Associate Professor of Art Education Carolina Blatt is among the eight award recipients from across the state who were recently recognized by the Art Educators of New Jersey for their passion, dedication, and contribution to the field of Art Education.
Award nominations were accepted for active members of the association in categories ranging from service to excellence in each teaching division. Awards recipients will be honored during AENJ’s fall professional development event.
Blatt received the Higher Education Division Award.
“It’s an honor for my work to be celebrated by AENJ. I look forward to continuing to prepare New Jersey’s future art teachers to be dynamic and well-equipped leaders in the field of Art Education,” she said.
The Art Educators of New Jersey is a non-profit association created in 1939 by art educators interested in advocating for visual arts education in our state. The purpose is to promote and maintain the highest degree of quality Visual Arts instruction in New Jersey’s schools. The membership includes public and private school art teachers on every level, art supervisors, pre-service and in-service students, museum educators, and those actively involved in national and international leadership in Art Education. Members come from every NJ county, rural, suburban, and urban areas, and teach at every grade level. The goal is to provide Art Education Leadership, Professional Development and Advocacy to members across the state.
To learn more about these awards, please visit https://aenj.org/awards/
— Meaghan Resta