Congratulations to Nova Blanche Forman Elementary School art teacher Pamela Brown. She is celebrating being named the 2018 Elementary Art Educator of the Year by the Florida Art Education Association (FAEA).
The FAEA award recognizes individuals who have achieved the highest level of professionalism in art education. Brown, who teaches art to Nova Blanche Forman Elementary students in kindergarten through fifth grade, is being honored by FAEA tomorrow, Saturday, October 20, during its annual conference in St. Petersburg, Florida.
“As an organization, we are proud of our award recipients for their service to the profession and the students they teach,” said FAEA President Lark Keeler. “Each award winner is an exemplary model of education in the arts and demonstrates extraordinary passion for the important work that they do.”
To learn more about the FAEA awards program, visit FAEA.org/programs/awards/. For more information on FAEA, visit FAEA.org. FAEA is a membership association dedicated to providing visual art educators in Florida with knowledge, skills and support to provide high-quality art instruction to students across the state.
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