to look through our first

ever OAEA ‘Youth Art Month’ digital scrapbook! The purpose of

this collection of information is to share the colorful story of

how our state celebrates ‘Youth Art Month’ !

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As an association, one of our greatest strengths is the

dedication of our leaders and members, whose countless volunteer

hours and enthusiasm produced the awesome ‘Youth Art Month’

Exhibitions and Observances you are about to see. Thanks to all

who contributed; you are each appreciated !

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And, of course, a round of applause to our talented young

Ohio artists! Student ‘Youth Art Month’ artworks are !

included as page backgrounds throughout this presentation, !

and you can view all of our YAM student work online at

http://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=142137!

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Also, Please visit our OAEA website at !

http://www.oaea.org for more information.!

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A note of welcome…

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Ohio Art Educa@on Associa@on

2016 Ohio Youth Art Month Logo

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2016 YAM Flag Design Winner

Ohio Art Educa@on Associa@on

YAM Theme: The Power of Art

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2016 Ohio YAM Observance w General Informa@on

• State Exhibi7ons Coordinator (1 year in this posi@on): Dawn Norris. 6503

Riverside Drive, Powell, OH 43065. Phone (614) 496-6839. Email

dnorris1@mac.com

• YAM Coordinator/Archivist (1 year in this posi@on): Robin Klass. 8216 Voltaire

Ct., Waynesville, OH, 45068. Phone (937) 760-2002. Email

robinthea.klass@live.com

• Ohio has observed ‘Youth Art Month’ for 45 years.

• Who Endorsed ‘Youth Art Month’ in Ohio? The Ohio Department of EducaXon,

the Ohio Art EducaXon AssociaXon FoundaXon, The Ohio Arts Council, The Ohio

CiXzens for the Arts, The Ohio Alliance for the Arts, various school districts across

the state, various colleges and universiXes across the state, various museums, and

art centers of the State of Ohio.

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OAEA Sponsored ‘Youth Art Month’ State-Wide Exhibi@ons Facts

• OAEA is proud to sponsor the Young People’s Art Exhibi@on (YPAE) and

the Youth Art Month (YAM) Exhibi@on in conjunc@on with

‘Youth Art Month’ in March.

• 2016 is the 36 th year OAEA has hosted these two shows.

• Students from all nine regions of our state are represented.

• This year, 269 students par@cipated and had works on display in

Columbus, Ohio.

• Both shows were held on March 5 th , 2016 at the Rhodes State Office

Tower and the State Teacher Re@rements Systems (STRS) building in

Columbus, Ohio.

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Evidence of Increased Support for Art Educa@on as a Result of YAM Ac@vi@es

The OAEA operates a wide spectrum of art exhibiXons designed

to not only showcase talented students and teachers, but also to

advocate for the importance of art educaXon in Ohio’s K-12

schools.

The month of March offers a special opportunity to showcase

the visual arts throughout the state of Ohio because it it ‘Youth

Art Month’. The OAEA sponsors two exhibiXons in Columbus

during the month of March. First is the Youth Art Month (YAM)

Exhibi1on at the STRS building, which also includes works from

the Jerry Tollifson Art CriXcism Open and the YAM Flag and

Graphic Design CompeXXon. The other state-wide exhibiXon is

the Young People's Art Exhibi1on (YPAE) located at the Rhodes

State Office Tower. Any OAEA member may parXcipate in these

state-wide programs.

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Evidence of Increased Support for Art Educa@on as a Result of YAM Ac@vi@es

The OEAE-sponsored YAM and YPAE events spotlight art educaXon in

our schools. In conjuncXon with these programs, we publicize

acXviXes associated with the events, provide teachers with ideas for

public relaXons and offer suggesXons for highlighXng the

accomplishments of art students.

The YAM Flag and Graphic Design Contest also promotes art

educaXon and advocacy. PromoXonal materials are sent to local

friends of the arts, board of educaXon members and administrators

during ‘Youth Art Month’.

