Wednesday, June 25, 2008


Located in Omaha’s historic Old Market, Omaha Clay Works is seeking a qualified clay artist for an Artist in Residence position. A 7x10 ft. studio space with 24 hour access is provided along with clay and glazes in exchange for 12 to 14 hours of assisting with loading and firing the kilns, mixing clay, and general studio maintenance. This is an excellent opportunity for any serious clay artist! Contact Thomas Harnack or Rob Johnson at Omaha Clay Works, 1114 Jones St., Studio C (alleyway entrance), Omaha, NE 68102, 402-346-0560 or visit our website at

Monday, June 16, 2008

Join a NAEA ListServ...

NAEA would like to continue to build and grow communications amongst its members. To better serve its membership, NAEA encourages you to join your division ListServ. Follow the directions below to join:

1. go to:
2. scroll down to your division and click on the "Join ListServ here" link
3. you will complete a pop-up email to finish your subscription

You can also join the Western Region ListServ.

Please consider joining to better connect with art educators in your level from across the world!

Bob, LPS, NAEA Elementary Division Director-elect

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Nebraska Artist / Art Educator - where can we find your goods?

Many Nebraska Art Educators advocate themselves as artists and
teachers. Do you have your own web site for school or to sell your own
work? Do you know where a fellow art educator sells their work?
Please post any connections you know of here. I hope to create a
shopping community of Nebraska colleagues so we can shop in Nebraska
for art and ideas from fellow colleagues.
Lynette Fast, Lincoln Public Schools

Nancy Childs

Lynette Fast

Bob Reeker

Arlen Meyer