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8JOUFS 201  2017 NAHA/NJAHS Juried Exhibition INSIDE ANNUAL NAHS EXHIBITION NAHS NEWS GUIDELINES SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS NAHS STUDENT ARTWORK NJAHS STUDENT ARTWORK page 1 page 4 page 4–5 page 10 page 61 THIS SUMMER, the National Art Education Association (NAEA) exhibited artwork from across the country created by NAHS and NJAHS members. The artwork was on display at the NAEA Studio & Gallery from June through September. For the first time, the art submitted by students was evaluated by a jury, which was made up of repre-sentatives from seven member schools of the Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design (AICAD): School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Kansas City Art Institute, Memphis College of Art, College for Creative Studies, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and New Hampshire Institute of Art. Juror selections were based on scores in five categories: Visual Communication, Execution, Formal Elements, Originality, and Artist Statement. Of the 767 submissions from 154 schools across the United States, 60 works (10 NJAHS, 50 NAHS) from 44 schools were selected. Congratulations to all participating student artists! NAHS NAHS CHAPTER REPORTS page 64 See page 3 for more coverage. You can view all submitted artworks in the NAEA VIRTUAL GALLERY. https://www.arteducators.org/community/articles/320-2017-nahs-njahs-juried-exhibition NJAHS NJAHS CHAPTER REPORTS pages 86 Details regarding the 2018 NAHS/NJAHS Juried Exhibition will be available this spring. NAHS SPONSORS See page 2 for important info regarding 2017–2018 dues.