The winning Flag art goes to Washington, D.C. and is displayed at the

STRS building in Columbus, the NAEA NaXonal ConvenXon, and next

year’s OAEA convenXon. The Graphic Design winning entry is made

into a poster for display during ‘Youth Art Month’ at the STRS building,

and the designer and school both receive mounted posters to keep.

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2016 OAEA Exhibi@ons Commi`ee

From led to right – Dawn Norris (State ExhibiXons Coordinator), Robin Klass (YAM Coordinator/

Archivist), Megan Newton (YPAE Exhibit Chair), Missy Higgins-Linder (Jerry Tollifson Art CriXcism

Chair), Jennifer Thompson (HS Exhibit Chair). Not pictured: Kelly Burchin (YAM Flag/Graphic Chair)

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OAEA YAM Exhibi@on at the STRS Building in Columbus, Ohio

OAEA extends continued thanks to the STRS building staff for all of their

support and assistance in hosting this annual exhibition.!

State

Exhibi@ons

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OAEA YAM Exhibi@on at the STRS Building in Columbus, Ohio

State

Exhibi@ons

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Jerry Tollifson Art Cri@cism Open (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon)

Jerry Tollifson was one of the Ohio Art EducaXon AssociaXon’s

most long-standing, beloved, and influenXal members. The Jerry

Tollifson Art CriXcism Open is one way his legacy conXnues to

encourage and shape art students and teachers today.

Jerry conceived this wriXng compeXXon as an annual

opportunity to recognize students for their ability to arXculate

and compose criXcal responses to artworks. He promoted the

idea that exercising criXcal thinking and careful observaXon

while discovering an artwork’s deeper meanings empowered

students to also build self-discipline and confidence.

This compeXXon is open to students of all Ohio Art EducaXon

AssociaXon members in grades one through twelve.

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Jerry Tollifson Art Cri@cism Open (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon)

State

Exhibi@ons

State

Exhibi@ons

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YAM Flag and Graphic Design Event (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon)

The 2016 ‘Youth Art Month’ theme is “The Power of Art”, and

students were asked to create a piece of art that illustrates this

theme for the YAM Flag and Graphic Design contest. Students

were welcome to be as creaXve with the idea as possible. The

‘Graphic Design’ category is an Ohio-only contest that was

added several years ago to include work that is too intricate or

colorful for successful flag reproducXon.

This two-category event is sponsored by the OAEA and open to

students of all current members in grades K-12. Winners of both

compeXXons receive special recogniXon and state and naXonal

exposure.

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YAM Flag and Graphic Design Event (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon)

State

Exhibi@ons

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YAM Flag and Graphic Design Event (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon)

YAM Flag (left) and Graphic

Design (below) winners were

proudly displayed at NAEA 2016

National Convention in Chicago.!

State

Exhibi@ons

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Young People’s Art Exhibi@on at the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus, Ohio

Special thanks to the Rhodes State Office Tower for the use of their

spacious building for our YPAE Exhibition and awards ceremony!!

State

Exhibi@ons

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Young People’s Art Exhibi@on at the Rhodes State Office Tower in Columbus, Ohio

State

Exhibi@ons

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Ohio House of Representa@ves Student Art Exhibi@on

“The Ohio House of Representa@ves Student Art

Exhibi@on is taking place all year long at the Vern

Riffe Center for Government & the Arts in the lower

level of the Statehouse connector through December

30. The exhibi@on showcases high school students’

ar@s@c talent and innova@ve visions through artwork

from all 99 House districts. The exhibi@on is free and

open to the public.

The pieces on display project how the

youth interpret society, themselves, and

their reac@ons to their surroundings.”

-excerpt taken from Ohio Arts Council’s

ArtsOhio Blog, March 16, 2016

Learn more by visiting the following website:!

h`p://www.oac.ohio.gov/News-Events/ArtsOhio-Blog/PostId/125/theohio-house-of-representa@ves-student-art-exhibi@on

State Advocacy/

Exhibi@ons

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Central Region YAM Art Show at the Rhodes State Office Tower

Regional

Observances

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North Central Region YAM Show at Defiance College

Regional

Observances

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North Central Region State House Student Art Exhibi@on

Regional

Observances

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Big Walnut School District Board of Educa@on Recogni@on

District

Observances

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Centerville City Schools (Western Region) – “KidsView” Art Show

District

Observances

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North Central Schools celebrated YAM with ‘art-sponsored’ days:

hat day, warm/cool dress day, and monochroma@c dress day.

