N A TI O N AL A R T S C H O L A R S H I P N A pages 9-39 pages 8, 58 page 1 page 40 page 57 AR T H O N O R C H A R A C T E R S E R V I C E A publication of the National Art Education Association 1806 Robert Fulton Drive, Suite 300, Reston, VA 20191-1590 • w w w.ar teduc ators.org • 703-860-8000 s NEWS SO CIE TIES Volume 4 44, No. 2 2 Volume 1 , No. 2 2011-201 Winter Winter 2014-2015 Inside STUDENT ARTWORK NAHS/NJAHS Supplies Creativity, Collaboration, and Fun! 2014 NAHS Creative Industries Studio Launches in Washington, DC NAHS CREATIVE INDUSTRIES STUDIO NAHS CHAPTER REPORTS NJAHS NJAHS CHAPTER REPORTS Dates to Remember! JANUARY 31 Is your chapter registered this school year? MARCH 1 Spring NAHS News chapter reports due. SPRING Hold your induction or recognition ceremony. OCTOBER 1 Nominations for NAHS and NJAHS Sponsor Award due. Nominations for Rising Star Secondary Recognition Award due. NOVEMBER 1 Winter NAHS News chapter reports due. DECEMBER 15 Charles M. Robertson Memorial Scholarship Applications due. Please allow 4 weeks for processing and shipment of all NAHS/NJAHS orders. “ T I loved the Creative Industries Studio event! I enjoyed listening to the speakers and creating art with their advice… I am proud that I attended the inaugural and hopefully, many more to come.” —Christine Parola, Grade 12 Wantagh High School, Wantagh, NY he National Art Honor Society (NAHS) Creative Industries Studio (CIS) got off to a great start! Th e inauguration of this program took place November 6–8 in Washington, DC. NAHS students and art educators from 11 states—including Texas, Florida, Illinois, and Kansas—assembled for 2½ days of exploration of fi ne art and careers in creative industries. Sessions and events took Continued on page 4 DISCOVERY IN DC! Top: Photo booth fun at the CIS Collaboration Kickoff party sponsored by Liquitex! Above: Students were pumped after a day of hands-on learning at National Gallery of Art!