Art Education Organizations in Europe

Suomen InSEA Education Through Art Association in Finland   

 Pedaali (The Finnish Association for Museum Education Pedaali)

BÖKWE  , Austria

BDK e. V. Fachverband für Kunstpädagogik, Germany

PKInSEA - POLSKI KOMITET MIĘDZYNARODOWEGO STOWARZYSZENIA WYCHOWANIA PRZEZ SZTUKĘ

INSEA/Polish Committee of International Society for Education through Art~Poland

EstSEA-Estonian Society for Education through Art,, Estonia

 Arkki, School of Architecture for Children and Youth, Finland

NSEAD- The National Society for Education in Art and Design, UK

Croatian Council of InSEA

LAT-InSEA; Association of  Art Educators’ of Latvia, Latvia

Cyprus Society for Education through Art

 Hungarian Art Teachers Association

 Czech section INSEA

APECV: Visual Arts Teachers Association Portugal 

Society of Icelandic Art Teachers

Pol-InSEA,Children'ts Art Centre in Poznan

Görsel Sanatlar Eğitimi Derneği (Turkish Visual Arts Education Association) Turkey

EU

The 16th International Exhibition YHDESSÄ - TOGETHER

English

YHDESSÄ - TOGETHER
THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

4.10.2017 – 19.1.2018

Villa Arttu, Hyvinkään Villatehdas, Kankurinkatu 4-6, O-rappu, 05800 Hyvinkää. Finland

An exhibition of almost 200 awarded works was built in Villa Arttu, the Art Centre for Children and Young People. Paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, videos and other digital works from 46 countries are shown there. The awarded works are shown not only on the walls of the Villa Arttu Gallery, but also digitally on screens and on the Internet. 

From Hungary Exhibition of winning projects of a Hungarian national art and design education competition, in honour of the 2016 European Regional Conference of InSEA

English

The Hungarian Art Educators’ Association (HATA), in co-operation with the Visual Culture in Education Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Science at ELTE University, organised a national competition of visual arts projects in 2016, to honour the European Regional Conference of InSEA in Vienna. Child and youth art from all over Hungary were exhibited between 22-24 September at AMAPED, the Austrian Association of Hungarian Teachers.

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