School

Observances

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North Central Schools also celebrated YAM by pain@ng ceiling @les to display in the school.

School

Observances

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YAM Show at Trinity Catholic School

School

Observances

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Decora@ng Kroger Grocery Store Bags – Big Walnut Elementary and Harrison Street Elementary Schools

THE POWER OF ART

Big Walnut Elementary and Harrison Street Elementary students

created bags with a message and illustration that focuses on why

Art is important to them. We participated in this project to celebrate

Youth Art Month in our community. These bags will be given out to

customers in the community when they shop at Kroger.

What is Youth Art Month?

The Council for Art Education (CFAE) administers Youth Art Month

at the national level. Festivities take place annually, traditionally

each March, to celebrate visual arts for grades K – 12. The Youth

Art Month Program emphasizes the value of art education for all

children, encourages support for quality school art programs, and

promotes art material safety. Youth Art Month also provides a

forum for recognizing skills developed through visual arts

experiences that are not possible in other curriculum subjects.

Community

Support

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North Ridgeville City School’s Book Illustra@ons

“Attached is a photo I took of North Ridgeville City School's art teachers evaluating

book illustrations for the Young Authors program, which is sponsored by the Educational

Service Center of Lorain County Gifted Program. This was part of the county Gifted ID

Day on March 23, 2016. North Ridgeville art teachers and students have participated in this

process for more than 10 years. This is one way we celebrate Youth Arts Month!”!

-Georgann Blair, Art Teacher!

Community

Support

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General State Data – Division by County and Popula@on Density Map

Par@cipa@on

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2016 State-Level Youth Art Month Par@cipa@on by OAEA Region

Region

Entries

In

State YPAE

Show

Entries

In

State YAM

Show

Northwest 13 16

Northeast 17 18

North Central 13 11

East Central 8 8

West 15 15

Central 19 19

East 6 6

Southwest 18 18

Par@cipa@on

Southeast 8 8

Totals 117 119

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OAEA YAM Exhibi@on Par@cipa@on Comparison by Year

Region

# Entries

2013

# Entries

2014

# Entries

2015

# Entries

2016

Northwest 15 n/a 16 16

Northeast 18 n/a 16 18

North Central 10 n/a 11 11

East Central 3 n/a 7 8

West 19 n/a 15 15

Central 28 n/a 26 19

East 6 n/a 6 6

Southwest 19 n/a 23 18

Southeast 10 n/a 6 8

Totals 128 n/a 126 119

Par@cipa@on

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2016 State-Level Youth Art Month Winning Entries by OAEA Region

Region

Entries

In

YAM

Flag

Design

Compe7

7on

Entries

In

YAM

Graphic

Design

Compe77

on

Entries

In

YAM Jerry

Tollifoson

Art

Cri7cism

Open

Northwest 1 2 4

Northeast 3 2 5

North Central 1

East Central 1 2

West 2 1 7

Central 5 3

East

Southwest 1 1 1

Southeast

Par@cipa@on

Totals 13 10 19

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Jerry Tollifson Art Cri@cism Open (part of the OAEA YAM ExhibiXon) -

Par@cipa@on Comparison By Year

Par@cipa@on

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OAEA Young People’s Art Exhibi@on (YPAE) Recep@on A`endance by Region

