Jeremy Holien Begins Role on National Art Education Association Board of Directors
March 15, 2021
Jeremy Holien, Education Specialist in Visual and Media Arts, recently began his role as Director of Supervision and Administration of the National Art Education Association (NAEA) Board of Directors. The transition from Division Director-Elect to Director took place at the NAEA National Conference, held virtually, in early March. His term will end in 2023.
Jeremy’s team will be responsible for supporting the needs of those who serve in administration and curriculum and professional development. One of the primary tasks will be to create and coordinate a two-day conference scheduled for New York City in 2022. Additionally, Jeremy will write articles for the association, provide professional learning opportunities, and create a variety of learning tools and guidance to distribute nationally. He sees this as a great way to highlight, at the national level, the work happening in Minnesota.
Founded in 1947, the NAEA is the leading professional membership organization exclusively for visual art + design and media arts educators. Members include elementary, middle, and high school visual arts educators; college and university professors; university students preparing to become art educators; researchers and scholars; teaching artists; administrators and supervisors; and art museum educators—as well as more than 54,000 students who are members of the National Art Honor Society.
Jeremy Holien serves as the Perpich visual and media arts education outreach education specialist. He works in professional and curriculum development, state standards implementation and assessment practices. He is responsible for statewide initiatives in visual and media arts education. Holien has specific expertise in technology integration, visual and media arts education curriculum design, distance learning, standards-based education and assessment and arts integration.