Grand Total For all regions

Teachers = 45/118 = 38%

aXendance

Students = 76/120 = 63%

aXendance

East: Recep@on 1

Teachers = 0/6 = 0%

Students = 3 / 8 =38%

East Central: Recep@on 1

Teachers = 5/ 8 = 63%

Students = 6/8 = 75%

Southeast: Recep@on 1

Teachers = 3 /8 = 38%

Students = 6/ 8 = 75%

Southwest: Recep@on 1

Teachers = 3/18 = 17%

Students = 11/18 = 61%

Northeast: Recep@on 2

Teachers = 7/17 = 41%

Students = 10/17 = 59%

Northwest: Recep@on 2

Teachers = 3/13 = 23%

Students = 7/13 = 54%

North Central: Recep@on 2

Teachers = 7/13 = 54%

Students = 8/13 = 62%

Central: Recep@on 3

Teachers = 11/19 = 58%

Students = 15/19 = 79%

Western: Recep@on 3

Teachers = 6/16 = 38%

Students = 10/16 = 63%

Par@cipa@on

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OAEA YAM and YPAE Exhibi@ons Expense Sheet 2015

Funding

DATE AMOUNT OFFICE SUPPLIES OTHER SUPPLIES MILEAGE RENTAL REFRESHMENTS AWARDS POSTAGE PRINTING SECURITY verify budget

$5,000.00

1/24/15 $63.38 $63.38 $63.38 $4,936.62

2/23/15 $750.71 $73.97 $197.60 $351.74 $127.40 $750.71 4185.91

3/11/15 $116.24 $116.24 $116.24 4069.67

3/14/15 $343.03 $188.07 $154.96 $343.03 3726.64

3/14/15 $119.60 $2.00 $117.60 $119.60 3607.04

3/21/15 $398.54 $398.54 $398.54 3208.5

3/21/15 $298.70 $298.70 $298.70 2909.8

3/21/15 $102.72 $102.72 $102.72 2807.08

3/21/15 $620.80 $35.37 $19.24 566.19 $620.80 2186.28

3/21/15 $47.36 $47.36 $47.36 2138.92

3/22/15 $94.72 $94.72 $94.72 2044.2

4/22/15 $296.10 $296.10 $296.10 1748.1

4/22/15 $246.18 $246.18 $246.18 1501.92

7/10/15 $41.35 $41.35 $41.35 1460.57

8/20/15 $75.00 $75.00 $75.00 1385.57

9/12/15 $112.29 $112.29 $112.29 1273.28

10/22/15 $640.00 $640.00 $640.00 633.28

11/4/15 $19.37 $19.37 $19.37 613.91

11/7/15 $140.79 $140.79 $140.79 473.12

11/30/15 $223.39 $78.08 $145.31 $223.39 249.73

12/19/15 $86.30 $86.30 $86.30 163.43

$-

TOTAL $4,836.57 $1,513.65 $199.60 $322.88 $818.23 $154.96 $659.37 $305.59 $566.19 $296.10 $4,836.57 163.43

2015 Budget - $5,000.00

2015 Total Expenses - $4,836.57

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OAEA YAM and YPAE Exhibi@ons Expense Sheet 2016

Funding

Final spreadsheet is not available at this time and will be

included here when finished. !

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OAEA Youth Art Month Expenditures Comparison by Year

Funding

What we have so far…*!

YAM

Exhibi@on

Cost

YPAE

Exhibi@on

Cost

Total

Youth Art

Month

Cost

2013 2014 2015 2016

$2,273.49 n/a n/a tba

$1, 756.66 n/a n/a tba

$4,030.15 n/a $4836.57 tba

*Final 2016 numbers are not available at this Xme and will be included here when

finished.

*OAEA Treasurer Beverly Finkel explains that we were able to cut expenses this year by

combining the two Youth Art Month ExhibiXon recepXons into a one-day event.

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State Program Sponsors

Funding

Thanks to Sargent Art, there will be

one overall student winner who

will receive an all-expenses-paid

trip to New York City and its many

wonderful art museums. OAEA

thanks Sargent Art for their

generous sponsorship of this 2016

statewide student exhibiXon

award prize.

A guest judge, Merrio Smith

from Dick Blick, selects one

work from the exhibiXon as

“Best in Show.” The awardwinning

student will enter

running for the 2016 OAEA

Student ExhibiXon Award.

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Funding/Awareness

Other Contributors

This year, each YAM student art entry was uploaded to

Artsonia, a naXonal online student art gallery. Students

were given an access code that allowed them to login to

Artsonia to view their art and buy products with their art on

it. A part of the proceeds from Artsonia were given back to

OAEA. These funds helped with expenses associated with

YAM events.

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Advocacy and Awareness Through School Websites

Mentor Public Schools at

h`p://www.mentorschools.net/MarchisYouthArtMonth.aspx

School

Websites

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Advocacy and Adver@sing Through School Websites

Our Lady of the Visita@on Catholic School at

h`p://www.olvisita@onart.com/category/youth-art-month

School

Websites

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Awareness and Celebra@on Through School Websites

McDowell Middle School at

h`p://mcdowellschool.net/index.php?start=8

School

Websites

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Awareness and Celebra@on Through District Websites

Brooklyn City School District at

h`p://www.brooklyn.k12.oh.us/districtNewsAr@cle.aspx?artID=50787 -

sthash.LpOn1Dfe.ipCp8PHR.dpbs

District

Websites

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Awareness and Celebra@on Through District Websites

Mariemont City Schools at

h`p://www.mariemontschools.org/news/Student-Artwork-Selected-for-Statewide-

Art-Exhibits.cfm

District

Websites

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Advocacy and Awareness Through School Newsle`ers

Central Trail Elementary School at

h`p://sylvaniaschools.org/images/uploads/pdfs/CTMar14.pdf

School

Newsle`ers

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Adver@sing and Celebra@on Through News Websites

Peak of Ohio News Website at

h`p://peakofohio.com/news/details.cfm?clien@d=5&id=208350#.V5kRF5OANBd

News Websites

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Adver@sing and Promo@on Through Facebook

Like us on Facebook! Find our Ohio Youth Art Month

Facebook page by searching Ohio YAM or visit our homepage at

h`ps://www.facebook.com/OhioYam

Social Media

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Adver@sing and Promo@on Through Twi`er

We also tweeted about ‘Youth Art Month’ on our OAEA

Twi`er account. See our posts at

h`ps://twi`er.com/hashtag/ohioarted

Social Media

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Adver@sing and Promo@on Through Pinterest

Check out great YAM ideas on our Pinterest page at

h`ps://www.pinterest.com/ohioyam/

Social Media

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Promo@on Through Art Websites

• Each student artwork displayed at the OAEA ‘Youth Art Month’ Exhibits

was ma`ed, photographed, and uploaded into Artsonia Kids Art Museum

website.

• Visit Artsonia at h`p://www.artsonia.com

• Or go directly to our students’ artwork at

h`p://www.artsonia.com/schools/school.asp?id=142137

Art Websites

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Advocacy, Promo@on and Support Through State Public Broadcas@ng

Ohio Representa@ve Cliff Rosenberger supports the Ohio House of

Representa@ves Student Art Exhibit.

View the broadcast by visi@ng

h`p://www.ohiochannel.org/video/ohio-house-of-representa@ves-studentart-exhibi@on-psa;jsessionid=ab09084242b034fc325b947a475a

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State Advocacy

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Special Promo@onal Materials

Above Led: OAEA

YAM ExhibiXon Banner

at the STRS Building in

Columbus.

Above Right: OAEA

YPAE ExhibiXon

Banner at the Rhodes

Tower Office Building

in Columbus.

Right: Programs given

to guests at the OAEA

YAM and YPAE

ExhibiXon recepXons.

Special

Materials

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What an amazing year we’ve had, and I hope

you’ve enjoyed joining us on our ‘Youth Art Month’

journey! It is certainly a joy to see how much we have

accomplished at OAEA by working together. From our

State Representatives down to the littlest Kindergarten

student, we have all come together in support of Art

Education during ‘Youth Art Month’ !

We have also learned that there are areas we

need to work on, and 2017 will bring opportunities for

growth and improvement. One goal will be to formalize

our ‘Proclamations and Endorsements’ process so that

we can include strong evidence of support from our

Governor and state legislators in next year’s scrapbook !

Overall, it has been an exciting year of growth…!

and we are looking forward to making next year even

better !

Many thanks for your support,!

Robin Klass!

OAEA YAM Coordinator/Archivist!

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Reflec@on…

2016 Scrapbook

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